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GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB15
December 11, 2017
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski (C) says hello to reporters as he and White House advisors...
Struthers, UNITED STATES
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski (C) says hello to reporters as he and White House advisors Sebastian Gorka (from L), Omarosa Manigault, White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter and Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci accompany President Trump for an event celebrating veterans at AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers, Ohio, U.S., July 25, 2017. Jonathan Ernst: "The most visible person in any White House is naturally the President, followed by the press secretary. But there are also the staff who support them, any one of whom might suddenly jump into public view and be national news for a day or two. For those of us covering the President Trump administration, there seem to be more compelling figures in the West Wing than ever before. It's crucial to know who's who and why they're important. When I raised my camera and back-pedalled ahead of the group to take this image Lewandowski gave me a hello and pointed right into the lens. I liked the photo, but had no idea it would go a little bit viral, especially since Scaramucci, who was the biggest mover and shaker that week, was hidden back in the pack. But I guess the image catches a glimpse of what it's like to be a West Wing staffer on the road."REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
GLOBAL-POY/TRUMP
RTX3M3W7
December 06, 2017
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski (C) says hello to reporters as he and White House advisors...
Struthers, UNITED STATES
Pictures of the Year: U.S. Politics
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski (C) says hello to reporters as he and White House advisors Sebastian Gorka (from L), Omarosa Manigault, White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter and Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci accompany President Trump for an event celebrating veterans at AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers, Ohio, U.S., July 25, 2017. Jonathan Ernst: "The most visible person in any White House is naturally the President, followed by the press secretary. But there are also the staff who support them, any one of whom might suddenly jump into public view and be national news for a day or two. For those of us covering the President Trump administration, there seem to be more compelling figures in the West Wing than ever before. It's crucial to know who's who and why they're important. When I raised my camera and back-pedalled ahead of the group to take this image Lewandowski gave me a hello and pointed right into the lens. I liked the photo, but had no idea it would go a little bit viral, especially since Scaramucci, who was the biggest mover and shaker that week, was hidden back in the pack. But I guess the image catches a glimpse of what it's like to be a West Wing staffer on the road." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo SEARCH "POY TRUMP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-WATCHDOGS/
RTX3EBQI
September 01, 2017
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
Bangkok, Thailand
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre in Bangkok, Thailand August 31, 2017. Picture taken August 31, 2017. REUTERS/Juarawee Kittisilpa
THAILAND-WATCHDOGS/
RTX3EBPY
September 01, 2017
Dogs are seen wearing 'smart vests' which have a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
Bangkok, Thailand
Dogs are seen wearing 'smart vests' which have a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
Dogs are seen wearing 'smart vests' which have a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre in Bangkok, Thailand August 31, 2017. Picture taken August 31, 2017. REUTERS/Juarawee Kittisilpa
THAILAND-WATCHDOGS/
RTX3EBPO
September 01, 2017
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
Bangkok, Thailand
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre...
A dog is seen wearing a 'smart vest' which has a hidden video camera inside in a dog trainning centre in Bangkok, Thailand August 31, 2017. Picture taken August 31, 2017. REUTERS/Juarawee Kittisilpa
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BOD7
May 05, 2015
View of an electronic voting results board in the hemicycle after the vote on the surveillance bill at...
Paris, France
View of an electronic voting results board in the hemicycle after the vote on the surveillance bill at...
View of an electronic voting results board in the hemicycle after the vote on the surveillance bill at the National Assembly in Paris, France, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BOBN
May 05, 2015
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Interior Minister Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly...
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France before the vote for the surveillance bill in parliament, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BOAU
May 05, 2015
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National...
Paris, France
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National...
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France before the vote for the surveillance bill in parliament, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BOAR
May 05, 2015
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve (L) and Prime Minister Manuel Valls (R) attend the questions...
Paris, France
French Interior minister Cazeneuve and Prime Minister Manuel Valls attend the questions to the government...
