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JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AKG
February 17, 2016
A man stands on a cherry picker as he works at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
A man stands on a cherry picker as he works at a construction site in Tokyo
A man stands on a cherry picker as he works at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign thatindustry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AK2
February 17, 2016
A workers builds scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker builds scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo
A workers builds scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AK1
February 17, 2016
Workers walk underneath scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers walk underneath scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo
Workers walk underneath scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AJZ
February 17, 2016
A worker leans on the scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker leans on the scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo
A worker leans on the scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AIU
February 17, 2016
Men stand on cherry pickers as they work at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Men stand on cherry pickers as they work at a construction site in Tokyo
Men stand on cherry pickers as they work at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign thatindustry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AIT
February 17, 2016
A man uses a cherry picker to work on wires at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
A man uses a cherry picker to work on wires at a construction site in Tokyo
A man uses a cherry picker to work on wires at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign thatindustry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AIS
February 17, 2016
A worker operates a fork lift at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker operates a fork lift at a construction site in Tokyo
A worker operates a fork lift at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AIC
February 17, 2016
Men work on a scaffolding as cranes are silhouetted against the sky at a construction site in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Men work on a scaffolding as cranes are silhouetted against the sky at a construction site in Tokyo
Men work on a scaffolding as cranes are silhouetted against the sky at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AIB
February 17, 2016
A crane lifts an excavator at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery...
Tokyo, Japan
A crane lifts an excavator at a construction site in Tokyo
A crane lifts an excavator at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expectorders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX27AI9
February 17, 2016
A worker removes a hook from an excavator after a crane lifted it at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker removes a hook from an excavator after a crane lifted it at a construction site in Tokyo
A worker removes a hook from an excavator after a crane lifted it at a construction site in Tokyo, Japan, February 17, 2016. Japan's core machinery orders rose at a slower-than-expected pace in December but companies expect orders to accelerate in January-March, an encouraging sign that industry is ready to increase spending. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
NUCLEAR-ARMS/CTBT
RTX1OIYK
August 17, 2015
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks...
Vienna, Austria
Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, talks during an...
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks during an interview with Reuters in Vienna, Austria, August 17, 2015. World leaders should use the momentum of the Iran atomic deal to haul a 20-year-old treaty on banning nuclear explosions out of limbo and speed the stagnant pace of disarmament, the head of the test ban treaty organisation said on Monday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
NUCLEAR-ARMS/CTBT
RTX1OIY6
August 17, 2015
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks...
Vienna, Austria
Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, talks during an...
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks during an interview with Reuters in Vienna, Austria, August 17, 2015. World leaders should use the momentum of the Iran atomic deal to haul a 20-year-old treaty on banning nuclear explosions out of limbo and speed the stagnant pace of disarmament, the head of the test ban treaty organisation said on Monday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
NUCLEAR-ARMS/CTBT
RTX1OIY5
August 17, 2015
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks...
Vienna, Austria
Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, talks during an...
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks during an interview with Reuters in Vienna, Austria, August 17, 2015. World leaders should use the momentum of the Iran atomic deal to haul a 20-year-old treaty on banning nuclear explosions out of limbo and speed the stagnant pace of disarmament, the head of the test ban treaty organisation said on Monday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
NUCLEAR-ARMS/CTBT
RTX1OIY4
August 17, 2015
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks...
Vienna, Austria
Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, talks during an...
Lassina Zerbo, head of the organisation preparing the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), talks during an interview with Reuters in Vienna, Austria, August 17, 2015. World leaders should use the momentum of the Iran atomic deal to haul a 20-year-old treaty on banning nuclear explosions out of limbo and speed the stagnant pace of disarmament, the head of the test ban treaty organisation said on Monday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TRADE
RTX1LFT1
July 23, 2015
A man walks in front of a container ship at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the...
Tokyo, Japan
Man walks in front of container ship at port in Tokyo
A man walks in front of a container ship at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in five months in June, due to a pick-up in sales of cars and electronics but there are lingering concerns that China's economic slowdown will hurt Japanese shipments in future. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TRADE
RTX1LFT0
July 23, 2015
A crane lifts a cargo container onto a truck at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at...
Tokyo, Japan
Crane lifts cargo container onto a truck at port in Tokyo
A crane lifts a cargo container onto a truck at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in five months in June, due to a pick-up in sales of cars and electronics but there are lingering concerns that China's economic slowdown will hurt Japanese shipments in future. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TRADE
RTX1LFSZ
July 23, 2015
A crane lifts a cargo container at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest...
