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April 18, 2018
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Igor, the 13 year-old Siberian tiger is getting numbed by anaesthetics before non invasive stem cell...
Igor, the 13 year-old Siberian tiger is getting numbed by anaesthetics before the non invasive stem cell surgery in Zoo Szeged, Hungary April 18, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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April 18, 2018
Igor, the 13 year-old Siberian tiger is getting numbed by anaesthetics before the non invasive stem cell...
Szeged, Hungary
Igor, the 13 year-old Siberian tiger is getting numbed by anaesthetics before the non invasive stem cell...
Igor, the 13 year-old Siberian tiger is getting numbed by anaesthetics before the non invasive stem cell surgery in Zoo Szeged, Hungary, April 18, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Rites Of Passage - Circumcision In Kenya - 18 Sep 2014
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September 18, 2014
Bukusu boys crowd outside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision...
Bungoma, Kenya
Bukusu boys crowd outside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma
Bukusu boys crowd outside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A boy who underwent circumcision rests inside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8,...
Bungoma, Kenya
A boy who underwent circumcision rests inside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma
A boy who underwent circumcision rests inside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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A Bukusu family sits next to their son who just underwent circumcision inside a house in Kenya's western...
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A Bukusu family sits next to their son who just underwent circumcision inside a house in Kenya's western...
A Bukusu family sits next to their son who just underwent circumcision inside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision is assisted by his father outside their home in Kenya's...
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A Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision is assisted by his father outside their home in Kenya's...
A Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision is assisted by his father outside their home in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A Bukusu youth stands covered in mud in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region...
Bungoma, Kenya
A Bukusu youth stands covered in mud in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region...
A Bukusu youth stands covered in mud in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A traditional Bukusu circumciser checks on the condition of a youth who just underwent circumcision inside...
Bungoma, Kenya
A traditional Bukusu circumciser checks on the condition of a youth who just underwent circumcision inside...
A traditional Bukusu circumciser checks on the condition of a youth who just underwent circumcision inside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western...
Bungoma, Kenya
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western...
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
Bukusu villagers escort youths as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma...
Bungoma, Kenya
Bukusu villagers escort youths as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma
Bukusu villagers escort youths as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
Bukusu villagers escort a youth, who is wearing a piece of beef, from his uncle's home as part of a circumcision...
Bungoma, Kenya
Bukusu villagers escort a youth from his uncle's home as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western...
Bukusu villagers escort a youth, who is wearing a piece of beef, from his uncle's home as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 18, 2014
A Bukusu youth is smeared with mud as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma...
Bungoma, Kenya
A Bukusu youth is smeared with mud as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma...
A Bukusu youth is smeared with mud as part of a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western...
Bungoma, Kenya
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western...
People crowd around a Bukusu youth who just underwent circumcision outside a house in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 9, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A Bukusu youth waits outside his uncle's home for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of...
Bungoma, Kenya
A Bukusu youth waits outside his uncle's home for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of...
A Bukusu youth waits outside his uncle's home for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 18, 2014
Bukusu boys dance in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August...
Bungoma, Kenya
Bukusu boys dance in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma
Bukusu boys dance in preparation for a circumcision ritual in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
Bukusu villagers observe a ritual which is part of circumcision ceremonies taking place in Kenya's western...
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Bukusu villagers observe a ritual which is part of circumcision ceremonies taking place in Kenya's western...
Bukusu villagers observe a ritual which is part of circumcision ceremonies taking place in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 18, 2014
A Bukusu youth is addressed by an uncle as they take part in rituals related to circumcision ceremonies...
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A Bukusu youth is addressed by an uncle as they take part in rituals related to circumcision ceremonies...
A Bukusu youth is addressed by an uncle as they take part in rituals related to circumcision ceremonies in Kenya's western region of Bungoma August 8, 2014. Circumcision rituals, which take place in August, are celebrated amongst some Kenyan tribes as an annual rite of passage into adulthood. The Bukusu group, a sub-tribe of the Luhya tribe which is one of the largest in Kenya, is one community to continue the tradition. The day before the ceremony, the boy's uncle slaughters a cow and dresses him in a chunk of the meat as a personal gift and as permission for him to proceed with the circumcision. The boys, aged 16 and under, bathe in the river to numb their bodies before the ritual, which they must undergo without flinching. Similar circumcision rituals and rites of passage are celebrated in many parts of Africa. Picture taken August 8, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

