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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS9VBEQ 
July 24, 2022 
A member of the security forces walks among foreign and domestic tourists near the site where three people... 
Playa Del Carmen, Mexico 
Members of the security forces patrol in Playa del Carmen 
A member of the security forces walks among foreign and domestic tourists near the site where three people were injured during a shooting last Saturday night on Playa del Carmen's 5th Avenue, according to the local police, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico July 24, 2022. REUTERS/Paola Chiomante 
SAUDI-DEFENCE/
RTS62CF5 
March 06, 2022 
A Saudi woman looks at military night-vision equipment displayed at the Saudi Military stand at World... 
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
A Saudi woman looks at military night-vision equipment displayed at the Saudi Military stand at World... 
A Saudi woman looks at military night-vision equipment displayed at the Saudi Military stand at World Defense Show in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, March 6, 2022. REUTERS/Ahmed Yosri 
LEBANON-MUSIC/FESTIVAL
RTS5K58F 
February 16, 2022 
Fugitive former car executive Carlos Ghosn and his wife Carole are pictured during the opening night... 
BEIT MERY, Lebanon 
Fugitive former car executive Carlos Ghosn and his wife Carole are pictured during the opening night... 
Fugitive former car executive Carlos Ghosn and his wife Carole are pictured during the opening night of Al Bustan International Festival of Music and the Performing Arts, in Beit Mery, Lebanon, February 16, 2022. Picture taken February 16, 2022. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
FILMFESTIVAL-BERLIN/PASSENGERS OF THE NIGHT
RTS5FVJ2 
February 13, 2022 
Cast member Emmanuelle Beart attends a news conference to promote the movie 'Les passagers de la nuit'... 
Berlin, Germany 
72nd Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin 
Cast member Emmanuelle Beart attends a news conference to promote the movie 'Les passagers de la nuit' (The Passengers of the Night) at the 72nd Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, February 13, 2022. REUTERS/Christian Mang 
BRAZIL-SECURITY/
RTXKKVV6 
November 25, 2021 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program... 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program at the Justice Ministry headquarter in Brasilia, Brazil, November 25, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-SECURITY/
RTXKKVV2 
November 25, 2021 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program... 
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro wears night vision goggles during a ceremony of a public security program at the Justice Ministry headquarter in Brasilia, Brazil, November 25, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/TURKEY-MIGRANTS
RTXFZAUB 
August 21, 2021 
A Turkish soldier search the area using a night vision camera during a patrol on the Turkish-Iranian... 
Van, Turkey 
A Turkish soldier search the area using a night vision camera during a patrol on the Turkish-Iranian... 
A Turkish soldier search the area using a night vision camera during a patrol on the Turkish-Iranian border in Van province, Turkey late August 21, 2021. REUTERS/Murad Sezer 
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTXC1107 
May 05, 2021 
A Department of Public Safety agent looks out using night vision goggles for asylum-seeking migrants'... 
Roma, UNITED STATES 
Asylum-seeking migrants cross the Rio Grande river in Roma, TX 
A Department of Public Safety agent looks out using night vision goggles for asylum-seeking migrants' families to cross the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico in Roma, Texas, U.S. May 5, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura 
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTXBUYL1 
April 28, 2021 
Members of the U.S. National Guard use night vision goggles as they look out for asylum-seeking migrant... 
Roma, UNITED STATES 
Asylum-seeking migrants cross the Rio Grande river in Roma, Texas 
Members of the U.S. National Guard use night vision goggles as they look out for asylum-seeking migrant families crossing the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico in Roma, Texas, U.S., April 27, 2021. Picture taken April 27, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura 
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTXB84M7 
April 06, 2021 
A Texas Ranger officer looks out using night vision goggles for migrants to cross the Rio Grande in Roma,... 
Roma, UNITED STATES 
Migrants cross the Rio Grande river in Roma 
A Texas Ranger officer looks out using night vision goggles for migrants to cross the Rio Grande in Roma, Texas, U.S. April 5, 2021. Picture taken April 5, 2021. REUTERS/Go Nakamura 
USA-TRUMP/
RTX7AX8K 
November 28, 2019 
A U.S. soldier looks through night vision goggles while riding with the Presidential Motorcade during... 
Bagram AFB, Afghanistan 
U.S. President Donald Trump makes an unannounced visit to U.S. troops at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan... 
A U.S. soldier looks through night vision goggles while riding with the Presidential Motorcade during a surprise visit by U.S. President Trump at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, November 28, 2019. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
USA-MILITARY/
RTS2O998 
August 28, 2019 
A soldier assigned to the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), looks through... 
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, UNITED STATES 
A soldier assigned to the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), looks through... 
