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SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0EX
February 02, 2018
A combination of six pictures showing figures on the top of a stick used by believers during the "Endiablada"...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A combination of six pictures showing figures on the top of a stick used by believers during the "Endiablada"...
A combination of six pictures showing figures on the top of a stick used by believers during the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0E9
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0DY
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0DU
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0DM
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0C8
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-RELIGION/
RTX4O0BZ
February 02, 2018
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
Almonacid Del Marquesado, Spain
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid...
A figure on the top of a stick used by a believer is seen before the "Endiablada" festival in Almonacid del Marquesado, Spain February 2, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
NL-BASEBALL/
RTX2O972
September 05, 2016
Sep 5, 2016; Bronx, NY, USA; Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Edwin Incarnation (10) hits a two run single...
Bronx, UNITED STATES
MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees
Sep 5, 2016; Bronx, NY, USA; Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Edwin Incarnation (10) hits a two run single against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports
WW1-CENTURY/VERDUN-MERKEL-HOLLANDE
RTX2EPWR
May 29, 2016
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery...
DOUAUMONT, France
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery...
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery outside the Douaumont Necropolis and Ossuary during a ceremony, France, May 29, 2016, marking the 100th anniversary of the battle of Verdun, one of the largest battles of the First World War (WWI) on the Western Front. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
WW1-CENTURY/VERDUN-MERKEL-HOLLANDE
RTX2EPWO
May 29, 2016
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery...
DOUAUMONT, France
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery...
French and German youths fall as they incarnate soldiers dying during a show at the French National cemetery outside the Douaumont Necropolis and Ossuary during a ceremony, France, May 29, 2016, marking the 100th anniversary of the battle of Verdun, one of the largest battles of the First World War (WWI) on the Western Front. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTR42UCE
August 18, 2014
An Indian artist dressed as Hindu Lord Vishnu, whose incarnation is Lord Krishna, takes part in a play...
New Delhi, India
An Indian artist dressed as Hindu Lord Vishnu, whose incarnation is Lord Krishna, takes part in a play...
An Indian artist dressed as Hindu Lord Vishnu, whose incarnation is Lord Krishna, takes part in a play during celebrations to mark Janmashtami festival in New Delhi August 18, 2014. The festival, which marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, is being celebrated across India on Monday. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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INDIA
RTX148LE
October 12, 2013
Hindu priests adjust the saree, a traditional cloth used for women's clothing, of a Kumari during the...
Kolkata, India
Hindu priests adjust the saree, a traditional cloth used for women's clothing, of a Kumari during the...
Hindu priests adjust the saree, a traditional cloth used for women's clothing, of a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata October 12, 2013. A Kumari is a young virgin girl who is worshipped as an incarnation of the Goddess Durga. The festival that started on Friday is the biggest religious event for Bengali Hindus. Hindus believe that the goddess Durga symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA
RTX148LC
October 12, 2013
Hindu priests perform traditional worship of a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in...
Kolkata, India
Hindu priests perform traditional worship of a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in...
Hindu priests perform traditional worship of a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata October 12, 2013. A Kumari is a young virgin girl who is worshipped as an incarnation of the Goddess Durga. The festival that started on Friday is the biggest religious event for Bengali Hindus. Hindus believe that the goddess Durga symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA
RTX148LA
October 12, 2013
Hindu priests carry a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata October 12, 2013....
Kolkata, India
Hindu priests carry a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata
Hindu priests carry a Kumari during the religious festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata October 12, 2013. A Kumari is a young virgin girl who is worshipped as an incarnation of the Goddess Durga. The festival that started on Friday is the biggest religious event for Bengali Hindus. Hindus believe that the goddess Durga symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SERBIA-STRAUSSKAHN/
RTX13OE4
September 17, 2013
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (L) and Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former IMF chief Strauss-Kahn and Serbia's Deputy PM Vucic attend a news conference in Belgrade
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (L) and Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic attend a news conference in the Serbian government building in Belgrade September 17, 2013. Strauss-Kahn was unveiled on Tuesday as an economic adviser to the Serbian government, saying he would work 'pro bono' for three months in his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-STRAUSSKAHN/
RTX13OE2
September 17, 2013
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is seen in the view finder of a...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former IMF chief Strauss-Kahn is seen in the view finder of a television camera during a news conference...
