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IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RX
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against IS militants...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RW
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident poses for a photo as he paints and renovates homes destroyed during the...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident poses for a photo as he paints and renovates homes destroyed during the...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident poses for a photo as he paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RU
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against IS militants...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RT
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against IS militants...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RQ
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against IS militants...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident paints and renovates homes destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
IRAQ-MOSUL/HOMES
RTS2V8RN
December 17, 2019
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident visits a woman after renovating her home destroyed during the war against...
Mosul, Iraq
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident visits a woman after renovating her home destroyed during the war against...
Khaled Musa, an Iraqi resident visits a woman after renovating her home destroyed during the war against Islamic State militants in the old city of Mosul, Iraq December 7, 2019. Picture taken December 7, 2019. REUTERS/Abdullah Rashid
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Mayor Pete turned around South Bend, but some black residents feel left behind
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U.S. Politics
Mayor Pete turned around South Bend, but some black residents feel left behind
33 PICTURES
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX6S8BL
April 18, 2019
Radoslaw Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, renovates a bathroom at a house in Nottingham, Britain,...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, renovates a bathroom at a house in Nottingham
Radoslaw Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, renovates a bathroom at a house in Nottingham, Britain, April 12, 2019. Stanczak left Poland 13 years ago alongside thousands of others heading to the UK for a better future. He set up his construction company in Nottingham and his girlfriend Katarzyna, a doctoral student, joined him two years ago. However, with Britain on the way out of the EU, the couple have decided to come back home to reunite with family, hoping to move over the business and find jobs meeting their qualifications. Picture taken April 12, 2019. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
BRITAIN-EU/POLES
RTX6S8B9
April 18, 2019
Radoslaw Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, drills a hole in a wall as he renovates a bathroom at...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, renovates a bathroom at a house in Nottingham
Radoslaw Stanczak, 36, construction firm owner, drills a hole in a wall as he renovates a bathroom at a house in Nottingham, Britain, April 12, 2019. Stanczak left Poland 13 years ago alongside thousands of others heading to the UK for a better future. He set up his construction company in Nottingham and his girlfriend Katarzyna, a doctoral student, joined him two years ago. However, with Britain on the way out of the EU, the couple have decided to come back home to reunite with family, hoping to move over the business and find jobs meeting their qualifications. Picture taken April 12, 2019. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1PH
November 08, 2017
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November...
MENARS, France
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1PC
November 08, 2017
A sundial is seen in the garden of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars,...
MENARS, France
A sundial is seen in the garden of the Chateau de Menars
A sundial is seen in the garden of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1NK
November 08, 2017
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home...
MENARS, France
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1NB
November 08, 2017
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November...
MENARS, France
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1NA
November 08, 2017
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" (R) by French painter Francois Boucher (1703-1770)...
MENARS, France
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" by French painter Francois Boucher is seen on a...
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" (R) by French painter Francois Boucher (1703-1770) is seen on a wall at the Chateau de Menars, on the River Loire, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1N8
November 08, 2017
A view shows the facade of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home...
MENARS, France
A view shows the facade of the Chateau de Menars
A view shows the facade of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1N2
November 08, 2017
A view shows the music room of Madame de Pompadour in the Chateau de Menars, France, November 6, 2017....
MENARS, France
A view shows the music room of Madame de Pompadour in the Chateau de Menars
A view shows the music room of Madame de Pompadour in the Chateau de Menars, France, November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1MZ
November 08, 2017
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam known as Adam l'aine...
MENARS, France
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam and the facade of the Chateau de Menars...
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam known as Adam l'aine (1700-1759) and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, on the River Loire, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1MX
November 08, 2017
A view shows the garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau...
MENARS, France
A view shows the garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars
A view shows the garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1MQ
November 08, 2017
A view shows the Marquis de Marigny's bedroom in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The...
MENARS, France
A view shows the Marquis de Marigny's bedroom in the Chateau de Menars
A view shows the Marquis de Marigny's bedroom in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1MN
November 08, 2017
A view shows one of the facades of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars,...
