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JAPAN-DEFENCE/KAGA-WOMEN
RTX6EI3O
October 09, 2018
A female navigator of Japanese helicopter carrier Kaga wears a key holder while she practices raising...
Indian Ocean, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Japan's women sailors on frontline of gender equality
A female navigator of Japanese helicopter carrier Kaga wears a key holder while she practices raising sign signal flags in the Indian Ocean, Indonesia, September 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KAGA FEMALE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
ASIA-STORM/JAPAN
RTX3AKXM
July 08, 2017
A local resident holds a muddy key holder which he found from his mud covered house at an area hit by...
ASAKURA, Japan
A local resident holds a muddy key holder which he found from his mud covered house at an area hit by...
A local resident holds a muddy key holder which he found from his mud covered house at an area hit by heavy rain in Asakura, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan July 8, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
USA-JUSTICE/LYNCH
RTR4DDEA
November 08, 2014
U.S. Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch (C) speaks to U.S. President Barack Obama in the Roosevelt...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney General nominee Lynch speaks to U.S. President Obama at the White House in Washington
U.S. Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch (C) speaks to U.S. President Barack Obama in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington November 8, 2014. Obama on Saturday picked Brooklyn federal prosecutor Lynch to replace retiring Attorney General Eric Holder, praising her as someone who would bring a commitment to criminal justice reform and other key administration priorities. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
USA-JUSTICE/LYNCH
RTR4DDBM
November 08, 2014
U.S. Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch speaks as U.S. President Barack Obama (R) looks on, in the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Attorney General nominee Lynch speaks as U.S. President Obama looks on, at the White House in Washington...
U.S. Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch speaks as U.S. President Barack Obama (R) looks on, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House in Washington November 8, 2014. Obama on Saturday picked Brooklyn federal prosecutor Lynch to replace retiring Attorney General Eric Holder, praising her as someone who would bring a commitment to criminal justice reform and other key administration priorities. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
MALAYSIA-PLANE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR450Z1
September 05, 2014
Zhang, whose husband Wang Houbin was onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which disappeared on March...
Beijing, China
Zhang, whose husband Wang Houbin was onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which disappeared on March...
Zhang, whose husband Wang Houbin was onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which disappeared on March 8, 2014 shows her husband's car key and key holder during an interview with Reuters in Beijing July 18, 2014. Six months after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, with 239 mostly Chinese people on board, disappeared about an hour into a routine journey from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing March 8, loved ones of missing passengers derive what comfort they can from what's left behind after the world's greatest aviation mystery. More than two dozen countries have been involved in the air, sea and underwater search for the Boeing 777 but months of sorties failed to turn up any trace - even after narrowing the search area to the southern Indian Ocean - long after batteries on the black box voice and data recorders had gone flat. Picture taken July 18, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT DISASTER)

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JAPAN-COMPANIES/
RTR3Z4LE
July 17, 2014
A tourist from China looks at a Tengu or Japanese long-nosed goblin key holder at a souvenir shop in...
Tokyo, Japan
A tourist from China looks at a Tengu or Japanese long-nosed goblin key holder at a souvenir shop in...
A tourist from China looks at a Tengu or Japanese long-nosed goblin key holder at a souvenir shop in Asakusa district in Tokyo July 17, 2014. Diplomatic tensions with China and South Korea are hurting business for a third of Japanese firms, a Reuters poll found, with executives citing a drop-off in sales and difficulties in making deals work. Picture taken July 17, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
USA/
RTR3JJUM
April 02, 2014
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and...
Long Island, UNITED STATES
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and...
A key holder is seen for Matthew Kolen, 14, who was diagnosed at age eight with Asperger syndrome, and his brother at their home in Long Island, New York April 1, 2014. Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is considered to be on the high functioning end of the spectrum. As many as one in 68 U.S. children have autism, a 30 percent increase in just two years, U.S. health officials said on March 27, but experts think the rise may simply reflect that parents and doctors are getting better at recognizing and diagnosing the disorder. World Autism Awareness Day is recognized on April 2, 2014, according to autismspeaks.org.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA-FLORIDA/GUNRANGES
RTR3G4NL
March 06, 2014
Doug Varrieur's target is seen on the firing range in his home's yard in Big Pine Key in the Florida...
