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USA-IMMIGRATION/ALABAMA
RTS58TKY 
December 01, 2021 
Amelia Domingo, 16, fixes her hair at her residence in Enterprise, Alabama, U.S., December 1, 2021. Picture... 
Enterprise, UNITED STATES 
In Enterprise, Alabama a workforce processing chicken includes migrant teens 
Amelia Domingo, 16, fixes her hair at her residence in Enterprise, Alabama, U.S., December 1, 2021. Picture taken December 1, 2021. REUTERS/Alyssa Pointer To match Special Report USA-IMMIGRATION/ALABAMA 
TENNIS-AUSOPEN/
RTS2Z6GI 
January 21, 2020 
Tennis - Australian Open - First Round - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia - January 21, 2020 - Austria’s... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Tennis - Australian Open - First Round 
Tennis - Australian Open - First Round - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia - January 21, 2020 - Austria’s Dominic Thiem fixes his shoelaces during the match against France’s Adrian Mannarino. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
CHINA-LAKE/
RTS2VKUM 
December 20, 2019 
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's... 
Jiujiang, China 
The Wider Image: Fishermen cry foul as China bids to fix drought-hit lake 
On Jan. 1 2020, China will ban fishing in environmentally sensitive regions along the Yangtze, China's longest river, and by the start of 2021, fishing throughout the Poyang itself will be prohibited for at least 10 years. Fan, who has worked half his life on the lake, said he and as many as 100,000 other fishermen were being unfairly blamed for mounting local environmental problems and must now find other ways to make a living. "Our sources of income have been cut off. We don't have anything else," he said. "To be honest, we shouldn't be collecting the coins at all because they are owned by the state, but it is only a tiny amount." The government says excessive fishing has brought stocks down to perilously low levels and put endangered species under threat, including China's last surviving river mammal, the Yangtze finless porpoise. But the Poyang, described by President Xi Jinping as a vital "kidney" filtering the water supplies of 40% of China's population, has also been hurt by intensive sand mining, untreated wastewater and the impact of the giant Three Gorges Dam some 560km (350 miles) upstream. Water in the Poyang, which spills off from the middle reaches of the Yangtze River in Jiangxi province, routinely declines in winter. But the lake is now at its lowest in 60 years. With little rain since July, hundreds of shrivelled anchovies and tiny shellfish have been baked into the exposed shoreline flats. REUTERS/Aly Song SEARCH "POYANG LAKE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching Text: CHINA-LAKE/ TEMPLATE OUT 
USA-BORDERWALL/BUSINESS
RTS2KSNE 
July 03, 2019 
Cattle rancher Arlene Mackay, 80, fixes the hair of her husband Warner, 81, as he exercises in Avon,... 
AVON, UNITED STATES 
Cattle rancher Arlene Mackay fixes the hair of her husband Warner as he exercises in Avon 
Cattle rancher Arlene Mackay, 80, fixes the hair of her husband Warner, 81, as he exercises in Avon, Montana, U.S. June 28, 2019. Arlene helps Warner with most daily tasks since he suffered a stroke in 2013. The couple has been married for 62 years. Picture taken June 28, 2019. To match Special Report USA-BORDERWALL/BUSINESS REUTERS/Tommy Martino 
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTS2ISMB 
June 19, 2019 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening soccer match between Egypt and Zimbabwe in Cairo, Egypt June 19, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTS2ISM0 
June 19, 2019 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening soccer match between Egypt and Zimbabwe in Cairo, Egypt June 19, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTS2ISIW 
June 19, 2019 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
Cairo, Egypt 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening... 
An employee fixes seats inside the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations opening soccer match between Egypt and Zimbabwe in Cairo, Egypt June 19, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
TENNIS-FRENCHOPEN/
RTX6XBBC 
May 31, 2019 
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros, Paris, France - May 31, 2019. A worker fixes the court during a... 
Paris, France 
French Open - Roland Garros 
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros, Paris, France - May 31, 2019. A worker fixes the court during a women's singles third round match between Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova and Belgium's Elise Mertens. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
ICE-HOCKEY/
RTS2HQ75 
May 14, 2019 
Ice Hockey World Championships - Group B - Switzerland v Austria - Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava, Slovakia... 
