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USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9SB3M
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, puts a protective mask on while departing...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, puts a protective mask on while departing a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9SB3O
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, puts a protective mask on while departing...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, puts a protective mask on while departing a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S7M0
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, gestures prior to a U.S. Senate Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, gestures prior to a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S7K0
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, arrives to a U.S. Senate Budget Committee...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, arrives to a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5S3
February 25, 2021
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) listens as Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) listens as Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5R3
February 25, 2021
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) listens as Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) listens as Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5OP
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5OQ
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5OO
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
USA-SENATE/WAGES
RTX9S5ON
February 25, 2021
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-V.T.), Chairman of the Budget Committee, speaks during a U.S. Senate Budget Committee hearing regarding wages at large corporations on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. February 25, 2021. Stefani Reynolds/Pool via REUTERS
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TEXAS-FUNERAL HOME
RTX9I11R
February 18, 2021
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wears a protective face-mask as he...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: 'I just ask God to help me': Texas funeral home crushed by death as U.S. COVID toll...
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wears a protective face-mask as he poses for a portrait while making preparations ahead of a funeral, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Houston, Texas, U.S., February 2, 2021. As the virus showed no sign of releasing its grip and deaths mounted over the summer and in the fall, exhausted workers at Pryority Funeral Experience fell ill while others quit. "People quit because they mentally can't handle it," Pryor said. "I pray God, - just give me strength... I want to run away right now, to be honest ... I'm concerned about myself breaking down so I just ask God to help me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "FUNERALS O'HARE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TEXAS-FUNERAL HOME
RTX9I11M
February 18, 2021
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wheels the casket of Dwight Morgan,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: 'I just ask God to help me': Texas funeral home crushed by death as U.S. COVID toll...
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wheels the casket of Dwight Morgan, 52, who died from complications from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), to the plot where he will be buried at Earthman Resthaven Cemetery in Houston, Texas, U.S., February 2, 2021. As the virus showed no sign of releasing its grip and deaths mounted over the summer and in the fall, exhausted workers at Pryority Funeral Experience fell ill while others quit. "People quit because they mentally can't handle it," Pryor said. "I pray God, - just give me strength... I want to run away right now, to be honest ... I'm concerned about myself breaking down so I just ask God to help me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "FUNERALS O'HARE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TEXAS-FUNERAL HOME
RTX9I11I
February 18, 2021
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, picks up an outfit that a person who...
SAN FELIPE, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: 'I just ask God to help me': Texas funeral home crushed by death as U.S. COVID toll...
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, picks up an outfit that a person who died of causes unrelated to COVID-19, will wear to their funeral, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in San Felipe, Texas, U.S., February 12, 2021. As the virus showed no sign of releasing its grip and deaths mounted over the summer and in the fall, exhausted workers at Pryority Funeral Experience fell ill while others quit. "People quit because they mentally can't handle it," Pryor said. "I pray God, - just give me strength... I want to run away right now, to be honest ... I'm concerned about myself breaking down so I just ask God to help me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "FUNERALS O'HARE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TEXAS-FUNERAL HOME
RTX9I11D
February 18, 2021
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wears a protective face mask as he...
Houston, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: 'I just ask God to help me': Texas funeral home crushed by death as U.S. COVID toll...
Chuck Pryor, the funeral director of Pryority Funeral Experience, wears a protective face mask as he picks up the body of a person who died of causes unrelated to COVID-19, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Houston, Texas, U.S., February 12, 2021. As the virus showed no sign of releasing its grip and deaths mounted over the summer and in the fall, exhausted workers at Pryority Funeral Experience fell ill while others quit. "People quit because they mentally can't handle it," Pryor said. "I pray God, - just give me strength... I want to run away right now, to be honest ... I'm concerned about myself breaking down so I just ask God to help me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "FUNERALS O'HARE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX97LHS
February 12, 2021
Actor Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actor Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX97LB4
February 12, 2021
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX97KSA
February 12, 2021
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Carnival celebrations cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
Actress Dandara Machado Abreu, 32, wears a costume which she would wear during the Carnival celebrations which would be held from February 12 until February 17, but were cancelled due the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil February 11, 2021. "Actually I haven't accepted that we won't have the carnival yet, I think it is so sad, all this process, the pandemic, culminating in not having Carnival makes the sadness even bigger" Abreu said. Picture taken February 11, 2021. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/CHINA-MIGRANTS
RTX972PA
February 12, 2021
Wang Yunxia, 30, and her husband Yang Nianlian, 33, who are migrant workers, go shopping ahead of the...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: 'I've let them down': Beijing's migrant workers miss family reunions on Lunar New Year...
