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FRANCE-NOISE/MOTORCYCLES
RTS2OHQQ
August 30, 2019
Didier Gonzales, head of noise pollution agency Bruitparif and mayor of Villeneuve-le-Roi, points at...
VILLENEUVE-LE-ROI, France
Didier Gonzales, head of noise pollution agency Bruitparif and mayor of Villeneuve-le-Roi, points at...
Didier Gonzales, head of noise pollution agency Bruitparif and mayor of Villeneuve-le-Roi, points at a map showing the most noisy areas of the Paris suburb at the town hall in Villeneuve-le-Roi, a town next to Paris airport Orly, France, August 30, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
GERMANY-PROTESTS/COAL
RTX6G9YJ
October 24, 2018
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim,...
Bergheim, Germany
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim...
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim, near Cologne, Germany, October 24, 2018. The banner reads "We are noisy for our jobs!". REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
GERMANY-PROTESTS/COAL
RTX6G9WU
October 24, 2018
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim,...
Bergheim, Germany
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim...
Employees of German utility RWE protest to keep their jobs in the Rhenish lignite mining area, in Bergheim, near Cologne, Germany, October 24, 2018. The banner reads "We are noisy for our jobs!". REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
SOUTH DAKOTA-NATIVE AMERICANS/
RTX6DKK4
August 01, 2018
Marvin Noisy Hawk, 30, from the Cheyenne River Reservation wears his hat adorned with an early version...
FORT LARAMIE, UNITED STATES
Marvin Noisy Hawk, 30, from the Cheyenne River Reservation wears his hat adorned with an early version...
Marvin Noisy Hawk, 30, from the Cheyenne River Reservation wears his hat adorned with an early version of the American flag while on the grounds of the Fort Laramie National Historic Site in Fort Laramie, Wyoming, U.S., April 29, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
SPAIN-CULTURE/FALLAS
RTS1OC8Z
March 19, 2018
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate...
Valencia, Spain
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival in Valencia
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate with the burning of 391 monuments in the early morning hours of March 20, in Valencia, Spain, March 19, 2018. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-CULTURE/FALLAS
RTS1OC8X
March 19, 2018
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate...
Valencia, Spain
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival in Valencia
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate with the burning of 391 monuments in the early morning hours of March 20, in Valencia, Spain, March 19, 2018. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
SPAIN-CULTURE/FALLAS
RTS1OC8W
March 19, 2018
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate...
Valencia, Spain
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival in Valencia
People watch a mascleta, noisy fireworks, during the last day of the Fallas festival, which will terminate with the burning of 391 monuments in the early morning hours of March 20, in Valencia, Spain, March 19, 2018. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWCS
January 29, 2017
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWCR
January 29, 2017
Players of Rennes, Le Mans and Paris compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship...
Players of Rennes, Le Mans and Paris compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWCQ
January 29, 2017
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWCJ
January 29, 2017
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWCI
January 29, 2017
Players of Rennes, Le Mans and Paris compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship...
Players of Rennes, Le Mans and Paris compete in the 2016-2017 women's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
KIN-BALL-FRANCE/
RTSXWBR
January 29, 2017
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Paris, France
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship...
Players of Noisy-le-Grand, Angers and Ponts-de-Ce compete in the 2016-2017 men's French Championship at Jules Ladoumegue's stadium in Paris, France January 29, 2017. Created in Canada in 1986, the Kin-Ball is played among three teams at the same time. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
GLOBAL-HIGHLIGHTS/PICTURES
RTSUX9P
December 06, 2016
A pilot looks up from a U.S. F-22 Raptor fighter as it prepares to refuel mid-air with a KC-135 refuelling...
