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HONGKONG-PROPERTY/PARKING
RTS1QVR0
May 11, 2018
Insurance agent Esther Fan poses with a parking spot she bought as an investment, with value estimated...
Hong Kong, China
Insurance agent Esther Fan poses with a parking spot she bought as an investment in Hong Kong
Insurance agent Esther Fan poses with a parking spot she bought as an investment, with value estimated to have doubled over the course of 1.5 years, inside a private property development in Hong Kong, China May 2, 2018. Picture taken May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/PARKING
RTS1QVQX
May 11, 2018
The entrance of a car park at a private property development, where insurance agent Esther Fan has bought...
Hong Kong, China
The entrance of a car park at a private property development, where insurance agent Esther Fan has bought...
The entrance of a car park at a private property development, where insurance agent Esther Fan has bought a parking spot as an investment, is pictured in Hong Kong, China May 2, 2018. Picture taken May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
USA-HOUSING/
RTR4KM17
January 08, 2015
An agent holds the door as U.S. President Barack Obama visits a home in Phoenix, Arizona January 8, 2015....
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
An agent holds the door as U.S. President Barack Obama visits a home in Phoenix, Arizona
An agent holds the door as U.S. President Barack Obama visits a home in Phoenix, Arizona January 8, 2015. Obama is in Phoenix to speak about the housing market. The Federal Housing Administration will reduce annual mortgage insurance premiums by 0.5 percentage point to 0.85 percent from 1.35 percent, the White House said on Wednesday.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHHA
October 01, 2013
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center works on his computer during the...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center works on his computer during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHH7
October 01, 2013
Customer service agents at Covered California's Concord call center work during the opening day of enrollment...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
Customer service agents at Covered California's Concord call center work during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHH6
October 01, 2013
Customer service agents at Covered California's Concord call center work during the opening day of enrollment...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
Customer service agents at Covered California's Concord call center work during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHH5
October 01, 2013
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center waves a flag for technical assistance...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center waves a flag for technical assistance during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHH3
October 01, 2013
Shaldonia Barney (front), a service agent at Covered California's Concord call center, takes a call during...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
Shaldonia Barney (front), a service agent at Covered California's Concord call center, takes a call during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR3FHH1
October 01, 2013
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center works during the opening day of...
Concord, UNITED STATES
Covered Califonia Affordable Care Act call center opens in Concord
A customer service agent at Covered California's Concord call center works during the opening day of enrollment of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Concord, California October 1, 2013. Better known as "Obamacare," the Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to provide a basic package of benefits and prohibits them from excluding people due to prior illnesses. The Act will provide billions of dollars in government subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to help individuals buy insurance on the basis of annual income from the health insurance marketplace such as Covered California, a state-implemented exchange. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-TRAIN/
RTX11K44
July 11, 2013
Resident Jean Dube talks to insurance agents at their temporary trailer in the town of Lac-Megantic,...
LAC-MEGANTIC, Canada
Resident Jean Dube talks to insurance agents at their temporary trailer in the town of Lac-Megantic,...
Resident Jean Dube talks to insurance agents at their temporary trailer in the town of Lac-Megantic, Quebec July 11, 2013. Residents of the town of Lac-Megantic in Quebec were coming to grips on Thursday with the reality that 50 of their own were most likely dead in the aftermath of the worst railway disaster in North American in more than two decades. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi (CANADA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
STORM-SANDY/
RTR3A2QW
November 06, 2012
An insurance adjuster uses a camera to record damage incurred by fire and hurricane Sandy in the Queens...
New York, UNITED STATES
An insurance adjuster uses a camera to record damage incurred by fire and hurricane Sandy in the Queens...
An insurance adjuster uses a camera to record damage incurred by fire and hurricane Sandy in the Queens borough region of Breezy Point in New York November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
OBAMA/
RTR2BEBL
March 08, 2010
A Secret Service Agent keeps watch as Marine One lands at the White House in Washington March 8, 2010....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama arrives at the White House in Washington
A Secret Service Agent keeps watch as Marine One lands at the White House in Washington March 8, 2010. U.S. President Barack Obama was returning from a trip to Pennsylvania where he spoke about health insurance. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
OBAMA/
RTR27RIS
September 12, 2009
A Secret Service agent stands nearby as US President Barack Obama makes a point during a rally for his...
