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BASEBALL-MLB-SD-COL/
RTS2M0N4
August 10, 2019
Aug 9, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story (27) throws to first to retire...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
MLB: Colorado Rockies at San Diego Padres
Aug 9, 2019; San Diego, CA, USA; Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story (27) throws to first to retire San Diego Padres second baseman Luis Urias (not pictured) as San Diego Padres center fielder Manuel Margot (7) runs to second during the sixth inning at Petco Park. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
MANDELA/
RTX16A27
December 08, 2013
(L-R) Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille, former Springbok Rugby player Chester Williams, South African...
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town Mayor De Lille, former Springbok Rugby player Williams, South African singer Vicky Sampson...
(L-R) Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille, former Springbok Rugby player Chester Williams, South African singer Vicky Sampson and Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel release white doves during a tribute held in remembrance of Nelson Mandela on Grand Parade in front of the Town Hall in Cape Town December 8, 2013. South African anti-apartheid hero Mandela died aged 95 at his Johannesburg home on December 5 after a prolonged lung infection. REUTERS/Mark Wessels (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS SOCIETY)
MANDELA/
RTX166WQ
December 06, 2013
Trevor Manuel, former finance minister of South Africa, leaves with his wife, Maria Ramos outside the...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Trevor Manuel, former finance minister of South Africa, leaves with his wife, Maria Ramos outside the...
Trevor Manuel, former finance minister of South Africa, leaves with his wife, Maria Ramos outside the residence of former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
AFRICA-MINING/
RTR2XEO3
February 06, 2012
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa...
Cape Town, South Africa
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa...
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town February 6, 2012. Africa's mining industry is in the spotlight at the annual meeting that brings together mine executives, investors and policy makers from around the continent and elsewhere. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
AFRICA-MINING/
RTR2XEO2
February 06, 2012
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa...
Cape Town, South Africa
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa...
South Africa's National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel addresses an event at the Investing in Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town February 6, 2012. Africa's mining industry is in the spotlight at the annual meeting that brings together mine executives, investors and policy makers from around the continent and elsewhere. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY INDUSTRIAL)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NJ20
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde waits to start a news conference at the annual meeting of...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde waits to start a news conference at the annual meeting of...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde waits to start a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NJ1Z
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NJ1Y
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens the questions of journalists during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NJ1X
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde answers the questions of journalists during a news conference...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde answers the questions of journalists during a news conference at the...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde answers the questions of journalists during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NJ1S
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde gives a speech during a lunch at the annual meeting of African...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde speaks during lunch at the annual meeting of African Development Bank...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde gives a speech during a lunch at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NJ1O
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde speaks with Portuguese Finance Minister Fernando Teixeira...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde speaks with Portuguese Finance Minister dos Santos at the annual meeting...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde speaks with Portuguese Finance Minister Fernando Teixeira dos Santos (R) before a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NJ1H
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde answers journalists' questions during a news conference at...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde attends a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde answers journalists' questions during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NJ1E
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde speaks during a news conference at the annual meeting of...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde attends a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde speaks during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
IMF/
RTR2NJ1B
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens to journalists' questions during a news conference...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde attends a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde listens to journalists' questions during a news conference at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NJ15
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde smiles during a lunch at the annual meeting of African Development...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde smiles at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde smiles during a lunch at the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. South Africa's Trevor Manuel ruled himself out of the race for the IMF's top job on Friday, making Lagarde an even firmer favourite, although the threat of a judicial inquiry remains. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NIQO
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (L) shakes hands with African Development Bank President...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde shakes hands with African Development Bank President Kaberuka during...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (L) shakes hands with African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka during the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
PORTUGAL/
RTR2NIQM
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (L) shakes hands with Guinea-Bissau's Economy Minister Helena...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde shakes hands with Guinea-Bissau's Economy Minister Embalo during the...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (L) shakes hands with Guinea-Bissau's Economy Minister Helena Embalo during the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NIPX
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde poses during the annual meeting of African Development Bank...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde poses during the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde poses during the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
IMF/
RTR2NIPM
June 10, 2011
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (C) arrives to the annual meeting of African Development...
Lisbon, Portugal
France's Finance Minister Lagarde arrives to the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (C) arrives to the annual meeting of African Development Bank in Lisbon June 10, 2011. Lagarde, favourite to take the IMF's top job, could face a late challenge after a report that South Africa's Trevor Manuel will enter the race as the window for bids closes. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
STRAUSSKAHN/SUCCESSORS
RTR2MIMI
May 17, 2011
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary...
