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SOCCER-WORLDCUP/
RTS1TCGO
June 23, 2018
Fans of Japan's national soccer team fill out forms as they claim their luggage in the lost and found...
Yekaterinburg, Russia
Fans of Japan's national soccer team fill out forms as they claim their luggage in the lost and found...
Fans of Japan's national soccer team fill out forms as they claim their luggage in the lost and found counter at the airport in Yekaterinburg, Russia June 23, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-HAITIANS
RTS1AS3Y
August 07, 2017
A refugee loads his luggage into one of three containers at the Canadian Border Services Agency building,...
LACOLLE, Canada
A refugee loads his luggage into one of three containers at the Canadian Border Services Agency building,...
A refugee loads his luggage into one of three containers at the Canadian Border Services Agency building, where they process refugee claims, in Lacolle, Quebec, Canada August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-HAITIANS
RTS1ABKN
August 04, 2017
A family claiming to be from Haiti drag their luggage over the US-Canada border into Canada from Champlain,...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A family claiming to be from Haiti drag their luggage over the US-Canada border into Canada from Champlain,...
A family claiming to be from Haiti drag their luggage over the US-Canada border into Canada from Champlain, New York, U.S. August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-HAITIANS
RTS1AB1I
August 03, 2017
Refugees claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
Refugees claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada...
Refugees claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada border on Roxham Road in Champlain, New York USA August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-HAITIANS
RTS1AB03
August 03, 2017
A family claiming to be from Haiti drags their luggage over the U.S.-Canada border into Canada from Champlain,...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A family claiming to be from Haiti drag their luggage over the US-Canada border into Canada from Champlain,...
A family claiming to be from Haiti drags their luggage over the U.S.-Canada border into Canada from Champlain, New York, U.S. August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-HAITIANS
RTS1A9NJ
August 03, 2017
A refugee family claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A refugee family claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada...
A refugee family claiming to be from Haiti take their luggage from their taxi as they arrive at the US-Canada border on Roxham Road in Champlain, New York USA August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-BORDER
RTS11OAL
March 06, 2017
A group that claimed to be from Turkey places their luggage into a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)...
HEMMINGFORD, Canada
A group that claimed to be from Turkey places their luggage into a Royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicle...
A group that claimed to be from Turkey places their luggage into a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) vehicle after they crossed the U.S.-Canada border illegally leading into Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-BORDER
RTS1163J
March 02, 2017
Luggage from a group that claimed to be from Eritrea sits in the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police...
HEMMINGFORD, Canada
Luggage from a group that claimed to be from Eritrea sits in the back of an RCMP vehicle after they crossed...
Luggage from a group that claimed to be from Eritrea sits in the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) vehicle after they crossed the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Dario Ayala
CANADA-REFUGEES/
RTSZVZ7
February 22, 2017
A family claiming to be from Djibouti take their luggage to a waiting taxi after arriving by bus in Plattsburgh,...
PLATTSBURGH, UNITED STATES
A family claiming to be from Djibouti take their luggage to a waiting taxi after arriving by bus in Plattsburgh,...
A family claiming to be from Djibouti take their luggage to a waiting taxi after arriving by bus in Plattsburgh, New York, U.S. February 22, 2017. The family's intention was to travel into Canada legally through the regular border point as they had family in Montreal waiting for them. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-REFUGEES/
RTSZ70Z
February 17, 2017
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan...
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan crossed the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Canada, from Champlain in New York, U.S., February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-REFUGEES/
RTSZ6H4
February 17, 2017
A man claiming to be from Sudan is detained with his family's luggage by a U.S. border patrol officer...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A man claiming to be from Sudan is detained with his family's luggage by a U.S. border patrol officer...
A man claiming to be from Sudan is detained with his family's luggage by a U.S. border patrol officer after his family crossed the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Canada, from Champlain in New York, U.S., February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-REFUGEES/
RTSZ6E4
February 17, 2017
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer carries luggage back to their vehicles after a family...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer carries luggage back to their vehicles after a family...