Big Pine Key, UNITED STATES
Varrieur's target is seen on the firing range in his home's yard in Big Pine Key
Doug Varrieur's target is seen on the firing range in his home's yard in Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys March 5, 2014. Varrieur, 57, discovered a little-noticed part of Florida law which prohibits local governments from restricting gun rights in any way, and in December he set up a personal gun range on his property in a residential subdivision. Neighbors were outraged by the live gunfire, but their surprise was nothing compared to that of municipal leaders, who were shocked to realize there was nothing they could do about it. Picture taken March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CNE
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld poses for a picture before an extraordinary shareholders...
Bonn, Germany
SolarWorld founder and CEO Asbeck is seen before an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld poses for a picture before an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CN9
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld is surrounded by the media before an extraordinary...
Bonn, Germany
Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld is surrounded by the media before an extraordinary shareholders...
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld is surrounded by the media before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at the former German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CN6
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting...
Bonn, Germany
Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at...
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at the former German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CMX
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting...
Bonn, Germany
Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at...
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at the former German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CMV
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting...
Bonn, Germany
Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at...
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld reacts before an extraordinary shareholders meeting at the former German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CMF
August 07, 2013
A woman is silhouetted against the logo of Germany's SolarWorld at the reception desk of the company's...
Bonn, Germany
A woman is silhouetted against the logo of Germany's SolarWorld at the reception desk of the company's...
A woman is silhouetted against the logo of Germany's SolarWorld at the reception desk of the company's extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn August 7, 2013. SolarWorld is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CME
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck (L) founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld arrives for an extraordinary shareholders meeting...
Bonn, Germany
SolarWorld founder and CEO Asbeck arrives for an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn
Frank Asbeck (L) founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld arrives for an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLARWORLD-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX12CMD
August 07, 2013
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld poses for a picture before an extraordinary shareholders...
Bonn, Germany
SolarWorld founder and CEO Asbeck is seen before an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn
Frank Asbeck, founder and CEO of Germany's SolarWorld poses for a picture before an extraordinary shareholders meeting in Bonn August 7, 2013. Asbeck is seeking approval for a wide-ranging restructuring plan from holders of one of its outstanding convertible bonds, a key step in the solar group's overhaul. SolarWorld had to embark on a debt restructuring to cope with the pressures of overcapacity in the solar industry, where falling prices and tough Asian competition have pushed some big players such as Q-Cells and Solon, to file for insolvency. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3JB
March 09, 2012
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a...
Athens, Greece
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($172 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3J7
March 09, 2012
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a...
Athens, Greece
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in a barber shop in Athens
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($172 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3J3
March 09, 2012
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Chaladri suburb, north of Athens March 9, 2012 after holders...
Athens, Greece
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in a barber shop in Athens
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Chaladri suburb, north of Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($172 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/John Kolesidis(GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3IV
March 09, 2012
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent...
Athens, Greece
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($173 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3IR
March 09, 2012
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a...
Athens, Greece
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in a barber shop in Athens
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($173 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3II
March 09, 2012
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent...
Athens, Greece
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens
A hairdresser cuts hair in Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($172 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE/
RTR2Z3IG
March 09, 2012
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Chaladri suburb, north of Athens March 9, 2012 after holders...
