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SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR371V2
August 23, 2012
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave...
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave...
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave Syria 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: CONFLICT POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/CLASHES
RTR371UZ
August 23, 2012
A hotel employee watches U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out...
Damascus, Syria
A hotel employee watches U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out...
A hotel employee watches U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave Syria 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 TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR371UX
August 23, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria stand inside a hotel elevator as they prepare...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria stand inside a hotel elevator as they prepare...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria stand inside a hotel elevator as they prepare to leave 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: CONFLICT POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR371UU
August 23, 2012
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave...
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave...
U.N. vehicles transport members of the United Nations observers mission out of Damascus as they leave Syria 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: CONFLICT POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR371UP
August 23, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria are seen with their luggage in a hotel as they...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria are seen with their luggage in a hotel ready...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria are seen with their luggage in a hotel as they prepare to leave 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: CONFLICT)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZKG
August 20, 2012
A member of the Free Syrian Army prepares his anti-aircraft machine gun in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district...
Aleppo, Syria
A member of the Free Syrian Army prepares his anti-aircraft machine gun in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district...
A member of the Free Syrian Army prepares his anti-aircraft machine gun in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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. REUTERS/Zain Karam (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZK9
August 20, 2012
Members of the Free Syrian Army prepare their weapons in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district August 20, 2012....
Aleppo, Syria
Members of the Free Syrian Army prepare their weapons in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district
Members of the Free Syrian Army prepare their weapons in Aleppo's Saif al-Dawla district August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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. REUTERS/Zain Karam (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZII
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, return to their hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIG
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, stand near a U.N. vehicle outside a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIF
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, check their departure dates in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIE
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, check their departure dates in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZID
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, check their departure dates in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIC
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, check their departure dates in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIB
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, push a trolley with their luggage in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZIA
August 20, 2012
A blue United Nations cap is left near members of the U.N. observers mission in Syria, who have left...
Damascus, Syria
A United Nations cap is left near members of the U.N. observers mission in Syria, who have left their...
A blue United Nations cap is left near members of the U.N. observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, as they check their departure dates in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZI8
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, push a trolley with their luggage in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZI5
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, stand with their luggage in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZI4
August 20, 2012
A member of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who has left his base in the province of Homs...
Damascus, Syria
A member of the United Nations observers mission in Syria points to luggage in a hotel in Damascus
A member of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who has left his base in the province of Homs in Central Syria, points to a piece of luggage in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR36ZI2
August 20, 2012
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Damascus, Syria
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of...
Members of the United Nations observers mission in Syria, who have left their bases in the province of Homs in Central Syria, load a trolley with their luggage in a hotel in Damascus August 20, 2012. United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday 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: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
POPE-MEXICO/
RTR2ZV6M
March 25, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI wears a traditional Mexican hat as he is driven through a crowd before officiating...
SILAO, Mexico
Pope Benedict XVI wears a traditional Mexican hat as he is driven through a crowd before officiating...
Pope Benedict XVI wears a traditional Mexican hat as he is driven through a crowd before officiating mass in Silao March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict drew the largest crowd of his Latin American trip on Sunday, celebrating a huge open-air Mass where a local bishop denounced the "fear, helplessness and pain" caused by Mexico's murderous drug wars. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-MEXICO/
RTR2ZV5W
March 25, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict drew the largest crowd of his...
SILAO, Mexico
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict drew the largest crowd of his Latin American trip on Sunday, celebrating a huge open-air Mass where a local bishop denounced the "fear, helplessness and pain" caused by Mexico's murderous drug wars. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-MEXICO/
RTR2ZV5R
March 25, 2012
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict drew the largest crowd of his...
SILAO, Mexico
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao
Pope Benedict XVI conducts mass in Silao March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict drew the largest crowd of his Latin American trip on Sunday, celebrating a huge open-air Mass where a local bishop denounced the "fear, helplessness and pain" caused by Mexico's murderous drug wars. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
INDIA
RTR2L3VX
April 11, 2011
Students and Greenpeace activists attend a candle light vigil in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad...