Wang Yunxia, 30, and her husband Yang Nianlian, 33, who are migrant workers, go shopping ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Beijing, China, February 10, 2021. "(Not being with family) I am feeling a sense of loss, something which should’ve been here yet is not, " Yunxia said. "Without my family and daughter around, I don’t feel like doing anything. But still, it's New Year's Eve. We should to celebrate it anyway. " REUTERS/Tingshu Wang SEARCH "MIGRANTS WANG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y8FQ
February 05, 2021
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y82Y
February 05, 2021
A female dancer walks off stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer walks the stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
A female dancer walks off stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y81G
February 05, 2021
An employee wearing a protective face mask counts money at the entrance to the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
An employee wearing a protective face mask counts money at the entrance to the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's...
An employee wearing a protective face mask counts money at the entrance to the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7NP
February 05, 2021
Carlos Gonzalez, managing partner of the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub, counts money ahead of...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
Carlos Gonzalez, managing partner of the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub, counts money ahead of...
Carlos Gonzalez, managing partner of the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub, counts money ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7K7
February 05, 2021
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Female dancers walk on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' and Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7IQ
February 05, 2021
A patron shows money ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A patron shows money ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of...
A patron shows money ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7IP
February 05, 2021
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7IK
February 05, 2021
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Protective face masks are seen on a stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7EE
February 05, 2021
A patron has his temperature checked ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A patron has his temperature checked ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the...
A patron has his temperature checked ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y7D5
February 05, 2021
The remnants of a kiss is seen on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
The remnants of a kiss is seen on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
The remnants of a kiss is seen on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 5, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y799
February 05, 2021
A social distancing warning is posted on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A social distancing warning is posted on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl...
A social distancing warning is posted on a mirror ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentleman's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y79B
February 05, 2021
A female dancer holds her purse ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer holds her purse ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing...
A female dancer holds her purse ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y796
February 05, 2021
A female dancer wears a protective face mask ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer wears a protective face mask ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid...
A female dancer wears a protective face mask ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y78V
February 05, 2021
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL'...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL'...
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y78U
February 05, 2021
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL'...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL'...
A female dancer wears a protective face mask while on stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-FLORIDA
RTX8Y744
February 05, 2021
A female dancer waits for her time to enter the stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
A female dancer waits for her time to enter the stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super...
A female dancer waits for her time to enter the stage ahead of the Tampa Bay area weekend NFL' Super Bowl LV amid the ongoing spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Oz Ladies' & Gentlemen's Nightclub in Clearwater, Florida, February 4, 2021. Picture taken February 4, 2021. Oz nightclub owner Paul Scagnelli said "This Covid Super Bowl hasn't brought in nearly as much as the previous Super Bowl in Tampa in 2009. I feel without the Covid we would be at least 50 per cent busier than we are now." REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
RUSSIA-POLITICS/NAVALNY-PROTESTS
RTX8UWKH
February 02, 2021
Law enforcement officers detain a protester during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader...
Saint Petersburg, Russia
A participant holds a placard during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny...
Law enforcement officers detain a protester during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for violating the terms of his parole, in Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2, 2021. A placard reads: "Mum, I don't like the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN)". REUTERS/Anton Vaganov TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-POLITICS/NAVALNY-PROTESTS
RTX8UWF7
February 02, 2021
A participant holds a placard during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny,...
Saint Petersburg, Russia
A participant holds a placard during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny...
A participant holds a placard during a demonstration in support of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for violating the terms of his parole, in Saint Petersburg, Russia February 2, 2021. A placard reads: "Mum, I don't like the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN)". REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-WASHINGTON
RTS3L737
January 27, 2021
Staff Sgt. Cory Hoveskeland of the Air National Guard administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Gary Adkins...
