Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Mystified

HORSERACING-GRAND/
RTX5O7V4
April 13, 2018
Horse Racing - Grand National Festival - Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, Britain - April 13, 2018 Mystifiable...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Horse Racing - Grand National Festival
Horse Racing - Grand National Festival - Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, Britain - April 13, 2018 Mystifiable ridden by Paddy Brennan (C) clears the fence at Canal Turn during the 16:05 Randox Health Topham Handicap Chase Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNC2
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBV
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBU
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBT
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBO
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBN
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR90
February 13, 2013
A girl cuts cassava for drying at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A girl cuts cassava for drying at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province
A girl cuts cassava for drying at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8Z
February 13, 2013
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8X
February 13, 2013
A man has his face shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013....
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A man has his shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province
A man has his face shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8V
February 13, 2013
A man has his face shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013....
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A man has his face shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province
A man has his face shaved by a barber at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8U
February 13, 2013
Boys collect snails from the Stung Sen river at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
Boys collect snails from the Stung Sen river at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province
Boys collect snails from the Stung Sen river at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8T
February 13, 2013
Trucks are seen in the compound of the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
Trucks are seen in the compound of the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
Trucks are seen in the compound of the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8S
February 13, 2013
A general view of the road leading up to a construction site at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A general view of the road leading up to a construction site at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear...
A general view of the road leading up to a construction site at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8R
February 13, 2013
A woman looks through a window as she sits in her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A woman looks through a window as she sits in her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
A woman looks through a window as she sits in her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8Q
February 13, 2013
A woman and her daughter transport a cart of bricks at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A woman and her daughter transport a cart of bricks at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province
A woman and her daughter transport a cart of bricks at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8P
February 13, 2013
A woman rides a bicycle past a Cambodia Iron Group office at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A woman rides a bicycle past a Cambodia Iron Group office at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province...
A woman rides a bicycle past a Cambodia Iron Group office at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY COMMODITIES)
CAMBODIA-CHINA/
RTR3DR8O
February 13, 2013
A man rides a motorcycle past a signboard for the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A man rides a motorcycle past a signboard for the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah...
A man rides a motorcycle past a signboard for the Cambodia Iron Group at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
FINANCIAL-PAKISTAN/
RTR2J3KD
February 25, 2011
A man monitors share prices on a television screen during a trading session inside the Karachi Stock...
Karachi, Pakistan
A man monitors share prices on a television screen during a trading session inside the Karachi Stock...
A man monitors share prices on a television screen during a trading session inside the Karachi Stock Exchange on February 25, 2011. Pakistani stocks tumbled by more than 3.5 percent on Friday on foreign selling and political uncertainty, dealers said. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS
RTR2HXD2
September 04, 2010
A boy squats next to containers used for cooking as flood victims stand in line to collect food at a...
Nowshera, Pakistan
A boy squats next to containers used for cooking as flood victims stand in line to collect food at a...
A boy squats next to containers used for cooking as flood victims stand in line to collect food at a relief camp in Nowshera Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province September 4, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (PAKISTAN)
UKRAINE/
RTR2DBQ5
May 01, 2010
A woman watches from a cafe as Communist supporters with red flags attend a rally marking International...
Kiev, Ukraine
A woman watches from a cafe as Communist supporters with red flags attend a rally marking International...
A woman watches from a cafe as Communist supporters with red flags attend a rally marking International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, in central Kiev May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCCER-SPAIN/
RTXRDZL
December 03, 2009
Barcelona's Thierry Henry (R) looks at Xerez's Francisco Perez during their Spanish First Division soccer...
Jerez, Spain
Barcelona's Thierry Henry looks at Xerez's Francisco Perez during their soccer match against Xerez in...
Barcelona's Thierry Henry (R) looks at Xerez's Francisco Perez during their Spanish First Division soccer match at Chapin stadium in Jerez December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN SPORT SOCCER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
THAILAND/
RTR267VO
July 30, 2009
Hmong hilltribe refugee children stand in front of a guard at Ban Huay Nam Khao camp in Phetchabun province...
Phetchabun, Thailand
Hmong hilltribe refugee children stand in front of a guard at Ban Huay Nam Khao camp
Hmong hilltribe refugee children stand in front of a guard at Ban Huay Nam Khao camp in Phetchabun province about 416 km (258 miles) northeast of Bangkok July 30, 2009. A total of 4,645 Hmong refugees who had fled Laos, settled in this village five year ago. The Thai authorities consider these people illegal immigrants and intend to return them to Laos. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND POLITICS SOCIETY)
ALBANIA/
RTXD1O4
March 21, 2009
A man looks at his snow covered car in Krrabe, some 30 km (19 miles) southeast of Tirana, March 21, 2009....