Ahmedabad, India
Students and Greenpeace activists attend a candle light vigil in Ahmedabad
Students and Greenpeace activists attend a candle light vigil in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad April 11, 2011. Dozens of students and activists on Monday participated in the vigil to mark the one month anniversary after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami battered Japan's northeast coast. The banner (L) reads, "Say no to nuclear energy. Japan is helpless, what will happen to India?" REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY ENERGY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY/
RTXVRU0
December 16, 2010
Anti-nuclear protesters stand around a fire during a silent vigil near the railway tracks during protests...
BRUENZOW, Germany
Anti-nuclear protesters stand around fire during silent vigil near railway tracks during protests against...
Anti-nuclear protesters stand around a fire during a silent vigil near the railway tracks during protests against the Castor nuclear waste transport in Bruenzow between Greifswald and Lubmin December 16, 2010. A controversial shipment of four Castor containers with spent German nuclear fuel coming from Cadarache in France is expected to arrive for interim storage in the northeastern German village of Lubmin on Thursday, according to a police spokesperson. The banner reads "You are helpless against our agility". REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
BANGLADESH-BEGGARS/
RTR2GEJQ
July 14, 2010
A beggar approaches a car on a busy street in Dhaka July 13, 2010. Worried over a growing influx of beggars...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A beggar approaches a car on a busy street in Dhaka
A beggar approaches a car on a busy street in Dhaka July 13, 2010. Worried over a growing influx of beggars in the crammed Bangladesh capital, the government has decided to make a survey of alms seekers on the streets and to assist who are genuinely helpless. Picture taken July 13. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BANGLADESH-BEGGARS/
RTR2GEJI
July 14, 2010
A physically handicapped beggar works on a busy street in Dhaka July 13, 2010. Worried over a growing...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A physically disabled beggar begs in a busy street in Dhaka.
A physically handicapped beggar works on a busy street in Dhaka July 13, 2010. Worried over a growing influx of beggars in the crammed Bangladesh capital, the government has decided to make a survey of alms seekers on the streets and to assist who are genuinely helpless. Picture taken July 13. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2GB09
July 11, 2010
A woman holds drawings during a gathering at the temporary monument "Pillar of Shame" near the Brandenburg...
Berlin, Germany
A woman holds drawings during gathering at temporary monument "Pillar of Shame" in Berlin commemorating...
A woman holds drawings during a gathering at the temporary monument "Pillar of Shame" near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, July 11, 2010, commemorating the 1995 mass murder of Muslim men and boys in the town of Srebrenica. The Society for Threatened Peoples has collected 16.744 shoes from Bosnia, Austria, Switzerland and Germany to build the monument that is to draw attention to the failure of the United Nations (UN) to prevent the killing of 8372 refugees who died during the Bosnian War in an area that was declared UN safe zone. The writing reads: "Under the eyes of the international community! Helpless women and children are taken away accompanied by armed Serbs. And the world just watched!" REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
USA/
RTR29N1M
January 30, 2010
Elton John (L), Sheryl Crow (C) and Neko Case perform "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
John, Crow and Case perform "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring recording...
Elton John (L), Sheryl Crow (C) and Neko Case perform "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring recording artist Neil Young in Los Angeles January 29, 2010. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
USA/
RTR29N1C
January 30, 2010
Singer Elton John performs "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring recording...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Singer John performs "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring recording artist...
Singer Elton John performs "Helpless" at the 2010 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring recording artist Neil Young in Los Angeles January 29, 2010. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN/
RTXD8PL
March 26, 2009
An animal rights activist shouts slogans against Canada's seal hunt in front of the Canadian embassy...
Madrid, Spain
Animal rights activist shouts slogans against Canada's seal hunt in front of Canadian embassy in Madrid...
An animal rights activist shouts slogans against Canada's seal hunt in front of the Canadian embassy in Madrid March 26, 2009. The banner reads, "Before After. Innocent, helpless... skinned still alive". REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXCO8A
March 12, 2009
A letter is placed near the Albertville-Realschule school where a shooting incident took place in Winnenden...
WINNENDEN, Germany
A letter is placed near the Albertville-Realschule school where a shooting incident took place in Winnenden...