Ridgefield, UNITED STATES
National Guard personnel guide visitors to a mass vaccination site in Ridgefield
Staff Sgt. Cory Hoveskeland of the Air National Guard administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Gary Adkins of Ridgefield at a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) mass vaccination site at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds in Ridgefield, Washington, U.S. January 27, 2021. "I didn't even feel it," said Adkins. REUTERS/Alisha Jucevic
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT2D
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, sits outside her home with her husband Suna Jani, 15-year-old daughter...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, sits outside her home with her husband Suna Jani, 15-year-old daughter Rajani and 10-year-old son Sujeet, a day before receiving the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 15, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT28
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, speaks to one of her patients who is pregnant, before travelling to...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, speaks to one of her patients who is pregnant, before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1L
January 25, 2021
Ramishi, 13, whose mother Reena Jani, is a health worker scheduled to receive the vaccine developed by...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Ramishi, 13, whose mother Reena Jani, is a health worker scheduled to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, tries to find signal on her phone so she can ring her mother the day before Jani is vaccinated, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 15, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1K
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, cooks a meal before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, cooks a meal before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, at her home in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1F
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, gets ready at her home before travelling to Mathalput Community Health...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, gets ready at her home before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1D
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, washes her utensils before travelling to Mathalput Community Health...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, washes her utensils before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1B
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, puts on a protective face mask as she gets ready to travel to Mathalput...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, puts on a protective face mask as she gets ready to travel to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT1A
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, gets ready to leave her home before travelling to Mathalput Community...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, gets ready to leave her home before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VACCINE-DELIVERY
RTX8OT0B
January 25, 2021
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, cooks a meal before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre...
KORAPUT, India
The Wider Image: The 1,700km journey to deliver coronavirus vaccine to India's rural health workers
Reena Jani, 34, a health worker, cooks a meal before travelling to Mathalput Community Health Centre to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, at her home in Pendajam village in Koraput, India, January 16, 2021. Jani became an accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker, a lynchpin of India's rural healthcare system, around seven years ago. She helps to monitor pregnant women in her village of 500 people, and helps with malaria tests and doles out basic medication for fever and diarrhoea. The main breadwinner for her family of five, Jani draws a monthly salary of 3,000 rupees ($41), helping put her two daughters and one son through school. When she first learned she was to be vaccinated, Jani said she wasn't worried. Then she heard a rumour. "Someone told me that people are fainting, they are developing fever and some are dying after taking the injection," she said. "That is why I was frightened." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI OXFORD/ASTRAZENECA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-TRUMP/IMAGES
RTX8NFIU
January 19, 2021
U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes 11-years-old Frank Giaccio as he cuts the Rose Garden grass at the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A Picture and its Story: Protests, rallies and two impeachments: Trump's presidency in photographs
U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes 11-years-old Frank Giaccio as he cuts the Rose Garden grass at the White House in Washington, U.S., September 15, 2017. Carlos Barria: "Once in a while I have the chance to witness a natural, unscripted moment. During a typical morning in September, I got the announcement that the White House Pool would gather by the door of the Rose Garden for a photo opportunity. As it happened, President Donald Trump was planning to surprise 11-year-old Frank Giaccio - a youngster who wrote a letter to Trump offering to mow the White House lawn. Giaccio had then been invited to work for a day at the White House alongside National Park Service staff. As we waited for Trump to show up I saw that Giaccio was very focused on this job trying to cut the grass in straight lines, and not paying much attention to the group of journalists, photographers and cameramen milling around the garden. Suddenly, from the other side of a hedge, wearing his signature long, red tie, President Trump made his appearance. As Trump approached, he began shouting to the boy above the noise of the lawnmower, but it was too loud and Giaccio was so focused on his job that he never noticed Trump. He walked right past, pushing the machine. Trump paused for a second and walked to the end of the lawn to talk to Giaccio, but again, the boy didn't stop mowing the grass. He kept going until his father rushed onto the scene to grab his attention, and then he finally stopped to greet Trump." REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo SEARCH "PHOTOGRAPHERS TRUMP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
USA-TRUMP/IMAGES
RTX8NFIP
January 19, 2021
U.S. President Donald Trump departs after speaking about the 2020 U.S. presidential election results...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A Picture and its Story: Protests, rallies and two impeachments: Trump's presidency in photographs