Athens, Greece
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in a barber shop in Athens
A barber cuts the hair of a customer in Chaladri suburb, north of Athens March 9, 2012 after holders of Greek bonds accepted a 53.5 percent haircut of their own in the world's biggest ever debt restructuring. A large number of private sector creditors have agreed to participate in Greece's bond swap offer, a key element in the 130 billion euro ($172 billion) rescue package it needs to avoid a disorderly default on its public debt. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
RTR2P4CN
July 21, 2011
GREECE-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Greece debts by nation and sector. (SIN04)
GR
GREECE-DEBT/
GREECE-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Greece debts by nation and sector. (SIN04)
RTR2P4CM
July 21, 2011
GREECE-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Greece debts by nation and sector. (SIN04)
GR, Greece
GREECE-DEBT/ C
GREECE-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Greece debts by nation and sector. (SIN04)
RTR2OK6R
July 07, 2011
PORTUGAL-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Portuguese debts by nation and sector. (SIN02)
PT
PORTUGAL-DEBT/
PORTUGAL-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Portuguese debts by nation and sector. (SIN02)
RTR2OK6P
July 07, 2011
PORTUGAL-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Portuguese debts by nation and sector. (SIN02)
Portugal
PORTUGAL-DEBT/ C
PORTUGAL-DEBT/ - Charts key holders of Portuguese debts by nation and sector. (SIN02)
POPE/
RTR2LFJW
April 20, 2011
Keychains bearing a picture of Pope John Paul II are displayed in downtown Rome April 20, 2011. Over...
Rome, Italy
Keychains bearing a picture of Pope John Paul II are displayed in downtown Rome
Keychains bearing a picture of Pope John Paul II are displayed in downtown Rome April 20, 2011. Over one million Roman Catholic pilgrims are expected to flock into Rome and the Vatican City for the beatification ceremony of Pope John Paul II which will take place at St. Peter's Square on May 1. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
ATHLETICS-RUSSIA/ISINBAYEVA
RTXXJEE
February 06, 2011
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump in the women's pole vault event at the...
Moscow, Russia
Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting...
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump in the women's pole vault event at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting in Moscow, February 6, 2011. Olympic champion and world pole vault record holder Isinbayeva made an unimpressive return to competition after an 11-month break by winning a low-key indoor meeting on Sunday. Isinbayeva struggled to find her top form but was still too good for her rivals, clearing 4.81 metres on her first attempt to win the annual Russian Winter invitational. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-RUSSIA/ISINBAYEVA
RTXXJE9
February 06, 2011
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump in the women's pole vault event at the...
Moscow, Russia
Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting...
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia celebrates after clearing her jump in the women's pole vault event at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting in Moscow, February 6, 2011. Olympic champion and world pole vault record holder Isinbayeva made an unimpressive return to competition after an 11-month break by winning a low-key indoor meeting on Sunday. Isinbayeva struggled to find her top form but was still too good for her rivals, clearing 4.81 metres on her first attempt to win the annual Russian Winter invitational.
REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ATHLETICS-RUSSIA/ISINBAYEVA
RTXXJE5
February 06, 2011
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia competes in the women's pole vault event at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor...
Moscow, Russia
Isinbayeva of Russia competes in the women's pole vault event at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit...
Yelena Isinbayeva of Russia competes in the women's pole vault event at the Russian Winter IAAF Indoor Permit Meeting in Moscow, February 6, 2011. Olympic champion and world pole vault record holder Isinbayeva made an unimpressive return to competition after an 11-month break by winning a low-key indoor meeting on Sunday. Isinbayeva struggled to find her top form but was still too good for her rivals, clearing 4.81 metres on her first attempt to win the annual Russian Winter invitational. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA4M
August 12, 2010
A vehicle is driven on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level...
SAN SALVADOR DE JUJUY, Argentina
A vehicle is driven on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz
A vehicle is driven on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA4K
August 12, 2010
Geologists from Lithium One mining company work at a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologists from Lithium One mining company work at a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
Geologists from Lithium One mining company work at a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA4F
August 12, 2010
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north...
SAN SALVADOR DE JUJUY, Argentina
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA4A
August 12, 2010
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet)...
Catamarca, Argentina
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA43
August 12, 2010
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet)...
Catamarca, Argentina
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA3W
August 12, 2010
Workers of the Orocobre mining company handle samples from the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123...
SAN SALVADOR DE JUJUY, Argentina
Workers of the Orocobre mining company handle samples from the salt flat at Olaroz
Workers of the Orocobre mining company handle samples from the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA3Q
August 12, 2010
A worker of the Orocobre mining company handles a sample from the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123...