Bratislava, Slovakia 
Ice Hockey World Championships - Group B - Switzerland v Austria 
Ice Hockey World Championships - Group B - Switzerland v Austria - Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava, Slovakia - May 14, 2019 Technical team fixes boards during the match. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
SOUTHKOREA-JAPAN/KPOP
RTX6TUUQ 
April 30, 2019 
Yuuka Hasumi put high school in Japan on hold and flew to South Korea to try her chances at becoming... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Wider Image: K-Pop stardom lures Japanese youth to Korea despite diplomatic chill 
Yuuka Hasumi put high school in Japan on hold and flew to South Korea to try her chances at becoming a K-pop star, even if that means long hours of vocal and dance training, no privacy, no boyfriend, and even no phone. Hasumi, 17, joined Acopia School in Seoul, a prep school offering young Japanese a shot at K-pop stardom, teaching them the dance moves, the songs and also the language. She is one of an estimated one million other K-pop star wannabes, from South Korea and abroad, hoping to get a shot at super competitive auditions by major talent agencies that will take on just a select few as "trainees". Hasumi is one of 500 or so young Japanese who join Acopia each year, paying up to $3,000 a month for training and board. The school also fixes auditions for its candidates with talent management companies that have been the driving force behind the "Korean-wave" pop culture that exploded onto the world stage in the past decade with acts such as global chart topping boy band BTS. The influx of Japanese talent that is reshaping the K-pop industry comes at a time of increasingly bitter political acrimony between the two countries that has damaged diplomatic ties. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "SOUTHKOREA KPOP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: SOUTHKOREA-JAPAN/KPOP 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-FRA-BEL/
RTS1W82J 
July 10, 2018 
Soccer Football - World Cup - Semi Final - France vs Belgium - Abidjan, Ivory Coast - July 10, 2018.... 
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire 
World Cup - Semi Final - France vs Belgium 
Soccer Football - World Cup - Semi Final - France vs Belgium - Abidjan, Ivory Coast - July 10, 2018. A man fixes Belgium's flag at ''O feux de bois '' club, where fans watch the match on a screen. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/PERU
RTX69YOI 
June 19, 2018 
Saul Acevedo fixes his soccer shoe before a match at a makeshift soccer pitch in Nueva Union shantytown... 
Lima, Peru 
Saul Acevedo fixes his soccer shoe before a match at a makeshift soccer pitch in Nueva Union shantytown... 
Saul Acevedo fixes his soccer shoe before a match at a makeshift soccer pitch in Nueva Union shantytown in Villa Maria del Triunfo district of Lima, Peru, April 22, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP-POR-ESP/
RTX69C27 
June 15, 2018 
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group B - Portugal vs Spain - Fisht Stadium, Sochi, Russia - June 15, 2018... 
Sochi, Russia 
World Cup - Group B - Portugal vs Spain 
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group B - Portugal vs Spain - Fisht Stadium, Sochi, Russia - June 15, 2018 Technical staff member tends to a camera fixed to the goal net before the match REUTERS/Francois Lenoir 
SOCCER-WORLDCUP/RUSSIA-MIGRANT TEAM
RTX67IJH 
June 04, 2018 
Rustam Mustafakulov, labour migrant who plays for FC Maxima amateur soccer team, fixes his boot at the... 
St. Petersburg, Russia 
The Wider Image: Migrants play soccer in World Cup city St Petersburg 
Rustam Mustafakulov, labour migrant who plays for FC Maxima amateur soccer team, fixes his boot at the half-time break during their St Petersburg city's championship match in St. Petersburg, Russia, May 26, 2018. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov SEARCH "VAGANOV MAXIMA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CRICKET-SRI LANKA/CORRUPTION
RTX66KPE 
May 28, 2018 
Ashley De Silva ,CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket speaks during a news conference after persons allegedly involved... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
Ashley De Silva ,CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket speaks during a news conference after two people allegedly... 
Ashley De Silva ,CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket speaks during a news conference after persons allegedly involved in pitch-fixing were suspended, in Colombo, Sri Lanka May 28, 2018. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte 
UKRAINE-SOCCER/
RTS1SRCL 
May 22, 2018 
A monitor displays a game episode, which was shown by National Police as proof of match-fixing, during... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A monitor displays a game episode, which was shown by National Police as proof of match-fixing, during... 