A letter is placed near the Albertville-Realschule school where a shooting incident took place in Winnenden March 12, 2009. A 17-year old gunman went on a shooting spree at his former secondary school, the Albertville-Realschule in Winnenden in southwest Germany on Wednesday, killing up to 16 people before dying himself in a shootout with police, authorities said. The letter reads, "in memory of the helpless victims and their relatives - full of mourning." REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY CONFLICT SOCIETY DISASTER)
BHUTAN-TIBET
RTR1YZ3C
April 01, 2008
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, prays in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital...
HONGTSHO, Bhutan
To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, prays in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital of Thimpu March 23, 2008. In a remote corner of the Himalayas, a small Tibetan refugee community felt helpless as it watched protests erupt all over the world against Chinese rule in their homeland. For in the tiny Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan, ethnically, culturally and linguistically close to its giant northern neighbour Tibet, demonstrations are not allowed. Picture taken March 23, 2008. To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (BHUTAN)
BHUTAN-TIBET
RTR1YZ3B
April 01, 2008
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, stands in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital...
HONGTSHO, Bhutan
To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, stands in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital of Thimpu March 23, 2008. In a remote corner of the Himalayas, a small Tibetan refugee community felt helpless as it watched protests erupt all over the world against Chinese rule in their homeland. For in the tiny Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan, ethnically, culturally and linguistically close to its giant northern neighbour Tibet, demonstrations are not allowed. Picture taken March 23, 2008. To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (BHUTAN)
BHUTAN-TIBET
RTR1YZ3A
April 01, 2008
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, prays in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital...
HONGTSHO, Bhutan
To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET/
Choden, an 82-year-old Tibetan exile, prays in her wooden cabin in Hongtsho near the Bhutanese capital of Thimpu March 23, 2008. In a remote corner of the Himalayas, a small Tibetan refugee community felt helpless as it watched protests erupt all over the world against Chinese rule in their homeland. For in the tiny Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan, ethnically, culturally and linguistically close to its giant northern neighbour Tibet, demonstrations are not allowed. Picture taken March 23, 2008. To match feature BHUTAN-TIBET/ REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (BHUTAN)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SL13
August 02, 2007
An Israeli fires eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am,...
Nir Am, Israel
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE An Israeli fires eggs and vegetables near Kibbutz Nir Am
An Israeli fires eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher, made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNS
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip, August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed the home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNR
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNQ
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher...
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNO
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man loads vegetables into a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man loads vegetables into a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am before firing them towards...
An Israeli man loads vegetables into a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip, August 2, 2007, before firing them towards the Gaza Strip. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNL
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near...
An Israeli man prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip, August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL) Also see image GF1DVWKCRAAA
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNK
August 02, 2007
An Israeli man fires eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli man fires eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir...
An Israeli man fires eggs and vegetables towards Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip, August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/
RTR1SGNJ
August 02, 2007
An Israeli prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near...
Nir Am, Israel
An Israeli prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near...
An Israeli prepares to fire eggs and vegetables towards the Gaza Strip using a home-made launcher near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip, August 2, 2007. A group of young Israeli left-wing activists developed a home-made launcher made from recycled materials, to protest the Israeli government's helplessness in dealing with rocket attacks from Gaza. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
MEXICO-ABORTION/
RTR1NS3X
March 22, 2007
Anti-abortion demonstrators protest outside Mexico City's local legislative assembly as law makers debate...
Mexico City, Mexico
Anti-abortion demonstrators protest outside Mexico City's local legislative assembly
Anti-abortion demonstrators protest outside Mexico City's local legislative assembly as law makers debate a law decriminalizing abortions up to 14 weeks of gestation in Mexico City March 22, 2007. Mexico's Christian churches banded together on Wednesday to fight a law that would legalize abortion in Mexico City, fearing it could spread quickly to the rest of the country. The poster at left reads "Abortion is a crime life is a right." The poster at right reads "Assassins those who legislate the death of the helpless." REUTERS/Andrew Winning (MEXICO)
BORNEO
RTXOV7L
July 26, 2006
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- Two-year-old Arfaisal Marsaleh, a stateless child, holds on to his mother as he plays...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- Two-year-old Arfaisal Marsaleh, a stateless child, holds on to his mother as he .....