Singapore, Singapore
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary...
A combination photo of possible successors if Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, leaves the IMF. They are (top L-R) Mohamed El-Erian, Stanley Fischer of Israel, Gordon Brown of Britain, Kemal Dervis of Turkey, Peer Steinbrueck of Germany,
(bottom L-R) Montek Singh Ahluwalia of India, Christine Lagarde of France, Agustin Carstens of Mexico, Trevor Manuel of South Africa and Axel Weber of Germany. Strauss-Kahn may be forced to leave his post after being accused of trying to rape a maid in his New York hotel room on May 15, 2011. REUTERS/Staff (BUSINESS POLITICS)
SAFRICA-ANC/ZUMA
RTXSLNS
September 24, 2010
South African Planning Minister Trevor Manuel speaks at a media briefing during the National General...
Durban, South Africa
South African Planning Minister Trevor Manuel speaks at a media briefing during the National General...
South African Planning Minister Trevor Manuel speaks at a media briefing during the National General Council of the ruling African National Congress (ANC), in the coastal city of Durban, September 24, 2010. Manuel, a member of the African National Congress' decision-making national Executive Committee (NEC), told reporters that a decision on increased control of mines could be taken in 2012. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GAEL
July 10, 2010
Passersby look at the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yiull Damaso...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Passersby look at the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Damaso in...
Passersby look at the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yiull Damaso inside a shopping mall in Sandton suburb of Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GAEE
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yiull Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson...
Local artist Yiull Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in Sandton suburb of Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GAED
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yiull Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson...
Local artist Yiull Damaso discusses with a passerby as he works on his unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in Sandton suburb of Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA
RTR2GA6Q
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping...
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2GA6N
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping...
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA
RTR2GA6M
July 10, 2010
A man points to the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yuill Damaso...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A man points to the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Damaso inside...
A man points to the unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yuill Damaso inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2GA6C
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso speaks with a passer-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Artist Damaso speaks with a passer-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of...
Local artist Yuill Damaso speaks with a passer-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2GA67
July 10, 2010
A woman shows a newspaper report of the unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A woman shows a newspaper report of the unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local...
A woman shows a newspaper report of the unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yuill Damaso inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2GA61
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso talks to women while working on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso talks to women while working on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of...
Local artist Yuill Damaso talks to women while working on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SAFRICA/
RTR2GA5X
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping...
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GA5C
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Local artist Damaso works on his painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in...
Local artist Yuill Damaso works on his painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GA4S
July 10, 2010
An unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yuill Damaso is seen in a shopping...
Johannesburg, South Africa
An unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Damaso is seen in Johannesburg...
An unfinished painting "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" by local artist Yuill Damaso is seen in a shopping mall in Sandton suburb of Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA
RTR2GA4C
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso gestures as he speaks with passers-by while working on his unfinished oil canvas...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Artist Damaso gestures as he speaks with passers-by while working on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy...
Local artist Yuill Damaso gestures as he speaks with passers-by while working on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
SOUTH AFRICA/
RTR2GA3W
July 10, 2010
Local artist Yuill Damaso speaks with passers-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Artist Damaso speaks with passers-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of...
Local artist Yuill Damaso speaks with passers-by as he works on his unfinished oil canvas "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" inside a shopping mall in the Sandton suburb in Johannesburg, July 10, 2010. The painting depicts (L to R) former president Thabo Mbeki, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, politician Cyril Ramaphosa, Planning Commission head Trevor Manuel, current President Jacob Zuma, former president F.W. de Klerk watching as Nkosi Johnson, a 12-year-old boy who died of HIV, performs an autopsy on former president Nelson Mandela. According to local newspapers, the African National Congress (ANC) called the painting "an insult to South Africans" on Friday. It is a modern version of a 17th century artwork by Rembrandt called "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp", which depicts doctors watching an autopsy of a criminal. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS SOCIETY)
G20/
RTR2EQHH
June 04, 2010
Managing Director of the World Bank Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the...
Busan, South Korea
Okonjo-Iweala, Il and Manuel attend a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and...
Managing Director of the World Bank Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the G20 Summit Il Sakong and Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister (L-R) attend a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Busan June 4, 2010. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 wealthy and developing economies gather in South Korea this week to grapple with Europe's debt crisis, financial reforms and efforts to rebalance the global economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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June 04, 2010
Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the G20 Summit Il Sakong (L) speaks to Trevor Manuel, South...
