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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS36SQB
March 20, 2020
Customers at an off-licence store in Belfast as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues. Belfast,...
Belfast, United Kingdom
Customers at an off-licence store in Belfast
Customers at an off-licence store in Belfast as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues. Belfast, Northern Ireland March 20, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff
GREECE-FISHING/
RTS1UTZJ
July 02, 2018
Panagiotis Pagonis stands on the deck of his fishing boat off Asprovalta in northern Greece, grimacing...
ASPROVALTA, Greece
The Wider Image: As stocks deplete, Greek fishermen send boats to scrap
Panagiotis Pagonis stands on the deck of his fishing boat off Asprovalta in northern Greece, grimacing at another empty catch. "It's all gone to hell," the 72-year-old mutters as the early glimmer of dawn lights up the waters. Ten days later, he looks on as the mechanical arm of a bulldozer rips through his vessel, the Katerina, crushing a lifetime of memories. He has been at sea since he was a child. But the scrap yard takes just minutes. Hundreds of fishermen like him are turning in their boats and their licences, partly because catches are down, partly because the EU and the Greek government are offering them cash to leave the trade, under a scheme to protect fish stocks. Europe's environment agency says those stocks have reached a critical level in the Mediterranean, with serious implications for the people living on its shores who have found their food there for centuries. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis SEARCH "AVRAMIDIS FISHING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY?
BRITAIN-MEDIA/BBC
RTX1IR4Y
July 02, 2015
People stand outside Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July 2, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
People stand outside Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC in London
People stand outside Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July 2, 2015. The BBC said it will cut more than 1,000 jobs because it expects to receive 150 million pounds ($234 million) less than forecast from the licence fee next financial year as viewers turn off televisions and watch programmes on the Internet. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
BRITAIN-MEDIA/BBC
RTX1IR4A
July 02, 2015
A man walks past Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July 2, 2015. The...
London, United Kingdom
A man walks past Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC in London
A man walks past Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July 2, 2015. The BBC said it will cut more than 1,000 jobs because it expects to receive 150 million pounds ($234 million) less than forecast from the licence fee next financial year as viewers turn off televisions and watch programmes on the Internet. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
BRITAIN-MEDIA/BBC
RTX1IR48
July 02, 2015
People arrive and depart from Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July...
London, United Kingdom
People arrive and depart from Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC in London
People arrive and depart from Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, in London Britain July 2, 2015. The BBC said it will cut more than 1,000 jobs because it expects to receive 150 million pounds ($234 million) less than forecast from the licence fee next financial year as viewers turn off televisions and watch programmes on the Internet. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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HONGKONG/
RTX14IOB
October 21, 2013
A protester holds a placard reading "Black Box operation" during a rally against the government's decision...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
A protester holds a placard reading "Black Box operation" during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG/
RTX14IO9
October 21, 2013
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG/
RTX14IO6
October 21, 2013
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG/
RTX14IO4
October 21, 2013
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG/
RTX14IO0
October 21, 2013
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG/
RTX14INY
October 21, 2013
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV...
Protesters watch television clips during a rally against the government's decision to not award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 21, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS TELECOMS MEDIA)
HONGKONG
RTX14HM2
October 20, 2013
A protester holds aloft a paper television cut-out during a rally to demonstrate against the government's...
Hong Kong, China
A protester holds aloft a paper television cut-out during a rally to demonstrate against the government's...
A protester holds aloft a paper television cut-out during a rally to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV) , in Hong Kong October 20, 2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

The words on the protester's shirt reads as "Democracy will win, We are not afraid." REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
HONGKONG
RTX14HM1
October 20, 2013
Protesters applaud Rain Lau Yuk Tsui (C, standing), a Hong Kong Television (HKTV) actress, during a rally...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters applaud Rain Lau Yuk Tsui, a Hong Kong Television (HTKV) actress, during a rally to demonstrate...
