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USA-MEDIA/
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November 06, 2017
Harrington School of Communication and Media at University of Rhode Island and professor of Communication...
New York, UNITED STATES
Media Literacy Week Kick-off.
Harrington School of Communication and Media at University of Rhode Island and professor of Communication Studies Renee Hobbs delivers a presentation titled "Teach the Conspiracies: Media Literacy In Practice" at the Media Literacy Week Kick-off event at the Thomson Reuters building in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
AFGHANISTAN/
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March 31, 2014
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities (OPAWC) center in Kabul March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
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March 31, 2014
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities (OPAWC) center in Kabul March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
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March 31, 2014
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities...
Afghan women take part in a literacy class at the Organisation of Promoting Afghan Women's Capabilities (OPAWC) center in Kabul March 31, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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March 06, 2014
Bakhta Doukani (R), 49, teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in...
Tipaza, Algeria
Bakhta Doukani teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in the Hatatba...
Bakhta Doukani (R), 49, teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in the Hatatba area in Tipaza March 5, 2014. On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975. The UN writes that it is an occasion to commemorate achievements in women's rights and to call for further change. Picture taken March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
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March 06, 2014
Bakhta Doukani, 49, teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in the...
Tipaza, Algeria
Bakhta Doukani teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in the Hatatba...
Bakhta Doukani, 49, teaches a literacy class to other women ahead of International Women's Day in the Hatatba area in Tipaza March 5, 2014. On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975. The UN writes that it is an occasion to commemorate achievements in women's rights and to call for further change. Picture taken March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
ECUADOR-ELECTION/
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January 25, 2013
A girl from the village of Zumbahua learns how to use a large projection touch screen at the Milenium...
ZUMBAHUA, Ecuador
A girl from the village of Zumbahua learns how to use a large projection touch screen at the Milenium...
A girl from the village of Zumbahua learns how to use a large projection touch screen at the Milenium school in Cotopaxi, December 17, 2012. Buoyed by strong oil revenue, record tax collection and steady economic growth, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa has won broad popular support by expanding access to healthcare, doubling state spending on education and turning rough dirt paths into proper paved roads. Ecuador will hold presidential elections on February 17. Picture taken December 17, 2012. To match Feature ECUADOR-ELECTION/ REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION ELECTIONS)
PAKISTAN/
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January 24, 2013
Students from underprivileged background attend a class at Mashal School on the outskirts of Islamabad...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Students from underprivileged background attend a class at Mashal School on the outskirts of Islamabad...
Students from underprivileged background attend a class at Mashal School on the outskirts of Islamabad January 24, 2013. Pakistani street children who once had to wash cars or scavenge now study at Mashal School, a non-profit organisation which helps over 400 children, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION POVERTY)
NIGERIA
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May 16, 2012
A girl holds a slate with alphabets and numbers along a path in the Koluama village in Nigeria's Bayelsa...
KOLUAMA, Nigeria
A girl holds a slate with alphabets and numbers along a path in the Koluama village in Nigeria's Bayelsa...
A girl holds a slate with alphabets and numbers along a path in the Koluama village in Nigeria's Bayelsa state May 15, 2012. Picture taken May 15, 2012. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye(NIGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA/
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February 04, 2012
Children sit on bricks as they attend their class in an open charitable school built under a Delhi Metro...
New Delhi, India
Children sit on bricks as they attend their class in an open charitable school built under a DMRC bridge...
Children sit on bricks as they attend their class in an open charitable school built under a Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) bridge in New Delhi February 4, 2012. The 2011 India's census report in April showed literacy had improved during the decade by 9.2 percentage points to 74 percent. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 12, 2011
Teacher Kennis Wong (R) points to Chinese characters on a board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Teacher Kennis Wong points to Chinese characters on a board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice,...
Teacher Kennis Wong (R) points to Chinese characters on a board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 2011. The school launched one of only two English-Mandarin Chinese dual-language immersion programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District in September 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA/
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April 12, 2011
Gabriel Kenny, 5, points to Chinese characters within the drawing a U.S. flag at Broadway Elementary...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Gabriel Kenny, 5, points to Chinese characters within the drawing a U.S. flag at Broadway Elementary...