French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve (L) and Prime Minister Manuel Valls (R) attend the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris, France before the vote for the surveillance bill in parliament, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BO9I
May 05, 2015
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris before the vote for the surveillance bill in parliament, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-SECURITY/
RTX1BO99
May 05, 2015
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly...
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attends the questions to the government session at the National Assembly in Paris before the vote for the surveillance bill in parliament, May 5, 2015. French lawmakers approved a bill on Tuesday to let intelligence services deploy fly-on-the-wall spying devices more easily against suspected terrorists after Islamist militant attacks killed 17 people in January. The bill, opposed by civil rights groups, some leftists and some members of the ruling Socialists, waives the need for judicial warrants to deploy phone taps, hidden microphones, cameras and other devices such as keypad communications readers. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
BOSNIA/
RTR3FR30
February 26, 2014
A Canon 1D Mark IV camera is seen on the screen of an X-ray security scanner at Sarajevo International...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Canon 1D Mark IV camera is seen on the screen of an X-ray security scanner at Sarajevo International...
A Canon 1D Mark IV camera is seen on the screen of an X-ray security scanner at Sarajevo International Airport in Sarajevo February 26, 2014. U.S. authorities issued a warning last week to airlines flying to the United States to watch out for militants who may have hidden bombs in their shoes, U.S. government sources said. The warning came from the Department of Homeland Security, the sources said, and it is consistent with concerns security agencies have about militants trying to smuggle explosives onto airplanes in shoes, cosmetics or liquids. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTX1906Y
February 17, 2014
Guests raise their cameras and smart phones as they make souvenir pictures of French President Francois...
Paris, France
Guests raise their cameras and smart phones as they make souvenir pictures of French President Hollande...
Guests raise their cameras and smart phones as they make souvenir pictures of French President Francois Hollande (R hidden) after he delivered a speech to members of the Asian community to mark the festivities of the Lunar New Year, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, February 17, 2014. REUTERS/John Schults (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE1B
February 05, 2013
Wearing a multicolored ribbon to show his support for former child hostage Ethan, Dale County Schools...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City
Wearing a multicolored ribbon to show his support for former child hostage Ethan, Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE19
February 05, 2013
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media as Alabama State Board of Education...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media as Alabama State Board of Education Pupil Transportation Director Joe Lightsey (L) and Midland City Elementary School Principal Phillip Parker (R) listen near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE16
February 05, 2013
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City, Alabama, February...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE13
February 05, 2013
Flanked by Alabama State Board of Education Pupil Transportation Director Joe Lightsey (L) and Dale County...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Midland City Elementary School Principal Phillip Parker speaks to the media near Midland City
Flanked by Alabama State Board of Education Pupil Transportation Director Joe Lightsey (L) and Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum (R), Midland City Elementary School Principal Phillip Parker speaks to the media near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME EDUCATION)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE10
February 05, 2013
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City, Alabama, February...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City
Law enforcement officials work a crime scene on Private Road 1539 near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE0Y
February 05, 2013
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City, Alabama February...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City
Dale County Schools Superintendent Donny Bynum speaks to the media near Midland City, Alabama February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE0M
February 05, 2013
A wreath honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
A wreath honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan...
A wreath honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan are on display outside his Midland City Elementary School near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME EDUCATION OBITUARY)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE0J
February 05, 2013
A sign and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
A sign and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland...
A sign and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland City Elementary School near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME OBITUARY EDUCATION)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE0I
February 05, 2013
Signs and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Signs and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland...
Signs and wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. hang on a fence surrounding Midland City Elementary School near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME OBITUARY EDUCATION)
USA-ALABAMA/SHOOTING
RTR3DE0G
February 05, 2013
Wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan...
MIDLAND CITY, UNITED STATES
Wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan...
