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CHINA-HEALTH/BEIJING
RTS32VZN
February 21, 2020
Residents wearing face masks buy food at a grocery stall that is set up outside a residential compound...
Beijing, China
Residents wearing face masks buy food at a grocery stall that is set up outside a residential compound...
Residents wearing face masks buy food at a grocery stall that is set up outside a residential compound following an outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the country, in Beijing, China February 21, 2020. The banner reads, "Protection against epidemic, make purchases orderly, wear face masks, keep a distance". REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/TB
RTS2SMXF
October 24, 2019
Oscar moves a patient back to his hospital room at Muniz public hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Wider Image: 'White death' in Argentina: The hunger of poverty feeds tuberculosis
Oscar moves a patient back to his hospital room at Muniz public hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 27, 2019. Oscar has been working as an orderly for more than 20 years where his job is to transport patients around the hospital. REUTERS/Magali Druscovich SEARCH "ARGENTINA TB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
The surreal symmetry of North Korea
25 PICTURES
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Central American migrants enter Mexico
18 PICTURES
BRAZIL-GRAINS/SANTOS
RTX30ZC7
March 14, 2017
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in...
Santos, Brazil
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in...
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in Santos, Brazil, Merch 13, 2017. Picture taken March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-GRAINS/SANTOS
RTX30ZC1
March 14, 2017
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in...
Santos, Brazil
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in...
Employees working at cargo ship Kypros Land which is loading soybeans to China at Tiplam terminal in Santos, Brazil, Merch 13, 2017. Picture taken March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
PHILIPPINES-DUTERTE/
RTSS1ZJ
October 13, 2016
Industrial engineer and professor John Tan uses a cutter to trim an unfinished Halloween mask depicting...
Manila, Philippines
Industrial engineer and professor John Tan uses a cutter to trim an unfinished Halloween mask depicting...
Industrial engineer and professor John Tan uses a cutter to trim an unfinished Halloween mask depicting President Rodrigio Duterte at the college of fine arts of the University of the Philippines in Quezon city, metro Manila, Philippines October 13, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAS4
October 01, 2016
A protester's bicycle pedal collides with an officer's leg as they walk though a line of police as leaders...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
A protester's bicycle pedal collides with an officer's leg as they walk though a line of police as leaders...
A protester's bicycle pedal collides with an officer's leg as they walk though a line of police as leaders of a demonstration try to keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARS
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly after officers were surrounded and a bicycle pedal collided with an officer's leg during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARR
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARE
October 01, 2016
Protesters walk though a line of police as leaders of a demonstration try to keep protesters away from...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Protesters walk though a line of police as leaders of a demonstration try to keep protesters away from...
Protesters walk though a line of police as leaders of a demonstration try to keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARD
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARC
October 01, 2016
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear...
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARB
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQARA
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAR5
October 01, 2016
A man wearing a hat of the New Black Panther Party joins leaders of a demonstration to keep protesters...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Man joins leaders of a demonstration to keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to...
A man wearing a hat of the New Black Panther Party joins leaders of a demonstration to keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAR4
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an...
Leaders of a demonstration push protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAR3
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters back onto sidewalks in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters back onto sidewalks in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters back onto sidewalks in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly as police drive down the street during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAQL
October 01, 2016
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear...
A leader of the demonstration pushes protesters back onto sidewalks and away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAPZ
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear during a protest against the...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-POLICE/ELCAJON
RTSQAPW
October 01, 2016
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration...
El Cajon, UNITED STATES
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear during a protest against the...
Leaders of a demonstration keep protesters away from police in riot gear in an attempt to keep the demonstration peaceful and orderly during a protest against the death of Alfred Olango, who was shot by El Cajon police on Tuesday, after the release of two video tapes of the shooting in El Cajon, California, U.S. September 30, 2016. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSM36H
August 09, 2016
Workers trim the grass around the gravestones in a cemetery for solders who died during the American...
Alexandria, UNITED STATES
Workers trim the grass around the gravestones in a cemetery for solders who died during the American...
Workers trim the grass around the gravestones in a cemetery for solders who died during the American Civil War in Alexandria, Virginia, United States August 9, 2016. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
SOUTHKOREA-ECONOMY/PETS
RTX2K2ET
July 07, 2016
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul, South Korea, July 6, 2016. Picture taken on...
Seoul, South Korea
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul, South Korea, July 6, 2016. Picture taken on July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-ECONOMY/PETS
RTX2K2EO
July 07, 2016
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul, South Korea, July 6, 2016. Picture taken on...
Seoul, South Korea
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul
A groomer trims a dog's fur at an animal clinic in Seoul, South Korea, July 6, 2016. Picture taken on July 6, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
TAIWAN-PETS/GROOMING
RTX2H5GP
June 20, 2016
An employee trims a teddy bear into the fur of a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016....