U.S. President Donald Trump departs after speaking about the 2020 U.S. presidential election results in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., November 5, 2020. Carlos Barria: "As the entire country waited for the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential elections, tensions were building at the White House. I was on duty as a member of the press pool on Nov. 5, two days after Election Day and without a declared winner, when it was announced that President Donald Trump was going to deliver remarks in the White House briefing room. Only a small number of people are authorized to be in the briefing room during the global pandemic. The president walked in, carrying a folder with some notes for his remarks. 'If you count the legal votes, I easily win,' Trump said in his first public appearance since election night. 'They're trying to rig an election, and we can't let that happen.' Then he abruptly left the room without taking any questions from reporters. I had him in my frame using my telephoto lens as he approached the exit, and I followed him in that tight frame as he put his arm around a column. I shot that gesture. He was holding onto the column which I interpreted as him wanting to stay for another four years." REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo SEARCH "PHOTOGRAPHERS TRUMP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
USA-TRUMP/IMAGES
RTX8NFIE
January 19, 2021
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (bottom L) watches as police remove a protester (R)...
Albuquerque, UNITED STATES
A Picture and its Story: Protests, rallies and two impeachments: Trump's presidency in photographs
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (bottom L) watches as police remove a protester (R) as he holds a rally with supporters in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S. May 24, 2016. Jonathan Ernst: "This picture is from a rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on his first road swing with a travelling press contingent. When the woman in this picture began to protest, Trump stopped speaking and turned around to watch. As she resisted her removal by police officers, her clothes were being torn from her. I didn't witness anyone come to her aid to help protect her modesty, but many people were taking pictures and video. As I snapped this frame, one onlooker's camera flash went off and lit the chaotic scene around her." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo SEARCH "PHOTOGRAPHERS TRUMP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NE91
January 19, 2021
Among the young sumo wrestlers lifting weights in the ring, 10-year-old Kyuta Kumagai stands out. At...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: 4,000 calories on the menu for 10-year-old sumo in training
Among the young sumo wrestlers lifting weights in the ring, 10-year-old Kyuta Kumagai stands out. At 85 kilograms (187 lb), Kyuta is twice the size of the other children his age and is so dominant that he wrestles, and beats, boys five or six years older. Last year, he was crowned the under-10 world champion, beating out competition from as far afield as the United Kingdom and Ukraine. His training regime, devised by his father Taisuke, is relentless. He trains six days a week, either at his local sumo club or lifting weights. He also swims and practices track and field to build up the flexibility and explosive quickness needed for sumo wrestling. Kyuta has been on the programme since his father entered him in a tournament while still in kindergarten. "I didn't teach him anything, he could do various things naturally," said Taisuke, a former amateur sumo. "There is a talent for sumo and he has that talent. He won the tournament. I thought he may have something special." A shy boy of few words, Kyuta's motivations are simple. "It is fun to beat people older than me." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES Matching text: SUMO-JAPAN/KID
USA-BIDEN/INAUGURATION
RTX8NBE0
January 19, 2021
An artist from the nonprofit P.A.I.N.T.S. Institute, works on a mural of U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's Inauguration
An artist from the nonprofit P.A.I.N.T.S. Institute, works on a mural of U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on Martin Luther King Day in Washington, U.S., January 18, 2021. REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAWP
January 18, 2021
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which his father organized at the Buddhist temple Joshin-ji in Tokyo, Japan, September 2, 2020. "I didn?t teach him anything, he could do various things naturally," said Taisuke, a former amateur sumo wrestler. "There is a talent for sumo and he has that talent." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAWK
January 18, 2021
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which his father organized at the Buddhist temple Joshin-ji in Tokyo, Japan, September 2, 2020. "I don't do gambling (at a casino). Instead, I'm betting everything on this," said Taisuke. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAWJ
January 18, 2021
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practices sumo with his father Taisuke, 50, during a one-on-one training session which his father organized at the Buddhist temple Joshin-ji in Tokyo, Japan, September 2, 2020. "I think he is managing to make time for himself and I think he has time to play with his friends," explained Taisuke. "I don't think it is too much pressure." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAWD
January 18, 2021
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, trains on a Dohyo, a traditional ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held, at Komatsuryu...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, trains on a Dohyo, a traditional ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held, at Komatsuryu Sumo Club in Tokyo, Japan, December 6, 2020. "Sumo training is something you don't describe with words like 'enjoy'," Kyuta said. "When it became tough? I have thought about (quitting) sometimes." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAW3
January 18, 2021
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practises sumo on a Dohyo, a traditional ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held,...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, practises sumo on a Dohyo, a traditional ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held, at Komatsuryu Sumo Club in Tokyo, Japan, December 6, 2020. "Sumo training is something you don't describe with words like 'enjoy'," Kyuta said. "When it became tough? I have thought about (quitting) sometimes." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SUMO-JAPAN/KID
RTX8NAW2
January 18, 2021
Among the young sumo wrestlers lifting weights in the ring, 10-year-old Kyuta Kumagai stands out. At...