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES
A Secret Service agent stands nearby as Obama makes a point during a rally for his health insurance reform...
A Secret Service agent stands nearby as US President Barack Obama makes a point during a rally for his health insurance reform initiatives at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 12, 2009. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES POLITICS HEALTH)
OBAMA/
RTR26M14
August 11, 2009
U.S. President Barack Obama is surrounded by Secret Service agents as he leaves a town hall meeting on...
Portsmouth, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama is surrounded by Secret Service agents as he leaves a town hall meeting on health...
U.S. President Barack Obama is surrounded by Secret Service agents as he leaves a town hall meeting on health insurance reform at Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, August 11, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS HEALTH)
OBAMA/
RTR26M0M
August 11, 2009
A Secret Service agent provides security for U.S. President Barack Obama at a town hall meeting on health...
Portsmouth, UNITED STATES
A Secret Service agent provides security for U.S. President Obama at a town hall meeting on health insurance...
A Secret Service agent provides security for U.S. President Barack Obama at a town hall meeting on health insurance reform at Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, New Hampshire August 11, 2009. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS HEALTH)
SPAIN-BOMBS/
RTX8SZU
September 21, 2008
An insurance claims agent takes pictures of damage following a car bomb attack on a Spanish military...
Santona, Spain
An insurance claims agent takes pictures of damage following a car bomb attack on a Spanish military...
An insurance claims agent takes pictures of damage following a car bomb attack on a Spanish military training centre in Santona September 22, 2008. A soldier was killed and another person wounded on Monday in a car bomb attack in the northern Spanish town of Santona, near the Basque Country, a government spokesman said. REUTERS/Nacho Cubero (SPAIN)
GERNMANY
RTRB1GN
May 13, 2005
Judge Rainer Hahn (C) judicial assessors Ulrike Schmitz (L) and Rald Redemske (R) are pictured at the...
Cologne, Germany
Judge Rainer Hahn is pictured at the regional court in Cologne.
Judge Rainer Hahn (C) judicial assessors Ulrike Schmitz (L) and Rald Redemske (R) are pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Hahn is the judge in the German authorities case against German insurance agent Heinz Kuebler and Ukrainian insurance broker Anatoli Barg who are accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Oliver Berg/Pool AA
GERNMANY
RTRB11X
May 13, 2005
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Buelles is...
Cologne, Germany
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne.
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Buelles is the chief prosecutor in the German authorities case against German insurance agent Heinz Kuebler and Ukrainian insurance broker Anatoli Barg who are accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Oliver Berg/Pool AA
GERNMANY
RTRB11Q
May 13, 2005
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Buelles is...
Cologne, Germany
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne.
Chief Prosecutor Egbert Buelles is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Buelles is the chief prosecutor in the German authorities case against German insurance agent Heinz Kuebler and Ukrainian insurance broker Anatoli Barg who are accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Oliver Berg/Pool AA
GERNMANY
RTRB0ZU
May 13, 2005
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005....
Cologne, Germany
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler is pictured at the regional court in Cologne.
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Kuebler is accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Oliver Berg/Pool AA
GERNMANY
RTRB0XS
May 13, 2005
Ukrainian visa broker Anatoli Barg is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Barg is...
Cologne, Germany
Ukrainian visa broker Anatoli Barg is pictured at the regional court in Cologne.
Ukrainian visa broker Anatoli Barg is pictured at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Barg is accused, along with German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler, of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Oliver Berg/Pool AA
GERMANY
RTRB0CM
May 13, 2005
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne May 13,...
Cologne, Germany
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne.
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Kuebler is accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender INA/AA
GERMANY
RTRB0BE
May 13, 2005
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne May 13,...
