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HONGKONG-SECURITY/EMIGRATION
RTX8HIMB
December 21, 2020
Ada cooks dinner next to her daughter Asa Lai, who is emigrating to Scotland with her husband and children,...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: Leaving Hong Kong: A family makes a wrenching decision
Ada cooks dinner next to her daughter Asa Lai, who is emigrating to Scotland with her husband and children, at her home in Hong Kong, China, September 27, 2020. "I'll miss my daughter. I don't want to see them go. I feel helpless," said Ada. "I don't like to think about it. When I do, I cry." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "HONG KONG IMMIGRATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS3GD5X
June 28, 2020
Partial incomplete display dummies wrapped in barrier tape to symbolise the restrictions, fear, social...
Frankfurt, Germany
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Frankfurt
Partial incomplete display dummies wrapped in barrier tape to symbolise the restrictions, fear, social distance, harm and helplessness caused by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are part of the art installation "It is like it is" by German art student Dennis Josef Meseg seen in front of the European Central Bank (ECB) head quarters in Frankfurt, Germany, June 28, 2020. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-MEDICS
RTX7D3F7
April 15, 2020
Ernest Capadngan, 29, a registered nurse who works at a biocontainment unit with COVID-19 patients, poses...
UNITED STATES
Wider Image: A day fighting the coronavirus: US hospital staff share hardest moments on shift
Ernest Capadngan, 29, a registered nurse who works at a biocontainment unit with COVID-19 patients, poses for a photograph after a 12-hour shift, outside the hospital where he works, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Maryland, U.S., April 3, 2020. "The hardest moment during the shift was just seeing Covid patients die helpless and without their family members beside them," Capadngan said. REUTERS/Rosem Morton SEARCH "MARYLAND COVID-19 HEALTH WORKERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POPE-ABUSE/SPAIN
RTX6NDEB
February 19, 2019
The headlights of a passing car in Madrid, Spain, February 14, 2019, illuminate the entrance to the gym...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Placards outside monastery expose abuse in Spanish Church
The headlights of a passing car in Madrid, Spain, February 14, 2019, illuminate the entrance to the gym of the school where Fernando Garcia-Salmones, 58, says he was raped by a priest almost 44 years ago. "The first reaction from the Church about the abuses has been to say that no homosexual will be allowed in seminaries. This is not about homosexuality, this is about power," Garcia-Salmones said. On a rainy afternoon in 1975 Garcia-Salmones was by himself at his school's playground when he was called into the room of his abuser to get dry. "He realised I was vulnerable and helpless, a lonely little mouse, " he said. When Garcia-Salmones decided to take the case to the courts in 1995, it had already run its statute of limitations. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "ABUSE SPAIN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
POPE-ABUSE/SPAIN
RTX6NDE7
February 19, 2019
Fernando Garcia-Salmones, 58, poses at his home in Madrid, Spain, February 14, 2019. Garcia-Salmones...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Placards outside monastery expose abuse in Spanish Church
Fernando Garcia-Salmones, 58, poses at his home in Madrid, Spain, February 14, 2019. Garcia-Salmones says he was raped by a priest from his school when he was 14. "The first reaction from the Church about the abuses has been to say that no homosexual will be allowed in seminaries. This is not about homosexuality, this is about power," Garcia-Salmones said. On a rainy afternoon in 1975 Garcia-Salmones was by himself at his school's playground when he was called into the room of his abuser to get dry. "He realised I was vulnerable and helpless, a lonely little mouse, " he said. When Garcia-Salmones decided to take the case to the courts in 1995, it had already run its statute of limitations. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "ABUSE SPAIN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB2X
December 11, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety. I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable. When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story. I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
GLOBAL-POY/ISLAMIC-STATE
RTX3L9ZL
December 04, 2017
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while...
Mosul, Iraq
Pictures of the Year: The battle against Islamic State
Displaced Iraqi women who just fled their home, rest in the desert as they wait to be transported while Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants in western Mosul, Iraq, February 27, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "I took this picture in a desert on the outskirts of Western Mosul of 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah after she fled the battle for Mosul. Her fearful eyes red with fatigue, Khatla was so exhausted she could not stand or even sit properly. She looked to me like she had not eaten or drank water for a long time. The moment was so emotional that I had tears in my eyes when I photographed Khatla. I felt bad because I could not do anything for her apart from taking pictures to show the world the agony and torment of people trying to flee Mosul to safety. I was sad too, imagining this woman as my own grandmother and feeling helpless to make her comfortable. When you face such a moment, you always think that it could happen to anyone of us. But despite all, Khatla looked beautiful to me, almost as if every wrinkle on her face told a story. I was fortunate to find her a few days later in a refugee camp after showing people my photograph of her. She has survived decades of turbulence in northern Iraq. She told me "the fighting there is the worst I have ever seen". She had been carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of Islamic State's shrinking stronghold in western Mosul. Khatla made me smile when she expressed her remorse about her 20 chickens she had to leave behind. She had looked after them even while hiding from crossfire in her house's basement. Despite all the terror she experienced under IS rule, it had not destroyed her humanity - she said, 'Even animals deserve life.'" REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo SEARCH "POY IS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-PUERTORICO/HELICOPTER