Tirana, Albania
A man looks at his snow covered car in Krrabe
A man looks at his snow covered car in Krrabe, some 30 km (19 miles) southeast of Tirana, March 21, 2009. A heavy snowstorm hit the area on Friday, bringing traffic to a standstill. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA ENVIRONMENT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
COSTARICA/
RTR22HXM
December 11, 2008
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn gestures during a news conference...
San Jose, Costa Rica
IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn gestures during a news conference after his meeting with...
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn gestures during a news conference after his meeting with Costa Rica's President Oscar Arias at Presidential house in San Jose December 11, 2008. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA)
SINGAPORE/
RTXAKRK
November 14, 2008
Ho Ching, Executive Director and Chief Executive of Temasek Holdings, and wife of Singapore's Prime Minister...
Singapore, Singapore
Ho officially opens a new children's attraction at Singapore Zoo
Ho Ching, Executive Director and Chief Executive of Temasek Holdings, and wife of Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong unveils a plague whilst officially opening the new Rainforest Kidzworld children's attraction at Singapore Zoo November 14, 2008. Pictured at left is magician Mystifying Imran. REUTERS/Rob Dawson (SINGAPORE)
FINANCIAL/MARKETS
RTX9NO7
October 17, 2008
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, October 17, 2008. U.S. stocks slid on Friday...
New York, UNITED STATES
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, October 17, 2008. U.S. stocks slid on Friday as a report pointing to further deterioration in housing added to recession fears, and offset reassuring profits from manufacturer Honeywell International Inc and Google Inc. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
AIG/
RTR21WT5
September 15, 2008
A security guard greets workers outside the AIG headquarters in New York's financial district September...
New York, UNITED STATES
A security guard greets workers outside the AIG headquarters in New York's financial district
A security guard greets workers outside the AIG headquarters in New York's financial district September 15, 2008. Shares of American International Group fell more than 50 percent in early trading on reports that the insurer had turned to the Federal Reserve for $40 billion in bridge financing to ward off a liquidity crisis and ratings downgrades. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-ITALY/
RTX890W
August 30, 2008
Inter Milan's coach Jose Mourinho gestures during their Italian Serie A soccer match against Sampdoria...
Genoa, Italy
Inter Milan's coach Mourinho gestures during the Italian Serie A soccer match against Sampdoria in Genoa...
Inter Milan's coach Jose Mourinho gestures during their Italian Serie A soccer match against Sampdoria at the Ferraris stadium in Genoa, August 30 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
BARACK OBAMA/
RTX71MO
June 17, 2008
Presumptive U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama (L) is presented with a dental hygiene...
Taylor, UNITED STATES
Presumptive U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is presented with a dental hygiene kit...
Presumptive U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama (L) is presented with a dental hygiene kit by Dental hygienist student Holly Siemens during a campaign stop at Wayne County Community College District in Taylor, Michigan June 17, 2008. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008 (USA)
EUROPE-BUSH
RTX6RTH
June 11, 2008
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) smiles alongside U.S. President George W. Bush during a joint...
Meseberg, Germany
Germany's Chancellor Merkel smiles alongside U.S. President Bush during a joint news conference in Schloss...
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) smiles alongside U.S. President George W. Bush during a joint news conference in Schloss Meseberg June 11, 2008. REUTERS/Jason Reed (GERMANY)
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTX6G5C
June 02, 2008
France's Gael Monfils reacts during his match against Croatia's Ivan Ljubici at the French Open tennis...
Paris, France
France's Gael Monfils reacts during his match against Croatia's Ivan Ljubici at the French Open tennis...
France's Gael Monfils reacts during his match against Croatia's Ivan Ljubici at the French Open tennis tournament at Roland Garros in Paris June 2, 2008. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1WV64
February 09, 2008
A boy looks at a U.N. delegation at a camp for displaced people in Nakuru February 9, 2008. Kenya's feuding...
Nakuru, Kenya
Boy looks at UN delegation at a camp for displaced people in Nakuru
A boy looks at a U.N. delegation at a camp for displaced people in Nakuru February 9, 2008. Kenya's feuding parties look on the verge of striking a power-sharing deal to end a deadly political crisis after narrowing their differences over the disputed re-election of President Mwai Kibaki. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (KENYA)
RUGBY-WORLD/ENGLAND
RTR1UZM9
October 16, 2007
England's Jonny Wilkinson is pictured during a training session in Paris October 16, 2007. England are...