Tokyo, Japan
The Wider Image: Meet Kyuta: the 10-year-old, 85-kilo sumo in training
Among the young sumo wrestlers lifting weights in the ring, 10-year-old Kyuta Kumagai stands out. At 85 kilograms (187 lb), Kyuta is twice the size of the other children his age and is so dominant that he wrestles, and beats, boys five or six years older. Last year, he was crowned the under-10 world champion, beating out competition from as far afield as the United Kingdom and Ukraine. His training regime, devised by his father Taisuke, is relentless. He trains six days a week, either at his local sumo club or lifting weights. He also swims and practices track and field to build up the flexibility and explosive quickness needed for sumo wrestling. Kyuta has been on the programme since his father entered him in a tournament while still in kindergarten. "I didn't teach him anything, he could do various things naturally," said Taisuke, a former amateur sumo. "There is a talent for sumo and he has that talent. He won the tournament. I thought he may have something special." A shy boy of few words, Kyuta's motivations are simple. "It is fun to beat people older than me." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON SUMO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. Matching text: SUMO-JAPAN/KID
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRAZIL
RTX8MOJW
January 16, 2021
An image of Brazil's map and a person wearing a presidential sash with a knee on the Amazonas state with...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Sao Paulo
An image of Brazil's map and a person wearing a presidential sash with a knee on the Amazonas state with the phrase "I can't breathe" is projected on a building during a protest against President Jair Bolsonaro and his policies for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak and Manaus' health crisis at Consolacao neighbourhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INDIA-SUNDARBANS
RTX8M7LZ
January 13, 2021
Parul Haldar, 39, whose husband died in a tiger attack during a fishing trip deep inside the forest,...
SATJELIA, India
The Wider Image: Tigers attack as Indians are forced into forests by climate change
Parul Haldar, 39, whose husband died in a tiger attack during a fishing trip deep inside the forest, poses for a photograph as she rows her boat past small mangrove trees encircling the island of Satjelia in the Sundarbans, India, November 21, 2020. "If I don't go to the jungle, I won't have enough food to eat," said Haldar who travels deeper into the forests twice a month to catch crabs, rowing six hours on a rickety boat along with her mother and staying in the undergrowth for several days. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "FADNAVIS SUNDARBANS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INDIA-SUNDARBANS
RTX8M7LX
January 13, 2021
Parul Haldar, 39, whose husband died in a tiger attack during a fishing trip deep inside the forest,...
SATJELIA, India
The Wider Image: Tigers attack as Indians are forced into forests by climate change
Parul Haldar, 39, whose husband died in a tiger attack during a fishing trip deep inside the forest, reacts while sorting out fish that was laid out in a net by her family, on the island of Satjelia in the Sundarbans, India, November 20, 2020. "If I don't go to the jungle, I won't have enough food to eat," said Haldar who travels deeper into the forests twice a month to catch crabs, rowing six hours on a rickety boat along with her mother and staying in the undergrowth for several days. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "FADNAVIS SUNDARBANS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
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