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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-BOARDINGSCHOOLS
RTX7QJ2T
August 19, 2020
Homegrown tomatoes are seen growing on the campus of Midland School, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Los Olivos, UNITED STATES
Homegrown tomatoes are seen growing on the campus of Midland School in Los Olivos
Homegrown tomatoes are seen growing on the campus of Midland School, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic continues, in Los Olivos, California, U.S., July 20, 2020. Picture taken July 20, 2020. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-BOARDINGSCHOOLS
RTX7M8LG
July 28, 2020
A blackboard counting homegrown vegetables is seen on the campus of Midland School, as the global outbreak...
Los Olivos, UNITED STATES
A blackboard counting homegrown vegetables is seen on the campus of Midland School, as the global outbreak...
A blackboard counting homegrown vegetables is seen on the campus of Midland School, as the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Los Olivos, California, U.S., July 20, 2020. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-TRADE/APPLES
RTS201WB
September 04, 2018
A cherry pie is pictured at Twede's Cafe, known as the Double R Diner in the television show "Twin Peaks,"...
Wenatchee, UNITED STATES
A cherry pie pictured at Twede's Cafe in North Bend
A cherry pie is pictured at Twede's Cafe, known as the Double R Diner in the television show "Twin Peaks," in North Bend, Washington, U.S., September 2, 2018. Picture taken on September 2, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
USA-TRADE/APPLES
RTS201VK
September 04, 2018
A cherry pie is pictured at Twede's Cafe, known as the Double R Diner in the television show "Twin Peaks,"...
Wenatchee, UNITED STATES
A cherry pie at Twede's Cafe in North Bend
A cherry pie is pictured at Twede's Cafe, known as the Double R Diner in the television show "Twin Peaks," in North Bend, Washington, U.S., September 2, 2018. Picture taken on September 2, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS17XUY
June 20, 2017
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin,...
Leogane, Haiti
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin,...
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin, in a traditional distillery in Leogane, Haiti, June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS17VBQ
June 20, 2017
New distillate of absinthe, an alcohol also called the "Green Fairy" that was prohibited to distill from...
BOVERESSE, Switzerland
New distillate of absinthe comes out of the still during the distillation of absinthe in Boveresse
New distillate of absinthe, an alcohol also called the "Green Fairy" that was prohibited to distill from 1910 to 2005 in Switzerland, comes out of the still during the distillation of absinthe in Boveresse in Val de Travers near Neuchatel, Switzerland June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
CHINA-AVIATION/COMAC-FLIGHT
RTS159M6
May 05, 2017
Spectators take photos as they watch China's homegrown C919 passenger jet coming in for a landing on...
Shanghai, China
Spectators take photos as they watch China's homegrown C919 passenger jet coming in for a landing on...
Spectators take photos as they watch China's homegrown C919 passenger jet coming in for a landing on its maiden flight at Shanghai's Pudong airport on May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTX35GKY
April 13, 2017
A demonstrator wears a homemade gas mask while rallying against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro...
Caracas, Venezuela
A demonstrator wears a homemade gas mask while rallying against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro...
A demonstrator wears a homemade gas mask while rallying against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, April 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWEDEN-URBANFARMS/
RTX2SYOV
November 10, 2016
Kale grows at Kajodlingen farm in Gothenburg, Sweden, September 28, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov ...
Gothenburg, Sweden
The Wider Image: Digging the city
Kale grows at Kajodlingen farm in Gothenburg, Sweden, September 28, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "MAXIM DIGGING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTSNK2B
September 13, 2016
A youth struggles to drink a mouthful of homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of "Swet Bhairab"...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A youth struggles to drink a mouthful of homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of "Swet Bhairab"...
A youth struggles to drink a mouthful of homemade alcohol poured from the mouth of an idol of "Swet Bhairab" during the Indra Jatra festival in Kathmandu, Nepal September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-USA
RTX2NT6A
September 01, 2016
Homemade mortars belonging to Islamic State militants are seen in the town of Gwer northern Iraq August...