Protesters applaud Rain Lau Yuk Tsui (C, standing), a Hong Kong Television (HKTV) actress, during a rally to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to HKTV, outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 20,2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
HONGKONG
RTX14HM0
October 20, 2013
Protesters rally to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rally to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Protesters rally to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television (HKTV), outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 20,2013. HKTV announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG/
RTX14HLX
October 20, 2013
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Protesters rallied to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television, outside government headquarters in Hong Kong October 20, 2013. Hong Kong Television announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG/
RTX14HLW
October 20, 2013
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television, in Hong Kong October 20, 2013. Hong Kong Television announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
HONGKONG/
RTX14HLS
October 20, 2013
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Hong Kong, China
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast...
Protesters march to demonstrate against the government's decision not to award a free-to-air broadcast licence to Hong Kong Television, in Hong Kong October 20, 2013. Hong Kong Television announced on October 16, 2013 that 320 staff would be laid off after the network's domestic free-to-air TV license application was rejected by the government despite having invested HK$300 million in program production, according to local media. Two other existing pay-TV operators PCCW and i-Cable Communication were given the licenses, according to a government announcement.

REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA CIVIL UNREST)
SUDAN-SOUTH/GOLD
RTR3A72M
November 09, 2012
A Toposa man shows off gold that was found in Nanakanak, South Sudan September 28, 2012. In South Sudan...
Nanakanak, South Sudan
A Toposa man shows off gold that was found in Nanakanak, South Sudan
A Toposa man shows off gold that was found in Nanakanak, South Sudan September 28, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary people have been extracting gold from artisanal mines and taking part in as-yet unregulated trade in the precious metal. But now the government hopes to pass mining legislation that will formalise the industry, let them tax precious metal and mineral exports and sell concessions to large-scale investors. Officials say firms from China, Australia, the United States, South Africa and other African countries plan to apply for licences when new mining laws are passed in November. After many delays, parliament is set to begin debate on the bill on Monday. Picture taken September 28, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES CRIME LAW POLITICS) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 18 OF 25 FOR PACKAGE 'SOUTH SUDAN STRIKES GOLD'
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SUDAN-SOUTH/GOLD/
RTR3A72F
November 09, 2012
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel in Kapoeta, South Sudan September 27, 2012. In...
Kapoeta, South Sudan
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel in Kapoeta, South Sudan
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel in Kapoeta, South Sudan September 27, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary people have been extracting gold from artisanal mines and taking part in as-yet unregulated trade in the precious metal. But now the government hopes to pass mining legislation that will formalise the industry, let them tax precious metal and mineral exports and sell concessions to large-scale investors. Officials say firms from China, Australia, the United States, South Africa and other African countries plan to apply for licences when new mining laws are passed in November. After many delays, parliament is set to begin debate on the bill on Monday. Picture taken September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES CRIME LAW POLITICS) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 16 OF 25 FOR PACKAGE 'SOUTH SUDAN STRIKES GOLD'
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SUDAN-SOUTH/GOLD/
RTR3A5ZP
November 08, 2012
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel Kapoeta, South Sudan September 27, 2012. In South...
Kapoeta, South Sudan
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel Kapoeta, South Sudan
A man shows off his gold to potential buyers in a hotel Kapoeta, South Sudan September 27, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary people have been extracting gold from artisanal mines and taking part in as-yet unregulated trade in the precious metal. But now the government hopes to pass mining legislation that will formalise the industry, let them tax precious metal and mineral exports and sell concessions to large-scale investors. Officials say firms from China, Australia, the United States, South Africa and other African countries plan to apply for licences when new mining laws are passed in November. After many delays, parliament is set to begin debate on the bill on Monday. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
SUDAN-SOUTH/GOLD/
RTR3A5Z8
November 08, 2012
People show off their gold that was found in Napotpot, South Sudan, October 23, 2012. In South Sudan...
