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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7ECGO
April 19, 2020
Lynn Swanson of Glendale Shepherd is pictured with a credit card reader attached to a pole so customers...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Seattle, Washington
Lynn Swanson of Glendale Shepherd is pictured with a credit card reader attached to a pole so customers can pay from a distance at the Ballard Farmers' Market which reopened Sunday with new safety measures as efforts continue to help slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Seattle, Washington, U.S. April 19, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Redmond
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB12
December 11, 2017
J Class boats compete in a regatta between race days of the America's Cup finals in Hamilton, Bermuda,...
Hamilton, Bermuda
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
J Class boats compete in a regatta between race days of the America's Cup finals in Hamilton, Bermuda, June 19, 2017. Mike Segar: "This image is of two J Class racing yachts on opposing tacks during prestart manoeuvres at a regatta during the 2017 Americas Cup. Nowadays the Americas Cup is sailed in catamarans with a crew of six that race at nearly 50 knots but between 1914 and 1937 it was fought in J Class racing yachts. These majestic yachts of yesteryear have enjoyed a renaissance as wealthy owners restore old boats and build new replicas. The regatta allowed accredited photographers the rare opportunity to document these historic yachts up close from a small fleet of "chase boats" over two days. This was a great opportunity for me to create a compelling series of graceful and more classic sailing images for Reuters as opposed to the high-speed action of the Americas Cup. Early in the morning the photographers travelled in the small chase boats several miles from Hamilton Harbor to the racecourse off St Georges, Bermuda. The largest ever gathering of these majestic yachts - seven in all, sailing close together - was a mesmerising sight. But translating that into compelling and graphically interesting 35mm images requires thought and experience. The simplicity of a boat in the water may look cool, but is it a strong photograph that stops a reader's eye? As the boats prepared to start, they sailed back and forth in close proximity. As boats crossed tacks with crew at the tip of the bow, this image, shot with a 400mm lens just came together perfectly. The shapes and symmetry make the image instantly compelling. Sailing photography often involves shooting many many images to get a few good ones. Most are failures but this one when I saw it, I knew was a "keeper"." REUTERS/Mike Segar/File photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
USA-CLOWNS/KING
RTX2OTTU
September 09, 2016
Author Stephen King speaks at a news conference to introduce the new Amazon Kindle 2 electronic reader...
New York, UNITED STATES
Author Stephen King speaks at news conference to introduce Kindle 2 electronic reader in New York
Author Stephen King speaks at a news conference to introduce the new Amazon Kindle 2 electronic reader in New York, U.S. on February 9, 2009. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo
Spotlight
Spotlight
Reading with dogs
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SQUARE-IPO/
RTS7YXW
November 19, 2015
Jack Dorsey (L), CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, live casts video of his mother (C) as she hugs a vendor...
New York, UNITED STATES
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, live casts video of his mother as she hugs a vendor after...
Jack Dorsey (L), CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, live casts video of his mother (C) as she hugs a vendor after using her Apple watch to make a purchase with a Square reader outside the New York Stock Exchange for the IPO of Square Inc., in New York November 19, 2015. Square Inc priced shares at $9 for its initial public offering, about 25 percent less than it had hoped, as it struggled to win over investors skeptical about its business and valuation before trading begins on Thursday. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
GARCIAMARQUEZ/
RTR3LRAN
April 18, 2014
Maria Cristina Zepeda (L), director of the National Institute of Fine Arts, and Jaime Abello, director...
Mexico City, Mexico
Zepeda, director of the National Institute of Fine Arts, and Abello, director of the Gabriel Garcia Marquez...
Maria Cristina Zepeda (L), director of the National Institute of Fine Arts, and Jaime Abello, director of the Gabriel Garcia Marquez Iberoamerican Foundation for New Journalism, address the media outside the home of Colombian Nobel Prize laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Mexico City April 17, 2014. Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author whose beguiling stories of love and longing brought Latin America to life for millions of readers and put magical realism on the literary map, died on Thursday. He was 87. Fans will pay their last respects to him in the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City on Monday and he will be cremated in a private ceremony. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DSP
February 23, 2014
A vendor reads a second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor reads second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at the...
A vendor reads a second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DRX
February 23, 2014
A vendor sits in his rickshaw (tuk tuk) loaded with second-hand books, before unloading to put up for...
Karachi, Pakistan
A vendor sits in his rickshaw (tuk tuk) loaded with second-hand books, before unloading to put up for...
A vendor sits in his rickshaw (tuk tuk) loaded with second-hand books, before unloading to put up for sell, along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DRO
February 23, 2014
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in...
Karachi, Pakistan
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in...
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DRN
February 23, 2014
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a...
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DRF
February 23, 2014
A vendor talks to a customer (unseen) while selling second-hand books at his makeshift stall along a...
Karachi, Pakistan
A vendor talks to a customer while selling second-hand books at his makeshift stall along a street in...
A vendor talks to a customer (unseen) while selling second-hand books at his makeshift stall along a street in at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DR1
February 23, 2014
A woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
A woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi...
A woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DPR
February 23, 2014
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi...
A vendor unloads bundles of second-hand books from a taxi along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DP8
February 23, 2014
A vendor arranges second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor arranges second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in...
A vendor arranges second-hand books as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DO2
February 23, 2014
Bundles of second-hand books are placed in the back of a taxi, to be brought out to sell, at the Sunday...
Karachi, Pakistan
Bundles of second-hand books are placed in the back of a taxi, to be brought out to sell, at the Sunday...
