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GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTS2UIQ5
December 11, 2019
People run as Haiti's Senator Jean Marie Ralph Fethiere (PHTK) fires a gun in the air, injuring Chery...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Pictures of the Year: A Picture and its Story
People run as Haiti's Senator Jean Marie Ralph Fethiere (PHTK) fires a gun in the air, injuring Chery Dieu-Nalio, a photographer for Associated Press, while facing opposition supporters in the parking lot of the Haitian Parliament and Senate, as the government attempted to confirm the appointment of nominated Prime Minister Fritz William Michel, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, September 23, 2019. Reuters Photographer Andres Martinez Casares: "When Senator Jean Marie Ralph Fethiere pulled a pistol and started shooting outside the Haitian parliament to disperse who he described as 'violent militants,' I was prepared. Earlier another senator was seen with a pistol in his hand when confronted by angry opposition protesters as he arrived at the parliament. We decided to go and get our bulletproof vests and helmets. The situation was turning dangerous. When Fethiere shot into the air and at the ground, an Associated Press photographer and a security guard were injured. Fethiere later told a local radio station he was acting in self-defence. This picture captures the moment when protesters and journalists scrambled to get out of the line of fire as Fethiere fired several shots after getting out of his car in the parliament's parking lot in Port-au-Prince. The shooting only lasted two or three seconds. I took my pictures super-fast. This image shows the senator grimacing at the sound of the gun as he fires, while protesters and journalists bump into each other as they flee. The weapon is clearly visible against a clear blue sky. An AP photographer Dieu Nalio Chery was left behind, injured in the jaw. I saw Chery coming towards me, calling to me and pointing to his chin. At first, I could not see anything. Then I saw blood. I got out a bandage from my pouch and stopped the bleeding. A doctor came and checked Chery out and he was taken off for treatment." REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORIES 2019" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. T
NICARAGUA-ANIMALS/
RTS2QCK6
September 13, 2019
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, opens its mouth at the zoo in Managua, Nicaragua...
Managua, Nicaragua
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, opens its mouth at the zoo in Managua
Fatima, a two-year-old hippopotamus rescued from a circus, opens its mouth at the zoo in Managua, Nicaragua September 12, 2019. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700G7
July 18, 2019
A large crocodile eats a chicken given by Juan Cerdas, whose hobby is feeding them at the Tarcoles River,...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A large crocodile eats a chicken given by Juan Cerdas, whose hobby is feeding them at the Tarcoles River,...
A large crocodile eats a chicken given by Juan Cerdas, whose hobby is feeding them at the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700E6
July 18, 2019
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700DZ
July 18, 2019
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the...
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700DE
July 18, 2019
A large crocodile is seen on the bank of the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A large crocodile is seen on the bank of the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
A large crocodile is seen on the bank of the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
SERBIA-ALLIGATOR/
RTS1XB0G
August 14, 2018
An alligator named Muja eats a quail in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja...
Belgrade, Serbia
The odlest American alligator in the world
An alligator named Muja eats a quail in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja is officially the oldest American alligator in the world living in captivity. He was brought to Belgrade from Germany in 1937, a year after the opening of the Zoo. Muja survived three bombings of Belgrade, the Second World War and all hardships the Zoo went through. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-ALLIGATOR/
RTS1XAZQ
August 14, 2018
An alligator named Muja eats a quail in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja...
Belgrade, Serbia
The odlest American alligator in the world
An alligator named Muja eats a quail in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja is officially the oldest American alligator in the world living in captivity. He was brought to Belgrade from Germany in 1937, a year after the opening of the Zoo. Muja survived three bombings of Belgrade, the Second World War and all hardships the Zoo went through. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
SERBIA-ALLIGATOR/
RTS1XAZN
August 14, 2018
An alligator named Muja rests in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja is officially...