Gabriel Kenny, 5, points to Chinese characters within the drawing a U.S. flag at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 2011. The school launched one of only two English-Mandarin Chinese dual-language immersion programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District in September 2010. The Chinese characters Kenny is pointing at reads, "star". REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA/
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April 12, 2011
Aniya Cope (L) and Ryan Goss, 5, read a Chinese book at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Aniya Cope and Ryan Goss, 5, read a Chinese book at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles...
Aniya Cope (L) and Ryan Goss, 5, read a Chinese book at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 2011. The school launched one of only two English-Mandarin Chinese dual-language immersion programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District in September 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA/
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April 12, 2011
Teacher Kennis Wong (L) points to Chinese characters on the board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Teacher Kennis Wong points to Chinese characters on the board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice,...
Teacher Kennis Wong (L) points to Chinese characters on the board at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 2011. The school launched one of only two English-Mandarin Chinese dual-language immersion programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District in September 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
USA/
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April 12, 2011
Anna Hsu, 5, (2nd R) mimics teacher Kennis Wong as children sing a Chinese song at Broadway Elementary...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Anna Hsu, 5, mimics teacher Kennis Wong as children sing a Chinese song at Broadway Elementary School...
Anna Hsu, 5, (2nd R) mimics teacher Kennis Wong as children sing a Chinese song at Broadway Elementary School in Venice, Los Angeles, California, April 11, 2011. The school launched one of only two English-Mandarin Chinese dual-language immersion programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District in September 2010. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
NEPAL
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January 28, 2011
Ashok Karki, 8, (C) a homeless child engages in drawing near a temple in Kathmandu January 28, 2011....
Kathmandu, Nepal
Ashok Karki, a homeless child engages in drawing near a temple in Kathmandu
Ashok Karki, 8, (C) a homeless child engages in drawing near a temple in Kathmandu January 28, 2011. The open space outside the temple is his home. Association for Protection of the Children, a child aid agency, provides food, basic education and shelter to street children whose number is rising in the streets of the Nepali capital, a growing problem in one of the world's poorest countries. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTR2I0RR
September 07, 2010
A schoolboy uses a laptop provided to him under 'one laptop per child' project by non-governmental organisation...
KHAIRAT, India
A schoolboy uses a laptop as a calf stands near at Khairat village
A schoolboy uses a laptop provided to him under 'one laptop per child' project by non-governmental organisation (NGO) as a calf stands near in a primary state-run school on the eve of International Literacy Day at Khairat village, about 90 km (56 miles) of Mumbai September 7, 2010. International Literacy Day is celebrated each year on September 8. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY)
INDIA/
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September 07, 2010
Harish, 11, a school boy uses a laptop provided under the "One Laptop Per Child' project by a non-governmental...
KHAIRAT, India
Harish, a school boy uses a laptop as a calf stands next to him, on the eve of International Literacy...
Harish, 11, a school boy uses a laptop provided under the "One Laptop Per Child' project by a non-governmental organisation (NGO) as a calf stands next to him, on the eve of International Literacy Day at Khairat village, about 90 km (56 miles) from Mumbai September 7, 2010. International Literacy Day is celebrated each year on September 8. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AFGHANISTAN/
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August 09, 2009
Fatema, 17, (R) reads during a class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul, August 9,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Fatema, 17, reads during a class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul
Fatema, 17, (R) reads during a class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul, August 9, 2009. Fatema came to the Center after her stepmother forced her father to make her leave home. According to a 2006 report by the UK-based NGO 'Womankind,' anywhere between sixty and eighty percent of marriages in Afghanistan are forced, 57 percent of brides are under the age of 16, and 87 percent complain of domestic violence. Afghan women suffer from the lowest literacy rate in the world, at 13 percent. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (AFGHANISTAN SOCIETY EDUCATION)
AFGHANISTAN/
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August 09, 2009
A woman takes part in a literacy class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul, August...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A woman takes part in a literacy class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul
A woman takes part in a literacy class at the Family Guidance Center women's shelter in Kabul, August 9, 2009. According to a 2006 report by the UK-based NGO 'Womankind,' anywhere between 60 and 80 percent of marriages in Afghanistan are forced, 57 percent of brides are under the age of 16, and 87 percent complain of domestic violence. Afghan women suffer from the lowest literacy rate in the world, at 13 percent. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (AFGHANISTAN EDUCATION SOCIETY)
Education
Education
Computer Literacy Project in Uruguay - 03 Sep 2008
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CHINA-MERCHANTS/
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March 20, 2008
Students study Chinese characters at Qunxing international school in Yiwu, Zhejiang province March 7,...