Paris, France
England's Jonny Wilkinson is pictured during a training session in Paris
England's Jonny Wilkinson is pictured during a training session in Paris October 16, 2007. England are due to meet South Africa in the finals of the Rugby World Cup in Paris on October 20. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (FRANCE)
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTR1T6NX
August 28, 2007
James Blake of the United States pauses during his match against compatriot Michael Russell at the U.S....
New York, UNITED STATES
James Blake pauses during his match against Michael Russell at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, New York...
James Blake of the United States pauses during his match against compatriot Michael Russell at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
PORTUGAL/
RTR1S7H6
July 24, 2007
Plainclothes police escort a suspect known as "The Loner" from the court in Figueira da Foz in central...
Lisbon, Portugal
Plainclothes police escort a suspect known as "The Loner" from the court in Figueira da Foz in central...
Plainclothes police escort a suspect known as "The Loner" from the court in Figueira da Foz in central Portugal July 24, 2007. "The Loner", Spain's most wanted robber, accused of killing three policemen and holding up more than 30 banks disguised in a false beard and a wig, was arrested on Monday in Portugal, Spanish and Portuguese police said. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL)
BRITAIN
RTR1Q70B
May 28, 2007
A Competitor reacts after taking part in the Cheese Rolling event on Coopers Hill in Gloucester, southern...
Gloucester, United Kingdom
A Competitor reacts after taking part in the Cheese Rolling event on Coopers Hill in Gloucester
A Competitor reacts after taking part in the Cheese Rolling event on Coopers Hill in Gloucester, southern England, May 28, 2007. The annual tradition, which is thought to date back to Roman times, draws competitors from far afield to race 200 yards (182.88 metres) down a near vertical slope in pursuit of a seven-pound (3.17kg) Double Gloucester cheese. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PYSZ
May 22, 2007
U.S. director Martin Scorsese attends a news conference for the World Cinema Foundation at the 60th Cannes...
Cannes, France
US director Scorsese attends a news conference at the 60th Cannes Film Festival
U.S. director Martin Scorsese attends a news conference for the World Cinema Foundation at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 22, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
RUSSIA-PROTEST/
RTR1OM15
April 14, 2007
Russian police stands in a line as they prepare to block the march of opposition protesters in central...
Moscow, Russia
Russian police stands in a line as they prepare to block the march of opposition protesters in central...
Russian police stands in a line as they prepare to block the march of opposition protesters in central Moscow April 14, 2007. The centre of Russia's capital was lined up with riot police and armoured trucks on Saturday as the authorities prepared to stop opponents of President Vladimir Putin staging a banner protest. Other Russia, a disparate coalition of Kremlin opponents, called the "March of Discontent" to express their protest at what they say is a squeezing of democratic freedoms under Putin. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
BASEBALL/BRAVES-TIGERS
RTR1N7JK
March 07, 2007
Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones gathers himself at the plate after swinging for a strike during the fifth...
Lakeland, UNITED STATES
Braves' Jones gathers himself at plate after swinging for strike during fifth inning against Tigers in...
Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones gathers himself at the plate after swinging for a strike during the fifth inning against Detroit Tigers in their MLB spring training baseball game in Lakeland, Florida March 7, 2007. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/LYON
RTR1N67F
March 06, 2007
AS Roma's Marco Cassetti (L) challenges Olympique Lyon's Florent Malouda during their Champions League...
Lyon, France
AS Roma's Cassetti challenges Olympique Lyon's Malouda during Champions League match in Lyon
AS Roma's Marco Cassetti (L) challenges Olympique Lyon's Florent Malouda during their Champions League first knockout round, second leg soccer match at Gerland stadium in Lyon March 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
BASKETBALL-EUROLEAGUE/
RTR1MPN9
February 22, 2007
Lottomatica Roma's coach Jasmin Repesa reacts during the Euroleague basketball top 16 Group D match against...
Rome, Italy
Lottomatica Roma's coach Repesa reacts during the team's Euroleague basketball match against Maccabi...
Lottomatica Roma's coach Jasmin Repesa reacts during the Euroleague basketball top 16 Group D match against Maccabi Elite Tel-Aviv in Rome February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito (ITALY)
CHINA-NEWYEAR/
RTR1MKP2
February 19, 2007
A boy reacts while watching a cultural performance at a temple fair in Beijing as part of Chinese Lunar...
Beijing, China
A boy reacts while watching a cultural performance at a temple fair in Beijing as part of Chinese Lunar...
