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HALLOWEEN-DAY/BELGIUM
RTX6HD91
October 31, 2018
A participant in costume and make-up poses for a photo during a Halloween parade at Walibi park in Wavre,...
Wavre, Belgium
A participant in costume and make-up poses for a photo during a Halloween parade at Walibi park in Wavre...
A participant in costume and make-up poses for a photo during a Halloween parade at Walibi park in Wavre, Belgium, October 31, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/POLL
RTX1TJC7
October 27, 2015
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (R) enters in a helicopter to Sao Paulo city as she leaves the Planalto...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff enters in a helicopter to Sao Paulo city as she leaves the Planalto...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (R) enters in a helicopter to Sao Paulo city as she leaves the Planalto Palace in Brasilia, Brazil, October 27, 2015. Rousseff's popularity remains in the single digits in the midst of recession and most Brazilians are not willing to pay more taxes to help her plug a gaping fiscal deficit, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday. The CNT/MDA poll showed that 80.6 percent of respondents believe Rousseff is unable to pull the country out of its worst economic slump in 25 years, and 86.7 percent do not want to pay higher taxes to help recover its overdrawn finances. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/POLL
RTX1TJC2
October 27, 2015
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (R) leaves a car next to Brazil's Presidential Chief of Staff Jaques...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's President Rousseff leaves a car next to Brazil's Presidential Chief of Staff Jaques Wagner in...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (R) leaves a car next to Brazil's Presidential Chief of Staff Jaques Wagner in Brasilia, Brazil, October 27, 2015. Rousseff's popularity remains in the single digits in the midst of recession and most Brazilians are not willing to pay more taxes to help her plug a gaping fiscal deficit, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday. The CNT/MDA poll showed that 80.6 percent of respondents believe Rousseff is unable to pull the country out of its worst economic slump in 25 years, and 86.7 percent do not want to pay higher taxes to help recover its overdrawn finances. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTS3GZQ
October 07, 2015
Women wear masks near a giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff during a protest...
Brasilia, Brazil
Women wear masks near a giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff during a protest...
Women wear masks near a giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff during a protest against Rousseff in front of the Court of Auditors of union in Brasilia, Brazil October 7, 2015. Rousseff failed to get enough support in Congress on Wednesday for her efforts to rebalance the country's overdrawn public accounts in yet another setback for the besieged leader. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
BRAZIL-ROUSSEFF/
RTS3GY5
October 07, 2015
A giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is seen during a protest against...
Brasilia, Brazil
A giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is seen during a protest against...
A giant inflatable doll depicting Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is seen during a protest against Rousseff in front of the Court of Auditors of union in Brasilia, Brazil October 7, 2015. Rousseff failed to get enough support in Congress on Wednesday for her efforts to rebalance the country's overdrawn public accounts in yet another setback for the besieged leader. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZY
March 09, 2009
Diamonds are displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5,...
Antwerp, Belgium
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Diamonds are displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZV
March 09, 2009
A diamond is polished at a workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage...
Antwerp, Belgium
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A diamond is polished at a workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZU
March 09, 2009
Diamonds are displayed in a polishing diamond workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting...
Antwerp, Belgium
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Diamonds are displayed in a polishing diamond workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZR
March 09, 2009
A diamond is displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5,...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A diamond is displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZQ
March 09, 2009
A diamond is displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5,...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A diamond is displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZP
March 09, 2009
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZN
March 09, 2009
A view of wreckages of diamonds used to polish others in a workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A view of wreckages of diamonds used to polish others in a workshop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZK
March 09, 2009
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZJ
March 09, 2009
A jewel made with diamonds is inspected in a shop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A jewel made with diamonds is inspected in a shop in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZF
March 09, 2009
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
ANTWERP-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZE
March 09, 2009
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp...
Antwerp, Belgium
To match feature ANTWERP-DIAMONDS/
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
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