Tokyo, Japan
Crane lifts cargo container at port in Tokyo
A crane lifts a cargo container at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in five months in June, due to a pick-up in sales of cars and electronics but there are lingering concerns that China's economic slowdown will hurt Japanese shipments in future. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TRADE
RTX1LFSW
July 23, 2015
A cargo ship moves past a container crane at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the...
Tokyo, Japan
A cargo ship moves past a container crane at a port in Tokyo
A cargo ship moves past a container crane at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in five months in June, due to a pick-up in sales of cars and electronics but there are lingering concerns that China's economic slowdown will hurt Japanese shipments in future. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/TRADE
RTX1LFSV
July 23, 2015
A crane lifts a cargo container onto a truck at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at...
Tokyo, Japan
Crane lifts cargo container onto a truck at port in Tokyo
A crane lifts a cargo container onto a truck at a port in Tokyo July 23, 2015. Japan's exports rose at the fastest pace in five months in June, due to a pick-up in sales of cars and electronics but there are lingering concerns that China's economic slowdown will hurt Japanese shipments in future. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVKZ
June 10, 2015
A worker stands in the shell of a building at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker stands in the shell of a building at a construction site in Tokyo
A worker stands in the shell of a building at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter?
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVKR
June 10, 2015
A worker secures a pylon at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker secures a pylon at a construction site in Tokyo
A worker secures a pylon at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter?
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVKP
June 10, 2015
Men wearing hardhats inspect a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders...
Tokyo, Japan
Men wearing hardhats inspect construction site in Tokyo
Men wearing hardhats inspect a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter?
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVKA
June 10, 2015
Workers walk on a scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers walk on a scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo
Workers walk on a scaffolding at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter?
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVK7
June 10, 2015
Workers walk at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers walk at a construction site in Tokyo
Workers walk at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVJZ
June 10, 2015
A workers reaches for a pylon that is carried by a crane at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015....
Tokyo, Japan
A workers reaches for a pylon that is carried by a crane at a construction site in Tokyo
A workers reaches for a pylon that is carried by a crane at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVJP
June 10, 2015
Men work in the shell of a building at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery...
Tokyo, Japan
Men work in shell of building at construction site in Tokyo
Men work in the shell of a building at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. The 3.8 percent month-on-month rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series seen as an indicator of capital spending in the coming six to nine months, compares with the median estimate of a 2.0 percent annual decline and follows a 2.9 percent increase in March. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTX1FVJM
June 10, 2015
A man works at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly...
Tokyo, Japan
A man works at construction site in Tokyo
A man works at a construction site in Tokyo June 10, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly rose in April at the fastest pace in four months, in a sign companies are turning more optimistic about business investment as domestic demand strengthens. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9N5
February 12, 2015
Men work at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery...
Tokyo, Japan
Men work at construction site in Toyosu district in Tokyo
Men work at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9N4
February 12, 2015
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes are pictured against sunset at a construction site in Tokyo
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9MA
February 12, 2015
Construction cranes are reflected in mirrors at a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Construction cranes are reflected in mirrors at company compound in Tokyo
Construction cranes are reflected in mirrors at a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies
expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9M8
February 12, 2015
Construction cranes are reflected in a mirror at a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Construction cranes are reflected in mirror at company compound in Tokyo
Construction cranes are reflected in a mirror at a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies
expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9M7
February 12, 2015
Men work at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery...
Tokyo, Japan
Men work at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo
Men work at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9KS
February 12, 2015
Cranes tower above a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes tower above a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo
Cranes tower above a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9K4
February 12, 2015
A worker walks across a scaffolding at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker walks across a scaffolding at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo
A worker walks across a scaffolding at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies
expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9JS
February 12, 2015
Cranes are parked in a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes are parked in a company compound in Tokyo
Cranes are parked in a company compound in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies
expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9JC
February 12, 2015
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9IG
February 12, 2015
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo
Cranes are pictured against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/MACHINERY
RTR4P9HV
February 12, 2015
Cranes are pictures against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February...
Tokyo, Japan
Cranes are pictures against sunset at a construction site in Tokyo
Cranes are pictures against the sunset at a construction site in the Toyosu district in Tokyo, February 12, 2015. Japan's core machinery orders rose in December at the fastest pace in six months, and companies expect orders to increase in the current quarter in an positive
sign that business investment will underpin a firm recovery for
the recession-hit economy. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4H6Y9
December 09, 2014
Actors Orlando Bloom (L), Elijah Wood (C) and Lee Pace use their mobile devices during the unveiling...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Actors Bloom, Wood and Pace use their mobile devices during the unveiling ceremony of the star for director...