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer carries luggage back to their vehicles after a family claiming to be from Sudan crossed the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Canada, from Champlain in New York, U.S., February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-REFUGEES/
RTSZ6DN
February 17, 2017
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan...
CHAMPLAIN, UNITED STATES
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan...
A U.S. border patrol officer looks over with luggage by his feet after a family claiming to be from Sudan crossed the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Canada, from Champlain in New York, U.S., February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5X0H
November 07, 2015
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security...
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5WIY
November 07, 2015
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security...
An employee arranges luggages for Russian tourists before shipping them separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5WIW
November 07, 2015
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5WIV
November 07, 2015
An employee helps Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
An employee helps Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more...
An employee helps Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5WIU
November 07, 2015
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
EGYPT-CRASH/
RTS5WIT
November 07, 2015
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board...
Russian tourists double pack their luggages that will be shipped separately for more security on board the airplane at the airport of the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, November 7, 2015. Egypt criticised its foreign partners on Saturday for ignoring calls to work harder to combat terrorism, after Western intelligence sources said there were signs Islamist militants may have bombed the Russian plane which crashed in Sinai. An Islamic State affiliate has claimed responsibility for the crash of the Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier that was bringing holidaymakers home from the Sinai Peninsula resort of Sharm al-Sheikh one week ago. All 224 people on board were killed in what the militants described as revenge for Russian air strikes against Islamist fighters in Syria. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
ISRAEL-MIGRANTS/
RTX1PJXN
August 25, 2015
An African migrant carries his luggage as he leaves Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev...
HOLOT, Israel
African migrant carries his luggage as he leaves Holot detention centre in Israel's Negev desert
An African migrant carries his luggage as he leaves Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev desert August 25, 2015. Israel on Tuesday began releasing some 1,200 African migrants whom it has interned for more than a year in the detention centre. Under the terms of their release, they are banned from living or working in Tel Aviv and the southern resort city of Eilat, which both have large migrant communities. Two weeks ago, Israel’s Supreme Court reduced from 20 months to 12 months the period of time illegal migrants could be held in custody pending the outcome of their requests for asylum. An estimated 47,000 African migrants live in Israel, and many of them are seeking asylum. Israel has recognized only a handful of such claims. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-MIGRANTS/
RTX1PJXM
August 25, 2015
An African migrant walks with his luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's...
HOLOT, Israel
African migrant walks with his luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's Negev...
An African migrant walks with his luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev desert August 25, 2015. Israel on Tuesday began releasing some 1,200 African migrants whom it has interned for more than a year in the detention centre. Under the terms of their release, they are banned from living or working in Tel Aviv and the southern resort city of Eilat, which both have large migrant communities. Two weeks ago, Israel’s Supreme Court reduced from 20 months to 12 months the period of time illegal migrants could be held in custody pending the outcome of their requests for asylum. An estimated 47,000 African migrants live in Israel, and many of them are seeking asylum. Israel has recognized only a handful of such claims. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-MIGRANTS/
RTX1PJXD
August 25, 2015
African migrants walk with their luggage as they leave Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev...
HOLOT, Israel
African migrants walk with their luggage as they leave Holot detention centre in Israel's Negev desert...
African migrants walk with their luggage as they leave Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev desert August 25, 2015. Israel on Tuesday began releasing some 1,200 African migrants whom it has interned for more than a year in the detention centre. Under the terms of their release, they are banned from living or working in Tel Aviv and the southern resort city of Eilat, which both have large migrant communities. Two weeks ago, Israel’s Supreme Court reduced from 20 months to 12 months the period of time illegal migrants could be held in custody pending the outcome of their requests for asylum. An estimated 47,000 African migrants live in Israel, and many of them are seeking asylum. Israel has recognized only a handful of such claims. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-MIGRANTS/
RTX1PJWO
August 25, 2015
African migrants walk with their luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's...