Bundles of second-hand books are placed in the back of a taxi, to be brought out to sell, at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DF1
February 23, 2014
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar...
Karachi, Pakistan
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar...
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DEX
February 23, 2014
Vendors adjust second-hand books while selling them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendors adjust second-hand books while selling them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday...
Vendors adjust second-hand books while selling them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DES
February 23, 2014
A vendor adjusts second-hand books as he sells them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor adjusts second-hand books as he sells them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book...
A vendor adjusts second-hand books as he sells them at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DEK
February 23, 2014
A woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
Woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi...
A woman reads a second-hand book at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DEJ
February 23, 2014
A vendor reads a second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in...
Karachi, Pakistan
Vendor reads a second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at...
A vendor reads a second-hand book as he waits for costumers at his makeshift stall along a street in at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DEA
February 23, 2014
A man is seen through an auto-rickshaw, as he carries a stack of second-hand books to sell at a makeshift...
Karachi, Pakistan
Man is seen through auto-rickshaw, as he carries a stack of second-hand books to sell at a makeshift...
A man is seen through an auto-rickshaw, as he carries a stack of second-hand books to sell at a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTX19DE1
February 23, 2014
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar...
Karachi, Pakistan
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar...
Men browse through second-hand books from a makeshift stall along a street at the Sunday Book Bazaar in Karachi February 23, 2014. Dozens of stalls are set up every Sunday morning offering unwanted second-hand books to keen readers who can't afford to buy new or imported books. The variety of books sold range from politics, history, literature, science, mathematics, religion, anthropology, sports, entertainment and modern fiction to children books. Prices can start from as low as 10 Pakistani Rupees ($0.10) to 1000 Pakistani Rupees ($10.00) depending on the subject or the condition and rarity of the book. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O84
February 12, 2014
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog...
London, United Kingdom
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA HEADSHOT SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O82
February 12, 2014
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog...
London, United Kingdom
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA HEADSHOT SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O7X
February 12, 2014
Artifacts from the life of Olive Higgins are displayed on British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon's...
London, United Kingdom
Artifacts from the life of Olive Higgins are displayed on British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon's...
Artifacts from the life of Olive Higgins are displayed on British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon's office wall in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O7Q
February 12, 2014
The newspaper funeral announcement for Olive Higgins is seen next to the date of her death in her 1914...
London, United Kingdom
The newspaper funeral announcement for Olive Higgins is seen next to the date of her death in her 1914...
The newspaper funeral announcement for Olive Higgins is seen next to the date of her death in her 1914 diary in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. he story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
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RTX18O7E
February 12, 2014
The first page from the 1914 diary of Olive Higgins is seen in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers...
London, United Kingdom
The first page from the 1914 diary of Olive Higgins is seen in west London
The first page from the 1914 diary of Olive Higgins is seen in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O72
February 12, 2014
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon holds open the last page of the diary of Olive Higgins from...
London, United Kingdom
British journalist and writer McGibbon holds open the last page of the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914...
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon holds open the last page of the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. After just six weeks of entries, however, Olive's voice suddenly falls silent on Wednesday. The teenager became too unwell to write, and eventually died on February 25, 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O6B
February 12, 2014
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office...
London, United Kingdom
British journalist and writer McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office...
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. he story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
FRANCE-OLIVESDIARY/
RTX18O62
February 12, 2014
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office...
London, United Kingdom
British journalist and writer McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office...
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon poses with the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. he story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
RTX18LBV
February 11, 2014
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla (2nd L), Duchess of Cornwall, speak with Radio4 news reader...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla speak with Radio4 news reader Kathy Clugston during a visit...
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla (2nd L), Duchess of Cornwall, speak with Radio4 news reader Kathy Clugston during a visit to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) at New Broadcasting House in London February 11, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS MEDIA SOCIETY)
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Crash Testing in Germany - 03 Feb 2014
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RTX184SI
February 02, 2014
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184SG
February 02, 2014
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184SF
February 02, 2014
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184SE
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184SC
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184SB
February 02, 2014
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184SA
February 02, 2014
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184S8
February 02, 2014
A technician prepares a dummy for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
Landsberg, Germany
A technician prepares a dummy for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
A technician prepares a dummy for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184S5
February 02, 2014
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184S1
February 02, 2014
A car is prepared for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is prepared for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg
A car is prepared for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX184RZ
February 02, 2014
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX184RY
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RT
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RS
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RQ
February 02, 2014
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RP
February 02, 2014
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RL
February 02, 2014
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184RK
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RJ
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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RTX184RI
February 02, 2014
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A technician prepares a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R6
February 02, 2014
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in...
A car is seen after frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R5
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R4
February 02, 2014
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R3
February 02, 2014
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Dummies are prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R2
February 02, 2014
The entrance of the crash-test laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013....
Landsberg, Germany
The entrance of the crash-test laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg
The entrance of the crash-test laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R1
February 02, 2014
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A car is frontal-crashing during a test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 6, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 6, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184R0
February 02, 2014
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
A dummy is prepared for a car crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX184QZ
February 02, 2014
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Landsberg, Germany
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg...
Technicians prepare a car for a crash-test at the laboratory of the German motor club ADAC in Landsberg December 5, 2013. The ADAC has a crash test facility accredited by Euro NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) where it runs various tests probing new cars for safety under different scenarios, pedestrian protection and other automotive tests. The results about the safety of popular car models are freely available to readers on ADAC web site. Picture taken December 5, 2013. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
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