Belgrade, Serbia
The odlest American alligator in the world
An alligator named Muja rests in its enclosure in Belgrade's Zoo, Serbia, August 14, 2018. Muja is officially the oldest American alligator in the world living in captivity. He was brought to Belgrade from Germany in 1937, a year after the opening of the Zoo. Muja survived three bombings of Belgrade, the Second World War and all hardships the Zoo went through. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
MEXICO-DISCOVERY/MAMMOTH
RTX30VSM
March 14, 2017
Restorers carry the jaw of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City,...
Tultepec, Mexico
Restorers carry a mammoth's jaw in Tultepec
Restorers carry the jaw of a mammoth (Mammuthus Columbi) in Tultepec, on the outskirts of Mexico City, March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
THAILAND-ANIMALS/
RTSGCZT
June 07, 2016
A zoo performer smiles as he puts his head between the jaws of a crocodile during a performance for tourists...
Chonburi, Thailand
A zoo performer smiles as he puts his head between the jaws of a crocodile during a performance for tourists...
A zoo performer smiles as he puts his head between the jaws of a crocodile during a performance for tourists at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo, in Chonburi province, east of Bangkok,Thailand, June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-CURLING/
RTR4QN21
February 22, 2015
Saskatchewan skip Stefanie Lawton lines up her shot in their bronze medal game against Team Canada during...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Saskatchewan skip Lawton lines up her shot in their bronze medal game against Team Canada during the...
Saskatchewan skip Stefanie Lawton lines up her shot in their bronze medal game against Team Canada during the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 22, 2015. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CP-STRIKE/
RTR4PUC4
February 16, 2015
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw,...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Canadian Pacific Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 16, 2015. Canadian Pacific Railway CP.TO and the Teamsters Canada union have agreed to seek mediated arbitration, ending a one-day strike at the country's No. 2 railway, Canada's labour minister said on Monday. The government had planned to introduce back-to-work legislation on Monday afternoon to force more than 3,000 locomotive engineers and conductors represented by the Teamster Canada Rail Conference union back on the job. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
CP-STRIKE/
RTR4PUBS
February 16, 2015
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw,...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Canadian Pacific Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 16, 2015. Canadian Pacific Railway CP.TO and the Teamsters Canada union have agreed to seek mediated arbitration, ending a one-day strike at the country's No. 2 railway, Canada's labour minister said on Monday. The government had planned to introduce back-to-work legislation on Monday afternoon to force more than 3,000 locomotive engineers and conductors represented by the Teamster Canada Rail Conference union back on the job. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
CP-STRIKE/
RTR4PUBL
February 16, 2015
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw,...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Canadian Pacific Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw
A Canadian Pacific (CP) Rail worker walks the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 16, 2015. Canadian Pacific Railway CP.TO and the Teamsters Canada union have agreed to seek mediated arbitration, ending a one-day strike at the country's No. 2 railway, Canada's labour minister said on Monday. The government had planned to introduce back-to-work legislation on Monday afternoon to force more than 3,000 locomotive engineers and conductors represented by the Teamster Canada Rail Conference union back on the job. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
CP-STRIKE/
RTR4PUBC
February 16, 2015
Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway workers walk the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw,...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway workers walk the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw...
Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway workers walk the picket line during the CP Rail rail strike in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 16, 2015. Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters Canada union have agreed to seek mediated arbitration, ending a one-day strike at the country's No. 2 railway, Canada's labour minister said on Monday. The government had planned to introduce back-to-work legislation on Monday afternoon to force more than 3,000 locomotive engineers and conductors represented by the Teamster Canada Rail Conference union back on the job. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
CANADA-CURLING/
RTR4PPEK
February 15, 2015
Manitoba skip Jennifer Jones lines up a shot in her game against British Columbia during the Scotties...
MOOSE JAW, Canada
Manitoba's Jones lines up a shot in her game against British Columbia during the Scotties Tournament...
Manitoba skip Jennifer Jones lines up a shot in her game against British Columbia during the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
AFRICA-OBAMA/
RTX115MZ
June 29, 2013
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) pauses during a joint news conference with South Africa's President Jacob...