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September 17, 2009
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Actor Rob Morrow, star of the series "Numb3rs", poses with his wife Debbon Ayer at the CBS television network's Premiere Party in Hollywood September 16, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
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Actress NAvi Rawat poses at the CBS television network's Premiere Party" in Hollywood
Actress NAvi Rawat, star of the series "Numb3rs" poses at the CBS television network's Premiere Party" in Hollywood September 16, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
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Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, smiles after interview in Srinagar
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, smiles after an interview with Reuters outside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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March 27, 2008
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Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, listens to questions during interview in Srinagar
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, listens to questions during an interview with Reuters inside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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March 27, 2008
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Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, sits outside his office after interview with Reuters in Srinagar...
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, sits outside his office after an interview with Reuters outside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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March 27, 2008
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, speaks during an interview with Reuters inside a police mortuary...
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Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, speaks during interview with Reuters in Srinagar
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, speaks during an interview with Reuters inside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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March 27, 2008
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, gestures during an interview with Reuters inside a police...
Srinagar, India
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, gestures during interview with Reuters in Srinagar
Mohammad Maqbool, a Kashmiri health worker, gestures during an interview with Reuters inside a police mortuary in Srinagar March 27, 2008. Numbed by handling mutilated corpses, 55-year-old Maqbool, who has helped perform autopsies on at least 15,000 bodies, says he feels relaxed as violence in the disputed Himalayan region has subsided. Officials estimate more than 43,000 people have been killed since Muslim militants launched an armed revolt against New Delhi's rule over a part of Kashmir in 1989. Human rights groups put the toll at about 60,000 dead or missing. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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December 12, 2007
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Elhaim (L) and Instisar do exercises during their gym time at the shelter where they live in Cairo November 14, 2007. The shelter that they live in takes in unmarried girls from the street that are not already pregnant. The girls that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill
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December 12, 2007
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Yasmine (L), Elhaim (C), and Instisar do exercises during their gym time at the shelter where they live in Cairo November 14, 2007. The shelter that they live in takes in unmarried girls from the street that are not already pregnant. The girls that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill
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December 12, 2007
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Captain Hosam (C) the girls' trainer, shows Elhaim (L) and Yasmine how to do a karate kick during their gym time at the shelter where they live in Cairo November 14, 2007. The shelter that they live in takes in unmarried girls from the street that are not already pregnant. The girls that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
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December 12, 2007
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Yasmine (L), Elhaim (C), and Instisar do exercises during their gym time at the shelter that they live at in Cairo November 14, 2007. The shelter that they live in takes in unmarried girls from the street that are not already pregnant. The girls that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
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December 12, 2007
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Cairo, Egypt
To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS
Instisar (L) and Elhaim (C) do an arts project with their teacher at the shelter that they live at in Cairo November 14, 2007. The shelter takes in unmarried girls from the street that are not already pregnant. The girls that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
EGYPT-STREETGIRLS
RTX4NGG
December 12, 2007
A teacher watches a child do his lesson at the shelter that they live at in Cairo November 14, 2007....
Cairo, Egypt
To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS
A teacher watches a child do his lesson at the shelter that they live at in Cairo November 14, 2007. The children that are taken in are often children of Egypt's rural poor or from families living in shantytowns on the outskirts of Cairo. They may sleep on the pavement or in public gardens, face a constant threat of rape, and sniff glue to dull the pain and numb the cold. To match feature EGYPT-STREETGIRLS REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
JAPAN/
RTR1SUKK
August 17, 2007