HOLOT, Israel
African migrants walk with their luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's...
African migrants walk with their luggage after being released from Holot detention centre in Israel's southern Negev desert August 25, 2015. Israel on Tuesday began releasing some 1,200 African migrants whom it has interned for more than a year in the detention centre. Under the terms of their release, they are banned from living or working in Tel Aviv and the southern resort city of Eilat, which both have large migrant communities. Two weeks ago, Israel’s Supreme Court reduced from 20 months to 12 months the period of time illegal migrants could be held in custody pending the outcome of their requests for asylum. An estimated 47,000 African migrants live in Israel, and many of them are seeking asylum. Israel has recognized only a handful of such claims. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
GERMANY-TRANSPORT/STRIKE
RTX19RZC
April 22, 2015
People pull their luggage along a platform at Berlin's main station during a nationwide strike by Germany's...
Berlin, Germany
People pull their luggage along a platform at Berlin's main station during a nationwide strike by Germany's...
People pull their luggage along a platform at Berlin's main station during a nationwide strike by Germany's train drivers union GDL, April 22, 2015. A sixth German rail strike in the last 10 months caused widespread disruption for commuters and companies across the country on Wednesday when 3,000 train drivers walked off the job to back their claims for higher pay and negotiating rights. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
AENA-IPO/
RTR4P0BJ
February 10, 2015
Passengers take their belongings at baggage claim area in Terminal 4 of Madrid's Adolfo Suarez Barajas...
Madrid, Spain
Passengers take their belongings at baggage claim area in Terminal 4 of Madrid's Adolfo Suarez Barajas...
Passengers take their belongings at baggage claim area in Terminal 4 of Madrid's Adolfo Suarez Barajas airport February 10, 2015. Shares in Spanish airports operator Aena were priced at the top end of expectations on Tuesday, propelled by strong demand from investors betting on the country's economic recovery. In Spain's biggest privatisation since 1997, bankers priced Aena at 58 euros per share, valuing the world's largest airport operator at 8.7 billion euros ($9.9 billion) ahead of its stock market debut on Wednesday. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/
RTR39QQP
October 29, 2012
Young Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia wait for their luggage upon their arrival at Ben Gurion International...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Young Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia wait for their luggage upon their arrival at Ben Gurion International...
Young Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia wait for their luggage upon their arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv October 29, 2012. Some 240 immigrants from Ethiopia, half of them children, arrived in Israel on Monday on a flight organised by the Jewish Agency as part of its "Operation Dove's Wings". The operation aims to bring to Israel the remainder of eligible Ethiopians who claim Jewish descent and is due to be completed by October 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR37T70
September 11, 2012
Filipino overseas workers, who just arrived from Syria, claim their luggages at Ninoy Aquino International...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino overseas workers, who just arrived from Syria, claim their luggages at airport in Pasay City,...
Filipino overseas workers, who just arrived from Syria, claim their luggages at Ninoy Aquino International airport in Pasay City, Metro Manila September 11, 2012. The Philippine government evacuated nearly 300 female Filipino workers, most of them domestic workers, from strife-torn Syria, bringing them home to Manila on Tuesday. The workers were evacuated after Damascus granted Manila's request to waive the exit visa requirements for Filipino workers sheltering at the Philippine embassy in the Syrian capital, government officials said. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
IRAQ-WITHDRAWAL/
RTR2VHIC
December 20, 2011
U.S. Air Force airman Staff Sgt. Justin Rogers waits for his luggage as he arrives in Baltimore Washington...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
U.S. Air Force airman Staff Sgt. Justin Rogers waits for his luggage as he arrives in Baltimore Washington...
U.S. Air Force airman Staff Sgt. Justin Rogers waits for his luggage as he arrives in Baltimore Washington International Airport, Maryland December 20, 2011. U.S. troops arrived home after their withdrawal from Iraq via the U.S. Air Force base Ali Al Salem in Kuwait. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR2VEGQ
December 18, 2011
An airport employee pushes a trolley of unclaimed luggage during a pilot strike at Madrid's Barajas airport...