Cologne, Germany
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne.
German insurance agent Heinz Martin Kuebler arrives for trial at the regional court in Cologne May 13, 2005. Kuebler is accused of involvement in people trafficking into Germany from Ukraine in a case linked to a recent scandal over a lax visa policy instigated under German Foreign Minister Joshka Fischer. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender INA/AA
BUSH BOLTON
RTR8T4C
April 21, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush is introduced by Bob Rusbuldt, CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents...
Washington, USA
US President Bush is introduced by Bob Rusbuldt in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush is introduced by Bob Rusbuldt, CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, in Washington, April 21, 2005. During his remarks to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers, President Bush urged the Senate on Thursday to "put aside politics" and confirm embattled John Bolton to become U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
BUSH BOLTON
RTR8T44
April 21, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance...
Washington, USA
US President Bush speaks to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, in Washington, April 21, 2005. During his remarks President Bush urged the Senate on Thursday to "put aside politics" and confirm embattled John Bolton to become U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
BUSH BOLTON
RTR8T3Q
April 21, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance...
Washington, USA
US President Bush speaks to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, in Washington, April 21, 2005. During his remarks President Bush urged the Senate on Thursday to "put aside politics" and confirm embattled John Bolton to become U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
BUSH
RTR8T32
April 21, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance...
Washington, USA
US President Bush speaks to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of American in Washington.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about strengthening social security to the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, in Washington, April 21, 2005. During his remarks President Bush urged the Senate on Thursday to "put aside politics" and confirm embattled John Bolton to become U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
WEATHER FLOOD
RTRPHT0
June 18, 2003
Insurance agent Barry Hunter (R) and his father Jim Hunter try to
salvage a doorknob from the remains...
Charleston, United States of America
CHARLESTON WEST VIRGINIA CLEANS UP AFTER FLOOD IN CHARLESTON.
Insurance agent Barry Hunter (R) and his father Jim Hunter try to
salvage a doorknob from the remains of the contents of his insurance
business in Charleston, West Virginia, June 18, 2003. The younger
Hunter's business was destroyed by flooding on June 16 that devastated
the area. Hunter, like many other flood victims, was not insured.
REUTERS/Jason Cohn

JC/SV
WEATHER TORNADOES
RTRN6L7
May 08, 2003
Jerry Snider, owner of the Snider Insurance Agency, digs through what
is left of his office May 8, 2003,...
Stocktom, United States of America
INSURANCE AGENT JERRY SNIDER DIGS OUT HIS OFFICE AFTER IT WAS DESTROYER
BY A TORNADO.
Jerry Snider, owner of the Snider Insurance Agency, digs through what
is left of his office May 8, 2003, after the two-story building was hit
by a tornado May 4 and collapsed burying all of Sniders' clients
insurance papers and other office materials in the small downtown
community of Stockton, Missouri. Snider has been forced to work out of
his car with a cell phone in order to take care of his clients claims
in the small community. REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPS
WEATHER TORNADOES
RTRN6L2
May 08, 2003
Jerry Snider, (L) owner of Snider Insurance Agency, and his son Mark
Snider (R) dig through what is...
Stocktom
INSURANCE AGENT JERRY SNIDER DIGS OUT HIS OFFICE AFTER TORNADO.
Jerry Snider, (L) owner of Snider Insurance Agency, and his son Mark
Snider (R) dig through what is left of Sniders's office May 8, 2003,
after the two-story building was hit by a tornado May 4 and collapsed
burying all of Sniders' clients insurance papers and other office
materials in the small downtown community of Stockton, Missouri. Snider
has been forced to work out of his car with a cell phone in order to
take care of his clients claims in the small community. REUTERS/John
Sommers II

JPS/GAC
WEATHER TORNADOES
RTRN6KV
May 08, 2003
Jerry Snider, owner of Snider Insurance Agency, digs through what is
left of his office in a collapsed...