GWER, Iraq
Homemade mortars belonging to Islamic State militants are seen in the town of Gwer northern Iraq
Homemade mortars belonging to Islamic State militants are seen in the town of Gwer northern Iraq August 31, 2016. Picture taken August 31, 2016. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari
SOC/
RTX26DYI
February 10, 2016
Football Soccer - Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - ABAX Stadium...
United Kingdom
Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay
Football Soccer - Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - ABAX Stadium - 10/2/16
Peterborough United fan with a home made FA cup trophy before the game
Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers
Livepic
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SOC/
RTX26DY5
February 10, 2016
Football Soccer - Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - ABAX Stadium...
United Kingdom
Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay
Football Soccer - Peterborough United v West Bromwich Albion - FA Cup Fourth Round Replay - ABAX Stadium - 10/2/16
Peterborough United fan with a home made FA cup trophy before the game
Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers
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SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IKD
February 05, 2016
A Chinese tourist looks at Korean traditional dress Hanbok on display at a Lotte department store in...
Seoul, South Korea
A Chinese tourist looks at Korean traditional dress Hanbok on display at a Lotte department store in...
A Chinese tourist looks at Korean traditional dress Hanbok on display at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IKC
February 05, 2016
Chinese tourists rest as they shop at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South Korea, February...
Seoul, South Korea
Chinese tourists rest as they shop at a Lotte department store in Seoul
Chinese tourists rest as they shop at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IKB
February 05, 2016
Chinese tourists ask a sales assistant for directions at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South...
Seoul, South Korea
Chinese tourists ask a sales assistant for directions at a Lotte department store in Seoul
Chinese tourists ask a sales assistant for directions at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IKA
February 05, 2016
A Chinese tourist pays cash at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016....
Seoul, South Korea
A Chinese tourist pays cash at a Lotte duty free shop in Seoul
A Chinese tourist pays cash at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IK9
February 05, 2016
A Chinese girl holds on to her mother paying a bill at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South...
Seoul, South Korea
A Chinese girl holds her mother paying a bill at a Lotte department store in central Seoul
A Chinese girl holds on to her mother paying a bill at a Lotte department store in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IK8
February 05, 2016
A Chinese couple shops at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese...
Seoul, South Korea
A Chinese couple shops at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul
A Chinese couple shops at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-CHINA/TOURISTS
RTX25IK7
February 05, 2016
Chinese tourists shop at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese...
Seoul, South Korea
Chinese tourists shop at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul
Chinese tourists shop at a Lotte duty free shop in central Seoul, South Korea, February 2, 2016. Chinese visitors to South Korea are buying less from global luxury mainstays like Louis Vuitton and Chanel in favour of cheaper homegrown brands, as young, independent travellers make up a bigger share of tourists. Picture taken on February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
BRAZIL-RELIGION/
RTX20GLX
December 30, 2015
A handmade boat carries offerings for Iemanja, goddess of the sea, on the waters of Copacabana Beach...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A handmade boat carries offerings for Iemanja on the waters of Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro
A handmade boat carries offerings for Iemanja, goddess of the sea, on the waters of Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro December 29, 2015. Worshippers present gifts to the sea goddess at the end of every year, to give thanks and ask for blessings for the upcoming new year. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UUJ
November 19, 2015
People gesture as a lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People gesture as a lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual...
People gesture as a lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UU7
November 19, 2015
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UU4
November 19, 2015
People light a traditional home-made paper balloon before releasing it into the sky during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light a traditional home-made paper balloon before releasing it into the sky during the annual...
People light a traditional home-made paper balloon before releasing it into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UTF
November 19, 2015
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UT7
November 19, 2015
People light and release into the sky traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light and release into the sky traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing...
People light and release into the sky traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UT6
November 19, 2015
A lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
A lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon...
A lit traditional home-made paper balloon is released into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UT2
November 19, 2015
People light candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns and balloons during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns and balloons during the annual...
People light candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns and balloons during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UT1
November 19, 2015
People look at lit traditional home-made balloons during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People look at lit traditional home-made balloons during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
People look at lit traditional home-made balloons during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7USR
November 19, 2015
Large lit traditional home-made balloons are seen during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
Large lit traditional home-made balloons are seen during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
Large lit traditional home-made balloons are seen during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7USQ
November 19, 2015
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual...
