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USA-AREA51/
RTX73VWI
September 21, 2019
Drivers kick up dust on the road to Area 51 gates as an influx of tourists responding to a call to 'storm'...
RACHEL, UNITED STATES
Drivers kick up dust on the road to Area 51 gates in Rachel, Nevada
Drivers kick up dust on the road to Area 51 gates as an influx of tourists responding to a call to 'storm' Area 51, a secretive U.S. military base believed by UFO enthusiasts to hold government secrets about extra-terrestrials, is expected in Rachel, Nevada, U.S. September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart
JAPAN-NORTHKOREA/FAN CLUB
RTS1I4BR
November 02, 2017
Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, puts...
Tokyo, Japan
Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, puts...
Chunhun, the leader of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, puts on North Korean make-up in Tokyo, Japan September 21, 2017. Picture taken September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
GLOBAL-HIGHLIGHTS/PICTURES
RTSUX9P
December 06, 2016
A pilot looks up from a U.S. F-22 Raptor fighter as it prepares to refuel mid-air with a KC-135 refuelling...
Mihail Kogalniceanu, Romania
2016: A Picture and its Story
A pilot looks up from a U.S. F-22 Raptor fighter as it prepares to refuel mid-air with a KC-135 refuelling plane during a flight to Britain from Mihail Kogalniceanu air base in Romania, April 25, 2016. Toby Melville: 'I hate flying, so when I was asked if I fancied a day trip from a US air force base in Britain to near the border with Crimea, to photograph a mid-air refuel of US fighter bomber planes, I did initially hesitate. I have been sick many a time on previous assignments; flying in military helicopters over Baghdad, in planes hugging mountains in Kosovo and on six-seater propeller planes bouncing up and down through electrical storms in the Chilean Andes mountains. But the chance to shoot from such a unique viewpoint soon overrode all my queasy qualms. A 3.30 alarm call marked the beginning of a 19-hour working day. Eight hours of the shift were spent mid air in the 50-year-old hulk of a noisy, rickety and dark behemoth of a fuel tanker plane. The USAF crew members gave me several opportunities to shoot the Raptor fighter jets performing their miraculous seeming manoeuvres during the day. The Raptors flew at hundreds of knots, just metres from us and with precision accuracy, the umbilical-like line would drop out of the bottom of our plane and lock onto a miniscule-looking aperture on the top of the F22's. This frame shows a pilot preparing to receive the fuel-line. With the bonus of an optically super window to shoot through, together with great visibility on the return leg to Britain from Romania, I was satisfied with the pictures. Thankfully on this trip I managed to keep my composure and during the debrief, still trying to hide wobbly legs, I didnÕt mention to any of the pilots or crew members that I once even puked on an escalator - thatÕs how bad my motion sickness is!' REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "2016 PIX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AIRSHOW-BRITAIN/ROYALS
RTX2KCZD
July 08, 2016
Prince George looks up at the tail rotor of a "Squirrel" helicopter similar to the one that his father...
Swindon, United Kingdom
Prince George looks up at the tail rotor of a "Squirrel" helicopter similar to the one that his father...
Prince George looks up at the tail rotor of a "Squirrel" helicopter similar to the one that his father Prince william trained on as he visits the Royal international air tattoo at RAF Fairford, Britain July 8, 2016. REUTERS/Richard Pohle/Pool
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WST
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo (R) speaks to a potential voter while shopping for...
Hobart, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo (R) speaks to a potential voter while shopping for building supplies in Hobart, Indiana, November 17, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSR
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works on a construction job at a home in Valparaiso,...
Valparaiso, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works on a construction job at a home in Valparaiso, Indiana, United States, December 9, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSP
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works in the kitchen while preparing baked goods...
PORTAGE, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works in the kitchen while preparing baked goods to be sold to support his church in Portage, Indiana, November 12, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSN
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo bakes goods to raise money to support his church...
PORTAGE, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo bakes goods to raise money to support his church at a home in Portage, Indiana, November 12, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSG
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo stands outside a secure barricade hoping to get...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo stands outside a secure barricade hoping to get...
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo stands outside a secure barricade hoping to get admission to a Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 10, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSD
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo lights candles before the start of a reader service...