Madrid, Spain
An airport employee pushes a trolley of unclaimed luggage during a pilot strike at Madrid's Barajas airport...
An airport employee pushes a trolley of unclaimed luggage during a pilot strike at Madrid's Barajas airport December 18, 2011. The pilots of Iberia are staging the first of two strikes to protest against the management's plans to create a low-cost air carrier they claim will threaten their jobs and working conditions. The next strike is scheduled for December 29. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT TRAVEL BUSINESS)
SUDAN-LIBYA/
RTR2J9MX
February 28, 2011
Sudanese evacuees who fled the unrest in Libya wait for their luggage after arriving at Khartoum airport...
Khartoum, Sudan
Sudanese evacuees who fled the unrest in Libya wait for their luggage after arriving at Khartoum airport...
Sudanese evacuees who fled the unrest in Libya wait for their luggage after arriving at Khartoum airport February 28, 2011. The plane carrying more than 500 Sudanese evacuees arrived in Khartoum via Egypt on Monday. Sudan's foreign ministry estimates there are around half a million Sudanese living in Libya. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PHILIPPINES-BUS/
RTXX2WM
January 26, 2011
Security guards check the bags and luggage of commuters at the entrance of the light rail transport in...
Manila, Philippines
Security guards check the bags and luggage of commuters at the entrance of the light rail transport in...
Security guards check the bags and luggage of commuters at the entrance of the light rail transport in Manila January 26, 2011. A deadly bomb on a Manila bus appears to be similar to devices used recently on Mindanao island, a troubled region where mostly Moslem separatists and Maoist guerrilas are active, the government said. No group has claimed responsibility for Tuesday's blast. At least five people were killed and 14 were wounded in the blast in Makati's financial hub. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
RUSSIA-BLAST/
RTXX1UQ
January 25, 2011
A policewoman watches as a sniffer dog checks passengers at the airport in the city of Rostov-on-Don...
Rostov-On-Don, Russia
A policewoman watches as a sniffer dog checks passengers at the airport in the city of Rostov-on-Don
A policewoman watches as a sniffer dog checks passengers at the airport in the city of Rostov-on-Don January 25, 2011. Talking tough a day after the bombing, Russia's leaders ordered security services to root out the culprits behind the attack, which bore hallmarks of militants fighting for an Islamist state along Russia's southern flank. REUTERS/Vladimir Konstantinov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/
RTXWOSF
January 17, 2011
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia carries her child as she waits for her luggage upon her arrival at Ben...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia waits for her luggage at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv...
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia carries her child as she waits for her luggage upon her arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv January 17, 2011. Some 175 Jews from Ethiopia arrived in Israel on Monday on a flight organised by the Jewish Agency. About two months ago Israel decided to allow 8,000 Ethiopians who claim Jewish descent to enter the country and obtain Israeli citizenship, including some who have waited for years in transit camps. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTXWOSD
January 17, 2011
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia carries her child as she waits for her luggage upon her arrival at Ben...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia waits for her luggage at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv...
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia carries her child as she waits for her luggage upon her arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv January 17, 2011. Some 175 Jews from Ethiopia arrived in Israel on Monday on a flight organised by the Jewish Agency. About two months ago Israel decided to allow 8,000 Ethiopians who claim Jewish descent to enter the country and obtain Israeli citizenship, including some who have waited for years in transit camps. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTXWORM
January 17, 2011
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia waits for her luggage after her arrival at Ben Gurion International...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia waits for her luggage at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv...
