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SOCCER-SPAIN-FCB-BET/
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November 11, 2018
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona v Real Betis - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - November...
Barcelona, Spain
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona v Real Betis
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona v Real Betis - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - November 11, 2018 A magpie bird on a goal net REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHINA-DAILYLIFE/
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February 17, 2017
A magpie is seen on a tree on a sunny day in central Beijing, China February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Jason...
Beijing, China
A magpie is seen on a tree in central Beijing
A magpie is seen on a tree on a sunny day in central Beijing, China February 17, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee
BELARUS-CHERNOBYL/WILDLIFE
RTSDTL8
April 06, 2016
A magpie flies over a barbed wire fence at the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear...
BABCHIN, Belarus
The Wider Image: Chernobyl - wilderness regained
A magpie flies over a barbed wire fence at the 30 km (19 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor near the abandoned village of Babchin, Belarus, February 18, 2016. What happens to the environment when humans disappear? Thirty years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, booming populations of wolf, elk and other wildlife in the vast contaminated zone in Belarus and Ukraine provide a clue. On April 26, 1986, a botched test at the nuclear plant in Ukraine, then a Soviet republic, sent clouds of smouldering radioactive material across large swathes of Europe. Over 100,000 people had to abandon the area permanently, leaving native animals the sole occupants of a cross-border "exclusion zone" roughly the size of Luxembourg. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko SEARCH "WILD CHERNOBYL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT/CHINA-SMOG
RTX1WLOQ
December 01, 2015
A magpie flies as smog covers China's capital Beijing on an extremely polluted day, December 1, 2015....
Beijing, China
A magpie flies as smog covers China's capital Beijing
A magpie flies as smog covers China's capital Beijing on an extremely polluted day, December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CLIMATECHANGE-AUSTRALIA/WINE
RTR3YEOH
July 13, 2014
An Australian magpie rests amongst rows of vines at Yalumba's Jansz estate in the Tamar Valley, located...
Hobart, Australia
An Australian magpie rests amongst rows of vines at Yalumba's Jansz estate in the Tamar Valley, located...
An Australian magpie rests amongst rows of vines at Yalumba's Jansz estate in the Tamar Valley, located in the northeast of Tasmania June 4, 2014. Australia's wine-growing industry is responding to the rigors of climate change. A study by the U.S. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that up to 73 percent of Australian land currently used for viticulture could become unsuitable by 2050. As the country's traditional wine growing regions, including the Barossa, the Hunter Valley and Margaret River grow ever hotter and drier, winemakers are rushing to the cool climate of the tiny island state of Tasmania. While the national wine industry has shrunk 1.9 percent annually from 2009 to 2014, the Tasmanian state industry is growing at a rate of close to 10 percent per annum, according to the Tasmanian Climate Change Office. Picture taken June 4, 2014. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD SOCIETY ANIMALS)
CANADA/
RTR3AXYV
November 27, 2012
A Magpie flies over a discarded carcass along the side of the road near Cochrane, Alberta November 26,...
Chochrane, Canada
A Magpie flies over a discarded carcass along the side of the road near Cochrane
A Magpie flies over a discarded carcass along the side of the road near Cochrane, Alberta November 26, 2012. In some instances poachers are known to leave wildlife carcasses by the side of the road after they have illegally hunted and stripped the animal of meat and fur. Picture taken November 26, 2012. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: ANIMALS)
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/
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December 11, 2010
A magpie stands near the snow-covered banks of the Miljacka river in Sarajevo December 11, 2010. Snow...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A magpie stands near the snow-covered banks of the Miljacka river in Sarajevo
A magpie stands near the snow-covered banks of the Miljacka river in Sarajevo December 11, 2010. Snow and icy weather has blanketed large parts of Europe, disrupting air, road and train travel. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/
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April 28, 2010
A magpie collects painted grass from a pitch at Fulham's training ground in south London April 28, 2010....
London, United Kingdom
A magpie collects painted grass from a pitch in south London
A magpie collects painted grass from a pitch at Fulham's training ground in south London April 28, 2010. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER SOCIETY ANIMALS)
POPE-ABUSE/
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March 21, 2010
A magpie perches on a gravestone at Milltown cemetery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, March 21, 2010. Roman...