A monitor displays a game episode, which was shown by National Police as proof of match-fixing, during a news conference at the police headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine, May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko 
UKRAINE-SOCCER/
RTS1SQW5 
May 22, 2018 
Logos of Ukrainian football clubs, suspected by National Police to be involved in match-fixing, are ... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
Logos of Ukrainian football clubs, suspected by National Police to be involved in match-fixing, are ... 
Logos of Ukrainian football clubs, suspected by National Police to be involved in match-fixing, are seen on a monitor during a news conference at the police headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko 
CUBA-POLITICS/CASTRO-SIERRAMAESTRA
RTX5RRRQ 
April 17, 2018 
In the rugged Sierra Maestra mountains near where Fidel Castro made his hideout as he led a guerrilla... 
CERRITO DE NAUA, Cuba 
The Wider Image: In the Sierra Maestra, Castro revolution lives on 
In the rugged Sierra Maestra mountains near where Fidel Castro made his hideout as he led a guerrilla uprising in the late 1950s, Cubans say they are still grateful for the land reforms and modern amenities his leftist revolution brought. Fidel Castro's younger brother Raul Castro, 86, steps down as president this week. His successor is likely to be 57-year-old Miguel Diaz-Canel, the first time that Communist-run Cuba has had a leader born after the 1959 revolution. In Santo Domingo, the hamlet closest to the "Comandancia La Plata" where the rebels had their military headquarters, locals say they owe much to the Castros' revolution, despite an ailing economy that Raul Castro's tentative market reforms have failed to fix. Title to land was given free of charge to former tenant farmers, farm labourers and sharecroppers. Many farmers then joined together to work under the umbrella of state and cooperative farms. The Cuban government also brought medical facilities, schools and paved roads to remote places like Santo Domingo, a village of several hundred inhabitants nestled in the wooded mountains by a river. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini SEARCH "SANTO DOMINGO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CUBA-POLITICS/CASTRO-SIERRAMAESTRA 
CRICKET-TEST-LKA-IND/
RTX3CT4P 
July 25, 2017 
Cricket - Sri Lanka v India - India's Team Practice Session - Galle, Sri Lanka - July 25, 2017 - India's... 
Galle, Sri Lanka 
Sri Lanka v India - India's Team Practice Session 
Cricket - Sri Lanka v India - India's Team Practice Session - Galle, Sri Lanka - July 25, 2017 - India's cricketer Rohit Sharma fixes his bat ahead of their first test match. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte 
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTSWEG6 
January 20, 2017 
Tennis - Australian Open - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia - 20/1/17 Britain's Daniel Evans fixes... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Tennis - Australian Open - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia 
Tennis - Australian Open - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia - 20/1/17 Britain's Daniel Evans fixes his racket during his Men's singles third round match against Australia's Bernard Tomic. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
USA-PUERTORICO/DISABILITY
RTSVBR6 
December 09, 2016 
Alma Rivera, 39, waits in front of a television as her mother fixes her a plate of dinner at their home... 
Kissimmee, UNITED STATES 
Alma Rivera waits in front of a television as her mother fixes her a plate of dinner at their home in... 
Alma Rivera, 39, waits in front of a television as her mother fixes her a plate of dinner at their home in Kissimmee, Florida, U.S. December 2, 2016. Picture taken December 2, 2016. To match Special Report USA-PUERTORICO/DISABILITY REUTERS/Phelan Ebenhack 
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/AUTOPSY
RTSV26V 
December 07, 2016 
A funeral parlour worker reaches for a comb to fix the hair of Florjohn Cruz after his autopsy at Eusebio... 
Manila, Philippines 
A funeral parlour worker reaches for a comb to fix the hair of Florjohn Cruz after his autopsy at Eusebio... 
A funeral parlour worker reaches for a comb to fix the hair of Florjohn Cruz after his autopsy at Eusebio Funeral Service in Manila, Philippines October 28, 2016. Picture taken October 28, 2016. To match Special Report PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/AUTOPSY REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE
RTSUQXA 
December 05, 2016 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South... 
