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USA-BIDEN/STUDENT LOAN
RTSANPWL 
August 24, 2022 
U.S. President Joe Biden gestures as he responds to a question about whether he had any advance notice... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Biden delivers remarks on student loan debt relief plan at the White House in Washington... 
U.S. President Joe Biden gestures as he responds to a question about whether he had any advance notice of the FBI's plan to search former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago saying " I didn't have any advance notice, none, zero, not one single bit" after making remarks about forgiving federal student loan debt with U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona at his side in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-BIDEN/STUDENT LOAN
RTSANPUZ 
August 24, 2022 
U.S. President Joe Biden gestures as he responds to a question about whether he had any advance notice... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Biden delivers remarks on student loan debt relief plan at the White House in Washington... 
U.S. President Joe Biden gestures as he responds to a question about whether he had any advance notice of the FBI's plan to search former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago saying " I didn't have any advance notice, none, zero, not one single bit" after making remarks about forgiving federal student loan debt with U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona at his side in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., August 24, 2022. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E9OK 
January 10, 2022 
Students enter the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school on the day classes restart as... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
Students enter the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school on the day classes restart as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E9LP 
January 10, 2022 
A woman wears a mask on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
A woman wears a mask on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E9GF 
January 10, 2022 
A woman stands in a corridor on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
A woman stands in a corridor on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E9EZ 
January 10, 2022 
Students sit in a classroom on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
Students sit in a classroom on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E9C4 
January 10, 2022 
Students use computers on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
Students use computers on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E989 
January 10, 2022 
Students sit in a classroom on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
Students sit in a classroom on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E988 
January 10, 2022 
A man sitting in a classroom uses a computer on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I.... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
A man sitting in a classroom uses a computer on the day classes restart at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ITALY-SCHOOLS
RTS4E96B 
January 10, 2022 
Students sit in a classroom as they resume classes at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary... 
Rome, Italy 
Students return to school in Italy as COVID-19 cases surge 
Students sit in a classroom as they resume classes at the I.T.C Di Vittorio - I.T.I. Lattanzio secondary school as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases surge across the country and with new rules in place as part of the government's efforts to maintain in-person learning, in Rome, Italy, January 10, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/GIRLS-EDUCATION
RTXJFBTX 
October 26, 2021 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student attends a class in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 26, 2021.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
The Wider Image: Dreams on hold: Afghan girls and women are desperate to get back to class 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student attends a class in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 26, 2021. The hardline Islamist Taliban movement, which stormed to power earlier this year after ousting the Western-backed government, has allowed all boys and younger girls back to class, but has not let girls attend secondary school. "I'm in the 4th grade. I want to be a doctor, but if in two years' time I am not be allowed to continue my studies like my sister, I won't be able to fulfil my dream," said Hadia. "That already scares me." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA EDUCATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/GIRLS-EDUCATION
RTXJFBTU 
October 26, 2021 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student, solves a mathematical equation on a whiteboard in a classroom... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
The Wider Image: Dreams on hold: Afghan girls and women are desperate to get back to class 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student, solves a mathematical equation on a whiteboard in a classroom in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 26, 2021. The hardline Islamist Taliban movement, which stormed to power earlier this year after ousting the Western-backed government, has allowed all boys and younger girls back to class, but has not let girls attend secondary school. "I'm in the 4th grade. I want to be a doctor, but if in two years' time I am not be allowed to continue my studies like my sister, I won't be able to fulfil my dream," said Hadia. "That already scares me." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA EDUCATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/GIRLS-EDUCATION