RTS1GC84
October 13, 2017
Sixteen days after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, Maria de Lourdes Sandoval heard helicopters over...
VERDE DE COMERIO, Puerto Rico
The Wider Image: Bringing aid to Puerto Rico
Sixteen days after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, Maria de Lourdes Sandoval heard helicopters over her village of Bajura. She ran to signal them, forcefully waving her arms and crying for help as they touched down on a nearby soccer field. "I'm helpless. I don't have a home, don't have anywhere to live. I don't have furniture, no bed, no clothes," Sandoval said. Hundreds of villages, isolated by power outages, impassable roads and downed telephone lines, are being helped by helicopter teams from the U.S. Army's First Armored Division's Combat Aviation Brigade and the 101st Airborne Division's "Dustoff" unit. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson SEARCH "JACKSON TIRADO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: USA-PUERTORICO/HELICOPTER
SOCCER-GERMANY-CUP-FINAL/
RTX37XBN
May 27, 2017
Football Soccer - Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund - DFB-Pokal Final - Olympic Stadium, Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
Eintracht Frankfurt's Lukas Hradecky is helpless as Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores...
Football Soccer - Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund - DFB-Pokal Final - Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany - 27/5/17 Eintracht Frankfurt's Lukas Hradecky is helpless as Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scores their second goal from the penalty spot Reuters / Michael Dalder Livepic DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050 DFB RULES PROHIBIT USE IN MMS SERVICES VIA HANDHELD DEVICES UNTIL TWO HOURS AFTER A MATCH AND ANY USAGE ON INTERNET OR ONLINE MEDIA SIMULATING VIDEO FOOTAGE DURING THE MATCH.
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWY
February 25, 2016
Leopards sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting,...
TAIZ, Yemen
Leopards sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
Leopards sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWW
February 25, 2016
Lions sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting,...
TAIZ, Yemen
Lions sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
Lions sit inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWR
February 25, 2016
A leopard looks from behind the bars of a cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February...
TAIZ, Yemen
A leopard looks from behind the bars of a cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
A leopard looks from behind the bars of a cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 22, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWQ
February 25, 2016
Workers feed lions inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016....
TAIZ, Yemen
Workers feed lions inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
Workers feed lions inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWL
February 25, 2016
A worker holds lion cubs outside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23,...
TAIZ, Yemen
A worker holds lion cubs outside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
A worker holds lion cubs outside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWK
February 25, 2016
A worker checks on leopards inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February...
TAIZ, Yemen
A worker checks on leopards inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
A worker checks on leopards inside their cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 23, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
YEMEN-SECURITY/WILDLIFE
RTX28HWI
February 25, 2016
A lion sits inside its cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 22, 2016. Fighting,...
TAIZ, Yemen
A lion sits inside its cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz
A lion sits inside its cage at a zoo in Yemen's southwestern city of Taiz February 22, 2016. Fighting, bombing and a blockade by militiamen of food and water that have killed hundreds of people in the southwestern Yemeni city of Taiz have not spared the animals of the local zoo. The feathered and furry denizens of the city zoo are slowly dying from starvation and untreated wounds before the eyes of helpless keepers, in another sign of suffering the impoverished country has endured in nearly a year of war. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub
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EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OVZ
September 18, 2015
A migrant reacts after crossing the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September...
SENKOVEC, Croatia
A migrant reacts after crossing the river Sutla near Senkovec
A migrant reacts after crossing the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OVN
September 18, 2015
A migrant holds a child as he looks out of a train window at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