Young Japanese women struggle with their numb feet after being in the same position with their legs tucked...
Tokyo, Japan
Young Japanese women struggle with their numb feet after being in the same position with their legs tucked...
Young Japanese women struggle with their numb feet after being in the same position with their legs tucked underneath for over a long period of time during Shinto maidens workshop at Kanda Myojin Shrine in Tokyo August 17, 2007. A total of 20 high school and university students took part in the one-day course to learn the rites and rituals of Shinto religion, which included detailed instructions on the ways to bow, pray and walk in a proper manner. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
MOTOR RACING-NASCAR/
RTR1RJIR
July 06, 2007
Michael Waltrip waits on the pit road before qualifying in his number 55 Toyota for the Pepsi 400 NASCAR...
Daytona Beach, UNITED STATES
Waltrip waits on pit road before qualifying in his numbe 55 Toyota for the Pepsi 400 NASCAR Nextel Cup...
Michael Waltrip waits on the pit road before qualifying in his number 55 Toyota for the Pepsi 400 NASCAR Nextel Cup race at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida July 6, 2007. The Pepsi 400 is scheduled for July 7. REUTERS/Mark Wallheiser (UNITED STATES)
LE MANS
RTXOR1L
June 17, 2006
France's Emmanuel Collard drives his Pescarolo C60 number 16 just ahead of the other Pescarolo number...
Le Mans, France
France's Emmanuel Collard drives his Pescarolo C60 number 16 just ahead of the other Pescarolo numbe.....
France's Emmanuel Collard drives his Pescarolo C60 number 16 just ahead of the other Pescarolo number 8 driven by France's Franck Montagny during the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race in Le Mans, western France, June 17, 2006.
IRAQ
RTR17NE1
March 27, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
A man pulls a sheet over the body...
Baghdad
Man covers body of victim of Iraqi violence at hospital morgue in Baghdad
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
A man pulls a sheet over the body of a victim of Iraqi violence at Yarmouk hospital morgue in Baghdad March 27, 2006. Scores of bodies, most mutilated, are turning up across the country every day. Such is the level of killing that the discovery of 30 bodies, many beheaded, on the main road of a village northeast of Baghdad on Sunday barely drew a mention in local media. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
LEISURE GRAMMYS
RTR160BA
February 09, 2006
Members of music group Linkin Park (L-R) Joseph Hann, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Linkin Park wins at Grammy Awards in Los Angeles
Members of music group Linkin Park (L-R) Joseph Hann, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington, Phoenix Farrell and Brad Delson pose with the award they won for best rap/sung collaboration with Jay-Z for 'Numb/Encore' at the 48th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles February 8, 2006. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
LEISURE GRAMMYS
RTR1BUFH
February 08, 2006
Members of music group Linkin Park (L-R) Joseph Hann, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Linkin Park wins at Grammy Awards in Los Angeles
Members of music group Linkin Park (L-R) Joseph Hann, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington, Phoenix Farrell and Brad Delson pose with the award they won for best rap/sung collaboration with Jay-Z for 'Numb/Encore' at the 48th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles February 8, 2006. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
GERMANY
RTXNYLQ
November 09, 2005
A German policemen looks at torched cars in the Berlin district of Wedding November 9, 2005. A number...
Berlin, Germany
A German policemen looks at torched cars in the Berlin district of Wedding November 9, 2005. A numbe.....
A German policemen looks at torched cars in the Berlin district of Wedding November 9, 2005. A number of cars were set on fire in the German cities of Berlin and [Cologne] in suspected copycat attacks after nearly two weeks of widespread unrest in France, police said on Wednesday. [Police in the German capital said three cars and a motorcycle were burned in the working class north Berlin district of Wedding, while witnesses said they later saw two more cars burning. Five other cars were burned in the nearby Moabit quarter two nights earlier.]
PHILIPPE
RTXNXWP
October 31, 2005
Haitian presidential candidate Guy Philippe for "FNR" (National Reconstruction Front) holds his number...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian presidential candidate Guy Philippe for "FNR" (National Reconstruction Front) holds his numb.....
Haitian presidential candidate Guy Philippe for "FNR" (National Reconstruction Front) holds his number for the presidential elections in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, October 31, 2005. Presidential candidates chose their representative number on the ballot for the next Presidential race.
AFRICA-NGOS-AIDS
RTR19EBW
October 13, 2005
Hospice workers massage the shoulders of Nkosinathi Mthembu at his home in Esikhawini township, near...
Empangeni, South Africa
To accompany feature Africa NGOs Aids
Hospice workers massage the shoulders of Nkosinathi Mthembu at his home in Esikhawini township, near Empangani, in South Africa's Kwa-Zulu Natal province October 13, 2005. Although Nkosinathi is one of the few to recieve anti-retroviral and tuberculosis medication, many patients still lack access to basic health care resources in the country with the world's highest HIV/AIDS caseload. The United Nations AIDS agency, UNAIDS, says sub-Saharan Africa has just over 10 percent of the world's population but is home to more than 60 percent of all people living with HIV. Around 2.3 million people died of AIDS in the region in 2004. UNAIDS estimates that $8.3 billion will be available to fight AIDS globally from all sources in 2005. Although this is up from $6.1 billion in 2004, when the U.S. alone gave $2.7 billion, it will leave a $4 billion shortfall, it says. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings Pictures of the month October 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