Busan, South Korea
Il speaks to Manuel during a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank...
Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the G20 Summit Il Sakong (L) speaks to Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister, during a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Busan June 4, 2010. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 wealthy and developing economies gather in South Korea this week to grapple with Europe's debt crisis, financial reforms and efforts to rebalance the global economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
G20/
RTR2EQHD
June 04, 2010
Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister (R), speaks beside Chairman of the Presidential...
Busan, South Korea
Manuel speaks beside Il during a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central...
Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister (R), speaks beside Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the G20 Summit Il Sakong during a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Busan June 4, 2010. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 wealthy and developing economies gather in South Korea this week to grapple with Europe's debt crisis, financial reforms and efforts to rebalance the global economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
G20/
RTR2EQH3
June 04, 2010
Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister, speaks during a joint news conference as part...
Busan, South Korea
Manuel, South African Minister's National Planning Minister, speaks during a joint news conference as...
Trevor Manuel, South Africa's National Planning Minister, speaks during a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Busan June 4, 2010. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 wealthy and developing economies gather in South Korea this week to grapple with Europe's debt crisis, financial reforms and efforts to rebalance the global economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
G20/
RTR2EQGV
June 04, 2010
Managing Director of the World Bank Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the...
Busan, South Korea
Okonjo-Iweala, Il and Manuel attend a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and...
Managing Director of the World Bank Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chairman of the Presidential Committee for the G20 Summit Il Sakong and Trevor Manuel, South Africa Minister in the Presidency in charge of the National Planning Commission (L-R) attend a joint news conference as part of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Busan June 4, 2010. Finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 wealthy and developing economies gather in South Korea this week to grapple with Europe's debt crisis, financial reforms and efforts to rebalance the global economy. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFQ0C
May 11, 2009
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan (R) talks with Trevor Manuel after Gordhan was sworn in as...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former tax authority chief Gordhan talks with Manuel after Gordhan was sworn in as the new finance minister...
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan (R) talks with Trevor Manuel after Gordhan was sworn in as the new finance minister at the presidential guest house in Pretoria, May 11,2009. South African President Jacob Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFPSN
May 11, 2009
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel speaks before being sworn in as head of a powerful new planning...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel speaks before being sworn in as head of a powerful new planning...
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel speaks before being sworn in as head of a powerful new planning body at the presidential guest house in Pretoria, May 11, 2009. South African President Jacob Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFPSI
May 11, 2009
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel is sworn in as head of a powerful new planning body at the presidential...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel is sworn in as head of a powerful new planning body at the presidential...
Former finance minister Trevor Manuel is sworn in as head of a powerful new planning body at the presidential guest house in Pretoria, May 11, 2009. South African President Jacob Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFPS6
May 11, 2009
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan is sworn in as finance minister replacing Trevor Manuel at...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan is sworn in as finance minister at the presidential guest house...
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan is sworn in as finance minister replacing Trevor Manuel at the presidential guest house in Pretoria May 11, 2009. South African President Jacob Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFPRC
May 11, 2009
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan looks on before being sworn in as new finance minister replacing...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan looks on before being sworn in as new finance minister at the...
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan looks on before being sworn in as new finance minister replacing Trevor Manuel at the presidential guest house in Pretoria May 11, 2009. South African President Jacob Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS HEADSHOT)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/CABINET
RTXFPR7
May 11, 2009
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan (C) smiles as he walks past South Africa's President Jacob...
Pretoria, South Africa
Former tax authority chief Gordhan smiles as he walks at the presidential guest house in Pretoria
Former tax authority chief Pravin Gordhan (C) smiles as he walks past South Africa's President Jacob Zuma (L) and his deputy Kgalema Motlanthe, at the presidential guest house in Pretoria, May 11, 2009. Gordhan was sworn in as new finance minister replacing Trevor Manuel. Zuma's cabinet was sworn in on Monday after he had promised to help millions of poor people and comfort foreign investors who want him to keep market-friendly policies in place.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/ZUMA
RTXESXD
May 06, 2009
South African Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel (C) congratulates President-elect Jacob Zuma after Zuma...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Minister of Finance Manuel congratulates President-elect Zuma during parliament in Cape...