A migrant holds a child as he looks out of a train window at the Tovarnik railway station
A migrant holds a child as he looks out of a train window at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OL7
September 18, 2015
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OL5
September 18, 2015
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants hold banners as they protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OJA
September 18, 2015
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
SENKOVEC, Croatia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OIR
September 18, 2015
A migrant holds a banner as others show peace signs from a window of a train at the Tovarnik railway...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
A migrant holds a banner as others show peace signs from a window of a train at the Tovarnik railway...
A migrant holds a banner as others show peace signs from a window of a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OHR
September 18, 2015
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
SENKOVEC, Croatia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OHE
September 18, 2015
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
SENKOVEC, Croatia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia
Migrants cross the river Sutla near Senkovec, Croatia on their way to Slovenia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OGU
September 18, 2015
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OGP
September 18, 2015
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Croatian policemen line up as migrants look on from a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OG9
September 18, 2015
Migrants prepare to board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants prepare to board a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants prepare to board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OFL
September 18, 2015
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OFD
September 18, 2015
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OFC
September 18, 2015
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station
Migrants board a train at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OFA
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OF9
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at theTovarnik railway station
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OD4
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OD3
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OD1
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OD0
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CROATIA
RTS1OCR
September 18, 2015
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia
Migrants protest at the Tovarnik railway station, Croatia September 18, 2015. Migrants continued to stream through fields from Serbia into the European Union on Friday, undeterred by Croatia's closure of almost all road crossings after an influx of more than 11,000. Helpless to stem the flow, Croatian police rounded them up at the Tovarnik on the Croatian side of the border, where several thousand had spent the night under open skies. Some kept travelling, and reached Slovenia overnight. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
YEMEN-SECURITY/PAKISTAN
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March 27, 2015
Pakistani Shi'ite Muslims chant slogans to condemn Saudi Arabia over its intervention in Yemen, during...
Karachi, Pakistan
People chant slogans to condemn Saudi Arabia over its intervention in Yemen during a demonstration in...
Pakistani Shi'ite Muslims chant slogans to condemn Saudi Arabia over its intervention in Yemen, during a demonstration organized by the religious group, Majlis-e-Wahdat-e Muslimeen (MWM), in Karachi March 27, 2015. Pakistan has made no decision on whether to give military support to a Saudi-led coalition intervening in Yemen, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said on Friday, while pledging to defend Saudi Arabia against any threat to its solidarity. Banner reads in Urdu, "condemn the Saudi aggression over the helpless peoples of Yemen - Nawaz Sharif should avoid pushing Pakistan's Army to Middle East fire for his personal interests". REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A Picture And Its Story
A Picture And Its Story
Lynched By The Crowd - 17 Mar 2015
5 PICTURES
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/WIDERIMAGE
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February 25, 2015
Rohimar, a 30-year-old Rohingya, reacts as she talks to her brother Abdul Rahman, 25, who left Myanmar...
Sittwe, Myanmar
Rohimar, a 30-year-old Rohingya, reacts as she talks to her brother from an internet hut in Thae Chaung...
Rohimar, a 30-year-old Rohingya, reacts as she talks to her brother Abdul Rahman, 25, who left Myanmar eight months ago and is currently in Malaysia, from an internet hut in Thae Chaung village, home to thousands of displaced Rohingya Muslims near Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in western Myanmar January 31, 2015. Rohimar is upset. She says she sold everything to fund her brother's journey overseas, but he hasn't sent her any money. "I feel alone and abandoned," she say. "He only gives money to his wife who is still living here. We are left totally helpless even though I always pray for him." Operators of the huts charge customers 10 cents a minute to talk to relatives who have left Rakhine State by boat to seek work overseas. In a camp for displaced Rohingya Muslims, residents frequent bamboo "internet huts" where they can communicate with relatives who left the country, escaping the violence that led to 200 deaths and left over 140,000 homeless in 2012. Some arrive safely, while others are held hostage for ransom by human traffickers at jungle camps in Thailand or Malaysia. REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)