RTXJFBTY 
October 25, 2021 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student attends a class in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 25, 2021.... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
The Wider Image: Dreams on hold: Afghan girls and women are desperate to get back to class 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student attends a class in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 25, 2021. The hardline Islamist Taliban movement, which stormed to power earlier this year after ousting the Western-backed government, has allowed all boys and younger girls back to class, but has not let girls attend secondary school. "I'm in the 4th grade. I want to be a doctor, but if in two years' time I am not be allowed to continue my studies like my sister, I won't be able to fulfil my dream," said Hadia. "That already scares me." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA EDUCATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/GIRLS-EDUCATION
RTXJFBQL 
October 25, 2021 
Hadia (Centre), 10, a 4th grade primary school student, leaves school after a class in Kabul, Afghanistan,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
The Wider Image: Dreams on hold: Afghan girls and women are desperate to get back to class 
Hadia (Centre), 10, a 4th grade primary school student, leaves school after a class in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 25, 2021. The hardline Islamist Taliban movement, which stormed to power earlier this year after ousting the Western-backed government, has allowed all boys and younger girls back to class, but has not let girls attend secondary school. "I'm in the 4th grade. I want to be a doctor, but if in two years' time I am not be allowed to continue my studies like my sister, I won't be able to fulfil my dream," said Hadia. "That already scares me." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA EDUCATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/GIRLS-EDUCATION
RTXJFBTS 
October 20, 2021 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student, walks back from school through an alleyway near her home... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
The Wider Image: Dreams on hold: Afghan girls and women are desperate to get back to class 
Hadia, 10, a 4th grade primary school student, walks back from school through an alleyway near her home in Kabul, Afghanistan, October 20, 2021. The hardline Islamist Taliban movement, which stormed to power earlier this year after ousting the Western-backed government, has allowed all boys and younger girls back to class, but has not let girls attend secondary school. "I'm in the 4th grade. I want to be a doctor, but if in two years' time I am not be allowed to continue my studies like my sister, I won't be able to fulfil my dream," said Hadia. "That already scares me." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA EDUCATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
CHILE-TECHNOLOGY/SPACEX
RTXFVO2X 
August 06, 2021 
Carlos Guerrero, 40, with his son Diego, 7, start their journey to John F Kennedy School in the village... 
SOTOMO, Chile 
The Wider Image: Elon Musk's satellites beam internet into Chilean boy's life 
Carlos Guerrero, 40, with his son Diego, 7, start their journey to John F Kennedy School in the village of Sotomo, outside the town of Cochamo, Los Lagos region, Chile, August 6, 2021. Picture taken August 6, 2021. Carlos takes Diego to school daily by boat, often battling wind and rain to get him there. "I didn't have the option of going to school so you do it whatever the conditions, good or bad weather or pandemic, even if it's difficult," he said. Using tablets provided by the education ministry, the school's seven pupils can now tap into online learning material, watch films, do virtual museum visits and try out video calls to children in other schools. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza SEARCH "SOTOMO SANHUEZA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTXZO 
May 16, 2021 
High school senior Megan Bickford, 17, dances at her prom in Harrison, Maine, U.S., May 15, 2021. Prom... 
Harrison, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
High school senior Megan Bickford, 17, dances at her prom in Harrison, Maine, U.S., May 15, 2021. Prom was held outdoors under tents, with students wearing masks. Bickford, who was raised in a liberal family, said she grew increasingly alarmed when she saw Confederate flags pop up on porches or vehicles northwest of Portland, where she and her family live. "I feel like if we had a more normal four years I probably wouldn't be as loud," she said. "I'm growing up in that political climate where it seems like if you don't scream, the other side won't hear you." REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY03 
May 15, 2021 
High school senior Megan Bickford (L), 17, is watched by her sister Joanna (2nd L) and her friends Olivia... 
Paris, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
High school senior Megan Bickford (L), 17, is watched by her sister Joanna (2nd L) and her friends Olivia Gallan (C), Logan Keane (2nd R) and Emma Adler, as Megan puts on make-up for her prom in Paris, Maine, U.S., May 15, 2021. "I do (like putting on make-up), I don't do it often but I think it's fun,” Megan said about getting ready for prom. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTXBI5PJ 
April 15, 2021 
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old... 