Yiwu, China
Students study Chinese characters at Qunxing international school in Yiwu
Students study Chinese characters at Qunxing international school in Yiwu, Zhejiang province March 7, 2008. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
INDIA/
RTR1YK31
March 20, 2008
A Tibetan woman in exile who recently arrived in India learns to write English in Dharamsala March 20,...
Dharamsala, India
A Tibetan woman in exile who recently arrived in India learns to write English in Dharamsala
A Tibetan woman in exile who recently arrived in India learns to write English in Dharamsala March 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
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March 06, 2008
Migrant worker's girl (R) repeats lines said by the teacher in front of the class in a school for migrant...
Shanghai, China
Migrant worker's girl repeats lines said by the teacher in front of the class in a school for migrant...
Migrant worker's girl (R) repeats lines said by the teacher in front of the class in a school for migrant worker's children in the suburbs of Shanghai March 6, 2008. In his annual "state of the nation" report to parliament, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao targeted pollution, misgovernment and the gulf between the urban rich and farming poor as China prepares to go on show at the Olympic Games. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
IRAQ/
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November 15, 2007
Pupils recite during a lesson in a public school in Baghdad's Sadr City November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Kareem...
Baghdad, Iraq
Pupils recite during a lesson in a public school in Baghdad's Sadr City
Pupils recite during a lesson in a public school in Baghdad's Sadr City November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
ROYALS
RTXOL5J
May 10, 2006
Queen Rania of Jordan and U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) pose with characters from the [children's television]...
Washington, USA
Queen Rania of Jordan and U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) pose with characters from the [children's t.....
Queen Rania of Jordan and U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) pose with characters from the [children's television] program Sesame Street during the Mosaic Foundation's ninth annual benefit gala in Washington May 9, 2006. [The Sesame Street Mosaic project will increase programming for young children in Arab countries, teaching them about mutual respect and basic math and literacy skills.]
USA RANIA
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May 10, 2006
Queen Rania of Jordan and U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) pose with characters from the children's television...
Washington, USA
First lady Laura Bush and Queen Rania pose with Sesame Street characters in Washington
Queen Rania of Jordan and U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) pose with characters from the children's television program Sesame Street during the Mosaic Foundation's ninth annual benefit gala in Washington May 9, 2006. The Sesame Street Mosaic project will increase programming for young children in Arab countries, teaching them about mutual respect and basic math and literacy skills. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
INDIA
RTR1V1T5
September 21, 2005
A blind Indian boy attends his class at a blind school in the northern Indian city of Jammu September...
Jammu, India
A blind Indian boy attends his class at a blind school in the northern Indian city of Jammu
A blind Indian boy attends his class at a blind school in the northern Indian city of Jammu September 21, 2005. The blind school is run by the Jammu and Kashmir government, and majority of the blind students will be able to find government jobs after graduating from the school. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA)
African Child
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June 15, 2005
A Malian school girl sits at the front of a classroom during a French language lesson in Mali's capital...
Bamako, Mali
A Malian school girl sits at the front of a classroom during a French language lesson in Mali's ...