Napotpot, South Sudan
People show off their gold that was found in Napotpot, South Sudan
People show off their gold that was found in Napotpot, South Sudan, October 23, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary people have been extracting gold from artisanal mines and taking part in as-yet unregulated trade in the precious metal. But now the government hopes to pass mining legislation that will formalise the industry, let them tax precious metal and mineral exports and sell concessions to large-scale investors. Officials say firms from China, Australia, the United States, South Africa and other African countries plan to apply for licences when new mining laws are passed in November. After many delays, parliament is set to begin debate on the bill on Monday. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NUB
June 15, 2012
A Tunisian veiled woman walks past a police car after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah in...
Tunis, Tunisia
A Tunisian veiled woman walks past a police car after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah
A Tunisian veiled woman walks past a police car after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NRU
June 15, 2012
Tunisian veiled women walk after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah in Tunis June 15, 2012....
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunisian veiled women walk after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah in Tunis
Tunisian veiled women walk after Friday prayers in the old city of Al Casbah in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NPL
June 15, 2012
A man gestures as he walks past Tunisian policemen during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned...
Tunis, Tunisia
A man gestures as he walks past Tunisian policemen during Friday prayers in Tunis
A man gestures as he walks past Tunisian policemen during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NOP
June 15, 2012
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NOM
June 15, 2012
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis
Tunisian policemen stand guard after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NOL
June 15, 2012
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NOE
June 15, 2012
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the...
Tunis, Tunisia
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NOA
June 15, 2012
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis
Tunisian policemen stand guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNZ
June 15, 2012
A Tunisian policeman gestures while his comrades are about to leave after Friday prayers in Tunis June...
Tunis, Tunisia
A Tunisian policeman gestures while his comrades are about to leave after Friday prayers in Tunis
A Tunisian policeman gestures while his comrades are about to leave after Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNY
June 15, 2012
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNS
June 15, 2012
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis
A Tunisian policeman stands guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNO
June 15, 2012
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the...
Tunis, Tunisia
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNG
June 15, 2012
A woman walks past people attending Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi...
Tunis, Tunisia
A woman walks past people attending Friday prayers in Tunis
A woman walks past people attending Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NND
June 15, 2012
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the...
Tunis, Tunisia
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis
People attend Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TUNISIA/
RTR33NNA
June 15, 2012
Women walk as Tunisian policemen leave after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests...
Tunis, Tunisia
Women walk as Tunisian policemen leave after a Friday prayers in Tunis
Women walk as Tunisian policemen leave after a Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
TUNISIA
RTR33NMZ
June 15, 2012
A woman walks past Tunisian policemen standing guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned...
Tunis, Tunisia
A woman walks past Tunisian policemen standing guard during Friday prayers in Tunis
A woman walks past Tunisian policemen standing guard during Friday prayers in Tunis June 15, 2012. Planned protests by Salafi Islamists and by the ruling moderate Islamist Ennahda party were called off at the last minute after the interior ministry refused to grant licences fearing a repeat of rioting that shook the country earlier this week. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
MTN-LIBERIA/
RTR33KUG
June 14, 2012
A man speaks on a mobile phone as he walks past a MTN shop at a shopping mall south of Johannesburg June...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Man speaks on a mobile phone as he walks past a MTN shop at a shopping mall south of Johannesburg
A man speaks on a mobile phone as he walks past a MTN shop at a shopping mall south of Johannesburg June 6, 2012. Africa's biggest wireless phone operator, MTN Group, said a Liberian court has stopped the country's telecoms regulator from suspending the company's licence, but the watchdog insisted the suspension remained on track. The Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA) said last month it would suspend the operating licence for South Africa's MTN for two weeks after the company cut off its competitor, Comium, accusing it of unpaid interconnection fees. Picture taken June 6. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
INDIA-CORRUPTION/COURT
RTR2XALX
February 04, 2012
Subramanian Swamy, an opposition politician who brought the petition to revoke the telecoms licences...
New Delhi, India
Subramanian Swamy laughs during a seminar against corruption in New Delhi
Subramanian Swamy, an opposition politician who brought the petition to revoke the telecoms licences issued in 2008, laughs during a seminar against corruption in New Delhi February 4, 2012. India's beleaguered government won some rare relief on Saturday when a court threw out a corruption case against one its top ministers ahead of crucial state elections next week. The court dismissed a petition accusing Home Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram of signing off on the sale of telecoms licenses at below-market prices that may have cost the government up to $36 billion in lost revenues. REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TELECOMS)
CUBA-INFLATION/
RTR2X6M5
February 02, 2012
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans...