TAL-QROQQ, Malta 
The Wider Image: The first photo I ever took of my daughter, and the last 
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old cancer patient, as Rebecca takes part in an online computer studies lesson in her room at Rainbow Ward in Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre at Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta, June 1, 2020. Rebecca's pleas for online education for ill children to continue post COVID-19 caught the attention of the national media and the authorities. "Once online school became real, I actually found studying fun! I hadn't studied in months because I never felt up to just reading the notes my friends had given me. I feel that joining some of the lessons, after being out of school for so long, made my teachers, friends and myself very happy!" said Rebecca at the time. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTXZV 
April 04, 2021 
Jamari Prim, 18, loads backpacks, which he will distribute to the homeless, into his car in Raleigh,... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
Jamari Prim, 18, loads backpacks, which he will distribute to the homeless, into his car in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S., April 4, 2021. After graduating a semester early from high school, Prim took classes at a community college. He will enroll at Winston-Salem State University in the fall. He plans to study sociology and justice, and he wants to one day open a youth community center. For the past two years he has been working as a youth mentor. "It feels like the need to have purpose-driven studies has been forced upon us," Prim said. "I can't not see the injustice that is around me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY09 
April 03, 2021 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college,... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college, relaxes with his teammates ahead of their step competition at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S., April 3, 2021. After graduating a semester early from high school, Prim took classes at a community college. He will enroll at Winston-Salem State University in the fall. He plans to study sociology and justice, and he wants to one day open a youth community center. For the past two years he has been working as a youth mentor. "It feels like the need to have purpose-driven studies has been forced upon us," Prim said. "I can't not see the injustice that is around me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIESTPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTY02 
April 03, 2021 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college,... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college, relaxes with his teammates ahead of their step competition at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S., April 3, 2021. After graduating a semester early from high school, Prim took classes at a community college. He will enroll at Winston-Salem State University in the fall. He plans to study sociology and justice, and he wants to one day open a youth community center. For the past two years he has been working as a youth mentor. "It feels like the need to have purpose-driven studies has been forced upon us," Prim said. "I can't not see the injustice that is around me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIESTPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-SCHOOLS/CLASS OF 2021
RTXCTXZU 
April 03, 2021 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college,... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Meet the U.S. students confronting racism, injustice and a pandemic 
Jamari Prim, 18, who graduated a semester early and began taking classes at a local community college, dances with his teammates following their step competition at Sanderson High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S., April 3, 2021. Prim will enroll at Winston-Salem State University in the fall. He plans to study sociology and justice, and he wants to one day open a youth community center. For the past two years he has been working as a youth mentor. "It feels like the need to have purpose-driven studies has been forced upon us," Prim said. "I can't not see the injustice that is around me." REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare SEARCH "CLASS OF 2021" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20MR 
February 05, 2021 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, studies on his laptop during the electricity cut at the student residence where he temporarily lives in Niteroi, Brazil, February 4, 2021. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. For months, Luther was reading at night by candlelight in Niteroi, across the bay from campus, where his student residence often lacked power. He charged his phone and laptop at work and used them to study until his street-sweeping shift from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer" Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20QV 
February 04, 2021 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, has breakfast with a friend at the student residence where he temporarily lives, in Niteroi, Brazil, February 4, 2021. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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 
GLOBAL-POY/2021
RTXKRX6K 
January 18, 2021 
Kyuta Kumagai, 10, trains on a Dohyo, a traditional ring in which sumo wrestling bouts are held, at Komatsuryu... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Pictures of the Year 
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/File Photo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "GLOBAL POY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2021 PACKAGES. 
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
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 
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 
PHILIPPINES-EDUCATION/
RTX8KR9W 
January 06, 2021 
College students Jenebyl Cipres, 19, Almer Acuno, 21, Jester Rafon, 20, and Rosemine Gonzaga, 19, work... 
Laguna, Philippines 
The Wider Image: Mountain trekking to catch a signal - meet the Philippine students determined to study... 