A Malian school girl sits at the front of a classroom during a French language lesson in Mali's capital Bamako. A Malian school girl sits at the front of a classroom during a French language lesson in Mali's capital Bamako June 15, 2005. The International Day of the African Child is on Thursday, June 16. Only 18 percent of boys and 9 percent of girls in Mali attend secondary school and the overall literacy rate is less than 40 percent in the impoverished west African country, according to UNICEF. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
AFGHANISTAN
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March 29, 2005
Afghan literacy students head towards their homes after a class in Shaidan village in Bamiyan, about...
multiple cities, Afghanistan
Afghan literacy students head towards their homes in Bamiyan, northwest of Kabul.
Afghan literacy students head towards their homes after a class in Shaidan village in Bamiyan, about 260 km (161 miles) northwest of Kabul, March 29, 2005. As part of an incentive to get them to school, the UN's World Food Programme regularly gives out food rations to an estimated 700 female students and teachers taking part in the female literacy course that enrols women from ages 15 to 35. A recent UN report revealed that female literacy in Afghanistan is below 20 percent nationwide. Picture taken March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/SA
INDIA
RTR15CNM
December 02, 2004
A trainer teaches Indian children how to use the computer in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta December...
Calcutta, India
A trainer teaches Indian children how to use the computer in Calcutta.
A trainer teaches Indian children how to use the computer in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta December 2, 2004. A leading computer institute organised a basic computer knowledge course for underprivileged children on World Computer Literacy Day. REUTERS/Sucheta Das SD/FA
BUDGET CUTS
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February 03, 2004
U.S. Secretary of Treasury John Snow waits to testify before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US TREASURY SECRETARY JOHN SNOW TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Secretary of Treasury John Snow waits to testify before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Febraury 3, 2004. One day after proposing bigger budgets for defense and homeland security, the White House on Tuesday releases a list of the 128 programs it wants gutted, from education "equity" for women to combating alcohol abuse. According to newly released details about his fiscal 2005 budget, Bush would scrap programs to improve writing skills, teach economics and foreign languages, and promote literacy in prison. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia MG/GN
BUDGET CUTS
RTRBTGF
February 03, 2004
U.S. Secretary of Treasury John Snow testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US TREASURY SECRETARY JOHN SNOW TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Secretary of Treasury John Snow testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Febraury 3, 2004. One day after proposing bigger budgets for defense and homeland security, the White House on Tuesday releases a list of the 128 programs it wants gutted, from education "equity" for women to combating alcohol abuse. According to newly released details about his fiscal 2005 budget, Bush would scrap programs to improve writing skills, teach economics and foreign languages, and promote literacy in prison. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia MG/GN
BUDGET CUTS
RTRBTFQ
February 03, 2004
Office of Management and Budget Director Joshua Bolten testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives...
Washington, UNITED STATES
BUDGET MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR BOLTEN TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON.
Office of Management and Budget Director Joshua Bolten testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Febraury 3, 2004. One day after proposing bigger budgets for defense and homeland security, the White House on Tuesday releases a list of the 128 programs it wants gutted, from education "equity" for women to combating alcohol abuse. According to newly released details about his fiscal 2005 budget, Bush would scrap programs to improve writing skills, teach economics and foreign languages, and promote literacy in prison. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia MG/GN
BUDGET CUTS
RTRBTFC
February 03, 2004
Office of Management and Budget Director Joshua Bolten testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives...
Washington, UNITED STATES
BUDGET MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR BOLTEN TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON.
Office of Management and Budget Director Joshua Bolten testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Febraury 3, 2004. One day after proposing bigger budgets for defense and homeland security, the White House on Tuesday releases a list of the 128 programs it wants gutted, from education "equity" for women to combating alcohol abuse. According to newly released details about his fiscal 2005 budget, Bush would scrap programs to improve writing skills, teach economics and foreign languages, and promote literacy in prison. REUTERS/Mannie Garcia MG/GN
VENEZUELA-CUBA-LITERACY
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August 06, 2003
A Venezuelan woman learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas, August...
Caracas, Venezuela
A VENEZUELAN WOMAN LEARNS TO READ AND WRITE WITH THE MISSION ROBINSON
LITERACY PROGRAM IN CARACAS.
A Venezuelan woman learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas, August 6, 2003. The project, initiated by
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and based on a Cuban program, aims to
teach more than a million people to read and write in three months.