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- Two-year-old Arfaisal Marsaleh, a stateless child, holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village in Kinarut, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem.
BORNEO
RTXOV7K
July 26, 2006
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- A stateless child holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- A stateless child holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum .....
-FLE PHOTO 27JUN06- A stateless child holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village in Kinarut, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem.
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS9
July 26, 2006
Stateless children try to sell plastic bags for 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Stateless children try to sell plastic bags for 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS8
July 26, 2006
Two-year-old Arfaisal Marsaleh, a stateless child, holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Two-year-old Arfaisal Marsaleh, a stateless child, holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village in Kinarut, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS5
July 26, 2006
Aldin Yamin, 9, a stateless child, scavenge on a sea bank in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Aldin Yamin, 9, a stateless child, scavenge on a sea bank in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS4
July 26, 2006
A stateless child holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village in Kinarut, in...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
A stateless child holds on to his mother as he plays with his friends in a slum village in Kinarut, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS1
July 26, 2006
Nine-year-old Aldin Yamin (front) and his friend, who are stateless children, try to sell plastic bags...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Nine-year-old Aldin Yamin (front) and his friend, who are stateless children, try to sell plastic bags for 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTRX
July 26, 2006
Stateless children show their plastic bags which they are trying to sell at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Stateless children show their plastic bags which they are trying to sell at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTRV
July 26, 2006
A stateless child tries to sell a plastic bag at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
A stateless child tries to sell a plastic bag at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTRQ
July 26, 2006
Aldin Yamin, 9, a stateless child, scavenge on a sea bank in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Aldin Yamin, 9, a stateless child, scavenge on a sea bank in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
USA
RTXNRDL
September 08, 2005
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hurricane...
Washington, USA
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hu.....
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as [Bush] promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
USA
RTXNRDK
September 08, 2005
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hurricane...
Washington, USA
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hu.....
Protesters rally against U.S. [President George W. Bush] and his administration's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as [Bush] promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
KATRINA
RTRN4II
September 08, 2005
Hurricane Katrina survivor Iona Renfroe from New Orleans speaks to the press against U.S. President Bush's...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Hurricane Katrina survivor Renfroe speaks against US President Bush outside White House in Washington....
Hurricane Katrina survivor Iona Renfroe from New Orleans speaks to the press against U.S. President Bush's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster,outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as Bush promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/DY
KATRINA
RTRN4IC
September 08, 2005
Hurricane Katrina survivors (L-R) Iona Renfroe, her niece Michelle Agillard and Christine Mayfield, all...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Hurricane Katrina survivors gather to speak against US President Bush outside White House in Washington....
Hurricane Katrina survivors (L-R) Iona Renfroe, her niece Michelle Agillard and Christine Mayfield, all from Louisiana, gather to speak to the press against U.S. President Bush's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as Bush promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/DY
KATRINA
RTRN4I3
September 08, 2005
Protester Donna Saady (R) is held back as she shouts at bystander Mark Bui during a rally against U.S....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-Bush protester shouts at bystander outside White House in Washington.
Protester Donna Saady (R) is held back as she shouts at bystander Mark Bui during a rally against U.S. President George W. Bush and his administration's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. Bui had questioned Saady's arguments. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as Bush promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/DY
KATRINA
RTRN4HE
September 08, 2005
Protester Donna Saady (R) shouts at bystander Mark Bui during a rally against U.S. President George W....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-Bush protester shouts at bystander outside White House in Washington.
Protester Donna Saady (R) shouts at bystander Mark Bui during a rally against U.S. President George W. Bush and his administration's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. Bui had questioned Saady's arguments. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as Bush promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/DY
KATRINA
RTRN4GP
September 08, 2005
Protesters rally against U.S. President George W. Bush and his administration's handling of the Hurricane...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-Bush protesters rally outside White House in Washington against administration's handling of Katrina....
Protesters rally against U.S. President George W. Bush and his administration's handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, outside the White House in Washington, September 8, 2005. The hunt for the helpless and the hiding went on across New Orleans on Thursday as Bush promised to streamline the government bureaucracy to speed relief to hundreds of thousands displaced by Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/DY
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