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February 13, 2015
Romanian parents carry a small casket and cross as they arrive at a Bucharest hospital to collect the...
Bucharest, Romania
File photo of Romanian parents carrying a small casket and cross as they arrive at a Bucharest hospital...
Romanian parents carry a small casket and cross as they arrive at a Bucharest hospital to collect the body of their dead baby who died of AIDS in this February 6, 1990 file photo.

Radu Sigheti: I found out that there is a ward at a hospital in Bucharest where children with HIV positive were hospitalised. I thought this is a story worth pursuing, at the time I had no idea what AIDS meant and I wanted to find out, thinking it would make a good story.

I went there and took pictures of the children, aged between one to five years old but many looking like they were over 100; frail and helpless in their beds. One had died a day before.

The smell of chloride was punching. At the time they used to spread it around that ward thinking it would keep it sterilised. That smell and the sight of those children, there were about 20-30 hospitalised, made me anxious and after a while I decided to leave as I could not stand it anymore.

As I left with a friend we found his car, parked outside the hospital, with a flat tyre. He started working to replace it then at one moment I heard steps behind me.

When I turned I saw this picture and I knew why they were there, for the child who died of AIDS a day before. I grabbed the camera and I took one shot. In the moment the couple heard my shooter noise they raised their eyes and looked straight at me. I took one more frame and I put the camera down.

The look in their eyes said everything about their sorrow. I could not take any more pictures; I just followed them with my eyes as they slowly entered the hospital yard.

REUTERS/Radu Sigheti/Files (ROMANIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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February 13, 2015
Oil fire fighters from Boots and Coots try to put out an oil well fire in Al-Ahmadi where retreating...
AL-AHMADI, Iraq
File photo of oil fire fighters from Boots and Coots managing to cut off a section of piping to help...
Oil fire fighters from Boots and Coots try to put out an oil well fire in Al-Ahmadi where retreating Saddam Hussein forces had set fire to the oil wells, in this March 30, 1991 file photo.

Russell Boyce: The workers were trying to contain the flames with a shield and tube when a blast of heat blew off the helmet of one of the workers.

The flames seem to dwarf the workers, who look almost helpless as they struggle against what looks like the very flames of hell.

To get access to the fires we had to drive through a lake of oil created from the wells. Once we got there, the heat was so intense that you we could not get close. A slight change of wind and we'd be covered in choking fumes.

It was 1991, the pre-digital age, and I was using Nikon F3P to transmit the picture. I had to return to my hotel room, process film, make a colour print, stick a paper-typed caption on the print and use a drum transmitter to send the picture. Initially we transmitted pictures on our satellite phone - which was as big as a large trunk suitcase that two people had to carry as it was so heavy.

We had a generator running in my room as there was no power in Kuwait City so my room always smelt of fumes from the generator, photographic chemicals and fumes from the oil fires.

There was no water, except for about an hour a day, so processing film was difficult: I would fill the bath with water when it was on so that I always had a way to process film.

Eventually, the telephone lines were reconnected so it might have been transmitted over them. The picture took 21 minutes to transmit, each separation, magenta, cyan and yellow, taking seven minutes. REUTERS/Russell Boyce/Files (IRAQ - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT)

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GERMANY-PROTESTS/
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November 22, 2014
A sticker is glued over the logo of European Central Bank (ECB) during Blockupy demonstration against...
Frankfurt, Germany
A sticker is glued over the logo of European Central Bank (ECB) during Blockupy demonstration against...
A sticker is glued over the logo of European Central Bank (ECB) during Blockupy demonstration against the opening of the new ECB headquarters in Frankfurt, November 22, 2014. The text on the box reads 'Helplessness'. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
NEPAL-HIKERS/
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October 17, 2014
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The body of a victim is moved from...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The body of a victim is moved from an ambulance to the morgue after it was brought back from Annapurna...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

The body of a victim is moved from an ambulance to the morgue after it was brought back from Annapurna Region in Kathmandu October 17, 2014. Trekkers battling a Himalayan blizzard were left helpless after porters fainted from the cold, a survivor of one of Nepal's worst mountain disasters said on Friday, as rescue teams resumed a hunt for 10 missing hikers and the death toll reached 29. The dead included trekkers from Canada, India, Israel and Poland, as well as Nepali guides and herders, drawn by the peak hiking season only to fall victim to unexpected avalanches and blizzards brought by a cyclone in India. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
NEPAL-HIKERS/
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October 17, 2014
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

The body of a victim is moved from...
Kathmandu, Nepal
The body of a victim is moved from an ambulance to the morgue after it was brought back from Annapurna...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