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is seen in the view finder of a television camera during a news conference in the Serbian government building in Belgrade September 17, 2013. Strauss-Kahn was unveiled on Tuesday as an economic adviser to the Serbian government, saying he would work 'pro bono' for three months in his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SERBIA-STRAUSSKAHN/
RTX13OE0
September 17, 2013
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn speaks during a news conference...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former IMF chief Strauss-Kahn speaks during a news conference in Belgrade
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn speaks during a news conference in the Serbian government building in Belgrade September 17, 2013. Strauss-Kahn was unveiled on Tuesday as an economic adviser to the Serbian government, saying he would work 'pro bono' for three months in his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-STRAUSSKAHN/
RTX13ODY
September 17, 2013
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (L) and Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former IMF chief Strauss-Kahn and Serbia's Deputy PM Vucic attend a news conference in Belgrade
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (L) and Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic attend a news conference in the Serbian government building in Belgrade September 17, 2013. Strauss-Kahn was unveiled on Tuesday as an economic adviser to the Serbian government, saying he would work 'pro bono' for three months in his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SERBIA-STRAUSSKAHN/
RTX13ODW
September 17, 2013
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn listens to questions during a news...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former IMF chief Strauss-Kahn listens to questions during a news conference in Belgrade
Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn listens to questions during a news conference in the Serbian government building in Belgrade September 17, 2013. Strauss-Kahn was unveiled on Tuesday as an economic adviser to the Serbian government, saying he would work 'pro bono' for three months in his latest incarnation since a sex scandal cost him his job and ruined his French presidential ambitions. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)
ISRAEL/
RTR3DAOR
February 03, 2013
A shop vendor reads a newspaper at a market in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old...
Jerusalem, Israel
A shop vendor reads a newspaper at a market in Jerusalem's Old City
A shop vendor reads a newspaper at a market in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR3DAOH
February 03, 2013
An Orthodox Christian nun walks in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old City is holy...
Jerusalem, Israel
An Orthodox Christian nun walks in Jerusalem's Old City
An Orthodox Christian nun walks in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL/
RTR3DAOF
February 03, 2013
An Orthodox Christian priest walks in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old City is...
Jerusalem, Israel
An Orthodox Christian priest walks in Jerusalem's Old City
An Orthodox Christian priest walks in Jerusalem's Old City February 3, 2013. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ8D
November 28, 2012
A Palestinian woman teaches from the Koran in front of al-Aqsa mosque on the compound known to Muslims...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian woman teaches from the Koran in front of al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian woman teaches from the Koran in front of al-Aqsa mosque on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ86
November 28, 2012
A general view shows the Western Wall (C), the Dome of the Rock (L) and al-Asqa mosque (R) in Jerusalem's...
Jerusalem, Israel
A general view shows the Western Wall, the Dome of the Rock and al-Asqa mosque in Jerusalem's Old City...
A general view shows the Western Wall (C), the Dome of the Rock (L) and al-Asqa mosque (R) in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ7J
November 28, 2012
Tourists stand on a footbridge that leads from the Western Wall to the compound known to Muslims as the...
Jerusalem, Israel
Tourists stand on a footbridge in Jerusalem's Old City
Tourists stand on a footbridge that leads from the Western Wall to the compound known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ7G
November 28, 2012
Palestinian boys run on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount...
Jerusalem, Israel
Palestinian boys run on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount...
Palestinian boys run on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ74
November 28, 2012
A boy prays in front of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November...
Jerusalem, Israel
A boy prays in front of the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
A boy prays in front of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ72
November 28, 2012
Paper notes, that Jews believe are notes to God, are seen in the cracks of the Western Wall, Judaism's...
Jerusalem, Israel
Paper notes, that Jews believe are notes to God, are seen in cracks of the Western Wall in Jerusalem's...
Paper notes, that Jews believe are notes to God, are seen in the cracks of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR3AZ6V
November 28, 2012
Worshippers are seen through a hole during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old...
Jerusalem, Israel
Worshippers are seen through a hole during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old...
Worshippers are seen through a hole during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ6O
November 28, 2012
Palestinian youths play with a ball on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as...
Jerusalem, Israel
Palestinian youths play with a ball on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as...
Palestinian youths play with a ball on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ6J
November 28, 2012
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays in front of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's...
Jerusalem, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays in front of the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays in front of the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ6H
November 28, 2012
Worshippers rest during their visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November...
Jerusalem, Israel
Worshippers rest during their visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City
Worshippers rest during their visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ62
November 28, 2012
A child holds a poster depicting the Virgin Mary at the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City...
Jerusalem, Israel
A child holds a poster depicting the Virgin Mary at the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City...
A child holds a poster depicting the Virgin Mary at the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ5B
November 28, 2012
A Palestinian woman sits on stairs near a mosque on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian woman sits on stairs near a mosque in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian woman sits on stairs near a mosque on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ5A
November 28, 2012
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men walk towards the Western Wall (unseen), Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's...
Jerusalem, Israel
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men walk towards the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men walk towards the Western Wall (unseen), Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ53
November 28, 2012
A worshipper prays as she touches the Stone of Anointing, where Christians believe the body of Jesus...
Jerusalem, Israel
A worshipper prays as she touches the Stone of Anointing at the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's...
A worshipper prays as she touches the Stone of Anointing, where Christians believe the body of Jesus was prepared for burial, at the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ51
November 28, 2012
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man kisses the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old...
Jerusalem, Israel
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man kisses the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man kisses the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ50
November 28, 2012
A Palestinian youth gestures in front of the Dome of the Rock on the compound known to Muslims as Noble...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian youth gestures in front of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian youth gestures in front of the Dome of the Rock on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ4W
November 28, 2012
Worshippers stand near candles during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City...