South African Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel (C) congratulates President-elect Jacob Zuma after Zuma was formally elected as the country's President during a special session of parliament in Cape Town, May 6, 2009. South Africa's parliament chose Zuma as president on Wednesday and he immediately set boosting the economy and creating jobs as priorities. REUTERS/Nic Bothma/Pool (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/ZUMA
RTXES6A
May 06, 2009
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel chats with ruling African National Congress President Jacob...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Manuel chats with ruling African National Congress President Zuma in Parliament...
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel chats with ruling African National Congress President Jacob Zuma in Parliament in Cape Town during the swearing in of members and the formal election of the country's president, May 6, 2009. South Africa's parliament is set to choose Jacob Zuma as state president on Wednesday after his ruling ANC's resounding election victory, capping a remarkable political comeback. REUTERS/Nic Bothma/Pool (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXES5A
May 06, 2009
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel chats with Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Parliament in Cape...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel chats with Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Cape Town
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel chats with Winnie Madikizela-Mandela in Parliament in Cape Town during the swearing in of members and the formal election of the country's president, May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Nic Bothma/Pool (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SAFRICA-POLITICS/
RTXES45
May 06, 2009
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel arrives at the South African Parliament in Cape Town for...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel arrives at the South African Parliament in Cape Town
South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel arrives at the South African Parliament in Cape Town for the swearing in of members and the formal election of the country's president, May 6, 2009. REUTERS/Schalk van Zuydam/Pool (SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
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RTXECGG
April 24, 2009
Financier George Soros (R) speaks as South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel listens during a Brookings...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Financier Soros and South Africa's Finance Minister Manuel discuss the financial crisis in Washington...
Financier George Soros (R) speaks as South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel listens during a Brookings Institution discussion on the recommendations of the 'Committee on IMF Governance Reform', as the IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings continue through the weekend, in Washington, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA/
RTXECED
April 24, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion on the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
South African FM Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion in Washington
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion on the recommendations of the 'Committee on IMF Governance Reform', as the IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings continue through the weekend, in Washington, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA/
RTXECEA
April 24, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion on the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion in Washington...
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel takes part in a Brookings Institution discussion on the recommendations of the 'Committee on IMF Governance Reform', as the IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings continue through the weekend, in Washington, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA/
RTXECE4
April 24, 2009
Investor George Soros (L) and South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel take part in a Brookings...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Soros and South Africa's Finance Minister Manuel discuss the financial crisis in Washington
Investor George Soros (L) and South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel take part in a Brookings Institution discussion on the recommendations of the 'Committee on IMF Governance Reform', as the IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings continue through the weekend, in Washington, April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
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April 24, 2009
World Bank President Robert Zoellick (R) shakes hands with South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel...
Washington, UNITED STATES
World Bank President Robert Zoellick shakes hands with South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel...
World Bank President Robert Zoellick (R) shakes hands with South Africa's Finance Minister Trevor Manuel at the beginning of G-24 Ministers session of the spring IMF-World Bank meeting in Washington April 24, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS)
SAFRICA-BUDGET/REACTION
RTXBHT5
February 11, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament in Cape Town, February 11, 2009. South Africa ramped up spending in its 2009 budget but cut taxes to counter a global slowdown and boost an economy seen braking to its lowest rate of growth in more than a decade. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-
RTXBHT3
February 11, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament in Cape Town, February 11, 2009. South Africa ramped up spending in its 2009 budget but cut taxes to counter a global slowdown and boost an economy seen braking to its lowest rate of growth in more than a decade. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-BUDGET/REACTION
RTXBHSX
February 11, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament in Cape Town, February 11, 2009. South Africa ramped up spending in its 2009 budget but cut taxes to counter a global slowdown and boost an economy seen braking to its lowest rate of growth in more than a decade. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-BUDGET/REACTION
RTXBHSU
February 11, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel delivers his 2009 Budget speech to the country's Parliament in Cape Town, February 11, 2009. South Africa ramped up spending in its 2009 budget but cut taxes to counter a global slowdown and boost an economy seen braking to its lowest rate of growth in more than a decade. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-BUDGET/REACTION
RTXBHSL
February 11, 2009
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel (C) arrives at the country's Parliament to deliver his 2009...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel arrives at the country's Parliament to deliver his 2009...
South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel (C) arrives at the country's Parliament to deliver his 2009 Budget speech in Cape Town, February 11, 2009. South Africa ramped up spending in its 2009 budget but cut taxes to counter a global slowdown and boost an economy seen braking to its lowest rate of growth in more than a decade. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
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