MENARS, France
A view shows one of the facades of the Chateau de Menars
A view shows one of the facades of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1ML
November 08, 2017
A two-wheeled cart is seen at the Orangerie of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau...
MENARS, France
A two-wheeled cart is seen at the Orangerie of the Chateau de Menars
A two-wheeled cart is seen at the Orangerie of the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1M7
November 08, 2017
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home...
MENARS, France
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars
A view shows a staircase in the Chateau de Menars, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1M4
November 08, 2017
A view shows the ''Rotunda of Abundance'' and the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert...
MENARS, France
A view shows the ''Rotunda of Abundance'' and the sculpture "L'Abondance" by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam in...
A view shows the ''Rotunda of Abundance'' and the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam known as Adam l'aine (1700-1759) in front of the facade of the Chateau de Menars, on the River Loire, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1LJ
November 08, 2017
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" (R) by French painter Francois Boucher (1703-1770)...
MENARS, France
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" by French painter Francois Boucher is seen on a...
A painting "Portrait of Marquise de Pompadour, 1759" (R) by French painter Francois Boucher (1703-1770) is seen on a wall at the Chateau de Menars, on the Loire River, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1LI
November 08, 2017
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam known as Adam l'aine...
MENARS, France
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam and the facade of the Chateau de Menars...
A view shows the sculpture "L'Abondance" (circa 1752) by Lambert-Sigisbert Adam known as Adam l'aine (1700-1759) and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, on the River Loire, France November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1KZ
November 08, 2017
A view shows the front garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, near the Loire river, France,...
MENARS, France
A view shows the front garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars
A view shows the front garden and the facade of the Chateau de Menars, near the Loire river, France, November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
FRANCE-CHATEAU/
RTS1J1KX
November 08, 2017
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November...
MENARS, France
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars
A general view shows the Chateau de Menars on the banks of the River Loire in Menars, France, November 6, 2017. The Chateau de Menars, home of French King Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764) and muse of the current owner, Monacan businessman and art lover Edmond Baysari who bought it in 1983 and renovated it for more than 100 million dollars. After more than two decades of work to restore it to its former glory the “Chateau Pompadour de Menars” is now for sale. Picture taken November 6, 2017 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
GERMANY-FRANKFURT/EVACUATION
RTX3EIDP
September 03, 2017
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her nursery...
Frankfurt, Germany
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital...
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her nursery home for homeless people as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital are about to evacuate the city while experts defuse an unexploded British World War Two bomb found during renovations on the university's campus in Frankfurt, Germany, September 3, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-FRANKFURT/EVACUATION
RTX3EICE
September 03, 2017
Sister Sigrid (3rdR) talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her...
Frankfurt, Germany
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital...
Sister Sigrid (3rdR) talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her nursery home for homeless people as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital are about to evacuate the city while experts defuse an unexploded British World War Two bomb found during renovations on the university's campus in Frankfurt, Germany, September 3, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-FRANKFURT/EVACUATION
RTX3EIC9
September 03, 2017
Firefighters and police officers observe the evacuation of Sister Sigrid's nursery home for homeless...
Frankfurt, Germany
Firefighters and police officers observe the evacuation of Sister Sigrid's nursery home as 60,000 people...
Firefighters and police officers observe the evacuation of Sister Sigrid's nursery home for homeless people as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital are about to evacuate the city while experts defuse an unexploded British World War Two bomb found during renovations on the university's campus in Frankfurt, Germany, September 3, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-FRANKFURT/EVACUATION
RTX3EIC8
September 03, 2017
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her nursery...
Frankfurt, Germany
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital...