Hobart, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo lights candles before the start of a reader service at Saint Nicholas Orthodox Church where he is a Cantor in Hobart, Indiana, United States, December 6, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSC
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo stands outside a security barricade hoping to get...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo stands outside a security barricade hoping to get admission to a Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 10, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WSA
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo leaves a voice message while campaigning in downtown...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo leaves a voice message while campaigning in downtown Chicago, Illinois, November 20, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WS8
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo (R) is greeted by a potential voter while campaigning...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo (R) is greeted by a potential voter while campaigning in downtown Chicago, Illinois, November 20, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WS7
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to potential voters while campaigning in...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to potential voters while campaigning in downtown Chicago, Illinois, November 20, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WS6
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a patron while campaigning at the American...
HIGHLAND, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a patron while campaigning at the American Legion in Highland, Indiana, United States, December 15, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WS2
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to people lining up to get into a Republican...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to people lining up to get into a Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 10, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WS1
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo campaigns in a barber shop in Hobart, Indiana, November...
Hobart, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo campaigns in a barber shop in Hobart, Indiana, November 17, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WRZ
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo looks in through a door at the American Legion in...
HIGHLAND, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo looks in through a door at the American Legion in Highland, Indiana, United States, December 15, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WRX
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a worker as he campaigns at a restaurant...
Valparaiso, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a worker as he campaigns at a restaurant in Valparaiso, Indiana, November 17, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WRW
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a worker as he campaigns at a restaurant...
Valparaiso, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo speaks to a worker as he campaigns at a restaurant in Valparaiso, Indiana, November 17, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WRU
January 25, 2016
A customer at a restaurant holds a card given to him by U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael...
PORTAGE, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
A customer at a restaurant holds a card given to him by U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo in Portage, Indiana, United States, December 6, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ELECTION/LONGSHOTS
RTX23WRQ
January 25, 2016
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works in his home office in Hobart, Indiana, November...
Hobart, UNITED STATES
A Picture And Its Story: Everyman for President
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michael Petyo works in his home office in Hobart, Indiana, November 17, 2015. Reuters Photographer Jim Young: "Hillary and Donald are running. So are more than 1,500 others, among them Michael Petyo of Hobart, Indiana. He's not a household name, nor does he have millions of dollars in backing. Petyo is a building contractor, a father and a U.S. Navy veteran. Back in May, Petyo handed me his card. He was outside an event in Des Moines, Iowa, attended by leading potential Republican candidates. Petyo said the party wouldn't let him inside. We only spoke for a minute. Months later, I read of a few hundred people having already signed up to run for president: businesspeople, teachers, bartenders. Petyo lives about 75 miles from me so I arranged to meet. We spoke for a couple of hours at his dinner table with his wife. This is my fourth presidential election campaign. I have logged countless miles and been to hundreds of events - but always with candidates with massive financial backing and support from countless volunteers. Petyo has business cards, his van, his beliefs. He speaks about the working class, faith, the military. In his spare time he bakes to raise money for the church. Religion is important to him and he speaks about it passionately. Over the months we meet up while he campaigns and goes about his life. Petyo drives to a Republican debate in Milwaukee in November; the door is shut there too. He still works the lines of attendees outside. In Chicago people brush by on a cold, windy day as he tries to introduce himself. Some stop to ask him about his policies. He is not a full-time politician, just a regular guy facing what many would call insurmountable obstacles. It's quite the understatement to say the odds are stacked against him. But that shouldn't stop him or anyone from trying." REUTERS/Jim Young SEARCH "PETYO" FOR ALL IMAGES
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX227DR
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (C) German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (3rd R) and his...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu German Interior Minister De Maiziere and his Turkish counterpart Ala...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (C) German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (3rd R) and his Turkish counterpart Efkan Ala (R) visit the area of yesterday's suicide attack in front of the Obelisk of Theodosius at Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX227CE
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (3rd R) and German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (R) visit...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu and German Interior Minister De Maiziere visit scene of yesterday's...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (3rd R) and German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (R) visit the scene of yesterday's suicide attack in front of the German Fountain at Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX227B1