Mihail Kogalniceanu, Romania
2016: A Picture and its Story
A pilot looks up from a U.S. F-22 Raptor fighter as it prepares to refuel mid-air with a KC-135 refuelling plane during a flight to Britain from Mihail Kogalniceanu air base in Romania, April 25, 2016. Toby Melville: 'I hate flying, so when I was asked if I fancied a day trip from a US air force base in Britain to near the border with Crimea, to photograph a mid-air refuel of US fighter bomber planes, I did initially hesitate. I have been sick many a time on previous assignments; flying in military helicopters over Baghdad, in planes hugging mountains in Kosovo and on six-seater propeller planes bouncing up and down through electrical storms in the Chilean Andes mountains. But the chance to shoot from such a unique viewpoint soon overrode all my queasy qualms. A 3.30 alarm call marked the beginning of a 19-hour working day. Eight hours of the shift were spent mid air in the 50-year-old hulk of a noisy, rickety and dark behemoth of a fuel tanker plane. The USAF crew members gave me several opportunities to shoot the Raptor fighter jets performing their miraculous seeming manoeuvres during the day. The Raptors flew at hundreds of knots, just metres from us and with precision accuracy, the umbilical-like line would drop out of the bottom of our plane and lock onto a miniscule-looking aperture on the top of the F22's. This frame shows a pilot preparing to receive the fuel-line. With the bonus of an optically super window to shoot through, together with great visibility on the return leg to Britain from Romania, I was satisfied with the pictures. Thankfully on this trip I managed to keep my composure and during the debrief, still trying to hide wobbly legs, I didnÕt mention to any of the pilots or crew members that I once even puked on an escalator - thatÕs how bad my motion sickness is!' REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "2016 PIX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX25YLH
February 08, 2016
Sales staff protect their ears from the drumming accompanying a lion dance at a neighbouring stall during...
Yokohama, Japan
Sales staff protect their ears from the drumming accompanying a lion dance at a neighbouring stall during...
Sales staff protect their ears from the drumming accompanying a lion dance at a neighbouring stall during Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Chinatown in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan, February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/
RTX25YEV
February 08, 2016
People protect their ears from noise of firecrackers accompanying a lion dance performance during Chinese...
Yokohama, Japan
People protect their ears from noise of firecrackers accompanying a lion dance performance during Chinese...
People protect their ears from noise of firecrackers accompanying a lion dance performance during Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations in Chinatown in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan, February 8, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
A picture and its story
A picture and its story
Migrants struggle through Balkans winter
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JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB9
January 03, 2016
Policemen keep an eye on Bousouzoku bikers as they wait at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west...
Yamanashi, Japan
Policemen keep an eye on Bousouzoku bikers as they wait at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
Policemen keep an eye on Bousouzoku bikers as they wait at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB7
January 03, 2016
A biker rests against his Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of...
Yamanashi, Japan
A biker rests against his Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A biker rests against his Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB6
January 03, 2016
A helmet rests on the raised passenger saddle of a Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest...
Yamanashi, Japan
A helmet rests on the raised passenger saddle of a Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest...
A helmet rests on the raised passenger saddle of a Bousouzoku style motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB5
January 03, 2016
A woman is reflected in the rear mirror of a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A woman is reflected in the rear mirror of a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi...
A woman is reflected in the rear mirror of a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB4
January 03, 2016
A woman squats next to a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A woman squats next to a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A woman squats next to a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB3
January 03, 2016
Policemen stop a Bousouzoku biker at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January...
Yamanashi, Japan
Policemen stop a Bousouzoku biker at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
Policemen stop a Bousouzoku biker at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB2
January 03, 2016
Mount Fuji and the Imperial Japanese flag is painted on the tank of a Bousouzoku motorbike that is parked...
Yamanashi, Japan
Mount Fuji and the Imperial Japanese flag is painted on the tank of a Bousouzoku motorbike that is parked...
Mount Fuji and the Imperial Japanese flag is painted on the tank of a Bousouzoku motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. The sticker reads: "If you confront me, I will kill you". REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB1
January 03, 2016
A biker pushes his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi west of Tokyo, Japan,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A biker pushes his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi west of Tokyo
A biker pushes his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dated back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UB0
January 03, 2016
A Bousouzoku biker waits at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016....
Yamanashi, Japan
A Bousouzoku biker waits at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A Bousouzoku biker waits at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAZ
January 03, 2016
Policemen hand out penalties to Bousouzoku bikers for illegal customisation of their motorcycles at the...
Yamanashi, Japan
Policemen hand out penalties to Bousouzoku bikers for illegal customisation of their motorcycles at the...
Policemen hand out penalties to Bousouzoku bikers for illegal customisation of their motorcycles at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAY
January 03, 2016
Helmets rest on the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka rest stop in...