Belfast, United Kingdom
A magpie perches on a gravestone at Milltown cemetery in Belfast
A magpie perches on a gravestone at Milltown cemetery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, March 21, 2010. Roman Catholic Church congregations across both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland listened as Saturday's letter of apology from Pope Benedict was read out during their services. The Pope apologised to victims of child sex abuse by clergy in Ireland and ordered an official inquiry there to try to stem a scandal gripping the Catholic Church which has swept across Europe. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY ANIMALS)
BELARUS/
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October 24, 2009
A white-tailed eagle and a magpie stand in an abandoned field in the 30 km (18 miles) exclusion zone...
BABCHIN, Belarus
White-tailed eagle and a magpie stand in an abandoned field near the village of Babchin
A white-tailed eagle and a magpie stand in an abandoned field in the 30 km (18 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor near the village of Babchin, some 370 km (217 miles) southeast of Minsk, October 24, 2009. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
BELGIUM/
RTR23AAN
January 11, 2009
A dead oystercatcher magpie lies on the frozen sand on the beach of De Haan near Brugge in Belgium January...
De Haan, Belgium
Dead oystercatcher magpie lies on the frozen sand on the beach of De Haan near Brugge in Belgium
A dead oystercatcher magpie lies on the frozen sand on the beach of De Haan near Brugge in Belgium January 11, 2009. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (BELGIUM)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR22M9Z
December 16, 2008
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami (L), is chased by a magpie during a training...
Sydney, Australia
Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami, is chased by a magpie during a training flight...
A Wedge-tailed Eagle from Sydney's Taronga Zoo, named Nonami (L), is chased by a magpie during a training flight December 16, 2008. The four-year-old eagle has almost completed her outdoor flight training after being dontated to the zoo from a private breeder. Wedge-tailed Eagles are Australia's largest bird of prey. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
MILTON
RTXNY6J
November 02, 2005
A couple walk through "The Flock", in front of the "Structural Wave" at a park near Bondi Beach in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A couple walk through "The Flock", in front of the "Structural Wave" at a park near Bondi Beach in S.....
A couple walk through "The Flock", in front of the "Structural Wave" at a park near Bondi Beach in Sydney November 2, 2005. The birds, Magpie Geese, reflect upon Darwin's transient population and and comment on the effects of exposure to extreme weather conditions, says Darwin-based artist Julie Milton. The "Structural Wave" is an attempt to make something so ugly and purpose-built look aethetically pleasing says Australian artist Jarrod Taylor. [The two pieces join 100 artworks contributed to by international and Australian artists at the annual outdoor Sculpture by the Sea exhibition which is in its ninth year.]
AUSTRALIA
RTR19V1O
November 02, 2005
A couple walk through "The Flock", in front of the "Structural Wave" at a park near Bondi Beach in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Couple walk through The Flock in front of the Structural Wave at park near Bondi Beach in Sydney
A couple walk through "The Flock", in front of the "Structural Wave" at a park near Bondi Beach in Sydney November 2, 2005. The birds, Magpie Geese, reflect upon Darwin's transient population and and comment on the effects of exposure to extreme weather conditions, says Darwin-based artist Julie Milton. The "Structural Wave" is an attempt to make something so ugly and purpose-built look aethetically pleasing says Australian artist Jarrod Taylor. The two pieces join 100 artworks contributed to by international and Australian artists at the annual outdoor Sculpture by the Sea exhibition which is in its ninth year. REUTERS/Will Burgess
INDIA
RTRCDEM
May 24, 2005
Indian Magpie Robin collects food for his nestlings at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest...
Bali Island, India
Indian Magpie Robin collects food for his nestlings at Bali Island in the Sunderbans.
Indian Magpie Robin collects food for his nestlings at Bali Island in the Sunderbans mangrove forest delta May 24, 2005. At least 230 species of birds are found in Sunderban. Sunderbans is the riverine mangrove marshlands along the coast of the Bay of Bengal and one of the last surviving natural habitats of the tiger. Pictures taken on May 24, 2005. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/LA
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