Pretoria, South Africa
U.S. President Obama pauses during a joint news conference with South Africa's President Zuma at the...
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) pauses during a joint news conference with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, June 29, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS)
SAUDI/
RTR2YXVF
March 06, 2012
Swedish Institute Director General Annika Rembe visits the seventh Riyadh International Book Fair March...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Swedish Institute Director General Rembe visits the seventh Riyadh International Book Fair
Swedish Institute Director General Annika Rembe visits the seventh Riyadh International Book Fair March 6, 2012. The two-week book fair will exhibit tens of thousands of books by hundreds of local and foreign publishers. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTXTKYE
October 19, 2010
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays outside Rachel's Tomb in the West Bank town of Bethlehem October 19,...
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays outside Rachel's Tomb in the West Bank town of Bethlehem
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays outside Rachel's Tomb in the West Bank town of Bethlehem October 19, 2010. Jewish worshippers visited and prayed at the tomb of the biblical matriarch Rachel on Tuesday marking what they believe to be the anniversary of her death. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2GJYP
July 20, 2010
A Jewish worshipper prays at the Western Wall during prayers marking Tisha B'Av, in Jerusalem's Old City...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Jewish worshipper prays at the Western Wall during prayers marking Tisha B'Av, in Jerusalem's Old City...
A Jewish worshipper prays at the Western Wall during prayers marking Tisha B'Av, in Jerusalem's Old City early July 20, 2010. Tisha B'Av, a day of fasting and lament, is traditionally the date in the Jewish calendar on which the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed, respectively in the sixth century B.C. by the Babylonians and the first century A.D. by the Romans. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (JERUSALEM - Tags: RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX9N03
October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
COLOMBIA/
RTR21USE
September 13, 2008
Colombian Fredy Ceballos balances a bicycle on his chin whilst busking in Medellin September 13, 2008....
Medellin, Colombia
Colombian Fredy Ceballos balances a bicycle on his chin whilst busking in Medellin
Colombian Fredy Ceballos balances a bicycle on his chin whilst busking in Medellin September 13, 2008. REUTERS/ Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
HUMANS-FOSSIL/SPAIN
RTR1YT9F
March 27, 2008
A jaw bone, which could belong to the oldest known European, excavated by Spanish researchers in a cave...
Burgos, Spain
A jaw bone excavated by Spanish researchers in a cave at the Atapuerca site is displayed during a news...
A jaw bone, which could belong to the oldest known European, excavated by Spanish researchers in a cave at the Atapuerca site near the city of Burgos is displayed during a news conference in Burgos March 27, 2008. In a paper published in the journal Nature, Spanish researchers say they excavated the jaw bone, teeth and simple tools in a cave near the city of Burgos dated around 400,000 years older than the previously oldest-known remains found at a nearby site 14 years ago. REUTERS/Ricardo Ordonez (SPAIN)
FOSSILS-HUMAN/
RTR1SN5G
August 09, 2007
A skull of Homo erectus (top), dated to about 1.55 million years ago, is presented to the media during...
Nairobi, Kenya
A skull of Homo erectus, dated to about 1.55 million years ago, is presented to the media in Nairobi
A skull of Homo erectus (top), dated to about 1.55 million years ago, is presented to the media during a news conference held at the National Museums of Kenya in Nairobi, April 9, 2007. The ancient skull and upper jawbone from two early branches of the human family tree -- Homo erectus and Homo habilis -- suggest the early human ancestors may have lived close together for half a million years, researchers said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
TAIWAN-BETELNUT/
RTR1RPIX
July 11, 2007
Tsai Lin-jang, who lost his jaw due to oral cancer, listens to a question during an interview with Reuters...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
To match feature TAIWAN-BETELNUT/
Tsai Lin-jang, who lost his jaw due to oral cancer, listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Taoyuan July 3, 2007. Tsai, 60, had eaten betel nuts for 25 years, till he developed the cancer. He has since quit eating them after losing his jaw. For centuries, hundreds of millions of people across Asia, from Pakistan to Palau, have chewed the spicy date-like fruit of the betel palm for a quick buzz. Then four years ago, a World Health Organisation study found that chewing betel nuts can cause oral cancer and that the rate of these malignant mouth tumours was highest in Asia where the betel nut is a widely used stimulant. To match feature TAIWAN-BETELNUT/ REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
CYCLING-TOUR/
RTR1RHFB
July 05, 2007
Astana team rider Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakhtan's necklace is seen close up as he attends a medical...