Jerusalem, Israel
Worshippers stand near candles during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City...
Worshippers stand near candles during a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
ISRAEL/
RTR3AZ46
November 28, 2012
A man climbs the steps leading to the Dome of the Rock, on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary...
Jerusalem, Israel
A man climbs the steps leading to the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem's Old City
A man climbs the steps leading to the Dome of the Rock, on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City November 28, 2012. Jerusalem's Old City is holy to the world's three major monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For Jews it incarnates ancient Israel, for Christians it is where Christ spent the last days of his life and for Muslims, it is where the Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION SOCIETY)
RTR39GIX
October 23, 2012
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS8/ - Illustrated timeline of Microsoft's Windows operating system (O.S.) since its first...
US
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS8/ C
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS8/ - Illustrated timeline of Microsoft's Windows operating system (O.S.) since its first incarnation in 1985, includes chart of Microsoft's share price and Windows' share in the global O.S. market. (SIN01)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5SB
February 01, 2012
THIS PICTURE IS 7 OF 25 TO ACCOMPANY INSIGHT "ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL". SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR...
Hong Kong, China
To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
THIS PICTURE IS 7 OF 25 TO ACCOMPANY INSIGHT "ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL". SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR KEYWORD "ELECTRIC VEHICLES" TO SEE ALL IMAGES. (PXP310-334)

Charging lots for electric cars are seen inside a car park in Hong Kong January 29, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 29, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5RJ
February 01, 2012
THIS PICTURE IS 21 OF 25 TO ACCOMPANY INSIGHT "ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL". SEARCH IN YOUR PICTURE SYSTEM FOR...
Troy, UNITED STATES
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A potential customer looks at a black 2012 Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle in the showroom of George Matick Chevrolet auto sales in Redford, Michigan January 31, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 31, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5RB
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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A potential customer looks under the hood of a black 2012 Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle in the showroom of George Matick Chevrolet auto sales in Redford, Michigan January 31, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 310, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5R6
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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Car salesman Mike Blake cleans the snow off of a 2012 Chevrolet Electric Volt at a Chevrolet car sales lot in Lake Orion, Michigan January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5R4
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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A 2012 Chevrolet Electric Volt gets charged at a charging station at a Chevrolet car sales lot in Troy, Michigan January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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RTR2X5R0
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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A battery for a Chevrolet 2012 Electric Volt vehicle is seen at a design studio in Troy, Michigan January 18, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 18, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5QU
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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A board from the power module to a battery of a Chevrolet 2012 Electric Volt vehicle is seen at a design studio in Troy, Michigan January 18, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 18, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5QR
February 01, 2012
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Troy, UNITED STATES
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A charging station used to charge Chevrolet Volt electric vehicles is seen on the wall of the service garage of George Matick Chevrolet auto sales in Redford, Michigan January 31, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 31, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5QK
February 01, 2012
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Manila, Philippines
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Drivers push a stalled government-owned electric Jeepney at a charging station in Manila's Makati financial district January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5QF
February 01, 2012
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Manila, Philippines
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A government employee drives an electric Jeepney at a charging station in Manila's Makati financial district January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5QD
February 01, 2012
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MANILAh, Philippines
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Filipino drivers charge government-owned electric Jeepneys at a charging station in Manila's Makati financial district January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5Q8
February 01, 2012
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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Exhaust fumes are seen coming from a vehicle stopped at traffic lights in Jakarta, January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5PZ
February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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Cars line up during rush hour on a highway in Hong Kong January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5PX
February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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A sign is painted on a parking space for electric cars inside a car park in Hong Kong January 29, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 29, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5PT
February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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A car drives past a charging lot for an electric car inside a car park in Hong Kong January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5PI
February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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A driver drives the latest version of "MyCar", an electric car made by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, inside the university campus in Hong Kong January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
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February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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The latest version of "My Car", an electric car made by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, is recharged in Hong Kong January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT)
ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL
RTR2X5P6
February 01, 2012
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Hong Kong, China
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A driver drives the latest version of "MyCar", an electric car made by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, inside the university campus in Hong Kong January 30, 2012. Many of the headlines out of autoshows in the past couple of years have been captured by the launch of electric cars such as Nissan's Leaf, the Tesla sports car, plug-ins like General Motors' Chevrolet Volt, and the latest incarnation of the Toyota Prius. Other manufacturers including BMW, Rolls Royce and Porsche have presented electric-powered prototypes. On the basis of this, one could be forgiven for thinking the auto industry is betting big on electric power. Yet few auto executives share the optimism of Renault and Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn who has repeatedly said he sees electric vehicles making up 10 percent of all sales in 2020. A survey of 200 auto industry executives conducted by KPMG released on Monday gave an average forecast for electric vehicles to account for 6-10 percent of global auto sales in 2025, more bullish than oil companies BP and Exxon who expect electric cars to make up no more than 4-5 percent of all cars globally in 20-30 years. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Insight ELECTRIC-CAR/BIG OIL REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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