Yamanashi, Japan
Helmets rest on the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka rest stop in...
Helmets rest on the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAX
January 03, 2016
Policemen inspect a customised Bousouzoku style motorcycle at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi,...
Yamanashi, Japan
Policemen inspect a customised Bousouzoku style motorcycle at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
Policemen inspect a customised Bousouzoku style motorcycle at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAW
January 03, 2016
A baseball bat is strapped to the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka...
Yamanashi, Japan
A baseball bat is strapped to the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka...
A baseball bat is strapped to the seat of a Bousouzoku style motorbike that is parked at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dates back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAV
January 03, 2016
A man and a woman pose on a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A man and a woman pose on a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A man and a woman pose on a Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dated back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAT
January 03, 2016
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dated back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAS
January 03, 2016
Bikers ride a Bousouzoku motorbike in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday...
Yamanashi, Japan
Bikers ride a Bousouzoku motorbike in Yamanashi
Bikers ride a Bousouzoku motorbike in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dated back to the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX20UAR
January 03, 2016
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan,...
Yamanashi, Japan
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi
A biker poses on his Bousouzoku motorbike at the Dangouzaka rest stop in Yamanashi, west of Tokyo, Japan, January 3, 2016. Police on Sunday halted a group of about two dozen Bousouzoku bikers who paraded their noisy motorcycles during an annual New Year outing in the Mount Fuji region. This Japanese motorcycle subculture dated back in the 1950s and regularly chafes with the police because of their provocative traffic behaviour and bike customising, that is often deemed illegal. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
EUROZONE-GREECE/ZOO
RTX1KOW2
July 17, 2015
Jean-Jacques Lesueur sits surrounded with Madagascar lemurs in Athens, Greece July 16, 2015.
Curious...
Athens, Greece
Jean-Jacques Lesueur sits surrounded with Madagascar lemurs in Athens, Greece
Jean-Jacques Lesueur sits surrounded with Madagascar lemurs in Athens, Greece July 16, 2015.
Curious and noisy, a group of Madagascar lemurs surround Lesueur, founder of Attica Park in Athens, unaware that the special biscuits he is handing out to them are running low and they may soon not have enough to eat. Three weeks after capital controls were imposed on Greece's moribund banking system, supplies of the special imported dietary supplements needed to feed 2,200 animals from 345 species at Athens' only zoo are under threat. Picture taken July 16, 2015. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKY0
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with a friend at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency,...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with a friend at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKXS
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with friends at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency,...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with friends at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKXG
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (C) poses with neighbours as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (C) poses with neighbours as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind them, at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
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RTX1IKXD
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (L) poses with her brother Muhidin Milala as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (L) poses with her brother Muhidin Milala as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind them, at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKWY
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, and her family drive away from their home, as ash spews from Mount Sinabung volcano...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, and her family drive away from their home, as ash spews from Mount Sinabung volcano at Tiga Serangkai village in Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia in this June 24, 2015 file photo. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta/Files TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKWU
July 01, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "IN THE SHADOW OF THE VOLCANO" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH...
KARO, Indonesia
Attention Editors - A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
ATTENTION EDITORS - A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "IN THE SHADOW OF THE VOLCANO" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "RAMADINAH" FOR ALL 5 IMAGES.
A set of 5 pictures telling the story the behind photographer Beawiharta’s stunning image of young Indonesian girl Ramadinah Milala, escaping Mount Sinabung volcano. Beawiharta interviewed the girl and her family about living in the shadow of an erupting volcano: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
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Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
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Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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RTX1GLQ7
June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTX1GLQ5
June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
GAMES-SEA/FOOTBALL-FINAL
RTX1GLQ3
June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar react as they watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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RTX1GLQ1
June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
GAMES-SEA/FOOTBALL-FINAL
RTX1GLQ0
June 15, 2015
A fan of Myanmar sits after watching the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
A fan of Myanmar sits after watching the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
A fan of Myanmar sits after watching the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
GAMES-SEA/FOOTBALL-FINAL
RTX1GLPZ
June 15, 2015
A fan of Myanmar watches the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla...
Yangon, Myanmar
A fan of Myanmar watches the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla...