Wreathes honoring murdered bus driver Charles Poland, Jr. and a sign for former 5-year-old hostage Ethan are on display outside his Midland City Elementary School near Midland City, Alabama, February 5, 2013. Authorities used a hidden camera to watch a man holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker in rural Alabama and moved in to rescue the child after the suspect was seen holding a gun and looking agitated, according to news reports on Tuesday. REUTERS/Phil Sears (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION OBITUARY)
GERMANY/
RTR36NY4
August 11, 2012
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church...
Pasewalk, Germany
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church...
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church in the town of Pasewalk, some 130 km (81 miles) north of Berlin, August 10, 2012. The documentary, largely filmed with a hidden camera, tracks the development of the Neo-Nazi rock music underground culture in Germany and other European countries. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR36NY2
August 11, 2012
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church...
Pasewalk, Germany
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church...
Director Peter Ohlendorf speaks after the screening of his documentary "Blood must Flow" at a church in the town of Pasewalk, some 130 km (81 miles) north of Berlin, August 10, 2012. The documentary, largely filmed with a hidden camera, tracks the development of the Neo-Nazi rock music underground culture in Germany and other European countries. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY HEADSHOT)
TESCO/
RTR2UZSW
December 08, 2011
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London, December 8, 2011. World...
London, United Kingdom
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London
A sign and a hidden camera are attached to Tesco cash machine in central London, December 8, 2011. World No.3 retailer Tesco Plc posted a drop in underlying British sales for the fourth quarter in a row as cash-strapped shoppers cut spending on non-essential goods and price cuts ate into revenue in its core home market. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BELARUS/
RTR2DQIX
May 11, 2010
A boreal owl looks out from a hollow in a tree on the outskirts of Minsk, May 11, 2010. REUTERS/Vasily...
Minsk, Belarus
A boreal owl looks out from a hollow in a tree on the outskirts of Minsk
A boreal owl looks out from a hollow in a tree on the outskirts of Minsk, May 11, 2010. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
USA/ABORTION-STUDENT
RTXOWNK
May 29, 2009
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Lila Rose poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28, 2009. With a video camera hidden in her backpack, college student Rose has become a rising star in the U.S. anti-abortion movement for her clandestine tactics in taking on Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest provider of surgical abortions. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA/ABORTION-STUDENT
RTXOWNG
May 29, 2009
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Lila Rose poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28, 2009. With a video camera hidden in her backpack, college student Rose has become a rising star in the U.S. anti-abortion movement for her clandestine tactics in taking on Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest provider of surgical abortions. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA/ABORTION-STUDENT
RTXOWND
May 29, 2009
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Lila Rose poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles
Lila Rose, 20, poses on the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) campus in Los Angeles, May 28, 2009. With a video camera hidden in her backpack, college student Rose has become a rising star in the U.S. anti-abortion movement for her clandestine tactics in taking on Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest provider of surgical abortions. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES SOCIETY EDUCATION)
KOREA-PAPARAZZI/
RTXAPIA
November 18, 2008
Moon Sung-ok (R), president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows a student how to use a hidden camera...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Sung-ok, president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows a student how to use a hidden camera...
Moon Sung-ok (R), president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows a student how to use a hidden camera during training in a car in Seoul November 15, 2008. At paparazzi schools in South Korea, students are taught how to stalk their prey and get them on film, but it's not the celebrities they're after, just ordinary citizens committing minor crimes. Students range from housewives to college students, all prompted by a desire for extra cash as the South Korean economy slows. Picture taken November 15, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PAPARAZZI/
RTXAPHZ
November 18, 2008
Moon Sung-ok, president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows how to use a hidden camera during a...
Seoul, South Korea
Moon Sung-ok, president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows how to use a hidden camera during a...