Havana, Cuba
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans paid almost 20 percent more for food in 2011 as economic reforms, reduced imports and stagnating farm production touched off price inflation at the country's many produce markets. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
CUBA-INFLATION/
RTR2X6M0
February 02, 2012
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans...
Havana, Cuba
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana
People buy food at a privately-licenced fruit and vegetable stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans paid almost 20 percent more for food in 2011 as economic reforms, reduced imports and stagnating farm production touched off price inflation at the country's many produce markets. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
CUBA-INFLATION/
RTR2X6LX
February 02, 2012
A man waits for customers at his privately-licenced stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans paid almost...
Havana, Cuba
A man waits for customers at his privately-licenced stall in Havana
A man waits for customers at his privately-licenced stall in Havana February 1, 2012. Cubans paid almost 20 percent more for food in 2011 as economic reforms, reduced imports and stagnating farm production touched off price inflation at the country's many produce markets. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q295
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q294
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q293
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London August 18, 2011....
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q290
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDIA-PILOTS/SAFETY
RTR2KJAG
March 29, 2011
A passenger aircraft is silhouetted against the rising sun after its take-off at the airport in New Delhi...
New Delhi, India
A passenger aircraft is silhouetted against the rising sun after its take-off at the airport in New Delhi...
A passenger aircraft is silhouetted against the rising sun after its take-off at the airport in New Delhi March 29, 2011. India has cancelled the licences of 14 airline pilots after police accused them of faking documents, a senior aviation official said last week, but he dismissed worries about safety in Indian skies. REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/
RTXENN9
May 02, 2009
Chelsea's John Terry takes off his shirt following his team's 3-1 victory over Fulham in their English...
London, United Kingdom
Chelsea's Terry takes off his shirt after their English Premier League soccer match in London
Chelsea's John Terry takes off his shirt following his team's 3-1 victory over Fulham in their English Premier League soccer match at Stamford Bridge in London May 2, 2009. NO ONLINE/INTERNET USAGE WITHOUT A LICENCE FROM THE FOOTBALL DATA CO LTD. FOR LICENCE ENQUIRIES PLEASE TELEPHONE +44 (0) 207 864 9000. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTXE8VL
April 22, 2009
A shopkeeper reaches for a packet of cigarettes in an off licence shop in London April 19, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
A shopkeeper reaches for a packet of cigarettes in an off licence shop in London
A shopkeeper reaches for a packet of cigarettes in an off licence shop in London April 19, 2009. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling will deliver the gloomiest budget in a generation on Wednesday April 22, with borrowing at a record high and the economy shrinking at its fastest pace since World War Two. Photograph taken on April 19, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN BUSINESS HEALTH)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTXE8OB
April 22, 2009
Alcopop bottles are pictured in an off licence shop in London April 19, 2009. Britain's Chancellor of...
London, United Kingdom
Alcopop bottles are pictured in an off licence shop in London
Alcopop bottles are pictured in an off licence shop in London April 19, 2009. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling will deliver the gloomiest budget in a generation on April 22, 2009 with borrowing at a record high and the economy shrinking at its fastest pace since World War Two. Photograph taken on April 19, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN BUSINESS HEALTH)
ALITALIA/
RTR21VS6
September 14, 2008
Alitalia workers (R), walking past travellers waiting to check-in, cheer as ticket agents walk off the...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia workers walk past travellers during a protest march through Fiumicino airport in Rome
Alitalia workers (R), walking past travellers waiting to check-in, cheer as ticket agents walk off the job during a protest march through Fiumicino airport in Rome September 14, 2008. The Italian government scrambled for a deal with airline workers on Sunday in a bid to save Alitalia from imminent collapse. With Alitalia's operating licence in jeopardy and the likelihood that it will have to ground flights from Monday due to a lack of fuel, the airline's unions faced a stark choice between a rescue plan with job and salary cuts and pushing the carrier toward liquidation. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
DIAGEO/
RTR21S4W
August 28, 2008
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south London, August 28,...