Manila, Philippines 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of slums and waterways with a high number of drug war deaths, in Manila, Philippines November 3, 2016. To match Special report PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE
RTSUQWX 
December 05, 2016 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of... 
Manila, Philippines 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in Manila 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of slums and waterways with a high number of drug war deaths, in Manila, Philippines November 3, 2016. To match Special report PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE
RTSUQVK 
December 05, 2016 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of... 
Manila, Philippines 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in Manila 
A man fixes his boat near C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of slums and waterways with a high number of drug war deaths, in Manila, Philippines November 3, 2016. To match Special report PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE
RTSUQVH 
December 05, 2016 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South... 
Manila, Philippines 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge 
Local residents fix the street light that was broken near the C-3 bridge in North Bay Boulevard South (NBBS), a Navotas City district of slums and waterways with a high number of drug war deaths, in Manila, Philippines November 3, 2016. To match Special report PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/POLICE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/COURT
RTX23U29 
January 25, 2016 
Former professional tennis player and coach Nick Lindahl (R) leaves an Australian court after pleading... 
Sydney, Australia 
Former professional tennis player and coach Nick Lindahl (R) leaves an Australian court after pleading... 
Former professional tennis player and coach Nick Lindahl (R) leaves an Australian court after pleading guilty to one charge related to tennis match-fixing, in Sydney, Australia, January 25, 2016. REUTERS/Matt Siegel 
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22WE9 
January 18, 2016 
A tennis player-shaped weather vane is seen at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, where the Wimbledon... 
London, United Kingdom 
A tennis player-shaped weather vane is seen at the All England Lawn Tennis Club where the Wimbledon Tennis... 
A tennis player-shaped weather vane is seen at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, where the Wimbledon Tennis Championships take place, in south London, Britain January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. The media reports said the 2007 ATP inquiry found betting syndicates in Russia, northern Italy and Sicily making hundreds of thousands of pounds betting on games which investigators thought to be fixed. Three of these games were at Wimbledon. REUTERS/Toby Melville
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22WE0 
January 18, 2016 
A CCTV camera is seen near a tennis player-shaped weather vane at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, where... 
London, United Kingdom 
A CCTV camera is seen near a tennis player-shaped weather vane at the All England Lawn Tennis Club where... 
A CCTV camera is seen near a tennis player-shaped weather vane at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, where the Wimbledon Tennis Championships take place, in south London, Britain January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. The media reports said the 2007 ATP inquiry found betting syndicates in Russia, northern Italy and Sicily making hundreds of thousands of pounds betting on games which investigators thought to be fixed. Three of these games were at Wimbledon. REUTERS/Toby Melville
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22V8S 
January 18, 2016 
A logo is seen at the entrance to the International Tennis Federation headquarters, where the Tennis... 
London, United Kingdom 
A logo is seen at the entrance to the International Tennis Federation headquarters, where the Tennis... 
A logo is seen at the entrance to the International Tennis Federation headquarters, where the Tennis Integrity Unit is based, in London, Britain January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. Tennis authorities rejected reports by the BBC and online BuzzFeed News, which said 16 players who have been ranked in the top 50 had been repeatedly flagged to the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) over suspicions they had thrown matches in the past decade. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22V1J 
January 18, 2016 
A ball boy is silhouetted as he holds up a tennis ball during a match at the Australian Open tennis tournament... 
Melbourne, Australia 
A ball boy is silhouetted as he holds up a tennis ball during a match at the Australian Open tennis tournament... 
A ball boy is silhouetted as he holds up a tennis ball during a match at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first grand slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. REUTERS/Jason O'Brien 
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22U62 
January 18, 2016 
A player prepares to serve at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January... 
Melbourne, Australia 
A player prepares to serve at Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia 
A player prepares to serve at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
TENNIS-CORRUPTION/
RTX22U60 
January 18, 2016 
A player prepares to serve at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January... 