Moon Sung-ok, president and teacher at a paparazzi school, shows how to use a hidden camera during a class in his office in Seoul November 15, 2008. At paparazzi schools in South Korea, students are taught how to stalk their prey and get them on film, but it's not the celebrities they're after, just ordinary citizens committing minor crimes. Students range from housewives to college students, all prompted by a desire for extra cash as the South Korean economy slows. Picture taken November 15, 2008. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
ARGENTINA-BIKES/
RTX9CK6
October 08, 2008
Ignacio Jardon edits a video he took in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and cheap...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! ARGENTINA-BIKES/
Ignacio Jardon edits a video he took in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and cheap bicycles as bait, an Argentine publicist set out to gauge crime in different neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires. The longer it takes for the bike to be stolen the safer the area, is his hypothesis. Picture taken October 3, 2008. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-BIKES/
RTX9CK5
October 08, 2008
Ignacio Jardon places a bike next to a tree in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! ARGENTINA-BIKES/
Ignacio Jardon places a bike next to a tree in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and cheap bicycles as bait, an Argentine publicist set out to gauge crime in different neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires. The longer it takes for the bike to be stolen the safer the area, is his hypothesis. Picture taken October 3, 2008. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-BIKES/
RTX9CK3
October 08, 2008
Ignacio Jardon (R) and Andrea Krujoski record a video in a public park in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! ARGENTINA-BIKES/
Ignacio Jardon (R) and Andrea Krujoski record a video in a public park in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and cheap bicycles as bait, an Argentine publicist set out to gauge crime in different neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires. The longer it takes for the bike to be stolen the safer the area, is his hypothesis. Picture taken October 3. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-BIKES/
RTX9CK1
October 08, 2008
Ignacio Jardon (L) and Andrea Krujoski look for a place to put a bike, in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Reuters Life! ARGENTINA-BIKES/
Ignacio Jardon (L) and Andrea Krujoski look for a place to put a bike, in Buenos Aires, October 3, 2008. Using hidden cameras and cheap bicycles as bait, an Argentine publicist set out to gauge crime in different neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires. The longer it takes for the bike to be stolen the safer the area, is his hypothesis. Picture taken October 3. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
SOCCER/
RTR1QG3P
June 04, 2007
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari of Brazil (3rd R, partly hidden, facing camera) conducts a soccer...
Kuwait, Kuwait
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari conducts a soccer training session in Kuwait
Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari of Brazil (3rd R, partly hidden, facing camera) conducts a soccer training session in Kuwait June 4, 2007. Portugal will play a friendly soccer match against Al Salmiya club at the opening ceremony of the Thamer stadium in Kuwait on Tuesday. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad (KUWAIT)
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Police Brutality Caught on Hidden Camera in Spain - 31 May 2007
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SPAIN-POLICE/
RTR1QAQT
May 31, 2007
Catalonian regional police officers slap a woman in detention in a Barcelona police station in this video...
Barcelona, Spain
Video frame grab from hidden camera shows Catalonian regional police officers slapping a woman in detention...
Catalonian regional police officers slap a woman in detention in a Barcelona police station in this video frame grab taken from a hidden camera released May 31, 2007. The incident, which occurred in April, is the latest in a steady stream of brutal images revealed by the hidden cameras. REUTERS/Handout (SPAIN)
SPAIN-POLICE/
RTR1QAQS
May 31, 2007
Catalonian regional police officers push a woman in detention in a Barcelona police station in this video...
Barcelona, Spain
Video frame grab taken from a hidden camera shows Catalonian regional police officers pushing a woman...
Catalonian regional police officers push a woman in detention in a Barcelona police station in this video frame grab taken from a hidden camera released May 31, 2007. The incident, which occurred in April, is the latest in a steady stream of brutal images revealed by the hidden cameras. REUTERS/Handout (SPAIN)
SOCCER-LATAM/
RTR1LGN0
January 22, 2007
Uruguay's players, Alejandro Gonzalez (facing camera), Gerardo Vonder Putten (2nd R), Diego Arismendi...
Luque, Paraguay
Uruguay's players celebrate after a goal against Colombia during the South American under-20 Championship...