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (R) and German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (2nd R) visit...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu and German Interior Minister De Maiziere visit area of yesterday's suicide...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (R) and German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (2nd R) visit the area of yesterday's suicide attack in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX227AK
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (4th L) his wife Sare (3rd L) German Interior Minister Thomas...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu his wife Sare German Interior Minister De Maiziere and his Turkish counterpart...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (4th L) his wife Sare (3rd L) German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (5th R) and his Turkish counterpart Efkan Ala (3rd R) visit the scene of yesterday's suicide attack in front of the Obelisk of Theodosius and German Fountain at Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX227AA
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (4th L) his wife Sare (3rd L) German Interior Minister Thomas...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu his wife Sare German Interior Minister De Maiziere and his Turkish counterpart...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (4th L) his wife Sare (3rd L) German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (5th R) and his Turkish counterpart Efkan Ala (3rd R) visit the scene of yesterday's suicide attack in front of the Obelisk of Theodosius at Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-BLAST/
RTX2279H
January 13, 2016
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (3rd L) his wife Sare (2nd L) German Interior Minister Thomas...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu his wife Sare German Interior Minister De Maiziere and his Turkish counterpart...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (3rd L) his wife Sare (2nd L) German Interior Minister Thomas De Maiziere (4th R) and his Turkish counterpart Efkan Ala (R) visit the scene of yesterday's suicide attack in front of the Obelisk of Theodosius at Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul, Turkey January 13, 2016. A suicide bomber who killed himself and 10 tourists, most of them German, in Istanbul's historic heart had registered with Turkish immigration authorities but was not on any list of known militant suspects, Turkey's interior minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
MIDEAST-CRISIS/USA
RTX1YNTI
December 14, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama leaves with U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter (L) after delivering a statement...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama leaves with U.S. Defense Secretary Carter after delivering a statement on the counter-Islamic...
U.S. President Barack Obama leaves with U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter (L) after delivering a statement on the counter-Islamic State campaign at the Pentagon in Washington, December 14, 2015. Obama said on Monday progress needs to speed up against Islamic State militants, calling on allies to increase their military contributions to coalition efforts to destroy the group in Iraq and Syria. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VX23
November 26, 2015
Faithful wait in line in front National Youth Service before a mass by Pope Francis in Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Faithful wait in line in front National Youth Service before a mass by Pope Francis in Kenya's capital...
Faithful wait in line in front National Youth Service before a mass by Pope Francis in Kenya's capital Nairobi, November 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1UWAQ
November 05, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to...
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTX1UWAG
November 05, 2015
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to...
Britain's Prince Harry looks up as he meets members of the armed forces and veterans during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London, Britain November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/pool
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TT3F
October 29, 2015
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Stavropol, Russia
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping military exercises outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TT36
October 29, 2015
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Stavropol, Russia
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping military exercises outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TT2C
October 29, 2015
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Stavropol, Russia
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping military exercises outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TT26
October 29, 2015
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, get prepared before boarding a plane during parachute...
Stavropol, Russia
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, get prepared before boarding a plane during parachute...
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, get prepared before boarding a plane during parachute jumping military exercises outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TT1R
October 29, 2015
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Stavropol, Russia
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping...
Conscripts, willing to join Russian airborne forces, train before boarding a plane during parachute jumping military exercises outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TGVD
October 27, 2015
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in the southern city of Stavropol,...
Stavropol, Russia
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in Stavropol
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA-MILITARY/
RTX1TGVB
October 27, 2015
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in the southern city of Stavropol,...
Stavropol, Russia
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in Stavropol
Russian conscripts wait for medical tests at a recruiting station in the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
IRAQ-MILITARY/
RTX1RTW4
September 22, 2015
Iraqi Defence Minister Khaled al-Obeidi speaks to the media during his visit to military cadets in Baghdad,...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi Defence Minister Khaled al-Obeidi speaks to the media during his visit to military cadets in Baghdad...
Iraqi Defence Minister Khaled al-Obeidi speaks to the media during his visit to military cadets in Baghdad, September 22, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M3E0
July 28, 2015
A Turkish flag (R) flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
A Turkish flag flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance...
A Turkish flag (R) flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M3CE
July 28, 2015
A Turkish flag (C) flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
A Turkish flag flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance...