SAN SALVADOR DE JUJUY, Argentina
A worker of the Orocobre mining company handles a sample from the salt flat at Olaroz
A worker of the Orocobre mining company handles a sample from the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH TRAVEL)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA3L
August 12, 2010
Technicians from the Orocobre mining company work on an evaporation pond test in the salt flat at Olaroz,...
Catamarca, Argentina
Technicians from the Orocobre mining company work on an evaporation pond test in the salt flat at Olaroz...
Technicians from the Orocobre mining company work on an evaporation pond test in the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS SCI TECH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA3I
August 12, 2010
Vehicle tracks are seen on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea...
SAN SALVADOR DE JUJUY, Argentina
Vehicle tracks are seen on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz
Vehicle tracks are seen on the surface of the salt flat at Olaroz, 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of San Salvador de Jujuy August 7, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest Lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 7, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA34
August 12, 2010
Geologists from Lithium One mining company stand close to a sample pit at the salt flat at Salar del...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologists from Lithium One mining company stand close to a sample pit at the salt flat at Salar del...
Geologists from Lithium One mining company stand close to a sample pit at the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
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August 12, 2010
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company prepares to descend into a brine pit at the salt...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company prepares to descend into a brine pit at the salt...
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company prepares to descend into a brine pit at the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA2W
August 12, 2010
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet)...
Catamarca, Argentina
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto
A view of the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
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August 12, 2010
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company takes samples from a brine pit at the salt flat...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company takes samples from a brine pit at the salt flat...
Geologist Ruben Garcia of Lithium One mining company takes samples from a brine pit at the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA2P
August 12, 2010
A geologist from the Lithium One mining company drills a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
Catamarca, Argentina
A geologist from the Lithium One mining company drills a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
A geologist from the Lithium One mining company drills a water bore in the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA2I
August 12, 2010
Geologists from the Lithium One mining company walk around the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto,...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologists from the Lithium One mining company walk around the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto
Geologists from the Lithium One mining company walk around the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level and north of the Argentine province of Catamarca August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
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August 12, 2010
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays a sample containing solid halite from the salt flat at Salar...
Catamarca, Argentina
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays a sample containing solid halite from the salt flat at Salar...
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays a sample containing solid halite from the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, north of the Argentine province of Catamarca which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA21
August 12, 2010
Geologists measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, north...
Catamarca, Argentina
Geologists measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto
Geologists measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, north of the Argentine province of Catamarca which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA1Y
August 12, 2010
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays drilling core samples from the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
Catamarca, Argentina
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays drilling core samples from the salt flat at Salar del Hombre...
Lithium One CEO Patrick Highsmith displays drilling core samples from the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, north of the Argentine province of Catamarca which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS SCI TECH)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2HA1T
August 12, 2010
A worker digs a hole to measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto,...
Catamarca, Argentina
A worker digs a hole to measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto,...
A worker digs a hole to measure conductivity along the surface of the salt flat at Salar del Hombre Muerto, in the north of the Argentine province of Catamarca which is 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) above sea level, August 6, 2010. Argentina, Bolivia and Chile, holders of some of the world's biggest lithium reserves, continue to attract investment from mining companies as the market for the metal continues to grow. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop computers, digital cameras and cell phones, as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
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June 23, 2009
Souvenir keyrings for sale are seen at the Wimbledon tennis championships, in London June 23, 2009. ...
multiple cities, United Kingdom
Souvenir keyrings for sale are seen at the Wimbledon tennis championships in London
Souvenir keyrings for sale are seen at the Wimbledon tennis championships, in London June 23, 2009. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN SPORT TENNIS)
BRITAIN/
RTXDAAK
March 27, 2009
A selection of clock keys are seen in a box at Cuckoo Land, his cuckoo clock museum, near Knutsford in...