REUTERS/Howard Yanes

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VENEZUELA-CUBA-LITERACY
RTR1DBL
August 06, 2003
Carlos Aguilar, 58, learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
CARLOS AGUILAR LEARNS TO READ AND WRITE WITH MISSION ROBINSON LITERACY
PROGRAM IN CARACAS.
Carlos Aguilar, 58, learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas, August 6, 2003. The project, initiated by
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and based on a Cuban program, aims to
teach more than a million people to read and write in three months.
REUTERS/Howard Yanes

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VENEZUELA-CUBA-LITERACY
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August 06, 2003
Elba Josefina, 48, learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas, August...
Caracas, Venezuela
ELBA JOSEFINA LEARNS TO READ AND WRITE WITH THE MISSION ROBINSON
LITERACY PROGRAM IN CARACAS.
Elba Josefina, 48, learns to read and write with the Mission Robinson
literacy program in Caracas, August 6, 2003. The project, initiated by
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and based on a Cuban program, aims to
teach more than a million people to read and write in three months.
REUTERS/Howard Yanes

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FEATURE
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May 31, 2000
TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-TURKEY-KURDS - A Turkish military officer Major Aydan Aydin (L) chats with a Kurdish...
Mardin, Turkey
FEATURE MATCHER FOR FEATURE BC-TURKEY-KURDS.
TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-TURKEY-KURDS - A Turkish military officer Major Aydan Aydin (L) chats with a Kurdish woman and her son during a visit by Turkish soldiers to help the construction of a school building in Ikizce, near the southeastern Turkish town of Mardin. Paying for weddings, supplying teachers, building schools and houses, setting up cinemas and clubs, teaching literacy and the ceremonial circumcision of 100 boys from poor families are part of an army campaign to regain the trust lost over 15 years of conflict in the mainly Kurdish southeast.

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MANDELA
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February 20, 1997
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela, leaves the stage during a literacy...
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela, leaves the stage during a litera.....
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela, leaves the stage during a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign in Soweto township outside Johannesburg February 20. Mandela was accompanied by his companion Graca Machel (C). Mandela divorced Winnie last year and made his first official appearance with Machel this week in Cape Town.
MANDELA
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February 20, 1997
President Nelson Mandela and his companion Graca Machel dance during the launch of a literacy boosting...
President Nelson Mandela and his companion Graca Machel dance during the launch of a literacy boosti.....
President Nelson Mandela and his companion Graca Machel dance during the launch of a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign in Soweto black township outside Johannesburg February 20.
RTR1YD9
February 20, 1997
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela, leaves the stage during a literacy...
South Africa
WINNIE MADIKIZELA MANDELA LEAVES
Winnie Madikizela Mandela, former wife of President Nelson Mandela, leaves the stage during a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign in Soweto township outside Johannesburg February 20. Mandela was accompanied by his companion Graca Machel (C). Mandela divorced Winnie last year and made his first official appearance with Machel this week in Cape Town.

SAFRICA WINNIE
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February 20, 1997
President Nelson Mandela and his companion Graca Machel dance during the launch of a literacy boosting...
South Africa
NELSON MANDEL AND GRACA MACHEL DANCE DURING VIIST TO SOWETO
President Nelson Mandela and his companion Graca Machel dance during the launch of a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign in Soweto black township outside Johannesburg February 20. Mandela spoke out against illiteracy and urged schoolchildren to study hard to better themselves.

SAFRICA MANDELA
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February 20, 1997
President Nelson Mandela applauds during a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign...
South Africa
MANDELA, MACHEL AND WINNIE MANDELA ATTEND CULTURE CAMPAIGN
President Nelson Mandela applauds during a literacy boosting "Learn, Teach and Serve the Nation" campaign in Soweto township outside Johannesburg, February 20. Mandela was accompanied by his companion Graca Machel (far left) but was almost upstaged by his former wife Winnie (far right) who arrived late to take up a position on stage. Mandela divorced Winnie last year and made his first official appearance with Machel this week in Cape Town.

SAFRICA MANDELA
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