JAPAN
RTRKW0C
August 18, 2005
Japanese teenagers dressed as shrine maidens struggle with their numb feet after being in the same position...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese teenagers struggle with numb feet during shrine maiden training in Tokyo.
Japanese teenagers dressed as shrine maidens struggle with their numb feet after being in the same position with their legs tucked underneath for over an hour during Shinto manner lessons in a shrine maiden training course at Kanda Myojin Shrine in Tokyo August 18, 2005. The shrine gave lessons to high school students, hoping to help deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and tradition. PP05080157 ODLY REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa ES/TY
LIKHOVTSEVA
RTXNIG5
June 02, 2005
Russia's Elena Likhovtseva, the number 16 seed, hits a forehand to [France's Mary Pierce], the number...
Paris, France
Russia's Elena Likhovtseva, the number 16 seed, hits a forehand to [France's Mary Pierce], the numbe.....
Russia's Elena Likhovtseva, the number 16 seed, hits a forehand to [France's Mary Pierce], the number 21 seed, during their women's semi-final match in the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Paris, June 2, 2005. [Pierce delighted her home fans by crushing Likhovtseva 6-1 6-1 on Thursday to set up a French Open final against fellow former champion Justine Henin-Hardenne.]
SUPER BOWL
RTR11O31
February 06, 2005
In a photo taken February 6, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick (2-L) and his father Steve...
Jacksonville, USA
New England coach Belichick dunked with father after Super Bowl in Florida.
In a photo taken February 6, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick (2-L) and his father Steve (2-R) are dunked with water by linebacker Tedy Bruschi (54) after the Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 in Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida. Bruschi was released from the hospital after spending two days recovering from a mild stroke that caused numbness, blurred vision and severe headaches. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS
HEFETZ
RTXMEO4
January 15, 2004
A picture taken December 16, 2003 shows the Israeli artist Magdalena Hefetz (L) as she sits by her work...
Jerusalem, WEST BANK
A picture taken December 16, 2003 shows the Israeli artist Magdalena Hefetz (L) as she sits by her w.....
A picture taken December 16, 2003 shows the Israeli artist Magdalena Hefetz (L) as she sits by her work called "Set Table" at the Artists House in Jerusalem. The Israeli Palestinian conflict inspires Israeli artists to reflect in their work what they see as the daily humiliation and suffering of Palestinians. The artists hope to jar an Israeli public numbed by daily bloodshed for the past three years.
ISRAEL ART
RTRACVH
December 16, 2003
A picture taken December 16, 2003 shows the Israeli artist Magdalena Hefetz (L) as she sits by her work...
Jerusalem, Israel - State of
TO GO WITH FEATURE-BC-MIDEAST-ISRAEL-ART.
A picture taken December 16, 2003 shows the Israeli artist Magdalena Hefetz (L) as she sits by her work called "Set Table" at the Artists House in Jerusalem. The Israeli Palestinian conflict inspires Israeli artists to reflect in their work what they see as the daily humiliation and suffering of Palestinians. The artists hope to jar an Israeli public numbed by daily bloodshed for the past three years. TO GO WITH FEATURE-BC-MIDEAST-ISRAEL-ARTREUTERS/ Gil Cohen Magen
ARGENTINA DEBT IMF
RTR2R7J
September 09, 2003
Holding a banner that reads "Hunger," demonstrators march through
downtown Buenos Aires protesting against...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
DEMONSTRATORS MARCH IN BUENOS AIRES TO PROTEST AGAINST THE IMF.
Holding a banner that reads "Hunger," demonstrators march through
downtown Buenos Aires protesting against the International Monetary
Fund, September 9, 2003. Argentina's previous defaults on debt payments
numbed financial markets' sensitivity to its debt problems, a senior
IMF official said today, as the possibility of another default loomed.
Argentina said it would not use its international reserves to pay a $3
billion debt due today, as it sought a wider aid deal before the lender
is paid. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA DEBT IMF
RTR2QXX
September 09, 2003
Demonstrators march through downtown Buenos Aires protesting against
the International Monetary Fund,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
DEMONSTRATORS MARCH IN BUENOS AIRES TO PROTEST AGAINST THE IMF.
Demonstrators march through downtown Buenos Aires protesting against
the International Monetary Fund, September 9, 2003. Argentina's
previous defaults on debt payments numbed financial markets'
sensitivity to its debt problems, a senior IMF official said on
Tuesday, as the possibility of another default loomed. Argentina said
it would not use its international reserves to pay a $3 billion debt
due on Tuesday to the as it sought a wider aid deal before the lender
is paid. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA DEBT IMF
RTR2QXH
September 09, 2003
A demonstrator holding a placard that reads: "No to the debt payment,"
shouts slogans against the International...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
DEMONSTRATORS MARCH IN BUENOS AIRES TO PROTEST AGAINST THE IMF.
A demonstrator holding a placard that reads: "No to the debt payment,"
shouts slogans against the International Monetary Fund in Buenos Aires,
September 9, 2003. Argentina's previous defaults on debt payments
numbed financial markets' sensitivity to its debt problems, a senior
IMF official said on Tuesday, as the possibility of another default
loomed. Argentina said it would not use its international reserves to
pay a $3 billion debt due on Tuesday as it sought a wider aid deal
before the lender is paid. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