College students Jenebyl Cipres, 19, Almer Acuno, 21, Jester Rafon, 20, and Rosemine Gonzaga, 19, work on online worksheets in a hut on a mountain, as their community does not have enough signal for internet connection, following the suspension of physical classes during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Sitio Papatahan, Paete, Laguna, Philippines, October 22, 2020. "I always fear I wouldn't be able to follow along to our lessons compared to my classmates who are in a better situation, in a more comfortable environment. I'm not jealous because I'm used to this way of living. I'm just scared to be left behind," said Rafon. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez SEARCH "LOPEZ SCHOOL ONLINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
PHILIPPINES-EDUCATION/
RTX8KR9D 
January 06, 2021 
Lovely Joy De Castro, 11, a grade 5 student, takes part in an online class using a smartphone, as schools... 
Makati, Philippines 
The Wider Image: Mountain trekking to catch a signal - meet the Philippine students determined to study... 
Lovely Joy De Castro, 11, a grade 5 student, takes part in an online class using a smartphone, as schools remain closed during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, while her grandmother and aunt prepare chickens to be sold to visitors at the Manila South Cemetery where they live in a makeshift home in Makati City, Philippines, November 6, 2020. "I know we haven't given her enough guidance with school," said Castro's grandmother Angeline Delos Santos, "but if we don't take care of our business, we would have nothing to feed the kids." REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez SEARCH "LOPEZ SCHOOL ONLINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GEN-Z
RTX8I31K 
December 24, 2020 
Xiong Feng, 22, a dancer, poses for a photograph on a street in Wuhan, Hubei province, China, December... 
Wuhan, China 
The Wider Image: Scarred by 2020, Gen Z looks to a COVID-free future 
Xiong Feng, 22, a dancer, poses for a photograph on a street in Wuhan, Hubei province, China, December 14, 2020. Xiong teaches Wuhan's only class in Voguing, a highly stylized dance form popularised in U.S. gay and transgender communities in the late 1980s. Wuhan's surprise 76-day lockdown, which cut the city off from the rest of China overnight on Jan. 23, began long before other countries began to feel the pain of the pandemic. Xiong, like many other Gen Z people in Wuhan, saw his life, education and business thrown into turmoil. The pandemic meant he was unable to graduate alongside his classmates, and lockdown meant he lost the opportunity to form tight friendships at a formative time in his life. "I think I've lost some friends. The relationship faded away because we didn't get in touch with each other during the epidemic," he said. Looking forward, Xiong hopes he can still be a trailblazer in the city's growing LGBT dance scene in 2021. His Voguing class has attracted more students since the lockdown was lifted, as people emphasise lifestyle and leisure. "I hope I can establish the first (ballroom event for Vogue dancing) in Wuhan in my spare time. Because I see cities in China like Shanghai and Chengdu have developed a very good ballroom culture, and I believe Wuhan can do it too." REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "GEN-Z COVID-19" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20N0 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, uses his cellphone to take part in an online class for his university, as he holds his dog Mel at his home in Belford Roxo, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20MY 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, kisses his wife Erica Maria da Silva, 32, as she leaves for work, at their home in Belford Roxo near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20MU 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, uses his cellphone to take part in an online class for his university, as he has lunch with his stepdaughter Mirella da Silva, 8, at their home in Belford Roxo, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20JI 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, uses his cellphone to take part in an online class for university, as his wife Erica Maria da Silva, 32, does his hair, at their home in Belford Roxo, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20JF 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, holds his cell phone as he takes part in an online class for his university, at his home in Belford Roxo, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
BRAZIL-RACE/SWEEPER
RTXE20JH 
December 09, 2020 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also... 
BELFORD ROXO, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Scholar by day, street-sweeper by night, one Black man navigates Rio's racial divide... 
Felipe Luther, 37, a scholarship student at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio (PUC-Rio) who also works as a street-sweeper, uses his cellphone to take part in an online class for his university, as he washes the dishes at his home in Belford Roxo, near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 9, 2020. Brazil's educational inequalities have only grown during the pandemic, as remote classes force students to rely on resources at home, widening a gap between the haves and the have-nots. "For my course, which demands a lot of reading, I need a better computer than the one I got. But some people aren't even given a computer," Luther said, noting the array of challenges for disadvantaged students forced to study from home. "Not all phones are good enough for working, and not everyone has a phone ... or enough internet data to download their readings." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BLM OLIVARES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VICTIMS
RTX7Z82Z 
October 01, 2020 
Humera Ulfat, 42, a housewife, shows a picture on her phone of her father Mohammad Ashraf Baba, a shopkeeper,... 