London, United Kingdom
Astana team rider Vinokourov's necklace is seen close up as he attends a medical test ahead of the 94th...
Astana team rider Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakhtan's necklace is seen close up as he attends a medical test ahead of the 94th Tour de France cycling race in London, July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (BRITAIN)
MEXICO-TOLTECS/
RTR1OTUL
April 19, 2007
Bones of children are displayed in Tula, Mexico April 19, 2007. The grisly find of the buried bones of...
Tula, Mexico
Bones of children are displayed in Tula, Mexico
Bones of children are displayed in Tula, Mexico April 19, 2007. The grisly find of the buried bones of 24 pre-Hispanic Mexican children may be the first evidence that the ancient Toltec civilization sacrificed children, an archeologist studying the remains said on Monday. The bones, dating from 950 AD to 1150 AD and dug up at the Toltecs' former capital Tula, north of present day Mexico City, indicated the children had been decapitated in a group. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
SANTIAGO
RTR4I9N
June 04, 2005
A Chilean juggler juggles with swords at a busy street in Santiago, June 4, 2005. When experts expound...
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLER PERFOMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean juggler juggles with swords at a busy street in Santiago, June 4, 2005. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
HONGKONG
RTRTSI1
April 24, 2005
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South African...
Hong Kong, China
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South ...
Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter 'Silent Witness', celebrates with South African jockey Felix Coetzee after his horse won the 1,400-metre Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong. Arthur Antonio da Silva (L), owner of Hong Kong sprinter "Silent Witness", celebrates with South African jockey Felix Coetzee after his horse won the 1,400-metre Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup at Shatin racetrack in Hong Kong April 24, 2005. REUTERS/Kin Cheung Pictures of the Month April 2005
SANTIAGO
RTR4IB6
March 20, 2005
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at a juggler show on a busy street Santiago, March 20, 2005....
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at a juggler show on a busy street Santiago, March 20, 2005. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4ICY
June 10, 2004
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When...
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4ICL
June 10, 2004
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When...
Santiago, Chile
A CHIELAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4IBT
June 10, 2004
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When...
Santiago, Chile
A CHIELAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean Juggler Alejandro (20) juggles with fire at a busy street in Santiago, June 10, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4ID3
April 19, 2004
Chilean students of Circo del Mundo practice at the circus tent in a park of Santiago, April 19, 2004....
Santiago, Chile
CHILEAN STUDENTS OF CIRCOS DEL MUNDO PRACTICE AT THE CIRCUS TENT.
Chilean students of Circo del Mundo practice at the circus tent in a park of Santiago, April 19, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4ICF
April 19, 2004
Chilean students of Circo del Mundo practice at the circus tent in a park of Santiago, April 19, 2004....
Santiago, Chile
CHILEAN STUDENTS OF CIRCOS DEL MUNDO PRACTICE AT THE CIRCUS TENT.
Chilean students of Circo del Mundo practice at the circus tent in a park of Santiago, April 19, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
CHILE JUGGLERS
RTR3F2A
March 20, 2004
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at a juggler show on a busy street in Santiago. When experts...
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at a juggler show on a busy street in Santiago. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner. But it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise and powerhouse. Chile's jugglers are recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. And this is not run-of-the-mill itinerant juggling. This is knives, flaming clubs, stopping the pin on the nose or on the back, spinning and unicycles, eight pins, nine pins, clown costumes and grease paint, acrobatics and complex routines involving robbing pins from a partner. Picture taken March 20, 2004. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHILE-JUGGLERS REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/JDP
SANTIAGO
RTR4IA3
March 15, 2004
Felipe (12) a Chielan boy practices with a ball at a park in Santiago, March 15, 2004. When experts expound...