EM
ARGENTINA DEBT IMF
RTR2QW4
September 09, 2003
Demonstrators march through downtown Buenos Aires protesting against
the International Monetary Fund,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
DEMONSTRATORS MARCH IN BUENOS AIRES TO PROTEST AGAINST THE IMF.
Demonstrators march through downtown Buenos Aires protesting against
the International Monetary Fund, September 9, 2003. Argentina's
previous defaults on debt payments have numbed financial markets'
sensitivity to its debt problems, a senior IMF official said on Tuesday
as the possibility of another default loomed. Argentina said it would
not use its international reserves to pay a $3 billion debt due on
Tuesday to the as it sought a wider aid deal before the lender is paid.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY093
August 09, 2002
New York Yankees pitcher Jeff Weaver follows through on a pitch to the
Oakland A's in the second inning...
New York, United States of America
YANKEES HERNANDEZ PITCHES ONLY ONE INNING AGAINST ATHLETICS.
New York Yankees pitcher Jeff Weaver follows through on a pitch to the
Oakland A's in the second inning at Yankee Stadium in New York, August
9, 2002. Weaver was an emergency replacement for starter Orlando
Hernandez, who was unable to come out to pitch the second inning and
left the game with numbness in his leg. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

RFS
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY08M
August 09, 2002
New York Yankees pitcher Orlando Hernandez pitches to the Oakland A's
in the first inning at Yankee...
New York, United States of America
YANKEES HERNANDEZ PITCHES ONLY ONE INNING AGAINST OAKLAND ATHLETICS.
New York Yankees pitcher Orlando Hernandez pitches to the Oakland A's
in the first inning at Yankee Stadium in New York, August 9, 2002.
Hernandez was unable to come out to pitch the second inning, and left
the game with numbness in his leg. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