A Jewish immigrant from Ethiopia waits for her luggage after her arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv January 17, 2011. Some 175 Jews from Ethiopia arrived in Israel on Monday on a flight organised by the Jewish Agency. About two months ago Israel decided to allow 8,000 Ethiopians who claim Jewish descent to enter the country and obtain Israeli citizenship, including some who have waited for years in transit camps. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPAIN-AIRSPACE/
RTXVF2X
December 05, 2010
Passengers collect their luggage from a luggage belt at Madrid's Barajas airport December 5, 2010. Spanish...
Madrid, Spain
Passengers collect their luggage from a luggage belt at Madrid's Barajas airport
Passengers collect their luggage from a luggage belt at Madrid's Barajas airport December 5, 2010. Spanish airspace reopened on Saturday after a wildcat strike by air traffic controllers paralysed airports for a second day and the government declared its first state of emergency in the post-Franco era. REUTERS/Juan Medina(SPAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-STRIKE/
RTXSSQF
September 29, 2010
A passenger pulls her bag through an empty baggage claim lounge at Madrid's Barajas airport during a...
Madrid, Spain
A passenger pulls her bag through an empty baggage claim lounge at Madrid's Barajas airport
A passenger pulls her bag through an empty baggage claim lounge at Madrid's Barajas airport during a nationwide general strike September 29, 2010. Spanish labour groups, including the two largest unions CCOO and UGT, have called the first general strike in eight years to protest against spending cuts the government says are needed to allay concerns the country could slide into a debt crisis that would threaten the unified euro currency. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-AIRPORT/STRIKE
RTR2IA83
September 13, 2010
Passengers wait for their luggage in the arrivals hall at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport near...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Passengers wait for their luggage at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport
Passengers wait for their luggage in the arrivals hall at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv September 13, 2010. Ground staff began an indefinite strike at Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion airport on Monday, initially halting all outgoing flights, an airport spokeswoman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS TRANSPORT TRAVEL)
BRITAIN/
RTXS2M9
December 21, 2009
A man sits inside the main terminal at Edinburgh Airport, Scotland December 21, 2009. UK airport operator...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A man sits inside the main terminal at Edinburgh Airport in Scotland
A man sits inside the main terminal at Edinburgh Airport, Scotland December 21, 2009. UK airport operator BAA has won an appeal against the Competition Commission on Monday, opening the door for fresh talks on a ruling that its control of Britain's airports should be broken up within two years. BAA had argued to the Competition Appeal Tribunal that the Competition Commission's March ruling it should dispose of London Stansted airport and either one of Edinburgh or Glasgow airports in Scotland within two years had been influenced by bias. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
USA-WEATHER/
RTR22TTQ
December 24, 2008
James Naples rides the baggage carousel while waiting for his older brothers' flight to arrive at O'Hare...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A boy rides the baggage carousel at OHare airport in Chicago
James Naples rides the baggage carousel while waiting for his older brothers' flight to arrive at O'Hare International airport in Chicago, Illinois December 24, 2008. REUTERS/Frank Polich (UNITED STATES)
USA-WEATHER/
RTR22Q9X
December 20, 2008
A woman and her son wait for their luggage after they arrived on a delayed United Airlines flight from...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A woman and her son wait for their luggage after they arrived on a delayed United Airlines flight from...
A woman and her son wait for their luggage after they arrived on a delayed United Airlines flight from Chicago at LaGuardia Airport in New York December 19, 2008. A blast of snow and freezing rain knocked out power, threatened wheat crops and could ruin the last shopping weekend before Christmas as a storm moved from the U.S. upper Midwest to the country's Northeast on Friday. REUTERS/Jacob Silberberg (UNITED STATES)
AVIATION-ASIA/
RTXA2DP
October 30, 2008
Passengers wait to collect their baggage at Singapore's Changi airport October 30, 2008. Aviation analysts...
Singapore, Singapore
Passengers wait to collect their baggage at Singapore's Changi airport
Passengers wait to collect their baggage at Singapore's Changi airport October 30, 2008. Aviation analysts warned on Thursday that more Asian airlines will fail as tourism in the region slows amid a worsening global economic outlook. Visitor numbers to Singapore fell 4.1 percent from a year ago and for the fourth straight month, the Singapore Tourism Board said. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
AVIATION-ASIA/
RTXA2DI
October 30, 2008
A passenger pushes a luggage trolley in the baggage claim area at Singapore's Changi airport October...