A soldier assigned to the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), looks through a night vision device during a tactical leader's training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, U.S., August 27, 2019. Picture taken August 27, 2019. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston 
TELEVISION-AMAZON/
RTX6MMVY 
February 14, 2019 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from... 
Pasadena, UNITED STATES 
Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," Reed Morano from "The Power," Jill Soloway from "Transparent" and Phoebe... 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from "The Power," creator Jill Soloway from "Transparent" and creator and executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge from "Fleabag" participate in the Amazon Studios panel "Visionary Voices," during the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, U.S., February 13, 2019. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok 
TELEVISION-AMAZON/
RTX6MMVI 
February 14, 2019 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from... 
Pasadena, UNITED STATES 
Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," Reed Morano from "The Power," Jill Soloway from "Transparent" and Phoebe... 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from "The Power," creator Jill Soloway from "Transparent" and creator and executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge from "Fleabag" participate in the Amazon Studios panel "Visionary Voices," during the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, U.S., February 13, 2019. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok 
TELEVISION-AMAZON/
RTX6MMVE 
February 14, 2019 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from... 
Pasadena, UNITED STATES 
Producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from "The Power" and... 
From left to right, producer, writer and actor Mindy Kaling from "Late Night," director Reed Morano from "The Power" and creator Jill Soloway from "Transparent" participate in the Amazon Studios panel "Visionary Voices," during the Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, U.S., February 13, 2019. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok 
CHILE-MIGRANTS/
RTX6IXQM 
December 17, 2018 
A milestone is seen using a night vision device during a police patrol at a restricted mined area, at... 
Arica, Chile 
The Wider Image: Chile cracks down on migrants, many still try their luck 
A milestone is seen using a night vision device during a police patrol at a restricted mined area, at the Chilean and Peruvian border in Arica, Chile, November 15, 2018. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado SEARCH "ALVARADO ARICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8JA 
December 12, 2018 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed... 
Haifa, Israel 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), drives a company car during... 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, drives a company car during a demonstration for Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8J9 
December 12, 2018 
The logo of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to... 
Haifa, Israel 
The logo of Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), is seen on a company car as it is driven during... 
The logo of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, is seen on a company car as it is driven during a demonstration for Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8J5 
December 12, 2018 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed... 
Haifa, Israel 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), speaks in front of a screen... 
Ofer David, CEO and co-founder of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, speaks in front of a screen during an interview with Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8J3 
December 12, 2018 
A screen, part of night vision technology developed by BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who... 
Haifa, Israel 
A screen, part of night vision technology developed by Israeli start-up BrightWay Vision (BWV), is seen... 
A screen, part of night vision technology developed by BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, is seen during a demonstration for Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8J1 
December 12, 2018 
A chip, part of the technology developed by BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they... 
Haifa, Israel 
A chip, part of night vision technology developed by Israeli start-up BrightWay Vision (BWV), is seen... 
A chip, part of the technology developed by BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, is seen at the company offices in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8IZ 
December 12, 2018 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they... 
Haifa, Israel 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), works at the company... 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, works at the company offices in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8IY 
December 12, 2018 
The logo of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to... 
Haifa, Israel 
The logo of Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), is seen at the company offices in Haifa, Israel... 
The logo of BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, is seen at the company offices in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
ISRAEL-TECHNOLOGY/NIGHT DRIVING
RTX6I8IV 
December 12, 2018 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they... 
Haifa, Israel 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at Israeli start-up, BrightWay Vision (BWV), drives a company... 
Ezri Son, algorithms development leader at BrightWay Vision (BWV), an Israeli start-up who claim they have developed a technology to help autonomous vehicles navigate more safely at night, drives a company car during a demonstration for Reuters, in Haifa, Israel November 5, 2018. Picture taken November 5, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTX6FMKE 
October 18, 2018 
Agent Alex Suarez with the U.S. Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) uses night vision googles to guard... 
Brownsville, UNITED STATES 
An agent with the U.S. Border Patrol Tactical Unit guards the U.S. side of the border wall with Mexico... 
Agent Alex Suarez with the U.S. Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) uses night vision googles to guard the U.S. side of the border wall with Mexico in Brownsville, Texas, U.S. October 17, 2018. Picture taken on October 17, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTS1XNM5 
August 17, 2018 
A member of the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) is photographed through a night vision device as... 
LOS EBANOS, UNITED STATES 
Member of Border Patrol Tactical Unit guards the U.S. border with Mexico in Los Ebanos, Texas 
A member of the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) is photographed through a night vision device as he guards the U.S. border with Mexico in Los Ebanos, Texas, U.S., on August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
EUROPE-ARMS/EXHIBITION
RTX68LUW 
June 11, 2018 
A miniature night vision monocular is on display during the Eurosatory International Defence Exhibition... 