Srinagar, India 
The Wider Image: Indians share the stories of loved ones they lost to the pandemic 
Humera Ulfat, 42, a housewife, shows a picture on her phone of her father Mohammad Ashraf Baba, a shopkeeper, who died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as she poses for a photograph, in Srinagar, September 26, 2020. "It pains me whenever I recall my dad lying on a hospital bed helplessly. Doctors did not fulfil their duty the way that they're supposed to. They never came close to my father to examine him. Eventually he died. Authorities should educate not only the public, but healthcare professionals as well. My father would have been alive, as we speak, had he been given proper medical aid in the hospital. His absence is something that nobody can fill. My life won't be like before, never," said Ulfat. REUTERS/Sanna Irshad Mattoo SEARCH "COVID DEATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/DAUGHTER-CANCER
RTX7YIA6 
September 28, 2020 
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old... 
TAL-QROQQ, Malta 
The Wider Image: The pandemic, a deadly cancer and my 14-year-old daughter 
Nurse Pauline Falzon prepares an intravenous antibiotics infusion for Rebecca Zammit Lupi, a 14-year-old cancer patient, as Rebecca takes part in an online computer studies lesson in her room at Rainbow Ward in Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre at Mater Dei Hospital, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Tal-Qroqq, Malta, June 1, 2020. Rebecca's pleas for online education for ill children to continue post COVID-19 caught the attention of the national media and the authorities. "Once online school became real, I actually found studying fun! I hadn't studied in months because I never felt up to just reading the notes my friends had given me. I feel that joining some of the lessons, after being out of school for so long, made my teachers, friends and myself very happy!" said Rebecca. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi SEARCH "REBECCA LUPI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA-INTERNATIONAL-STUDENTS
RTX7QSQV 
August 20, 2020 
Sunny Gu and his girlfriend Maggie Zhang, international students from China both studying for a Masters... 
Sydney, Australia 
The Wider Image: Chinese students in Australia head home as coronavirus upends study 
Sunny Gu and his girlfriend Maggie Zhang, international students from China both studying for a Masters in Commerce at the University of Sydney, walk through the city centre, after lockdown measures put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak were eased, in Sydney, Australia, August 10, 2020. "It's a little bit frustrating (to) not participate in real life classes," said Zhang. "You can't really talk with the professor or meet new friends. Of course, the tutorials are all online. It doesn't have a feeling of participation. It's not like school, I think." REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AUSTRALIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
ITALY-OLDEST STUDENT/
RTX7MSWW 
July 31, 2020 
Giuseppe Paterno, 96, Italy's oldest student, celebrates after graduating from his undergraduate degree... 
Palermo, Italy 
The Wider Image: Meet Italy's oldest student, surviving WW2 and a pandemic to graduate at 96 
Giuseppe Paterno, 96, Italy's oldest student, celebrates after graduating from his undergraduate degree in history and philosophy during his graduation at the University of Palermo, in Palermo, Italy, July 29, 2020. "I am a normal person, like many others," Paterno said, when asked what it felt like to be graduating so late. "In terms of age I have surpassed all the others but I didn't do it for this." REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane SEARCH "ITALY'S OLDEST STUDENT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ITALY-OLDEST STUDENT/
RTX7MSWV 
July 31, 2020 
Giuseppe Paterno, 96, Italy's oldest student, celebrates with his family after graduating from his undergraduate... 
Palermo, Italy 
The Wider Image: Meet Italy's oldest student, surviving WW2 and a pandemic to graduate at 96 
Giuseppe Paterno, 96, Italy's oldest student, celebrates with his family after graduating from his undergraduate degree in history and philosophy, during his graduation at the University of Palermo, in Palermo, Italy, July 29, 2020. "My project for the future is to devote myself to writing; I want to revisit all the texts I didn't have a chance to explore further. This is my goal," said Paterno. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane SEARCH "ITALY'S OLDEST STUDENT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ITALY-OLDEST STUDENT/
RTX7MSWI 
July 31, 2020 
At 96, Giuseppe Paterno has faced many tests in life - childhood poverty, war and more recently, the... 