Stocktom, United States of America
INSURANCE AGENT JERRY SNIDER DIGS OUT HIS OFFICE PAPERS.
Jerry Snider, owner of Snider Insurance Agency, digs through what is
left of his office in a collapsed two-story building as he look for
client's insurance papers and other office materials in the small
downtown community of Stockton, Missouri, May 8, 2003. Snider is
working out of his car because his office building was totally
destroyed by a tornado May 4 that killed three people and left
extensive damage to buildings in the downtown area. REUTERS/John
Sommers II

JPS/GAC
WEATHER TORNADOES
RTRN6K0
May 08, 2003
Jerry Snider (L), owner of Snider Insurance Agency, talkes with J.R.
Oldham (C) about his damage claims...
Stocktom, United States of America
INSURANCE AGENT JERRY SNIDER WORKS FROM HIS CAR AFTER HIS OFFICE WAS
DESTROYED BY TORNADO.
Jerry Snider (L), owner of Snider Insurance Agency, talkes with J.R.
Oldham (C) about his damage claims as Snider's secretary Susie Bolen
(R) takes notes in the parking lot of Snider office building in the
small downtown community of Stockton, Missouri, May 8, 2003. Snider is
working from his car because his office building was totally destroyed
by a strong tornado May 4 that killed three people and left extensive
damage to buildings in the downtown area. REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPS/GAC
ENVRIONMENT FIRES
RTR6W4Q
June 26, 2002
Jeanne and Stan Maddox, of Overgaard, Arizona discuss filing an
additional living expenses claim with...
Payson, United States of America
RODEO CHEDISKI FIRE EVACUEES FILE FOR INSURANCE CLAIMS IN PAYSON
ARIZONA.
Jeanne and Stan Maddox, of Overgaard, Arizona discuss filing an
additional living expenses claim with Farmers Insurance agent Laura
Robinson, at the Rim Country Middle School disaster relief center, in
Payson, Arizona, June 26, 2002. The Maddox's have lived in Overgaard
since 1972 and were evacuated from their home on June 19, 2002 due to
the Rodeo-Chediski fire in east-central Arizona, which has now
destroyed more than 375,000 acres, an area larger than Los Angeles.
Forest Service officials announced the fire is now five percent
contained. REUTERS/Jeff Topping

JBT
ILAYAN
RTXHY96
November 08, 1998
Musa Ilayan, a 47-year-old accountant and insurance agent, speaks during an interview with Reuters November...
Jerusalem, Israel
Musa Ilayan, a 47-year-old accountant and insurance agent, speaks during an interview with Reuters N.....
Musa Ilayan, a 47-year-old accountant and insurance agent, speaks during an interview with Reuters November 5. Ilayan is seeking a seat on Jerusalem's Israeli-run council. It is the first time an Arab is seeking a seat since 1967 when Israel captured the Arab sector of the city in the Six Day War. Ilayan, who formed his own Independent Arab Bloc party and spent $200,000 of his own money in campaigning, needs only 6,000 votes to win a seat in this Tuesday's election. His performance in the election could signal the extent to which the PLO holds sway among some 118,000 eligible voters in East Jerusalem.
MIDEAST ELECTIONS
RTRJ63R
November 08, 1998
Musa Ilayan, a 47-year-old accountant and insurance agent, speaks during an interview with Reuters November...
Jerusalem
MUSA ILAYAN, RUNNING FOR JERUSALEM COUNCIL, DURING INTERVIEW.
Musa Ilayan, a 47-year-old accountant and insurance agent, speaks during an interview with Reuters November 5. Ilayan is seeking a seat on Jerusalem's Israeli-run council. It is the first time an Arab is seeking a seat since 1967 when Israel captured the Arab sector of the city in the Six Day War. Ilayan, who formed his own Independent Arab Bloc party and spent $200,000 of his own money in campaigning, needs only 6,000 votes to win a seat in this Tuesday's election. His performance in the election could signal the extent to which the PLO holds sway among some 118,000 eligible voters in East Jerusalem.

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