Sister Sigrid talks to firefighters and police officers as she observes the evacuation of her nursery home for homeless people as 60,000 people in Germany's financial capital are about to evacuate the city while experts defuse an unexploded British World War Two bomb found during renovations on the university's campus in Frankfurt, Germany, September 3, 2017. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324P3
March 22, 2017
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville, California, United States March...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about lead and other pollutants from a property renovation across the street from her home. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324OY
March 22, 2017
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville, California, United States...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about lead and other pollutants from the construction affecting her family. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324OW
March 22, 2017
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville, California, United States March...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville
Joy Ashe holds her son Zion Ashe, 1, outside their home in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about lead and other pollutants from a property renovation across the street from her home. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324ON
March 22, 2017
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville, California, United States...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville
Joy Ashe gestures to a building under renovation outside her home in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about lead and other pollutants from the construction affecting her family. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324OH
March 22, 2017
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville, California, United States March...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about pollutants from property renovations across the street from her home. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA
RTX324OC
March 22, 2017
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville, California, United States March...
EMERYVILLE, UNITED STATES
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville
Emeryville Vice-Mayor John Bauters speaks with Joy Ashe in Emeryville, California, United States March 20, 2017. Ashe, who has spoken before the city's planning commission and city council, is concerned about pollutants from property renovations across the street from her home. To match Special Report USA-LEAD/CALIFORNIA REUTERS/Noah Berger
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX2HSEW
June 23, 2016
French President Francois Hollande (R) shakes hands with Armee du Salut president Colonel Daniel Naud...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande shakes hands with Armee du Salut president Colonel Daniel Naud during...
French President Francois Hollande (R) shakes hands with Armee du Salut president Colonel Daniel Naud during the presentation of the renovated Cite de Refuge building during a press visit in Paris, France, June 23, 2016. The Armee du Salut is dedicated to help homeless by providing temporary home and support. REUTERS/Francois Mori/Pool
France Hollande Homeless
RTX2HSDO
June 23, 2016
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee...
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee du Salut's Cite de Refuge building during a press visit in Paris, France, June 23, 2016. The Armee du Salut is dedicated to help homeless by providing temporary home and support. REUTERS/Francois Mori/Pool
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX2HS3L
June 23, 2016
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee...
French President Francois Hollande listens to speeches during the presentation of the renovated Armee du Salut's Cite de Refuge building during a press visit in Paris, France, June 23, 2016. The Armee du Salut is dedicated to help homeless by providing temporary home and support. REUTERS/Francois Mori/Pool
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX2HS0Y
June 23, 2016
French President Francois Hollande (R) listens to the presentation of the renovated Armee du Salut's...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande listens to the presentation of the renovated Armee du Salut's Cite...
French President Francois Hollande (R) listens to the presentation of the renovated Armee du Salut's Cite de Refuge building during a press visit in Paris, France, June 23, 2016. The Armee du Salut is dedicated to help homeless by providing temporary home and support. REUTERS/Francois Mori/Pool
FRANCE-POLITICS/
RTX2HS07
June 23, 2016
French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech during the presentation of the renovated Cite de...
Paris, France
French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech during the presentation of the renovated Cite de...
French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech during the presentation of the renovated Cite de Refuge building during a press visit in Paris, France, June 23, 2016. The Armee du Salut is dedicated to help homeless by providing temporary home and support. REUTERS/Francois Mori/Pool
EGYPT-ALEXANDRIA/
RTSBPNB
March 22, 2016
A man sits in front of an old building next to a shop that is being renovated on Fouad street, March...
Alexandria, Egypt
The Wider Image: Alexandria yearns for lost elegance
A man sits in front of an old building next to a shop that is being renovated on Fouad street, March 6, 2016. In Egypt's Alexandria, Fouad Street reflects the city's rich history and is known for its elegant villas and antique shops. Today the Mediterranean coastal city, once a melting pot of nationalities and faith groups, is overcrowded and dilapidated, like many of Egypt's urban centres. Fouad, among the city's oldest streets and once home to a Greek poet and a British novelist, today features modern retail brands and is an area still popular with antique fans and art lovers. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih SEARCH "FOUAD STREET" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-PROPRTY/TIANJIN
RTX1TYPR
October 30, 2015
A man who does not want to be identified (L) walks towards a construction worker taking a break as he...
Tianjin, China
A man who does not want to be identified walks towards a construction worker taking a break as he visits...