A boy reacts while watching a cultural performance at a temple fair in Beijing as part of Chinese Lunar New Year festivities in China February 19, 2007. Chinese around the world welcomed the Lunar New Year, believed to be an especially auspicious "golden pig year", which only comes around every 60 years. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
ROMANIA-JEWISH/
RTR1ME1M
February 14, 2007
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest February 14, 2007. Police officials said the damage was caused by children and was not part of any organised anti-Semitic activity. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
COLOMBIA/
RTR1MBUF
February 12, 2007
Julian, a pet Red Howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus), uses the toilet in La Pintada, Antioquia province,...
La Pintada, Colombia
Julian, a pet Red Howler monkey, uses the toilet in La Pintada
Julian, a pet Red Howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus), uses the toilet in La Pintada, Antioquia province, Colombia February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
NCAA/BASKETBALL
RTR1LZS0
February 04, 2007
Dukes head coach Mike Krzyzewski questions a call by an official during the first half of his team's...
Durham, UNITED STATES
Dukes head coach Krzyzewski questions a call by an official in Durham
Dukes head coach Mike Krzyzewski questions a call by an official during the first half of his team's NCAA basketball game against Florida State University in Durham, North Carolina February 4, 2007. REUTERS/Ellen Ozier (UNITED STATES)
SOCCER-SPAIN/
RTR1LUJV
January 31, 2007
Barcelona's player Javier Saviola reacts against Zaragoza during their Spanish King's Cup match at Nou...
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's player Saviola reacts against Zaragoza during their Spanish King's Cup match at Nou Camp...
Barcelona's player Javier Saviola reacts against Zaragoza during their Spanish King's Cup match at Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
RUGBY-NATIONS/ENGLAND
RTR1LSOV
January 30, 2007
England's rugby fly-half Jonny Wilkinson reacts during a news conference at the University of Bath in...
London, United Kingdom
England's Jonny Wilkinson reacts during a press conference at the University of Bath in western England...
England's rugby fly-half Jonny Wilkinson reacts during a news conference at the University of Bath in western England January 30, 2007. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN)
VIETNAM-WOMAN
RTR1LIOX
January 23, 2007
Ro Cham H'pnhieng sits outside her house in Oyadaw village, near the border with Vietnam in northeast...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Ro Cham H'pnhieng sits outside her house in Oyadaw village
Ro Cham H'pnhieng sits outside her house in Oyadaw village, near the border with Vietnam in northeast Cambodia January 23, 2007. A Cambodian woman who went missing in the jungle for 18 years before being found last week is struggling to adapt to life as a human and wants to return to the forest, police said on Friday. Ro went missing as an eight-year-old along with her cousin when they were sent to tend cows near the border with Vietnam. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
SPORT SOCCER CHAMPIONS
RTR1IVMN
October 31, 2006
Barcelona's Ronaldinho gestures during their Champions League Group A soccer match against Chelsea at...
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's Ronaldinho gestures during Champions League match against Chelsea in Barcelona
Barcelona's Ronaldinho gestures during their Champions League Group A soccer match against Chelsea at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona, October 31, 2006. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
LEBANON
RTR1FLXJ
July 18, 2006
A Lebanon girl watches from a car as it passes by a neighbourhood destroyed by an Israeli air strike...
SOURE, Lebanon
A girl watches from a car as it passes by a neighbourhood in the southern Lebanon town of Soure
A Lebanon girl watches from a car as it passes by a neighbourhood destroyed by an Israeli air strike in the southern Lebanon town of Soure July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Nikola Solic
MEXICO USA
RTR1D34O
May 05, 2006
An immigrant walks with a bottle of water during his trip to the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico,...
Monterrey, Mexico
An immigrant walks with a bottle of water during his trip to the border city of Nuevo Laredo
An immigrant walks with a bottle of water during his trip to the border city of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, May 5, 2006. Every day trains in Mexico are used by immigrants to cross the country, heading for the border between Mexico and United States. The U.S. Border Patrol said on Wednesday it had arrested 724,613 undocumented migrants crossing the 2,000-mile (3,200-km) border from Mexico since October 1 last year, a rise of 6 percent from the same period a year earlier. The increase comes as U.S. lawmakers debate a proposal by President George W. Bush offering millions of illegal immigrants a path to citizenship, and as Hispanic activists staged protests and a work stoppage in cities nationwide. REUTERS/Carlos Barria Also see image: GF1DVGQJUIAA
CRASH ARGENTINA
RTR17171
March 10, 2006
Bolivian women look at plane crash site in Keluyo, some 35 km (22 miles) in the outskirts of La Paz,...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian women look at plane crash site in Keluyo
Bolivian women look at plane crash site in Keluyo, some 35 km (22 miles) in the outskirts of La Paz, March 9, 2006. Argentine military officials were killed on Thursday when their plane crashed as it was taking off from El Alto airport near La Paz, six people on board the executive jet crashed when the plane disintegrated soon after leaving the runway at about 3.30 p.m. local time. REUTERS/David Mercado
QUAKE PAKISTAN
RTR1BNVF
February 25, 2006
A Kashmiri refugee stands outside a tent at the Mustafai tent camp on the outskirts of the earthquake-devastated...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
A Kashmiri refugee stands outside a tent at the Mustafai tent camp on the outskirts of devastated city...