Melbourne, Australia 
A player prepares to serve at Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia 
A player prepares to serve at the Australian Open tennis tournament at Melbourne Park, Australia, January 18, 2016. World tennis was rocked on Monday by allegations that the game's authorities have failed to deal with widespread match-fixing, just as the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, kicked off in Melbourne. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTX200JV 
December 24, 2015 
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires 
A woman walks past a supermarket as other two women push their trolleys in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 24, 2015. Days into his presidency, Mauricio Macri faces his first big threats as he seeks to fix Argentina's ailing economy: inflation and recession. In his first policy moves since taking office on December 10, the free markets advocate made good on his promises to eliminate capital controls and cut hefty export taxes. To match story ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
GERMANY-ECONOMY/CONSTRUCTION
RTX1ZUJ8 
December 23, 2015 
An employee fixes a skirting board of a prefabricated house for refugees, on the production floor of... 
NEUKIRCH, Germany 
Prefabricated house for refugees are produced at construction company Bauer Holzsysteme in Neukirch
An employee fixes a skirting board of a prefabricated house for refugees, on the production floor of construction company Bauer Holzsysteme, in Neukirch near Lindau, Germany, December 7, 2015. Picture taken on December 7, 2015. To match GERMANY-ECONOMY/CONSTRUCTION REUTERS/Michaela Rehle 
SOCCER-CLUB/
RTX1ZCGQ 
December 19, 2015 
Supporters of Argentine club River Plate fix a flag to trees as thousands of them gather for a pre-match... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Supporters of Argentine club River Plate fix a flag to trees as thousands of them gather for a pre-match... 
Supporters of Argentine club River Plate fix a flag to trees as thousands of them gather for a pre-match party in Tokyo's Yoyogi park ahead of their team's Club World Cup final soccer match against Barcelona, Japan, December 19, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH
RTX1VX1A 
November 26, 2015 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140... 
Oberhausen, Germany 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140 refugees are landing in Oberhausen every week, forcing authorities to come up with new locations to house them. City officials say they had little choice but to use the church. In early November, workers removed the altar and dozens of chairs, replacing them with metal beds, which are separated by makeshift partitions to give the church's new residents a semblance of privacy. Picture taken October 30, 2015. To match story EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH
RTX1VX18 
November 26, 2015 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140... 
Oberhausen, Germany 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140 refugees are landing in Oberhausen every week, forcing authorities to come up with new locations to house them. City officials say they had little choice but to use the church. In early November, workers removed the altar and dozens of chairs, replacing them with metal beds, which are separated by makeshift partitions to give the church's new residents a semblance of privacy. Picture taken October 30, 2015.To match story EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH
RTX1VX0Q 
November 26, 2015 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140... 
Oberhausen, Germany 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen 
A worker fixes the cross of the Protestant church in Oberhausen, Germany, October 30, 2015. Up to 140 refugees are landing in Oberhausen every week, forcing authorities to come up with new locations to house them. City officials say they had little choice but to use the church. In early November, workers removed the altar and dozens of chairs, replacing them with metal beds, which are separated by makeshift partitions to give the church's new residents a semblance of privacy. Picture taken October 30, 2015. To match story EUROPE MIGRANTS/GERMANY-CHURCH REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
PALESTINIANS-EGYPT/TUNNELS
RTX1UPIW 
November 04, 2015 
Palestinian workers rest as they repair a smuggling tunnel, that was flooded by Egyptian security forces,... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian workers rest as they repair a smuggling tunnel, that was flooded by Egyptian security forces,... 
Palestinian workers rest as they repair a smuggling tunnel, that was flooded by Egyptian security forces, beneath the border between Egypt and southern Gaza Strip November 2, 2015. A network of Palestinian tunnels running under the frontier town of Rafah is now water-logged, destroyed by Cairo to sever what it says is a weapons smuggling route out of Gaza for Islamist insurgents in Egypt's Sinai desert. Picture taken November 2, 2015. To match PALESTINIANS-EGYPT/TUNNELS REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
PALESTINIANS-EGYPT/TUNNELS
RTX1UPFM 
November 04, 2015 
A Palestinian worker repairs a smuggling tunnel after it was flooded by Egyptian security forces, beneath... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
A Palestinian worker repairs a smuggling tunnel after it was flooded by Egyptian security forces, beneath... 