A man who does not want to be identified (L) walks towards a construction worker taking a break as he visits his new apartment undergoing a renovation at the Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, October 18, 2015. The man's former apartment was damaged by August's deadly blasts and he recently purchased the six-year old apartment located about 12 km (7.4 miles) away from the disaster area. He said he does not want to live in his old apartment because he worries about pollutants released from the blasts. With prices of new homes rising by about 10 percent since the chemical blasts to meet an increase in demand, finding new homes outside the disaster area for most of those affected is a costly - and frustrating - process. Picture taken October 18, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S1CR
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015....
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S1CQ
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015....
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince William tours a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S1CM
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S1CJ
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0JJ
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry (centre R) tour a building site during a visit to Manchester,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry tour a building site during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry (centre R) tour a building site during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0IN
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0II
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry (R) prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince Harry (R) prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0IG
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince Harry prepares to lay some paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0HA
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William (L) stands with presenter Nick Knowles (C) as he tours a house during his visit...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William stands with presenter Nick Knowles as he tours a house during his visit to Manchester...
Britain's Prince William (L) stands with presenter Nick Knowles (C) as he tours a house during his visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0G8
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry smiles as he prepares to lay paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry smiles as he prepares to lay paving slabs during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince Harry smiles as he prepares to lay paving slabs during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1S0FB
September 23, 2015
Britain's Prince William paints a wall during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William paints a wall during a visit to Manchester
Britain's Prince William paints a wall during a visit to Manchester, Britain September 23, 2015. Prince William and Prince Harry visited Manchester on Wednesday where they helped to renovate homes for ex-service personnel as part of the BBC television DIY SOS series. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On - 24 Aug 2015
28 PICTURES
USA-KATRINA/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1PF45
August 24, 2015
An abandoned house after Hurricane Katrina is seen in the Lower Ninth Ward neighbourhood of New Orleans,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On
An abandoned house after Hurricane Katrina is seen in the Lower Ninth Ward neighbourhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, August 18, 2015. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina triggered floods that inundated New Orleans and killed more than 1,500 people as storm waters overwhelmed levees and broke through floodwalls. Congress authorized spending more than $14 billion to beef up the city's flood protection after Katrina and built a series of new barriers that include manmade islands and new wetlands. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria returned to New Orleans after documenting events in 2005 and found a city much rebuilt and renovated, although abandoned homes show Katrina’s lingering impact. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaPICTURE 15 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "HURRICANE KATRINA 10 YEARS ON"SEARCH "CARLOS HURRICANE" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-KATRINA/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1PF44
August 24, 2015
A street sign shows Flood Street in the Lower Ninth Ward neighbourhood in an area affected by Hurricane...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On
A street sign shows Flood Street in the Lower Ninth Ward neighbourhood in an area affected by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, August 18, 2015. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina triggered floods that inundated New Orleans and killed more than 1,500 people as storm waters overwhelmed levees and broke through floodwalls. Congress authorized spending more than $14 billion to beef up the city's flood protection after Katrina and built a series of new barriers that include manmade islands and new wetlands. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria returned to New Orleans after documenting events in 2005 and found a city much rebuilt and renovated, although abandoned homes show Katrina’s lingering impact. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaPICTURE 21 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "HURRICANE KATRINA 10 YEARS ON"SEARCH "CARLOS HURRICANE" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-KATRINA/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1PF42
August 24, 2015
Old oil tanks are seen in an area affected by Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi river delta, New Orleans,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Wider Image: Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On
Old oil tanks are seen in an area affected by Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi river delta, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States August 19, 2015. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina triggered floods that inundated New Orleans and killed more than 1,500 people as storm waters overwhelmed levees and broke through floodwalls. Congress authorized spending more than $14 billion to beef up the city's flood protection after Katrina and built a series of new barriers that include manmade islands and new wetlands. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria returned to New Orleans after documenting events in 2005 and found a city much rebuilt and renovated, although abandoned homes show Katrina’s lingering impact. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaPICTURE 4 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "HURRICANE KATRINA 10 YEARS ON"SEARCH "CARLOS HURRICANE" FOR ALL IMAGES
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