A fan of Myanmar watches the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
GAMES-SEA/FOOTBALL-FINAL
RTX1GLPA
June 15, 2015
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand,...
Fans of Myanmar gather to watch the SEA Games under-23 final soccer match between Myanmar and Thailand, in Mahabanduhla park in Yangon June 15, 2015. Holders Thailand overcame a spirited Myanmar and their noisy fans 3-0 in the final of the Southeast Asian Games men's soccer tournament on Monday to cement their position as kings of the region. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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April 30, 2015
A Free Syrian Army fighter covers his ears as his fellow fighter fires a weapon during clashes with forces...
Aleppo, Syria
Free Syrian Army fighter covers his ears as his fellow fighter fires weapon during clashes with forces...
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March 15, 2015
A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a placard depicting U.S. President Barack Obama...
Caracas, Venezuela
Supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a placard depicting U.S. President Barack Obama...
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RTR4TGV7
March 15, 2015
A member of Venezuela's militia wears a portrait of late President Hugo Chavez on his head during a rally...
Caracas, Venezuela
Member of Venezuela's militia wears a portrait of late President Hugo Chavez on his head during a rally...
A member of Venezuela's militia wears a portrait of late President Hugo Chavez on his head during a rally outside Miraflores Palace in Caracas March 15, 2015. Venezuela's parliament granted President Nicolas Maduro decree powers on Sunday for the rest of 2015 in a move he says is to defend the country from U.S. meddling but opponents decry as evidence of autocracy. In a noisy National Assembly session, ruling Socialist Party legislators, who have a majority, applauded the "Enabling Law" as a legitimate response to a U.S. declaration that Venezuela is a security threat and sanctions on seven officials. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR4TGV3
March 15, 2015
Venezuela's militia members holds a placard depicting U.S. President Barack Obama during a rally outside...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's militia members holds a placard depicting U.S. President Barack Obama during a rally outside...
Venezuela's militia members holds a placard depicting U.S. President Barack Obama during a rally outside Miraflores Palace in Caracas March 15, 2015. Venezuela's parliament granted President Nicolas Maduro decree powers on Sunday for the rest of 2015 in a move he says is to defend the country from U.S. meddling but opponents decry as evidence of autocracy. In a noisy National Assembly session, ruling Socialist Party legislators, who have a majority, applauded the "Enabling Law" as a legitimate response to a U.S. declaration that Venezuela is a security threat and sanctions on seven officials. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR4TGUL
March 15, 2015
A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a placard depicting U.S. president Barack Obama...
Caracas, Venezuela
Supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a placard depicting U.S. president Barack Obama...
A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro holds a placard depicting U.S. president Barack Obama during a rally outside Miraflores Palace in Caracas March 15, 2015. Venezuela's parliament granted President Maduro decree powers on Sunday for the rest of 2015 in a move he says is to defend the country from U.S. meddling but opponents decry as evidence of autocracy. In a noisy National Assembly session, ruling Socialist Party legislators, who have a majority, applauded the "Enabling Law" as a legitimate response to a U.S. declaration that Venezuela is a security threat and sanctions on seven officials. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
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March 15, 2015
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro holds letters during a rally outside...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Maduro holds letters during a rally outside Miraflores...
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro holds letters during a rally outside Miraflores Palace in Caracas March 15, 2015. Venezuela's parliament granted President Maduro decree powers on Sunday for the rest of 2015 in a move he says is to defend the country from U.S. meddling but opponents decry as evidence of autocracy. In a noisy National Assembly session, ruling Socialist Party legislators, who have a majority, applauded the "Enabling Law" as a legitimate response to a U.S. declaration that Venezuela is a security threat and sanctions on seven officials. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
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March 15, 2015
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro holds letters during a rally outside...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Maduro holds letters during a rally outside Miraflores...
Venezuela's militia members and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro holds letters during a rally outside Miraflores Palace in Caracas March 15, 2015. Venezuela's parliament granted President Maduro decree powers on Sunday for the rest of 2015 in a move he says is to defend the country from U.S. meddling but opponents decry as evidence of autocracy. In a noisy National Assembly session, ruling Socialist Party legislators, who have a majority, applauded the "Enabling Law" as a legitimate response to a U.S. declaration that Venezuela is a security threat and sanctions on seven officials. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS)
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