A Palestinian worker repairs a smuggling tunnel after it was flooded by Egyptian security forces, beneath the border between Egypt and southern Gaza Strip November 2, 2015. A network of Palestinian tunnels running under the frontier town of Rafah is now water-logged, destroyed by Cairo to sever what it says is a weapons smuggling route out of Gaza for Islamist insurgents in Egypt's Sinai desert. Picture taken November 2, 2015. To match PALESTINIANS-EGYPT/TUNNELS REUTERS/Mohammed Salem TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-ELECTION/MINORITIES
RTS4X0O 
October 18, 2015 
An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state,... 
HTAY KHO, Myanmar 
An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state... 
An ethnic Kayaw woman Lae Kar Oo fixes coil rings onto Baw Li Nan at Htaykho village in the Kayah state, Myanmar September 13, 2015. With about 30,000 members, the Kayaw are one of the smallest ethnic minorities among Myanmar's 135 groups. Their village has for decades been off-limits, as armed rebels fought the military before a recent ceasefire stopped the bloody conflict here. The rebels in the area have put down their guns and taken to the hills to grow rice and corn, but slash-and-burn cultivation methods mean they struggle to find new places to farm. To Match Feature MYANMAR-ELECTION/MINORITIES Picture taken September 13, 2015. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun 
COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH
RTS3NBT 
October 08, 2015 
A mechanic repairs a pipe of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tank installed in a car outside his workshop... 
DUJANA, India 
A mechanic repairs a pipe of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas tank installed in a car outside his workshop in... 
A mechanic repairs a pipe of a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tank installed in a car outside his workshop in Ahmedabad, India October 6, 2015. Liquefied Petroleum Gas, long a niche product used by the poor to cook and the rich to barbecue, has become a rare bright spot amid a broad commodities rout, riding on the wave of strong economic growth in India and parts of Southeast Asia. To match story COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH Picture taken October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Amit Dave 
HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES
RTS1U19 
September 19, 2015 
A boy plays with a tire as others fix a motorcycle at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the... 
ANSE-A-PITRES, Haiti 
A boy plays with a tire as others fix a motorcycle at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the... 
A boy plays with a tire as others fix a motorcycle at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the Dominican Republic on the outskirts of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti, September 7, 2015. Dominican officials last month began implementing a controversial immigration program targeting Haitian migrants and Dominican-born people of Haitian descent. The program centers on round-ups and deportations that have triggered concerns about a slow-growing border migration crisis in the poorest country in the Americas. So far about 1,500 people have been deported at a pace of 50 to 100 per day, according to relief officials with access to records supplied by the Dominican government. The officials asked not to be identified because they were not authorized to discuss the number of deportees. Thousands more have fled the Dominican Republic out of fear of arrest or harassment, scared by neighbors, bosses, coworkers and police or immigration officials. Picture taken September 7, 2015. To match Feature HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES
RTS1U03 
September 19, 2015 
Wibens Pierre fixes the roof of a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the Dominican... 
ANSE-A-PITRES, Haiti 
Wibens Pierre fixes the roof of a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the Dominican... 
Wibens Pierre fixes the roof of a makeshift tent at a refugee camp for Haitians returning from the Dominican Republic on the outskirts of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti, September 6, 2015. Dominican officials last month began implementing a controversial immigration program targeting Haitian migrants and Dominican-born people of Haitian descent. The program centers on round-ups and deportations that have triggered concerns about a slow-growing border migration crisis in the poorest country in the Americas. So far about 1,500 people have been deported at a pace of 50 to 100 per day, according to relief officials with access to records supplied by the Dominican government. The officials asked not to be identified because they were not authorized to discuss the number of deportees. Thousands more have fled the Dominican Republic out of fear of arrest or harassment, scared by neighbors, bosses, coworkers and police or immigration officials. Picture taken September 6, 2015. To match Feature HAITI-DOMINICAN/DEPORTEES REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
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September 16, 2015 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The... 
Doha, Qatar 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The stadium is being renovated to accommodate 40,000 spectators and is expected to host soccer matches during the 2022 World Cup. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon 
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September 16, 2015 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The... 
Doha, Qatar 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The stadium is being renovated to accommodate 40,000 spectators and is expected to host soccer matches during the 2022 World Cup. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon 
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September 16, 2015 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The... 