Villepinte, France 
A miniature night vision monocular is on display during the Eurosatory International Defence Exhibition... 
A miniature night vision monocular is on display during the Eurosatory International Defence Exhibition in Villepinte, north of Paris, France June 11, 2018. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER
RTX5G81H 
April 04, 2018 
A border patrol agent uses night vision goggles to look for immigrants who illegally crossed the border... 
Mcallen, UNITED STATES 
A border patrol agent uses night vision goggles to look for immigrants who illegally crossed the border... 
A border patrol agent uses night vision goggles to look for immigrants who illegally crossed the border from Mexico into the U.S. in the Rio Grande Valley sector, near McAllen, Texas, U.S., April 2, 2018. Picture taken April 2, 2018. REUTERS/Loren Elliott 
FRANCE-SECURITY/MILIPOL
RTS1KVZV 
November 21, 2017 
Visitors look at night vision monoculars which are displayed the 20th Paris Milipol, the worldwide exhibition... 
Villepinte, France 
Visitors look at night vision monoculars which are displayed the 20th Paris Milipol, the worldwide exhibition... 
Visitors look at night vision monoculars which are displayed the 20th Paris Milipol, the worldwide exhibition of dedicated to homeland security, in Villepinte, near Paris, France, November 21, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-USA
RTX3HW8J 
October 23, 2017 
The crew chief uses night vision goggles during a helicopter lift for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
The crew chief uses night vision goggles during a helicopter lift for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,... 
The crew chief uses night vision goggles during a helicopter lift for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to return after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and Iraqi President Fuad Masum, in Baghdad, Iraq October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Alex Brandon/Pool 
MALI-SECURITY/
RTX3HLIH 
October 21, 2017 
French soldiers check their night vision binoculars during the regional anti-insurgent Operation Barkhane... 
INALOGLOG, Mali 
French soldiers check their night vision binoculars during the regional anti-insurgent Operation Barkhane... 
French soldiers check their night vision binoculars during the regional anti-insurgent Operation Barkhane in Inaloglog, Mali, October 17, 2017. Picture taken October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier 
NORTHKOREA-USA/PARADE-WITNESS
RTS12G5F 
April 15, 2017 
North Korean special forces soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade marking the 105th... 
Pyongyang, North Korea 
A Picture and its Story: North Korea on parade 
North Korean special forces soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade marking the 105th birth anniversary of country's founding father, Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea April 15, 2017. The night vision goggles mounted to the soldiers’ helmets will be of interest to foreign observers, many of whom closely watch North Korean military parades for hints that the isolated country may have procured or be producing new high tech military materiel in violation of United Nations sanctions. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "PARADE WID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NORTHKOREA-USA/PARADE-WITNESS
RTS12G3Y 
April 15, 2017 
North Korean special forces soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade marking the 105th... 
Pyongyang, North Korea 
A Picture and its Story: Noth Korea on parade 
North Korean special forces soldiers march and shout slogans during a military parade marking the 105th birth anniversary of country's founding father, Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang, North Korea April 15, 2017. The night vision goggles mounted to the soldiers’ helmets will be of interest to foreign observers, many of whom closely watch North Korean military parades for hints that the isolated country may have procured or be producing new high tech military materiel in violation of United Nations sanctions. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "PARADE WID" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ISRAEL-DEFENSE/
RTX3056A 
February 08, 2017 
Israeli soldiers from the Nahal Infantry Brigade wear night vision devices inside an underground tunnel... 
Arad, Israel 
Israeli soldiers from the Nahal Infantry Brigade wear night vision devices inside an underground tunnel... 
Israeli soldiers from the Nahal Infantry Brigade wear night vision devices inside an underground tunnel as they take part in an urban warfare drill at an army base near Arad, southern Israel February 8, 2017. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
TAIWAN-MILITARY/DRILL
RTX2MS9T 
August 24, 2016 
A soldier wears night vision goggles as he takes part in the annual Han Kuang military drill, simulating... 
YILAN, Taiwan 
A soldier wears night vision goggles as he takes part in the annual Han Kuang military drill, simulating... 
A soldier wears night vision goggles as he takes part in the annual Han Kuang military drill, simulating the China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) invading the island, outside Hsuehshan tunnel, in Yilan, Taiwan August 24, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTX2MQM9 
August 23, 2016 
Israeli soldiers wear a night vision device just outside the Israeli-Gaza border near kibbutz Nir Am,... 