Uruguay's players, Alejandro Gonzalez (facing camera), Gerardo Vonder Putten (2nd R), Diego Arismendi (R), Juan Surraco (17), Edinson Cavani (L) and Elias Figueroa (partially hidden), celebrate after Figueroa scored against Colombia in their second round soccer match in the South American under-20 Championship in Luque January 21, 2007. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (PARAGUAY)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRIZ
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong singer Eason Chan (4th L) and other artists attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Chan and artists attend a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong singer Eason Chan (4th L) and other artists attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRIP
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong singer Jacky Cheung speaks during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Jacky Cheung speaks during a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong singer Jacky Cheung speaks during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRIM
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong singer Andy Lau (L) and actor Jackie Chan attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity:...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Andy Lau and actor Jackie Chan attend a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong singer Andy Lau (L) and actor Jackie Chan attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRIE
August 28, 2006
Members of Hong Kong singing group, Gillian Chung (L) and Charlene Choi hold a banner which reads "Dignity"...
Hong Kong, China
Members of Hong Kong singing group Chung and Choi hold banner during news conference in Hong Kong
Members of Hong Kong singing group, Gillian Chung (L) and Charlene Choi hold a banner which reads "Dignity" during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRIC
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong artists Andy Lau (1st row, 3rd L), Jackie Chan (1st row, 2nd R), Simon Yam (2nd row, R), Daniel...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong artists Lau, Chan, Yam, Wu and Cheung attend a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong artists Andy Lau (1st row, 3rd L), Jackie Chan (1st row, 2nd R), Simon Yam (2nd row, R), Daniel Wu (3rd row, C), Jacky Cheung (3rd row, L) attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of a Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRHZ
August 28, 2006
(From L) Hong Kong singer Andy Lau, movie star Jackie Chan, singers Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi attend...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Lau, movie star Chan, singers Chung and Choi attend news conference in Hong Kong
(From L) Hong Kong singer Andy Lau, movie star Jackie Chan, singers Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi attend a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of a Hong Kong pop star Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRHE
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung cries during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung cries during a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung cries during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of a Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right groups. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
HONGKONG
RTR1GRHC
August 28, 2006
Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung cries during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong singer Chung cries during a news conference in Hong Kong
Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung cries during a news conference entitled "Privacy and dignity: Hong Kong people's business" in Hong Kong August 28, 2006. Semi-nude photos of a Hong Kong pop star Gillian Chung taken with a hidden camera have sparked an uproar among fans and women's right group. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG)
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTR1ELE6
June 18, 2006
Brazil's Ronaldo (back to camera), Ronaldinho (R) and their team mates celebrate Adriano's (2nd L, partly...
Munich, Germany
Brazil's Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and team mates celebrate Adriano's goal against Australia in Munich
Brazil's Ronaldo (back to camera), Ronaldinho (R) and their team mates celebrate Adriano's (2nd L, partly hidden) goal during their Group F World Cup 2006 soccer match against Australia in Munich June 18, 2006. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (GERMANY)
SPORT SOCCER SPAIN
RTR1CCC4
April 08, 2006
Real Madrid's Raul (L), Raul Bravo (2nd-L), Julio Cesar Baptista (hidden), Sergio Ramos (with face towards...
Madrid, Spain
Real Madrid's players celebrate goal against Real Sociedad during their Spanish first division match...
Real Madrid's Raul (L), Raul Bravo (2nd-L), Julio Cesar Baptista (hidden), Sergio Ramos (with face towards camera) and Robinho (R) congratulate Ronaldo (9) after Ronaldo scored his 100th goal for Real Madrid during a Spanish first division soccer match against Real Sociedad at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid April 8, 2006. REUTERS/Susana Vera
BIRDFLU
RTR19SXF
October 23, 2005
A rooster looks on from a farm in the small village of Meco, 20 km (12 miles) south of Lisbon, October...