Santiago, Chile
A CHIELAN BOY PRACTICES WITH A BALL AT A PARK IN SANTIAGO.
Felipe (12) a Chielan boy practices with a ball at a park in Santiago, March 15, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
CHILE JUGGLERS
RTR3F3X
March 15, 2004
Felipe (12) a Chielan boy practices with a ball at a park in Santiago. When experts expound on how highly...
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN BOY PRACTICES WITH A BALL AT A PARK IN SANTIAGO.
Felipe (12) a Chielan boy practices with a ball at a park in Santiago. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner. But it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise and powerhouse. Chile's jugglers are recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. And this is not run-of-the-mill itinerant juggling. This is knives, flaming clubs, stopping the pin on the nose or on the back, spinning and unicycles, eight pins, nine pins, clown costumes and grease paint, acrobatics and complex routines involving robbing pins from a partner. Picture taken March 15, 2004. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHILE-JUGGLERS REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4IDA
March 12, 2004
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at his juggler show on a busy street in Santiago, March 12, 2004....
Santiago, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLER PERFORMS AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
Diego Lopez (18) jumps while performing at his juggler show on a busy street in Santiago, March 12, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
SANTIAGO
RTR4IAI
March 12, 2004
A Chilean driver looks while Claudio, Gabriela and Diego performing at their show on a busy street in...
Santiago, Chile
CHILEAN JUGGLERS PERFORM AT A BUSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean driver looks while Claudio, Gabriela and Diego performing at their show on a busy street in Santiago, March 12, 2004. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner, but it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise with Chilean jugglers recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. REUTERS/Carlos Barria PP04060057 CB
CONCEPCION
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March 12, 2004
Javier Ramirez is seen through the crystal ball while practicing before a show in the national jugglers...
Concepcion, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLES PRACTICES WITH A BALL BEFORE A SHOW.
Javier Ramirez is seen through the crystal ball while practicing before a show in the national jugglers encounter in Concepcion, 500 km from Santiago. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner. But it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise and powerhouse. Chile's jugglers are recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. And this is not run-of-the-mill itinerant juggling. This is knives, flaming clubs, stopping the pin on the nose or on the back, spinning and unicycles, eight pins, nine pins, clown costumes and grease paint, acrobatics and complex routines involving robbing pins from a partner. Picture taken March 12, 2004. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHILE-JUGGLERS REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra CB
CHILE JUGGLERS
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March 12, 2004
Javier Ramirez practices with a ball before a show in the national jugglers encounter in Concepcion,...
Concepcion, Chile
A CHILEAN JUGGLES PRACTICES WITH A BALL BEFORE A SHOW.
Javier Ramirez practices with a ball before a show in the national jugglers encounter in Concepcion, 500 km from Santiago. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner. But it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise and powerhouse. Chile's jugglers are recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. And this is not run-of-the-mill itinerant juggling. This is knives, flaming clubs, stopping the pin on the nose or on the back, spinning and unicycles, eight pins, nine pins, clown costumes and grease paint, acrobatics and complex routines involving robbing pins from a partner. Picture taken March 12, 2004. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHILE-JUGGLERS REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra CB
CHILE JUGGLERS
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March 12, 2004
A Chilean driver looks while Claudio, Gabriela and Diego performing at their show on a busy street in...
Santiago, Chile
CHILEAN JUGGLERS PERFORM AT A BUSSY STREET IN SANTIAGO.