Actors Orlando Bloom (L), Elijah Wood (C) and Lee Pace use their mobile devices during the unveiling ceremony of the star for director Peter Jackson on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4H6XS
December 08, 2014
The shoes of director Peter Jackson (C) and actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
The shoes of director Jackson and actors Serkis, Armitage, Lilly, Bloom, Wood and Pace are pictured as...
The shoes of director Peter Jackson (C) and actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline Lilly, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood and Lee Pace are pictured as they step on the star of Jackson after it was unveiled on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California, December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4H6XR
December 08, 2014
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses by his star, with actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Director Jackson poses by his star with actors Serkis, Armitage, Lilly, Bloom, Wood and Pace after it...
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses by his star, with actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline Lilly, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood and Lee Pace, after it was unveiled on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California, December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4H6XL
December 08, 2014
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses by his star, with actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Director Jackson poses by his star with actors Serkis, Armitage, Lilly, Bloom, Wood and Pace after it...
Director Peter Jackson (C) poses by his star, with actors (from L-R) Andy Serkis, Richard Armitage, Evangeline Lilly, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood and Lee Pace, after it was unveiled on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California, December 8, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTX135LD
September 03, 2013
A combination photo of departing member of parliament of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Ruprecht...
Berlin, Germany
Polenz departing CDU member of parliament
A combination photo of departing member of parliament of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Ruprecht Polenz packing up books in his office in Berlin, June 26, 2013. The 67-year-old has been a member of parliament since 1994 and said he will not run for another term in the upcoming general election. He has been chairman of the foreign committee of the house since 2005 and named the effect of globalisation on politics as the biggest change during his time as parliamentarian. "The pace of questions and the speed in the change of issues in foreign policy has been the biggest change, because the impact of globalisation with all its complexities directly affects German politics time and again." Winning and losing an election he named as his biggest triumph and disappointment, respectively. "On election night, when you can celebrate victory, I think that is an uplifting experience. … An election defeat, even if you get into the Bundestag, makes for a bitter evening," he said during an interview. German Chancellor and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Angela Merkel is seeking a third term in a parliamentary election on September 22, 2013. Picture taken June 26. PICTURE 14 FROM A SERIES OF 22 TO ILLUSTRATE ELECTION IN GERMANY 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
OLY-CYCL-CTMKEI-WRAP-DAY11/
RTR36CHG
August 07, 2012
Peter Deary sets the pace riding his derny at the start of the track cycling men's keirin repechage heat...
London, United Kingdom
Peter Deary sets the pace riding his derny at the start of the track cycling men's keirin repechage heat...
Peter Deary sets the pace riding his derny at the start of the track cycling men's keirin repechage heat at the Velodrome during the London 2012 Olympic Games August 7, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS CYCLING)
OPEC-SAUDI/LIBYA
RTR2V7Y4
December 14, 2011
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi (C) talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna, December...
Vienna, Austria
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister al-Naimi talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi (C) talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna, December 14, 2011. Saudi Arabia responded to demand for its oil rather than the pace of fellow OPEC member Libya's rising oil exports, al-Naimi said. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
OPEC-SAUDI/LIBYA
RTR2V7XW
December 14, 2011
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna, December...
Vienna, Austria
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister al-Naimi talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna
Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi talks to journalist during an OPEC meeting in Vienna, December 14, 2011. Saudi Arabia responded to demand for its oil rather than the pace of fellow OPEC member Libya's rising oil exports, al-Naimi said. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
CLIMATE/
RTR2V42R
December 11, 2011
Australia's Minister for Climate Change Greg Combet (L) speaks with Canada's Environment Minister Peter...
Durban, South Africa
Australia's Minister for Climate Change Combet speaks with Canada's Environment Minister Kent during...
Australia's Minister for Climate Change Greg Combet (L) speaks with Canada's Environment Minister Peter Kent during a break in plenary session at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban December 10, 2011. U.N. climate change talks agreed a pact on Sunday that for the first time would force all the biggest polluters to take action to slow the pace of global changing. The deal follows years of failed attempts to impose legally-binding, international cuts on emerging giants, such as China and India. The developed world had already accepted formal targets under a first phase of the Kyoto Protocol, which runs out at the end of next year, although the United States had never ratified its commitment. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTR2SCZH
October 08, 2011
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk (L), leader of Civic Platform (PO), and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader...