Palermo, Italy 
The Wider Image: Meet Italy's oldest student, surviving WW2 and a pandemic to graduate at 96 
At 96, Giuseppe Paterno has faced many tests in life - childhood poverty, war and more recently, the coronavirus pandemic. Now he has sailed through an exam that makes him Italy's oldest university graduate. This week, the former railway worker stepped forward to receive his diploma and the traditional laurel wreath awarded to Italian students when they graduate, applauded by his family, teachers and fellow students more than 70 years his junior. "I am a normal person, like many others," he said, when asked what it felt like to be graduating so late. "In terms of age I have surpassed all the others but I didn't do it for this." Already in his 90s when he enrolled for a degree in History and Philosophy at the University of Palermo, Paterno grew up loving books, but he never had the chance to study. "I said, 'that's it, now or never,' and so in 2017, I decided to enrol," he told Reuters in his apartment in the Sicilian city of Palermo, which he rarely leaves nowadays due to his frailty. "I understood that it was a little late to get a three-year degree but I said to myself 'let's see if I can do it'." On Wednesday, he graduated first in his class with top honours, receiving congratulations from the university chancellor Fabrizio Micari. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "ITALY'S OLDEST STUDENT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. Matching Text: ITALY-OLDEST STUDENT/ 
WOMEN-ANTIVIOLENCE/MEXICO-WORKERS
RTS35F2D 
March 09, 2020 
Miroslava Cisneros, 40, poses for a photo inside her underwear shop in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, Mexico... 
Ecatepec, Mexico 
Miroslava Cisneros, 40, poses for a photo inside her underwear shop in Ecatepec, State of Mexico 
Miroslava Cisneros, 40, poses for a photo inside her underwear shop in Ecatepec, State of Mexico, Mexico March 5, 2020. Cisneros says she didn't believe that by not going to work, things could change, and that she preferred to work at implementing a good education at home. "I was a victim. My daughter was kidnapped for reasons that weren't good, and weren't for money." Picture taken March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso 
GLOBAL-POY/
RTX7BPUV 
December 04, 2019 
Demba, 8, a Koranic student, called a talibe, attends karate training in the courtyard of Maison de la... 
Saint Louis, Senegal 
Pictures of the Year 
Demba, 8, a Koranic student, called a talibe, attends karate training in the courtyard of Maison de la Gare, an organisation that helps talibe street children reintegrate into society, in Saint-Louis, Senegal, February 8, 2019. "My older brother brought me to the daara in Saint-Louis to learn Koran. We don't eat at the daara, they send us to beg. Everyday I have to bring back between 500 and 1000 francs to the marabout (Koranic teacher). If I fail, I'm sent back to the streets and I can only come back after I've collected the right amount. Sometimes I'm forced to spend the night outside," Demba said. "I'm learning karate so I can defend myself from the ones stronger than me. One day my mates from the daara and I were forced to stay out at night. At 6 a.m., a drunk man attacked us and took all the money we collected. I can't forget that. I decided to learn how to defend myself. Maison De la Gare gives me this opportunity. I also want to become a soldier to defend people and help them live in peace," he added. "I no longer feel anything towards my parents and I don't even know if I'm angry at them or not." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo. SEARCH "GLOBAL POY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2019 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/STRIKE-POLAND
RTX7AZH8 
November 29, 2019 
Activists attend an environmental demonstration, part of the Global Climate Strike by "Fridays for Future"... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Global Climate Strike in Warsaw 
Activists attend an environmental demonstration, part of the Global Climate Strike by "Fridays for Future" movement, calling for global strikes on Black Friday, a week ahead of the United Nations' COP25 Climate Change Summit, in Warsaw, Poland November 29, 2019. The placard reads "Why should I learn when you don't listen to the educated". REUTERS/Kacper Pempel 
IRAQ-PROTESTS/YOUTH
RTX78TZO 
November 14, 2019 
Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government... 
Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government protests in Baghdad, Iraq, November 5, 2019. Picture taken November 5, 2019. "We are only carrying flags, we don't have anything else in our hands. But they keep hitting us -- we've had at least seven martyrs here. (...) I want my rights, we are being oppressed. We have nothing: no schools, no decent hospitals, no riches for the people. They only know how to steal -- and they steal from us, leaving us with nothing. We are only asking for education and health. We have to get rid of the corrupt ones. Without that, there's no solution. We want a civil state -- we don't want corrupt parties and corrupt politicians. I want these youths to govern us. If we don't execute these corrupt officials, then we won't succeed." he said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLEMENT
RTS2OQQ1 
September 01, 2019 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to students as he stands in front of a banner depicting... 
Elkana, Palestinian Territories 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to students as he stands in front of a banner depicting... 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to students as he stands in front of a banner depicting his late brother Yonatan “Yoni” Netanyahu, during a dedication ceremony at Ort Samaria Ulpana school in the Jewish settlement of Elkana in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 1, 2019. The Hebrew writing is a quote from Yonatan Netanyahu and it reads "I believe that life essentially isn't a collection of hours and days between a person's birth and death, but rather, the content crafted within it " REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
USA-IMMIGRATION/RETURNS
RTS2NB8U 
August 21, 2019 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, embraces her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, as they finish eating... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
The Wider Image: U.S. government funds free rides from Mexico for migrants 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, embraces her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, as they finish eating at a restaurant after they were sent by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to Mexico from the U.S. under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), in Tijuana, Mexico, July 21, 2019. Acosta's husband and her youngest daughter managed to stay in the United States. "It was a family dream to cross and stay in the U.S. so my kids could escape violence back in Honduras and get a better education," Acosta said. "Now, I'm separated from the rest of my family and I'm stuck in a country that I don't know anyone... In the cooler (detention center) they treated us very cruelly, we didn't have a place to go to the toilet.. the verbal insults we received from the officers were horrendous." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "MPP CLAIM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-IMMIGRATION/RETURNS
RTS2NB83 
August 21, 2019 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, and her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, are seen outside a souvenir... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
The Wider Image: U.S. government funds free rides from Mexico for migrants 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, and her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, are seen outside a souvenir shop after they were sent by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to Mexico from the U.S. under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), in Tijuana, Mexico, July 21, 2019. Acosta's husband and her youngest daughter managed to stay in the United States. "It was a family dream to cross and stay in the U.S. so my kids could escape violence back in Honduras and get a better education," Acosta said. "Now, I'm separated from the rest of my family and I'm stuck in a country that I don't know anyone... In the cooler (detention center) they treated us very cruelly, we didn't have a place to go to the toilet.. the verbal insults we received from the officers were horrendous." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "MPP CLAIM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-IMMIGRATION/RETURNS
RTS2NB82 
August 21, 2019 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, embraces her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, inside a bus, after... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
The Wider Image: U.S. government funds free rides from Mexico for migrants 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, embraces her son Adalberto Acosta, 13, inside a bus, after they were sent by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to Mexico from the U.S. under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), in Tijuana, Mexico, July 21, 2019. Acosta's husband and her youngest daughter managed to stay in the United States. "It was a family dream to cross and stay in the U.S. so my kids could escape violence back in Honduras and get a better education," Acosta said. "Now, I'm separated from the rest of my family and I'm stuck in a country that I don't know anyone... In the cooler (detention center) they treated us very cruelly, we didn't have a place to go to the toilet.. the verbal insults we received from the officers were horrendous." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "MPP CLAIM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-IMMIGRATION/RETURNS
RTS2NB79 
August 21, 2019 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, cries after she was sent by the Customs and Border Protection... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
The Wider Image: U.S. government funds free rides from Mexico for migrants 
Migrant from Honduras, Patricia Acosta, 36, cries after she was sent by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to Mexico from the U.S. under the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), in Tijuana, Mexico, July 24, 2019. Acosta's husband and her youngest daughter managed to stay in the United States. "It was a family dream to cross and stay in the U.S. so my kids could escape violence back in Honduras and get a better education," Acosta said. "Now, I'm separated from the rest of my family and I'm stuck in a country that I don't know anyone... In the cooler (detention center) they treated us very cruelly, we didn't have a place to go to the toilet.. the verbal insults we received from the officers were horrendous." REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "MPP CLAIM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/WOMAN
RTS2ITAE 
June 19, 2019 
Venezuelan migrant Elizabeth Rondon, 28, poses for a picture with her children Luis, 5, Samantha, 2 and... 