A Chilean driver looks while Claudio, Gabriela and Diego performing at their show on a busy street in Santiago. When experts expound on how highly developed Chile is compared with the rest of Latin America, they are usually tallying a boring statistic such as telephone lines per capita, not jugglers per street corner. But it turns out that this long thin copper and wine producing South American nation can lay claim to being a juggling paradise and powerhouse. Chile's jugglers are recognized as far away as Germany for their Jaw-dropping dexterity. And this is not run-of-the-mill itinerant juggling. This is knives, flaming clubs, stopping the pin on the nose or on the back, spinning and unicycles, eight pins, nine pins, clown costumes and grease paint, acrobatics and complex routines involving robbing pins from a partner. Picture taken March 12, 2004. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHILE-JUGGLERS REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB
GERMANY
RTR884I
December 05, 2003
A natural reserve scientist saws off the jawbone of a stranded sperm
whale at the small port of Norddeich...
Norddeich, Germany
A SCIENTIST SAWS OFF THE JAWBONE OF A STRANDED SPERM WHALE IN
NORDDEICH.
A natural reserve scientist saws off the jawbone of a stranded sperm
whale at the small port of Norddeich on Germany's North Sea coast about
150 km north-west of Bremen December 5, 2003. Two sperm whales washed
up on the mud-flats offshore between the island of Norderney and
Norddeich earlier this week. Pictures of the Month December 2003 REUTERS/Christian Charisius REUTERS
CHA/JOH
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJPFG
April 26, 2000
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found we.....
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJPFF
April 26, 2000
Dr Andre Keyser (L) and Rosalind Smith (R) unveil a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Dr Andre Keyser (L) and Rosalind Smith (R) unveil a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid foss.....
Dr Andre Keyser (L) and Rosalind Smith (R) unveil a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female from the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids belong to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJPEW
April 26, 2000
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found w.....
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXJPEV
April 26, 2000
A pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg are unveiled April 26....
Johannesburg, South Africa
A pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg are unveiled April .....
A pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg are unveiled April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.
SCIENCE SKULL
RTR3HEA
April 26, 2000
A pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg are unveiled April 26....
Johannesburg, South Africa
HOMONID SKULLS ARE UNVEILED AT A PRESS CONFERENCE.
A pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg are unveiled April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.

MH//ME
SCIENCE SKULL
RTR3HE5
April 26, 2000
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west...
Johannesburg, South Africa
HOMONID SKULLS ARE UNVEILED AT A PRESS CONFERENCE.
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.

MH//ME
SCIENCE SKULL
RTR3HDS
April 26, 2000
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west...
Johannesburg, South Africa
HOMONID SKULLS ARE UNVEILED IN JOHANNESBURG.
Palaeontogist Dr Andre Keyser unveils a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female belonging to the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids beloing to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.

MH/
SCIENCE SAFRICA SKULL
RTR3HDM
April 26, 2000
Dr Andre Keyser (L) and Rosalind Smith (R) unveil a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils...
Johannesburg, South Africa
HOMONID SKULLS ARE UNVEILED IN JOHANNESBURG.
Dr Andre Keyser (L) and Rosalind Smith (R) unveil a pair of 1.5 to 2.0 million-year-old homonid fossils found west of Johannesburg, April 26. The fossil on the right, christened Eurydice, is the most complete apeman skull ever excavated and described and belongs to a female from the hominid specimen Paranthropus robustus. The lower jaw bone on the left, named Orpheus, belongs to a male of the same species. The hominids belong to a primarily vegetarian line believed to have gone extinct about one million years ago and are not believed to be direct ancestors of modern humans. The pair are considered therefore to be a failed attempt at human evolution.

MH//ME
TAIWAN
RTXFKZK
November 28, 1995
The chairman of Taiwan's opposition New Party, Jaw Shaw-kong, takes time out on the campaign trail...
The chairman of Taiwan's opposition New Party, Jaw Shaw-kong, takes time out on the campaign trail.....
The chairman of Taiwan's opposition New Party, Jaw Shaw-kong, takes time out on the campaign trail in Taipei on November 28 to chat on his mobile phone while a colleague waves to supporters lining the road. Saturday's elections are seen as the toughest test for the ruling Nationalist Party since it took power here in 1945
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