Warsaw, Poland
Combo picture shows Poland's PM Tusk (L) and opposition PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Warsaw
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk (L), leader of Civic Platform (PO), and Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's main opposition Law and Justice party (PiS), are seen in Warsaw on October 5, 2011 and October 3, 2011, respectively, in this combo picture made October 7, 2011. Tusk cast himself as a "safe pair of hands" on Friday in a final appeal to Poles to back his ruling centre-right Civic Platform (PO) in an election on Sunday that will decide the pace of Poland's economic reforms. REUTERS/Peter Andrews and REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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September 06, 2010
Vatican curator Laura Pace Morino poses for a photograph in front of a tapestry designed by Raphael titled...
London, United Kingdom
Vatican curator Laura Pace Morino poses for a photograph in front of a tapestry designed by Raphael titled...
Vatican curator Laura Pace Morino poses for a photograph in front of a tapestry designed by Raphael titled "Christs' Charge to Peter" at the Victoria and Albert Museum in central London, September 3, 2010. Four of ten tapestries designed by Raphael for the Sistine Chapel are on show for the first time ever alongside their full sized designs; known as the Raphael Cartoons; which have been on display at the V & A since 1865. The exhibition runs from September 8 to October 17. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY RELIGION)
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June 20, 2010
Acting Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the Polish parliament Sejm and presidential...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's presidential candidate Komorowski and his wife Anna are surrounded by body guards after casting...
Acting Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the Polish parliament Sejm and presidential candidate from the Civic Platform (PO) and his wife Anna are surrounded by body guards after casting their votes in Warsaw June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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June 20, 2010
Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the Polish parliament Sejm and presidential candidate for the Civic...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's presidential candidate Komorowski is surrounded by media after casting his vote in Warsaw
Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the Polish parliament Sejm and presidential candidate for the Civic Platform (PO) is surrounded by media after casting his vote in Warsaw June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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June 20, 2010
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's acting President Komorowski speaker of parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform...
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski, speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform Party (PO) casts his vote during presidential elections at a polling station in Warsaw June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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June 20, 2010
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's acting President Komorowski speaker of parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform...
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform Party (PO) casts his vote, while his wife Anna stands next to him during presidential elections at a polling station in Warsaw June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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June 20, 2010
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's acting President Komorowski speaker of parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform...
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform Party (PO) and his wife Anna cast their votes at a polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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June 20, 2010
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate...
Warsaw, Poland
Poland's acting President Komorowski speaker of parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform...
Poland's acting President Bronislaw Komorowski (R), speaker of the parliament and presidential candidate from Civic Platform Party (PO) casts his vote, while his wife Anna stands next to him during presidential elections at a polling station in Warsaw June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
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June 20, 2010
A man holds a child, while casting his vote at a polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections...
Warsaw
Man holds child while casting his vote at polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections
A man holds a child, while casting his vote at a polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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June 20, 2010
A man casts his vote at a polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections June 20, 2010. Poles...
Warsaw
Man casts his vote at polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections
A man casts his vote at a polling station in Warsaw during presidential elections June 20, 2010. Poles began voting for a new president on Sunday in an election that will help shape the pace of economic reforms and set the tone for Warsaw's relations with its partners in the European Union and with historic foe Russia. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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April 29, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers watched by his wife Sarah (2nd L) and Business...
HALESOWEN, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown speaks to workers during a campaign stop at the Thompson Friction Welding factory...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers watched by his wife Sarah (2nd L) and Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (2nd R) during a campaign stop at the Thompson Friction Welding factory in Halesowen, central England April 29, 2010. Brown said on Thursday he was worried about the weak pace of European growth and urged rapid reform to steer Europe's economies out of the ongoing financial crisis. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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April 22, 2009
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box for the cameras...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box outside 11 Downing...
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box for the cameras outside 11 Downing Street, before delivering the annual Budget to the House of Commons in central London April 22, 2009. Darling is set to deliver the gloomiest budget in a generation on Wednesday, as government borrowing soars to a record high and the economy shrinks at its fastest pace since World War 2. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool (BRITAIN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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April 22, 2009
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box for the cameras...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box outside 11 Downing...
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling holds Gladstone's old Budget box for the cameras outside 11 Downing Street, before delivering the annual Budget to the House of Commons in central London April 22, 2009. Darling is set to deliver the gloomiest budget in a generation on Wednesday, as government borrowing soars to a record high and the economy shrinks at its fastest pace since World War 2. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool (BRITAIN POLITICS BUSINESS)
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