London, United Kingdom
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south Londo
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south London, August 28, 2008. Diageo, the world's biggest alcoholic drinks group, posted a 7 percent rise in annual earnings on Thursday, but cut its profit growth target due to slower global economic growth. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
DIAGEO/
RTR21S4R
August 28, 2008
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south London August 28,...
London, United Kingdom
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south London
Smirnoff Ice drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in an off-licence shop in south London August 28, 2008. Diageo, the world's biggest alcoholic drinks group, posted a 7 percent rise in annual earnings on Thursday, but cut its profit growth target due to slower global economic growth. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR1Y6J2
March 12, 2008
A selection of alcoholic drinks are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance...
London, United Kingdom
A selection of alcoholic drinks are displayed in an off licence in London
A selection of alcoholic drinks are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance minister Alistair Darling looks set to cut growth forecasts and ramp up borrowing in his first budget on March 12, 2008. And booze-mad Britons are gearing up for the first rise in duties on spirits in over a decade. Picture taken March 7, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR1Y6J1
March 12, 2008
A selection of alcopops are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance minister...
London, United Kingdom
A selection of alcopops are displayed in an off licence in London
A selection of alcopops are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance minister Alistair Darling looks set to cut growth forecasts and ramp up borrowing in his first budget on March 12, 2008. And booze-mad Britons are gearing up for the first rise in duties on spirits in over a decade as the government tries to crack down on binge drinking among the young. Picture taken March 7, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR1Y6IX
March 12, 2008
A selection of spirits miniatures are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance...
London, United Kingdom
A selection of spirits miniatures are displayed in an off licence in London
A selection of spirits miniatures are displayed in an off licence in London March 7, 2008. British finance minister Alistair Darling looks set to cut growth forecasts and ramp up borrowing in his first budget on March 12, 2008. And booze-mad Britons are gearing up for the first rise in duties on spirits in over a decade as the government tries to crack down on binge drinking among the young. Picture taken March 7, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1WZWJ
February 12, 2008
A bottle of Heineken beer is held up for the camera in an off-licence store in central London January...
London, United Kingdom
A bottle of Heineken beer is held up for the camera in central London
A bottle of Heineken beer is held up for the camera in an off-licence store in central London January 24, 2008. Picture taken on January 24, 2008. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
SOCCER-ENGLAND/VILLA-NEWCASTLE
RTR1WV53
February 09, 2008
Newcastle United's Alan Smith (R) holds off Aston Villa's Wilfred Bouma during their English Premier...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Newcastle United's Smith holds off Aston Villa's Bouma during their English Premier League soccer match...
Newcastle United's Alan Smith (R) holds off Aston Villa's Wilfred Bouma during their English Premier League soccer match at Villa Park in Birmingham, central England, February 9, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN). NO ONLINE/INTERNET USAGE WITHOUT A LICENCE FROM THE FOOTBALL DATA CO LTD. FOR LICENCE ENQUIRIES PLEASE TELEPHONE +44 (0) 207 864 9000.
SOCCER-ENGLAND/MANC-ARSENAL
RTR1WKWX
February 02, 2008
Manchester City's Micah Richards (L) holds off Arsenal's Emmanuel Adebayor during their English Premier...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Manchester City's Richards holds off Arsenal's Adebayor during their English Premier League match in...
Manchester City's Micah Richards (L) holds off Arsenal's Emmanuel Adebayor during their English Premier League soccer match at the the City of Manchester Stadium in Manchester, northern England February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN). NO ONLINE/INTERNET USAGE WITHOUT A LICENCE FROM THE FOOTBALL DATA CO LTD. FOR LICENCE ENQUIRIES PLEASE TELEPHONE +44 (0) 207 864 9000.
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