Nir Am, Israel 
Israeli soldiers wear a night vision device just outside the Israeli-Gaza border near kibbutz Nir Am 
Israeli soldiers wear a night vision device just outside the Israeli-Gaza border near kibbutz Nir Am, Israel August 23, 2016. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
MASSACHUSETTS-PROM/
RTSFVFH 
May 25, 2016 
Precious Perez, 18, who has been blind since birth, dances with her friend Maddy Wilson (R) at the Chelsea... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: Big night for blind high school teen 
Precious Perez, 18, who has been blind since birth, dances with her friend Maddy Wilson (R) at the Chelsea High School Prom in Boston, Massachusetts, United States May 21, 2016. Precious Perez slipped into her full-length strapless prom gown and said it made her feel like storybook royalty, an experience shared by many of her peers at high schools across the United States. Blind since birth, Perez, could not see the dress's mint green colour, but said that didn't limit her ability to enjoy the formal dance, a common rite of passage for American teens. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "PRECIOUS PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
FRANCE-DEFENSE/
RTSALUR 
March 15, 2016 
A U.S. Air Force Forward air controller adjusts his night vision goggles during the close air support... 
SOTTA, France 
A U.S. Air Force Forward air controller adjusts his night vision goggles during the close air support... 
A U.S. Air Force Forward air controller adjusts his night vision goggles during the close air support (CAS) exercise Serpentex 2016 hosted by France in the Mediterranean island of Corsica, March 15, 2016. Serpentex is an annual exercise that involves joint terminal attack controllers (JTACs) from 12 countries from March 7 to March 25, 2016. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
USA-ELECTION/CHRISTIE
RTX22AB1 
January 13, 2016 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walks past a poster of... 
Bedford, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walks past a poster of... 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie walks past a poster of one of the night vision devices developed by Safran Vectronix Optics 1 for the military, before an employee campaign town hall meeting at the company in Bedford, New Hampshire January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CHRISTIE
RTX22A9C 
January 13, 2016 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision... 
Bedford, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision... 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision device developed by Safran Vectronix Optics 1 for the military, before an employee campaign town hall meeting at the company in Bedford, New Hampshire January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CHRISTIE
RTX22A9A 
January 13, 2016 
Rich Greaney (L) shows U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie... 
Bedford, UNITED STATES 
Rich Greaney shows U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a night... 
Rich Greaney (L) shows U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a night vision device developed by Safran Vectronix Optics 1 for the military, before an employee campaign town hall meeting at the company in Bedford, New Hampshire January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-ELECTION/CHRISTIE
RTX22A8M 
January 13, 2016 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision... 
Bedford, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision... 
U.S. Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looks through a night vision device developed by Safran Vectronix Optics 1 for the military, before an employee campaign town hall meeting at the company in Bedford, New Hampshire January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK
RTX1YXLS 
December 16, 2015 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten,... 
PUTGARTEN, Germany 
Soldiers of German KSK attend exercise close to Putgarten 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten, Germany September 28, 2015. Picture taken through a night vision device. Picture taken September 28. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK
RTX1YXLJ 
December 16, 2015 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten,... 
PUTGARTEN, Germany 
Soldiers of German KSK attend exercise close to Putgarten 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten, Germany September 28, 2015. Picture taken through a night vision device. Picture taken September 28. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK
RTX1YXHD 
December 16, 2015 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten,... 
PUTGARTEN, Germany 
Soldiers of German KSK attend exercise close to Putgarten 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten, Germany September 28, 2015. Picture taken through a night vision device. Picture taken September 28. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK
RTX1YXH9 
December 16, 2015 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten,... 
PUTGARTEN, Germany 
Soldiers of German KSK attend exercise close to Putgarten 
Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr Special Forces Command (KSK) attend an exercise close to Putgarten, Germany September 28, 2015. Picture taken through a night vision device. Picture taken September 28. TO GO WITH STORY DEUTSCHLAND-BUNDESWEHR/KSK REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSJ8 
October 29, 2015 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIR 
October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIQ 
October 29, 2015 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIO 
October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
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October 29, 2015 
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)... 
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
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October 29, 2015 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
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October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
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October 29, 2015 
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)... 
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
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October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
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October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSID 
October 29, 2015 
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the... 
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIA 
October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSI9 
October 29, 2015 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
LOHATLA, South Africa 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force... 
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
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September 14, 2015 
Bugatti Vision concept car is presented during the Volkswagen group night ahead of the Frankfurt Motor... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Bugatti Vision concept car is presented during the Volkswagen group night ahead of the Frankfurt Motor... 
Bugatti Vision concept car is presented during the Volkswagen group night ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, Germany, September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
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