A Kashmiri refugee stands outside a tent at the Mustafai tent camp on the outskirts of the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir February 25, 2006. Winter weather has made life more difficult for survivors of last year massive earthquake in South Asia where more than two million people have been living in tents or crude shelters patched together from ruined homes. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
SPAIN
RTR1A94D
October 27, 2005
The lit bracelet of a player is seen as he passes by two bright figures while playing "La Fuga" (The...
Madrid, Spain
The lit bracelet of a player is seen as he passes by two bright figures while playing a new interactive...
The lit bracelet of a player is seen as he passes by two bright figures while playing "La Fuga" (The escape), a new interactive virtual game, in Madrid October 27, 2005. "La Fuga" players, who compete to get out of a high-tech prison controlled by a main computer, get help from small computer screens that provide them with tips on how to beat the central computer. Only 5% of those who enter the prison for the first time are able to escape and the rest must remain in cells for "punishment" and later release. REUTERS/Susana Vera
BRITAIN GLASTONBURY
RTRFECU
June 24, 2005
A man looks at flooded field of camping tents on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset,...
London, UK
A man looks at flooded field of camping tents on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival in ......
A man looks at flooded field of camping tents on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, southern England. A man looks at a field of camping tents which was flooded on the first day of the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset, southern England, June 24, 2005. As many as 150,000 people are expected to attend the three-day event which begins on Friday and will be headlined by White Stripes, Coldplay and Basement Jaxx. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
QUAKE WRAPUP
RTRKK42
January 15, 2005
A young Sri Lankan girl displaced due to the tsunami listens to a voluntary social worker at a make-shift...
Kalmunai, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan girl displaced due to tsunami listens to social worker in Kalmunai.
A young Sri Lankan girl displaced due to the tsunami listens to a voluntary social worker at a make-shift shelter in a school in the town of Kalmunai on Sri Lanka's east coast January 15, 2005. There were probably fewer orphans than originally thought in Asia's tsunami-hit areas, the head of the U.N. Children's Fund said, and efforts should be directed towards uniting children with family members. REUTERS/Arko Datta Pictures of the month January 2005 AD/FA
SPAIN
RTRF586
November 06, 2004
Would-be immigrants rest after being intercepted by a Spanish police boat off Fuerteventura, one of Spain's...
Fuerteventura, Spain
Would-be immigrants rest after being intercepted off Fuerteventura.
Would-be immigrants rest after being intercepted by a Spanish police boat off Fuerteventura, one of Spain's Canary Islands, November 6, 2004. Around 40 people from Africa were intercepted on their way to reach European soil aboard a makeshift boat. REUTERS/Juan Medina Pictures of the month November 2004 AC/ACM
SPAIN
RTRAZVW
January 24, 2004
A Spanish civil guard holds the child of an immigrant, who was intercepted on a boat off Fuerteventura,...
Fuerteventura, Spain - Kingdom of
SPANISH CIVIL GUARD HOLDS CHILD OF IMMIGRANT IN FUERTEVENTURA.
A Spanish civil guard holds the child of an immigrant, who was intercepted on a boat off Fuerteventura, one of Spain's Canary Islands, January 24, 2004. Civil guards intercepted one boat near Lanzarote and two near Fuerteventura, arresting about 100 immigrants. Pictures of the month January 2004 REUTERS/Juan Medina AC/AA
SPORT GOLF
RTRNK8M
August 14, 2003
Tiger Woods wipes his face on the first green as his problems continued
during the first round of the...
Rochester, USA
TIGER WOODS WIPES HEAD IN PGA CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST ROUND.
Tiger Woods wipes his face on the first green as his problems continued
during the first round of the 85th PGA Championship at the Oak Hill Country
Club outside Rochester, New York, August 14, 2003. He struggled to an
opening round four-over 74, well behind the leaders. While Woods counts four
tournament wins in 13 starts this season, he has had no success at the
majors and that trend continued at Oak Hill in the fourth and final major of
the year. Pictures of the month August 2003 REUTERS/John Sommers II

BPS
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2