Tainan, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Hair today gone tomorrow
An employee trims a teddy bear into the fur of a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "PET GROOMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
TAIWAN-PETS/GROOMING
RTX2H5GG
June 20, 2016
A dog with a lion head cut into its fur (L) is seen at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone...
Tainan, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Hair today gone tomorrow
A dog with a lion head cut into its fur (L) is seen at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "PET GROOMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
TAIWAN-PETS/GROOMING
RTX2H5GA
June 20, 2016
An employee trims a lion head into the fur of a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone...
Tainan, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Hair today gone tomorrow
An employee trims a lion head into the fur of a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "PET GROOMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
FASHION-AUSTRALIA/
RTSELGU
May 17, 2016
A model has decorative strapping trimmed after being wrapped around her foot backstage before the Christopher...
Sydney, Australia
A model has decorative strapping trimmed after being wrapped around her foot backstage before the Christopher...
A model has decorative strapping trimmed after being wrapped around her foot backstage before the Christopher Esber show at Australian Fashion week in Sydney, May 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SINGAPORE-AIRSHOW/MARITIME SURVEILLANCE
RTX27H04
February 18, 2016
Indonesian airforce personnel tidy up their CN235-220 maritime surveillance aircraft displayed at the...
Singapore, Singapore
Indonesian airforce personnel tidy up their CN235-220 maritime surveillance aircraft displayed at the...
Indonesian airforce personnel tidy up their CN235-220 maritime surveillance aircraft displayed at the Singapore Airshow at Changi Exhibition Center February 17, 2016. Picture taken February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Edgar Su
INDIA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX23N39
January 23, 2016
Indian soldiers march during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India,...
New Delhi, India
Indian soldiers march during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi
Indian soldiers march during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India, January 23, 2016. India will celebrate its Republic Day on Tuesday. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CUBA-USA/MIGRANTS/
RTS7O7C
November 18, 2015
A Cuban migrant trims the beard of a fellow migrant at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in...
Penas Blancas, Costa Rica
A Cuban migrant trims the beard of a fellow migrant at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in...
A Cuban migrant trims the beard of a fellow migrant at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Penas Blancas, Costa Rica November 17, 2015. Cubans have been making their way north from Panama to Costa Rica to Nicaragua, seeking to eventually reach the United States, where Cubans receive special treatment that welcomes them without a visa. But Nicaragua, a close ally of Cuba, closed its border with Costa Rica on Sunday to stop them. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
EGYPT-CRASH/TOURISM
RTS66CB
November 09, 2015
A worker trims a palm tree at a hotel at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh November 9, 2015. Tourism...
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
A worker trims a palm tree at a hotel at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh
A worker trims a palm tree at a hotel at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh November 9, 2015. Tourism in Sharm al-Sheikh was picking up again after years of political turmoil, with so many Russians enjoying the sun and fun that local beach aerobics instructors used the visitors' own language rather than Arabic or English. Life was at last starting to look good for residents of the Red Sea resort, but that was before an airliner taking Russian tourists home broke up over the Sinai Peninsula, where Islamic State militants suspected of planting a bomb on the plane are waging an insurgency. Now the future looks grim for thousands of Egyptians, from taxi drivers to diving instructors, who flocked to Sharm al-Sheikh to find jobs. One tour company official predicted holidays might now have to be discounted by up to 50 percent. To match EGYPT-CRASH/TOURISM REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
Spotlight
Spotlight
Surreal symmetry of North Korea
30 PICTURES
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSJ8
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIR
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIQ
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIO
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIN
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIM
October 29, 2015
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
Mozambican soldiers join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIK
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSII
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF)...
A Mozambican soldier takes part in exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIH
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIF
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 28, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSID
October 29, 2015
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
LOHATLA, South Africa
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the...
A Mozambican soldier joins exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSIA
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-SECURITY/
RTX1TSI9
October 29, 2015
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
LOHATLA, South Africa
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force...
Soldiers from 22 African nations join exercises as part of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) at the South Africa National Defence Force's Lohatla training area October 27, 2015. Backed by tanks, armoured vehicles and plenty of EU cash, thousands of African soldiers took on an imaginary enemy in the arid heart of South Africa this week, the last joint exercises before a homegrown continental strike force goes live. Standing on far-away hilltops, commanders peered through night vision goggles and issued orders through helmet-mounted radios to the 5,400 troops simulating a dawn assault on rebels in the fictitious city of Kalasi marked out in the bush. The orderly manoeuvres and high-tech kit elicited purrs of approval from military chiefs who tout the rapid-reaction battalion - a key part of a long-awaited African Standby Force (ASF) - as the antidote to insurrections spiralling into civil war or even genocide. Picture taken October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1TLUV
October 28, 2015
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere gestures as he arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery...