RFS
SPORT NFL
RTRS06R
January 24, 2002
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis stops for a drink during
practice at the team's indoor...
Pittsburgh, United States of America
PITTSBURGHS BETTIS TAKES A DRINK DURING PRACTICE.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis stops for a drink during
practice at the team's indoor facility in Pittsburgh on January 24,
2002. Bettis, who was sidelined for last week's playoff game against
Baltimore after a pain killer injection caused his leg to go numb,
plans to play against the New England Patriots in this Sunday's AFC
Championship game. REUTERS/Jason Cohn

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SPORT NFL
RTRS06L
January 24, 2002
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis (36) runs past a
teammate during practice at the team's...
Pittsburgh, United States of America
PITTSBURGHS BETTIS RUNS DRILL DURING PRACTICE.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis (36) runs past a
teammate during practice at the team's indoor facility in Pittsburgh on
January 24, 2002. Bettis, who was sidelined for last week's playoff
game against Baltimore after a pain killer injection caused his leg to
go numb, plans to play against the New England Patriots in this
Sunday's AFC Championship game. REUTERS/Jason Cohn

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INDIA QUAKE
RTR15LQ9
January 29, 2001
Indian donors queue at the Red Cross headquarters in New Delhi to donate blood for earthquake victims...
New Delhi, Republic of India
INDIAN BLOOD DONORS QUEUE AT RED CROSS OFFICE IN NEW DELHI.
Indian donors queue at the Red Cross headquarters in New Delhi to donate blood for earthquake victims in the western state of Gujrat on January 29, 2001. Survivors of India's worst earthquake wavered on Monday between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the disaster that has killed up to 20,000 people unfolded.

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INDIA QUAKE
RTRDMWJ
January 29, 2001
An Indian soldier gives water to a rescued woman after she was trapped for more then 74 hours in her...
Bhuj, Republic of India
AN INDIAN SOLDIER GIVES WATER TO A RESCUED WOMAN AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE IN BHUJ.
An Indian soldier gives water to a rescued woman after she was trapped for more then 74 hours in her collapsed apartment in Bhuj January 29, 2001. Survivors of Friday's disaster, which has killed up to 20,000 people and has made thousands more homeless, wavered between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the tragedy unfolded in the ancient coastal town of Bhuj and elsewhere.

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INDIA QUAKE
RTRDMWB
January 29, 2001
An Indian soldier carries a woman rescued after more than 74 hours trapped in her collapsed apartment...
Bhuj, Republic of India
AN INDIAN SOLDIER CARRIES A WOMAN WHO WAS RESCUED IN THE CITY OF BHUJ.
An Indian soldier carries a woman rescued after more than 74 hours trapped in her collapsed apartment in the western Indian city of Bhuj on January 29, 2001. Survivors of Friday's disaster, which has killed up to 20,000 people and has left tens of thousands more injured or homeless, wavered between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the tragedy unfolded in the ancient coastal town of Bhuj and elsewhere.

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INDIA QUAKE
RTRDMV1
January 29, 2001
An Indian man carries his dog through the debris of a house in the city of Bhuj on January 29, 2001....
Bhuj, Republic of India
AN INDIAN MAN CARRIES HIS DOG THROUGH THE DEBRIS OF A HOUSE IN BHUJ.
An Indian man carries his dog through the debris of a house in the city of Bhuj on January 29, 2001. Survivors of Friday's disaster, which has killed up to 20,000 people and has made thousands more homeless, wavered between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the tragedy unfolded in the ancient coastal town of Bhuj and elsewhere.

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INDIA QUAKE
RTRDMUV
January 29, 2001
VILLAGERS OF A SMALL INDIAN TOWN OF ANJAR COVER THEIR FACES WITH A HANDKERCHIEFS WHILE WATCHING RESCUE...
Anjar, Republic of India
VILLAGERS OF A SMALL INDIAN TOWN OF ANJAR COVER THEIR FACES WITH A HANDKERCHIEFS WHILE WATCHING ...
VILLAGERS OF A SMALL INDIAN TOWN OF ANJAR COVER THEIR FACES WITH A HANDKERCHIEFS WHILE WATCHING RESCUE OPERATION.


Villagers cover their faces with handkerchieves while watching rescue operation in the small Indian town of Anjar on January 29, 2001. Survivors of Friday's disaster, which has killed up to 20,000 people and has made thousands more homeless, wavered between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the tragedy unfolded in the ancient coastal town of Bhuj and elsewhere.
INDIA QUAKE
RTRDMUK
January 29, 2001
Hetal Visani, a 10 year old Indian girl, looks on while sitting at the military hospital in the city...
Bhuj, Republic of India
AN INJURED INDIAN GIRL LOOKS ON WHILE SITTING AT THE MILITARY HOSPITAL IN BHUJ.
Hetal Visani, a 10 year old Indian girl, looks on while sitting at the military hospital in the city of Bhuj on January 29, 2001. Survivors of Friday's disaster, which has killed up to 20,000 people and has made thousands more homeless, wavered between fear and numb resignation as the full impact of the tragedy unfolded in the ancient coastal town of Bhuj and elsewhere.

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