People light candles before releasing a traditional home-made paper balloon into the sky during the annual Tazaungdaing festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7USE
November 19, 2015
A girl carries candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
A girl carries candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing...
A girl carries candles for lighting traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7URV
November 19, 2015
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7URK
November 19, 2015
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing ballon festival in Taunggyi,...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing ballon festival in Taunggyi...
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing ballon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7URB
November 19, 2015
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual...
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi, Myanmar November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7URA
November 19, 2015
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual...
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns before releasing them into the sky, during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
MYANMAR-CULTURE/
RTS7UR7
November 19, 2015
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
TAUNGGYI, Myanmar
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in...
People light traditional home-made paper lanterns during the annual Tazaungdaing balloon festival in Taunggyi November 19, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
USA-ODDLY/
RTX1U6YI
November 01, 2015
A man rides a tall bike during "Bike Kill 12" in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, October 31, 2015....
New York, USA
A man rides a tall bike during "Bike Kill 12" in the Brooklyn borough of New York City
A man rides a tall bike during "Bike Kill 12" in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, October 31, 2015. "Bike Kill" is an annual gathering of builders and riders of home-made bicycles that culminates in a tall bike jousting competition. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSJ8
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIR
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIQ
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIO
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIN
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIM
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIK
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSII
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIH
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIF
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSID
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIA
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSI9
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
RUSSIA-TRADE/LAMY
RTS2EV5
September 30, 2015
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters...
Moscow, Russia
Former WTO head Lamy speaks during interview at Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow, Russia, September 30, 2015. Russia's push to boost sales of homegrown products while imports are hit by sanctions will be economically damaging if past experience is any guide, Lamy said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-TRADE/LAMY
RTS2EV4
September 30, 2015
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters...
Moscow, Russia
Former WTO head Lamy speaks during interview at Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow, Russia, September 30, 2015. Russia's push to boost sales of homegrown products while imports are hit by sanctions will be economically damaging if past experience is any guide, Lamy said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
RUSSIA-TRADE/LAMY
RTS2EV1
September 30, 2015
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters...
Moscow, Russia
Former WTO head Lamy speaks during interview at Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow
Pascal Lamy, former World Trade Organization Director-General, speaks during an interview at the Reuters Russia Investment summit in Moscow, Russia, September 30, 2015. Russia's push to boost sales of homegrown products while imports are hit by sanctions will be economically damaging if past experience is any guide, Lamy said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
COLOMBIA-ODDLY/
RTX1RDVG
September 06, 2015
Participants descend a hill on a homemade cart during the 26th Roller Cart Festival in Medellin, Colombia...
Medellin, Colombia
Participants descend a hill on a homemade cart during the 26th Roller Cart Festival in Medellin
Participants descend a hill on a homemade cart during the 26th Roller Cart Festival in Medellin, Colombia September 6, 2015. REUTERS/Fredy Builes
JORDAN-SOAPBOX-COMPETITION/
RTX1R51F
September 04, 2015
A competitor wearing a mask poses with his homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the...
Amman, Jordan
Competitor wearing a mask poses with his homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the Red...
A competitor wearing a mask poses with his homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Amman, Jordan September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-SOAPBOX-COMPETITION/
RTX1R51E
September 04, 2015
Competitors check their homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the Red Bull Soapbox Race...
Amman, Jordan
Competitors check their homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the Red Bull Soapbox Race...
Competitors check their homemade vehicle without an engine before the start of the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Amman, Jordan September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-SOAPBOX-COMPETITION/
RTX1R51D
September 04, 2015
A competitor crashes while driving his homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during...
Amman, Jordan
Competitor crashes while driving his homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the...
A competitor crashes while driving his homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Amman, Jordan September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-SOAPBOX-COMPETITION/
RTX1R50O
September 04, 2015
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the...
Amman, Jordan
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the...
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Amman, Jordan September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-SOAPBOX-COMPETITION/
RTX1R503
September 04, 2015
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the...
Amman, Jordan
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the...
People watch a competitor riding a homemade vehicle without an engine on a 300-metre-track during the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Amman, Jordan September 4, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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