Doha, Qatar 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha 
Construction work goes on at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar September 16, 2015. The stadium is being renovated to accommodate 40,000 spectators and is expected to host soccer matches during the 2022 World Cup. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon 
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August 27, 2015 
A signboard showing soccer match fixtures is hung on a wall outside a football viewing centre, along... 
Lagos, Nigeria 
A signboard showing match fixtures of the English Premier league is hung on a wall outside a football... 
A signboard showing soccer match fixtures is hung on a wall outside a football viewing centre, along a road in Lagos August 27, 2015. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye 
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August 16, 2015 
Football - Manchester City v Chelsea - Barclays Premier League - Etihad Stadium - 16/8/15
Chelsea manager... 
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Manchester City v Chelsea - Barclays Premier League 
Football - Manchester City v Chelsea - Barclays Premier League - Etihad Stadium - 16/8/15
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho fixing his watch
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June 09, 2015 
Workers adjust and fix benches on the stands at Chile's National Stadium in Santiago June 9, 2015. The... 
Santiago, Chile 
Workers adjust and fix benches on the stands at Chile's National Stadium in Santiago 
Workers adjust and fix benches on the stands at Chile's National Stadium in Santiago June 9, 2015. The opening ceremony and the first match of the Copa America 2015 soccer tournament will be held at the National Stadium in Santiago on June 11. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
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June 02, 2015 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee... 
Brussels, Belgium 
FederBet secretary general Baranca and referee Panayi attend a news conference on soccer match fixing,... 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee Mario Panayi (R) attend a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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June 02, 2015 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee... 
Brussels, Belgium 
FederBet secretary general Baranca and referee Panayi attend a news conference on soccer match fixing,... 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee Mario Panayi (R) attend a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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June 02, 2015 
Cypriot referee Mario Panayi attends a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Referee Panayi attends a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels... 
Cypriot referee Mario Panayi attends a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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June 02, 2015 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee... 
Brussels, Belgium 
FederBet secretary general Baranca and referee Panayi attend a news conference on soccer match fixing,... 
Francesco Baranca (L), secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization and Cypriot referee Mario Panayi (R) attend a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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June 02, 2015 
Francesco Baranca, secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization. holds a news conference... 
Brussels, Belgium 
FederBet secretary general Baranca holds a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament... 
Francesco Baranca, secretary general of FederBet, an anti match-fixing organization. holds a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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June 02, 2015 
Marc Tarabella (R), member of the European Parliament and Manuel Quintanar (L), director of Integrity... 
Brussels, Belgium 
MEP Tarabella and director of Integrity at the Spanish Liga de Futbol Profesional Quintanar hold a news... 
Marc Tarabella (R), member of the European Parliament and Manuel Quintanar (L), director of Integrity at the Spanish Liga de Futbol Profesional (LFP) hold a news conference on soccer match fixing, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
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April 15, 2015 
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Executive Director Yury Fedotov speaks after signing a partnership... 
Doha, Qatar 
Fedotov speaks after signing a partnership agreement to strengthen investigations and prosecutions into... 
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Executive Director Yury Fedotov speaks after signing a partnership agreement to strengthen investigations and prosecutions into match-fixing and manipulation of sports competitions, during the UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha, April 15, 2015. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad 
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April 15, 2015 
Qatar's Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani stands as... 
Doha, Qatar 
Hanzab and Fedotov sign an agreement in Doha 
Qatar's Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani stands as International Centre for Sports Security President Mohammed Hanzab (L), and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Executive Director Yury Fedotov (R) sign a partnership agreement to strengthen investigations and prosecutions into match-fixing and manipulation of sports competitions, during the UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha, April 15, 2015. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad 
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April 15, 2015 
International Centre for Sports Security President Mohammed Hanzab speaks after signing a partnership... 
Doha, Qatar 
Hanzab speaks after signing a partnership agreement to strengthen investigations and prosecutions into... 
International Centre for Sports Security President Mohammed Hanzab speaks after signing a partnership agreement to strengthen investigations and prosecutions into match-fixing and manipulation of sports competitions, during the UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice at the Qatar National Convention Centre in Doha, April 15, 2015. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad 
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