A Turkish flag (C) flies among others flags of NATO members during the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M3B1
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (C) addresses the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg addresses the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance headquarters...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (C) addresses the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M3A8
July 28, 2015
Gulin Dinc (R), Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO waits for the start of the North Atlantic...
Brussels, Belgium
Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO Dinc waits for the start the North Atlantic Council...
Gulin Dinc (R), Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO waits for the start of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M381
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrives to chair a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC)...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg arrives to chair a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrives to chair a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M371
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) meets Gulin Dinc (C), Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg meets Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO Dinc during...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) meets Gulin Dinc (C), Turkey's Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO at the start of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M34Q
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance headquarters...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M343
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance headquarters...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M341
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance headquarters...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-NATO
RTX1M32U
July 28, 2015
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following...
Brussels, Belgium
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the Alliance headquarters...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg chairs a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations, at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 28, 2015. Turkey sought moral support for its campaign against militants in Syria and Iraq at an emergency meeting on Tuesday with its North Atlantic allies, with both NATO and Ankara playing down any idea of a call for military help from the alliance. Turkey requested urgent consultations with its 27 NATO partners in Brussels after stepping up its role in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State with air strikes, also hitting Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in Iraq at the weekend. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
WW1-CENTURY/ENGRAVINGS
RTX1KK9A
July 16, 2015
Jeffrey Gusky, a U.S. medic who for the past 20 years has gathered images for a photo project called...
BOUZINCOURT, France
Jeffrey Gusky, a US medic and photographer, takes photos of a gravestone of Lieutenant LM Lupton at the...
Jeffrey Gusky, a U.S. medic who for the past 20 years has gathered images for a photo project called "The Hidden World of WWI", takes photos of the grave stone of Lieutenant L.M. Lupton, an ancestor of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at the Bouzincourt military cemetery, northern France, July 13, 2015. Neglected for decades, underground caves in a small village in France's Somme valley contain a treasure trove of hundreds of engravings by World War One Canadian and British soldiers as they sought refuge from German assaults. War researchers say the engravings in the chalky rocks of Bouzincourt, which range from inscriptions of a soldier's name to crudely sculpted flags and hearts, offer a powerful insight into the thoughts of those caught up in the Somme Offensive, one of the bloodiest battles of the 20th century. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
USA-MILITARY/TEXAS
RTX1K2T4
July 12, 2015
The headquarters of the Bastrop County Republican Party are seen in Bastrop, Texas July 10, 2015. To...
BASTROP, UNITED STATES
The headquarters of the Bastrop County Republican Party are seen in Bastrop, Texas
The headquarters of the Bastrop County Republican Party are seen in Bastrop, Texas July 10, 2015. To hear the conspiracy theorists tell it, a labyrinth of tunnels is being built under Walmart stores for military attacks on civilians, and an orchestrated financial crisis will lead to martial law, U.S. troops patrolling chaotic streets, and a dictatorship under President Barack Obama. These and similar tales have gained currency in recent months among a small but powerful group of anti-government Texas voters in the run-up to planned military training drills in the West and Southwest, including in the Lone Star state. While such views represent the fringes of American political opinion, they reflect a broader suspicion of the federal government that has run deep in Texas for years. The U.S. Army Special Operations Command exercise, called Jade Helm 15, has brought these fears to a crescendo, particularly in Bastrop. Some of the exercises, scheduled from July 15 to Sept. 15, will be held in this city located east of Austin. Picture taken July 10, 2015. To match Feature USA-MILITARY/TEXAS REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz
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July 03, 2015
A participant shouts slogans during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A participant shouts slogans during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector,...
A participant shouts slogans during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives...
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters march in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters march in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives...
Kiev, Ukraine
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives...
Tyres are set on fire during a rally held by members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters shout slogans during a rally in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters hold a rally in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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July 03, 2015
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Kiev, Ukraine
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps...
Members of the far-right radical group Right Sector, representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer corps and their supporters carry tyres while marching in central Kiev, Ukraine, July 3, 2015. The participants held a rally to demand from authorities to denounce the so-called Minsk peace agreements, to declare the military conflict in eastern Ukraine a war, to equip volunteer battalions by up-to-date standards and to break off diplomatic ties with Russia, according to local media. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
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