Knutsford, United Kingdom
Selection of clock keys are seen in box at Cuckoo Land, his cuckoo clock museum, near Knutsford
A selection of clock keys are seen in a box at Cuckoo Land, his cuckoo clock museum, near Knutsford in northern England, March 27, 2009. The museum has started the two-day task of turning its 600 clocks forward by one hour in preparation for the arrival of British Summer Time this weekend. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
CHINA-DISNEY/
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February 12, 2008
A visitor checks a Rubik's Cube featuring Disney cartoon characters in a store at Hong Kong Disneyland...
Hong Kong, China
To match feature CHINA-DISNEY/
A visitor checks a Rubik's Cube featuring Disney cartoon characters in a store at Hong Kong Disneyland entertainment theme park December 19, 2007. To match feature CHINA-DISNEY/ REUTERS/Victor Fraile (CHINA)
GERMANY/
RTR1UUOP
October 12, 2007
A bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during a regional party conference of the...
Hamburg, Germany
A bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during a regional party conference of the...
A bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during a regional party conference of the conservative Christian Democratic Union in Hamburg October 12, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1UUOM
October 12, 2007
A bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during a regional party conference of the...
Hamburg, Germany
Bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during regional party conference in Hamburg...
A bunch of key-holder ribbons with the CDU Logo are pictured during a regional party conference of the conservative Christian Democratic Union in Hamburg October 12, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
PHELPS
RTXMXEO
September 11, 2004
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (R) waves near the street sign named after him as his mother...
Baltimore, USA
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (R) waves near the street sign named after him as his .....
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (R) waves near the street sign named after him as his mother Debbie (L) and Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith (C) applaud during Phelps' homecoming ceremony at the high school of his home town in Towson, near Baltimore, September 11, 2004. Olympic champion and world record holder Phelps, who won eight medals in the swimming pool at the 2004 Athens Olympics Summer Games, was handed the key to his county and was celebrated with a homecoming parade.
SPORT SWIMMING PHELPS
RTRXHJ8
September 11, 2004
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (R) throws shirts into a crowd of his supporters who lined...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Swimmer Michael Phelps throws t-shirts to supporters in Baltimore.
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (R) throws shirts into a crowd of his supporters who lined the streets of his hometown of Towson, near Baltimore, September 11, 2004 to welcome him home from Olympic victory. Olympic champion and world record holder Phelps, who won eight medals in the swimming pool at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, was handed the key to his county, had a street named after him and was celebrated with a homecoming parade. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
SPORT SWIMMING PHELPS
RTRXHJ4
September 11, 2004
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (C) waves to supporters alongside his mother Debbie (L)...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Swimmer Michael Phelps waves to supporters with his Mother at his homecoming in Baltimore.
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (C) waves to supporters alongside his mother Debbie (L) and Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith during Phelps' homecoming ceremony in Towson, Baltimore September 11, 2004. Olympic champion and world record holder Phelps, who won eight medals in the swimming pool at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, was handed the key to his county, had a street named after him and was celebrated with a homecoming parade. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
SPORT SWIMMING PHELPS
RTRXHIZ
September 11, 2004
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (L) shares a moment with his mother Debbie during his homecoming...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Swimmer Michael Phelps gathers to celebrate with his mother Debbie in Baltimore.
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (L) shares a moment with his mother Debbie during his homecoming ceremony in Towson, near Baltimore, September 11, 2004. Olympic champion and world record holder Phelps, who won eight medals in the swimming pool at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, was handed the key to his county, had a street named after him and was celebrated with a homecoming parade. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
SPORT SWIMMING PHELPS
RTRXHIE
September 11, 2004
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (L) waves to supporters as he takes part in a homecoming...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Swimmer Michael Phelps waves to supporters durig his homecoming parade in Baltimore.
U.S. Olympic Swimming champion Michael Phelps (L) waves to supporters as he takes part in a homecoming parade with Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith in Towson, near Baltimore, September 11, 2004. Olympic champion and world record holder Phelps, who won eight medals in the swimming pool at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, was handed the key to his county and was celebrated with a homecoming parade. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
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