Tumbes, Peru 
The Wider Image: Venezuelan mothers, children in tow, rush to migrate 
Venezuelan migrant Elizabeth Rondon, 28, poses for a picture with her children Luis, 5, Samantha, 2 and Samuel, four months old, while they wait to process their documents at the Ecuadorian-Peruvian border service centre, before they continue their journey to Trujillo, on the outskirts of Tumbes, Peru, June 17, 2019. Rondon, from Maracaibo, one of the hottest areas of Venezuela, said: "There is no life there, you wake up, and you do not have electricity. My son can't go to classes because there is no electricity, and the school doesn't have the right conditions; they don't have water in the bathrooms or for them to drink". "I decided to start teaching him at home in March." With tears running down her face, she said, "One of the toughest things (in Venezuela), was not being able to sleep. As a parent, you are so tired from all you do during the day. To take care of the children, wash their clothes, find food, and have to deal with a power cut at night knowing that it will last at least 12 hours. That's ugly. But it wasn't only one a day. It has been like that in March, April, May, and June until I left, almost every day it was the same." "I want my children to have an education like the one I had." "Most of the people there (in Venezuela) don't even dream of going to university. Mainly because you can't afford it and secondly, the quality is not the same as before." "I want my children to dream in big; I would like them to want to be doctors, engineers, or architects." "I would like to go back to Venezuela, but I would like to see it as I remember it." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "MOTHERS REFUGEE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-LGBT/STONEWALL-EDUCATION
RTS2IQEU 
June 19, 2019 
Robby, a drag queen, 25, helps Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearse for his upcoming... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Nine-year-old helps teach educators about queer youth 
Robby, a drag queen, 25, helps Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearse for his upcoming inaugural drag performance at the home Robby shares with his husband Alex near Austin, Texas, U.S., October 26, 2018. Under the mentorship of the drag queens, Keegan's drag life has blossomed. "I think that we're trying to sort of redefine success and also telling this eight-year-old that if you are yourself and you continue to be yourself and you grow up and you do good and that that's successful and I think that he's getting that mentality from us. But also from a personal perspective, I know that I am getting a sense of community as well, a feeling we're providing something that is going to positively affect this young kid," said Alex. "As gay people, we kind of have the ability to choose our family and I think what I am getting out of this, is family." Robby said: "At the end of the day, that's really what all of this is about, right? (It) is just creating positive change for a kid who maybe didn't know that there was an option to do so." REUTERS/Amanda Voisard SEARCH "GENDER CREATIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
USA-LGBT/STONEWALL-EDUCATION
RTS2IQEP 
June 19, 2019 
Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearses for his upcoming inaugural drag performance at... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Nine-year-old helps teach educators about queer youth 
Keegan, 8, who identifies as gender creative, rehearses for his upcoming inaugural drag performance at the home of his drag queen mentors, Robby and Alex, near Austin, Texas, U.S., October 26, 2018. "I really think that one of the most important things for this is just creating an opportunity for this kid to truly express himself in the way that he feels comfortable in a safe environment where nobody's here to judge him. No one's ever criticised him, no one's there to say that he's doing something that he shouldn't be doing because at the end of the day, he's a kid, let the kid just be a kid," said Robby, Keegan's mentor and a drag queen. REUTERS/Amanda Voisard SEARCH "GENDER CREATIVE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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