Singapore, Singapore
A passenger pushes a luggage trolley in the baggage claim area at Singapore's Changi airport
A passenger pushes a luggage trolley in the baggage claim area at Singapore's Changi airport October 30, 2008. Aviation analysts warned on Thursday that more Asian airlines will fail as tourism in the region slows amid a worsening global economic outlook. Visitor numbers to Singapore fell 4.1 percent from a year ago and for the fourth straight month, the Singapore Tourism Board said. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
USA/
RTR21MYG
August 24, 2008
People are seen in the new JetBlue Airways Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport during...
New York, UNITED STATES
People are seen in the new JetBlue Airways Terminal 5 at JFK International Airport in New York
People are seen in the new JetBlue Airways Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport during a terminal test in New York August 23, 2008. JetBlue Airways Corp. put its newly built terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport through a trial run on Saturday, recruiting some 1,000 of its customers for imaginary flights that involved checking in, clearing security and claiming baggage but no actual flights. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
BELGIUM-AIRLINE/STRIKE
RTR20ZGT
August 12, 2008
Passengers queue to claim their luggage at Brussels international airport August 12, 2008. Negotiators...
Brussels, Belgium
Passengers queue to claim their luggage at Brussels international airport
Passengers queue to claim their luggage at Brussels international airport August 12, 2008. Negotiators failed on Tuesday to reach a deal to end almost two days of a strike by baggage handlers at Brussels Airport, which has caused chaos and left thousands of passengers stranded, local media reported. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-AIRLINE/STRIKE
RTR20ZGH
August 12, 2008
A passenger tries to locate his luggage at Brussels international airport August 12, 2008. Negotiators...
Brussels, Belgium
Passenger tries to locate his luggage at Brussels international airport
A passenger tries to locate his luggage at Brussels international airport August 12, 2008. Negotiators failed on Tuesday to reach a deal to end almost two days of a strike by baggage handlers at Brussels Airport, which has caused chaos and left thousands of passengers stranded, local media reported. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM)
DELTA/
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July 30, 2008
Customers for their luggage at the baggage claim at the Delta terminal in JFK Airport in New York, July...
New York, UNITED STATES
Customers for their luggage at the baggage claim at the Delta terminal in JFK Airport in New York
Customers for their luggage at the baggage claim at the Delta terminal in JFK Airport in New York, July 30, 2008. Delta Air Lines Inc on Wednesday announced a award travel structure for its Skymiles frequent flier program. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
VIRGINAMERICA-LAUNCH/
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August 08, 2007
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural...
New York, UNITED STATES
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural...
Baggage claim tickets are seen at Virgin America's launching of their new Airbus 320 for its inaugural flight to San Francisco International Airport from JFK International Airport in New York, August 8, 2007. Virgin America Inc., the low-cost airline partly backed and fully branded by British entrepreneur Richard Branson launched on Wednesday with a splash of publicity, but found its first flight delayed by a midsummer New York storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY/
RTR1NQ7A
March 21, 2007
German Shepherd customs dog Rex searches a prepared suitcase with drugs, in a line of luggage during...
Frankfurt, Germany
German Shepherd customs dog Rex searches a prepared suitcase with drugs in a line of luggage during a...
German Shepherd customs dog Rex searches a prepared suitcase with drugs, in a line of luggage during a presentation at Frankfurt Airport March 21, 2007. The Frankfurt customs office seized 1,575 kg of narcotic drugs in 2006, about 30 percent of the complete quantity seized in total in Germany for the same year. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1NQ71
March 21, 2007
German Shepherd customs dog Gala and a custom officer walk along a conveyor belt in the baggage claim...