Lisbon, Portugal
A rooster looks on from farm in village of Meco south of Lisbon
A rooster looks on from a farm in the small village of Meco, 20 km (12 miles) south of Lisbon, October 23, 2005. The Portuguese government banned on Saturday the sale of all birds in outdoor street markets. More than 60 people have died in Asia from the H5N1 strain of bird flu since it surfaced in late 2003 in South Korea. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
PORTUGAL
RTR19S7I
October 23, 2005
A cock looks on from a farm in the small village of Meco in Lisbon October 23, 2005. The Portuguese government...
Lisbon, Portugal
A cock looks on from a farm in the small village of Meco in Lisbon
A cock looks on from a farm in the small village of Meco in Lisbon October 23, 2005. The Portuguese government banned on Saturday the sale of all birds in outdoor street markets. More than 60 people have died in Asia from the H5N1 strain since the flu outbreak in late 2003 in South Korea. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HAITI U.N. POLITICS
RTR18VD1
October 06, 2005
A Haitian looks through a hole at the new registration center as residents wait to register their names...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian looks through hole at new registration center in Citi-Soleil
A Haitian looks through a hole at the new registration center as residents wait to register their names for the next presidential elections in the volatile neighborhood of Citi-Soleil, Haiti, October 6, 2005. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
COLOMBIA FESTIVAL
RTRJRZO
August 06, 2005
A Colombian woman participates during the inauguration parade of Bogota's summer festival August 6, 2005....
Bogota, Colombia
A Colombian woman participates during the inauguration parade of Bogota's summer festival.
A Colombian woman participates during the inauguration parade of Bogota's summer festival August 6, 2005. The summer festival runs until August 15. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz DM/JJ
BUHNICI
RTXN3ER
December 03, 2004
Romanian journalist George Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian journalist George Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km.....
Romanian journalist George Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast of[Sofia], December 3, 2004. Buhnici was arrested on November 16, 2004 for trying to film, using a hidden camera, for a report on contraband tobacco on the border between Romania and [Bulgaria].
BUHNICI
RTXN3EQ
December 03, 2004
Romanian journalist George Buhnici (R) passes a security gate at the entrance of a Bulgarian court in...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian journalist George Buhnici (R) passes a security gate at the entrance of a Bulgarian court i.....
Romanian journalist George Buhnici (R) passes a security gate at the entrance of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast of [Sofia], December 3, 2004. Buhnici was arrested on November 16, 2004 for trying to film, using a hidden camera, for a report on contraband tobacco on the border between Romania and [Bulgaria].
ROMANIA BULGARIA REPORTER
RTRHBJF
November 16, 2004
Romanian journalist George Buhnici looks for his name on the schedule of a Bulgarian court in the town...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian journalist Buhnici enters in a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse.
Romanian journalist George Buhnici looks for his name on the schedule of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast of Sofia, December 3, 2004. Buhnici was arrested on November 16, 2004 for trying to film, using a hidden camera, for a report on contraband tobacco on the border between Romania and Bulgaria. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/GB
ROMANIA BULGARIA REPORTER
RTRHBIT
November 16, 2004
Romanian journalist George Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian journalist Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse.
Romanian journalist George Buhnici stands in front of a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast of Sofia, December 3, 2004. Buhnici was arrested on November 16, 2004 for trying to film, using a hidden camera, for a report on contraband tobacco on the border between Romania and Bulgaria. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/GB
ROMANIA BULGARIA REPORTER
RTRHBHV
November 16, 2004
Romanian journalist George Buhnici gestures outside a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian journalist Buhnici gestures outside Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse.
Romanian journalist George Buhnici gestures outside a Bulgarian court in the town of Rousse, 320km northeast of Sofia, December 3, 2004. Buhnici was arrested on November 16, 2004 for trying to film, using a hidden camera, for a report on contraband tobacco on the border between Romania and Bulgaria. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel BC/GB
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