The body of a victim is moved from an ambulance to the morgue after it was brought back from Annapurna Region in Kathmandu October 17, 2014. Trekkers battling a Himalayan blizzard were left helpless after porters fainted from the cold, a survivor of one of Nepal's worst mountain disasters said on Friday, as rescue teams resumed a hunt for 10 missing hikers and the death toll reached 29. The dead included trekkers from Canada, India, Israel and Poland, as well as Nepali guides and herders, drawn by the peak hiking season only to fall victim to unexpected avalanches and blizzards brought by a cyclone in India. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
RTX18Z8L
February 17, 2014
Fog engulfs the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor February...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Fog engulfs the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor
Fog engulfs the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. Thick fog forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross competition. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SNOWBOARDING)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
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February 17, 2014
Fog engulfs the finish line of the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Fog engulfs the finish line of the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games...
Fog engulfs the finish line of the snowboard cross course during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday.
Thick fog forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross competition. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SNOWBOARDING)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
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February 17, 2014
Fog engulfs trees as seen through the window of a gondola going up the mountainside in Rosa Khutor during...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Fog engulfs trees as seen through the window of a gondola going up the mountainside in Rosa Khutor during...
Fog engulfs trees as seen through the window of a gondola going up the mountainside in Rosa Khutor during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Rosa Khutor February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SKIING)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
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February 17, 2014
A skier travels amid heavy fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Skier travels amid heavy fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter...
A skier travels amid heavy fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. The men's biathlon 15km mass start was called off for a second straight day due to thick fog, which also forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross competition. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT ENVIRONMENT SPORT BIATHLON)
OLYMPICS-SOCHI/
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February 17, 2014
A broom is seen leant against a barrier bearing the Olympic rings as thick fog surrounds the Laura Cross...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Broom is seen leant against a barrier bearing the Olympic rings as thick fog surrounds the Laura Cross...
A broom is seen leant against a barrier bearing the Olympic rings as thick fog surrounds the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. The men's biathlon 15km mass start was called off for a second straight day due to thick fog, which also forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross competition. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT ENVIRONMENT BIATHLON)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
RTX18Z52
February 17, 2014
Fans of Russia are seen in the spectator stands amidst thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Fans of Russia are seen in the spectator stands amidst thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon...
Fans of Russia are seen in the spectator stands amidst thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. The men's biathlon 15km mass start was called off for a second straight day due to thick fog, which also forced the postponement of the men's snowboard cross competition. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
RTX18Z51
February 17, 2014
Workers shovel snow in thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Workers shovel snow at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic...
Workers shovel snow in thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. The men's biathlon 15km mass start was called off for a second straight day due to thick fog. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT ENVIRONMENT SPORT BIATHLON TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPICS-WEATHER/
RTX18Z4X
February 17, 2014
Workers shovel snow in thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014...
Rosa Khutor, Russia
Workers shovel snow at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic...
Workers shovel snow in thick fog at the Laura Cross Country Ski and Biathlon Center at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games, February 17, 2014. Organisers of the Sochi Olympics defied the odds when they battled unusually warm temperatures for a week but they were helpless against a winter fog that caused events to be postponed on Monday. The men's biathlon 15km mass start was called off for a second straight day due to thick fog. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT ENVIRONMENT SPORT BIATHLON)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 25, 2012
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) General Babacar...
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria General Babacar Gaye...
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) General Babacar Gaye out of Damascus as he leaves Syria August 25, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 25, 2012
Senegalese General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) stand...
Damascus, Syria
Senegalese General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria stand inside...
Senegalese General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) stand inside a hotel elevator as he prepares to leave Damascus August 25, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 25, 2012
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) General Babacar...
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria General Babacar Gaye...
U.N. vehicles transport head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) General Babacar Gaye out of Damascus as he leaves Syria August 25, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 25, 2012
Senegalese General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS), walks...
Damascus, Syria
General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria walks at a hotel as his...
Senegalese General Babacar Gaye, head of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS), walks at a hotel as his prepares to leave Damascus August 25, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 23, 2012
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief...
Damascus, Syria
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief...
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) in Damascus August 23, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. The last monitors are expected to be out of the country by Friday. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
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August 23, 2012
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief...
Damascus, Syria
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief...
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad talks to reporters after his meeting with the chief of the United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) in Damascus August 23, 2012. United Nations military observers started leaving Damascus this week after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiralling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels. The mandate of the monitoring mission, known as UNSMIS, expired on Sunday night after diplomats at the United Nations said conditions for continuing operations had not been met. The last monitors are expected to be out of the country by Friday. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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