Berlin, Germany
Interior Minister de Maiziere gestures as he arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery...
Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere gestures as he arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany October 28, 2015. The German government accused Austria on Wednesday of driving refugees to the border after dark so they could cross into Germany and said it expected Vienna to return to an orderly processing of migrants immediately. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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RTSWET
September 13, 2015
A German border sign is seen on the highway at the crossing point between Bad Reichenhall, Germany and...
Salzburg, Austria
A German border sign is seen on the highway at the crossing point between Bad Reichenhall, Germany and...
A German border sign is seen on the highway at the crossing point between Bad Reichenhall, Germany and Walserberg, near Salzburg, Austria September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTSW97
September 13, 2015
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed...
Salzburg, Austria
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY
RTSW96
September 13, 2015
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg, Austria September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed...
Salzburg, Austria
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg, Austria September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTSW8V
September 13, 2015
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed...
Salzburg, Austria
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg
A German border sign is seen on the highway near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTSW7X
September 13, 2015
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed...
Salzburg, Austria
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTSW7P
September 13, 2015
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed...
Salzburg, Austria
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg
Cars drive past the border with Germany near Salzburg, Austria, September 13, 2015. Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after Europe's most powerful nation acknowledged it could scarcely cope with thousands of asylum seekers arriving every day. Berlin announced that the temporary measure would be taken first on the southern frontier with Austria, where migrant arrivals have soared since Chancellor Angela Merkel effectively opened German borders to refugees a week ago."The aim of these measures is to limit the current inflows to Germany and to return to orderly procedures when people enter the country," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere, adding that this was also necessary for security reasons. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1QRYQ
September 02, 2015
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1QRYG
September 02, 2015
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli
Female prisoners tidy their cell at the Aljdaida women's prison in Tripoli September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
OLYMPICS-RIO/EVICTIONS
RTX1Q0DI
August 28, 2015
Maria da Penha, 50, poses for a photograph at her house in the Vila Autodromo slum in Rio de Janeiro,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Wider Image: Fighting Olympic Eviction in Rio Favela
Maria da Penha, 50, poses for a photograph at her house in the Vila Autodromo slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 31, 2015. When asked to describe the community, Penha said: "The Vila Autodromo is a piece of paradise in Rio de Janeiro, an orderly, peaceful community where I'm really happy. I hope that my rights will be respected and I can carry on living here." As sports arenas rise up around them and neighbours' houses are demolished, around 50 families remain in Vila Autodromo, a favela bordering the Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro. About half of those refuse to leave the favela, which they describe as "paradise" because of a lack of violence compared with poor areas elsewhere in the city. With a year until the Games come to Brazil, over 90 percent of residents have already left after accepting compensation. The holdouts, despite violent run-ins with police, vow to fight eviction whatever the cost. Living in a ghost town with sporadic access to water and electricity, the families have become a symbol against the use of the Olympic Games to modernize Rio, a move critics say is only benefiting the rich. REUTERS/Ricardo MoraesPICTURE 18 OF 28 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "FIGHTING OLYMPIC EVICTION IN RIO FAVELA" SEARCH "RICARDO PARADISE" FOR ALL IMAGES
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTX1O22Y
August 12, 2015
Migrants and refugees are pushed as riot police try to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
KOS, Greece
Migrants and refugees are pushed as riot police try to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
Migrants and refugees are pushed as riot police try to maintain an orderly line during a registration procedure at the national stadium of the Greek island of Kos, August 12, 2015. The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) called on Greece to take control of the "total chaos" on Mediterranean islands, where thousands of migrants have landed. About 124,000 have arrived this year by sea, many via Turkey, according to Vincent Cochetel, UNHCR director for Europe. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTX1O1UI
August 12, 2015
A riot police officer moves towards a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
KOS, Greece
A riot police officer moves towards a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
A riot police officer moves towards a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration procedure at the national stadium of the Greek island of Kos, August 12, 2015. The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) called on Greece to take control of the "total chaos" on Mediterranean islands, where thousands of migrants have landed. About 124,000 have arrived this year by sea, many via Turkey, according to Vincent Cochetel, UNHCR director for Europe. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GREECE
RTX1O1UE
August 12, 2015
A riot police officer pushes a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
KOS, Greece
A riot police officer pushes a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration...
A riot police officer pushes a migrant as he tries to maintain an orderly line during a registration procedure at the national stadium of the Greek island of Kos August 12, 2015. The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) called on Greece to take control of the "total chaos" on Mediterranean islands, where thousands of migrants have landed. About 124,000 have arrived this year by sea, many via Turkey, according to Vincent Cochetel, UNHCR director for Europe. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
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