Frankfurt, Germany
German Shepherd customs dog Gala and a custom officer walk along a conveyor belt in the baggage claim...
German Shepherd customs dog Gala and a custom officer walk along a conveyor belt in the baggage claim area at Frankfurt Airport March 21, 2007. The Frankfurt customs office seized 1,575 kg of narcotic drugs in 2006, about 30 percent of the complete quantity seized in total in Germany for the same year. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
SOUTHASIA PAKISTAN
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March 22, 2002
A Pakistan Rangers sniffer dog searches the luggage of a passenger at a
bus stand in Lahore on Marach...
Multan, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
A PAKISTAN RANGERS SNIFFER DOG SEARCHING A BAG IN LAHORE.
A Pakistan Rangers sniffer dog searches the luggage of a passenger at a
bus stand in Lahore on Marach 22, 2002. The military-led government of
general Pervez Musharraf has beefed up security across the country to
prevent sectarian violence between majority Sunni and minority Shi'ite
muslims which has claimed over 400 lives alone during the last year.
REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

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BRITAIN TRANSPORT
RTR1UVA
February 25, 2002
Britain's transport minister Stephen Byers checks his luggage as he
takes his seat on the Heathrow Express...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S TRANSPORT MINISTER STEPHEN BYERS TAKES HIS SEAT ON THE
HEATHROW EXPRESS RAIL SERVICE TO LONDON....
Britain's transport minister Stephen Byers checks his luggage as he
takes his seat on the Heathrow Express rail service to London February
25, 2002. Byers is facing further potentially damaging claims
concerning the disputed resignation of his senior press officer, Martin
Sixsmith. Sixsmith says he has evidence to prove he did not agree to
quit 10 days ago at the same time as Mr Byers' controversial special
adviser, Jo Moore. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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CRASH BAHRAIN
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August 26, 2000
Gulf Air ground staff at Bahrian's airport tries to comfort an Egyptian woman as she makes her way to...
Manama, Lebanon
GROUND GULF STAFF COMFORTS A RELATIVE AT BAHRAIN'S AIRPORT.
Gulf Air ground staff at Bahrian's airport tries to comfort an Egyptian woman as she makes her way to a special Gulf Air aircraft to accompany the coffins of the victims of Wednesday's Gulf Air flight crash August 26,2000. The bodies of the 63 Egyptians killed in the crash were flown home on the special Gulf Air flight. As rescue teams continued to pull pieces of the plane, luggage and clothing from the shallow water, relatives began claiming the victims' bodies to take them home for burial. Ibrahim Abdullah al-Hammar, Bahrain's Transport Ministry Undersecretary for Civil Aviation, said 130 bodies had been handed over to the families. The flight recorders from the Gulf Air Airbus A320 that crashed off Bahrain will be flown to the United States on Saturday in the hope that light can be shed on the mysterious disaster.

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CRASH-BAHRAIN
RTR7M49
August 26, 2000
Cargo workers at Bahrain's airport load the coffins of the Egyptian victims of the Gulf Air flight crash...
Manama, Lebanon
CARGO WORKERS PUSH COFFINS OF EGYPTIANS VICTIMS OF THE GULF AIR FLIGTH CRASH ONTO A SPECIAL FLIGHT.
Cargo workers at Bahrain's airport load the coffins of the Egyptian victims of the Gulf Air flight crash into an aircraft August 26, 2000. The bodies of the 63 Egyptians killed in the crash were flown home on the special Gulf Air flight. As rescue teams continued to pull pieces of the plane, luggage and clothing from the shallow water, relatives began claiming the victims' bodies to take them home for burial. Ibrahim Abdullah al-Hammar, Bahrain's Transport Ministry Undersecretary for Civil Aviation, said 130 bodies had been handed over to the families. The flight recorders from the Gulf Air Airbus A320 that crashed off Bahrain will be flown to the United States on Saturday in the hope that light can be shed on the mysterious disaster.

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