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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS3745C
March 24, 2020
CORRECTION Updated with proper date NJ declared state of emergency. The patchwork of statewide social-distancing...
Interactive Content
CORRECTION State by state, COVID-19 grinds U.S. to a halt media-interactive
CORRECTION Updated with proper date NJ declared state of emergency. The patchwork of statewide social-distancing measures that disrupted businesses, schools and daily life
FASHION-COLORIFIX/
RTX7AP74
November 27, 2019
Patchwork of different types of material dyed using bacteria in a lab at biotech firm Colorifix in Norwich,...
Norwich, United Kingdom
Patchwork of different types of material dyed using bacteria in a lab at biotech firm Colorifix in Norwich...
Patchwork of different types of material dyed using bacteria in a lab at biotech firm Colorifix in Norwich, Britain October 22, 2019. REUTERS/Stuart McDill
USA-AERIAL/
RTX77Z2U
November 09, 2019
Snow covered farm fields make a quit-like patchwork near Bridgewater, South Dakota, U.S. November 8,...
BRIDGEWATER, UNITED STATES
Snow covered farm fields make a quit-like patchwork near Bridgewater, South Dakota
Snow covered farm fields make a quit-like patchwork near Bridgewater, South Dakota, U.S. November 8, 2019. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart
GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTX3VAEN
December 19, 2017
Roshid Jan, a Rohingya refugee who said she is not sure of her age, cries holding her son Muhammad Gyab...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: Persecuted Rohingya Muslims flee violence in Myanmar
Roshid Jan, a Rohingya refugee who said she is not sure of her age, cries holding her son Muhammad Gyab at their shelter at the camp for widows and orphans inside the Balukhali camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 5, 2017. Roshid Jan, who walked for 10 days with her five children to Bangladesh after soldiers burnt their village, wept when she spoke about her missing husband. The religious leader in their Phansi village in Myanmar's Rakhine state was accused of being a member of the Rohingya militants and arrested 11 months ago, she said. She had not seen him or heard about his fate since then. Now she lives with her five children and more than 230 others at camp for Rohingya widows and orphans. Reuters photographer Damir Sagolj: "Three hills away from the nearest road, in a dusty valley of Balukhali refugee camp, a patchwork of densely packed red tents hides an ocean of grief and pain. Some call it a red camp for its colour, others a long camp because of its shape but it's best known for those who found shelter there. "This is a widows camp," its unofficial and energetic leader explained after I introduced myself. In about 50 tents, over 230 women and children live. There are no men. As I was listening the stories of widows and orphans this camp shelters, I realised it's difficult to imagine a place with more sorrow than this. The camp seemed like a place in which the whole Rohingya tragedy is condensed." REUTERS/Damir Sagolj/File Photo SEARCH "POY ROHINGYA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-EU/FREEDOMS C
RTX2RVSM
November 04, 2016
Heat maps showing how the EU bloc is made up of patchwork of national regulations that result in an uneven...
BRITAIN-EU-FREEDOMS EPS C
Heat maps showing how the EU bloc is made up of patchwork of national regulations that result in an uneven playing field in its four areas of free movement - goods, capital, people, and services
SOUTHKOREA-NORTHKOREA/WOMEN
RTX1DK12
May 19, 2015
NGO activist Choi Ai-young (R) and other members of the WomenCrossDMZ group pose with Korea's traditional...
Beijing, China
Activist Choi Ai-young and other members of the WomenCrossDMZ group pose with Korea's traditional patchwork...
NGO activist Choi Ai-young (R) and other members of the WomenCrossDMZ group pose with Korea's traditional patchwork before the group leaves for North Korea's capital Pyongyang, at a hotel in Beijing, China, May 19, 2015. The patchwork will be completed with pieces made by both South and North Korean women, during the group's visit to North Korea, the group said. The WomenCrossDMZ group, headed by activist and feminist Gloria Steinem, says it plans to embark on the May 24 march from Pyongyang to the DMZ separating the two Koreas to "call for an end to the Korean War". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
USA/
RTX18UQ9
February 15, 2014
A volunteer and veteran who did not want to be identified poses with his memorial-patched vest at the...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
A volunteer and veteran who did not want to be identified poses with his memorial-patched vest at the...
A volunteer and veteran who did not want to be identified poses with his memorial-patched vest at the 13th annual StandDown in Phoenix, Arizona February 14, 2014. More than 1500 homeless veterans in the area were expected to receive help from 70 providers with health care, clothing and legal services. REUTERS/Samantha Sais (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY POVERTY)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1521V
November 06, 2013
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan, Xinjiang province October...
Turpan, China
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan, Xinjiang province October 31, 2013.
In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. State income is so entwined in the need for rising land prices that policy efforts to try to curb the house market create an inherent conflict of interest. With one hand on a patchwork of controls aimed at taming record house prices, governments with their other hand are at the same time selling land to developers at rising prices. Picture take on October 31, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
AUSTRIA/
RTX13XEO
September 24, 2013
A worker puts up an election poster of Josef Bucher, party leader of Alliance for the Future of Austria...
Vienna, Austria
A worker puts up an election poster of Bucher, party leader of the BZOe, in Vienna
A worker puts up an election poster of Josef Bucher, party leader of Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZOe), onto a billboard in Vienna September 24, 2013. The Austrian general election will take place on September 29. The slogan reads, "Equal rights. Patchwork is family, too." REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13RAI
September 19, 2013
British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong takes part in a news conference with Canada's Finance...
Ottawa, Canada
B.C. Finance Minister de Jong takes part in news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty and...
British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong takes part in a news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13RAH
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) looks on as Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty looks on as Ontario Finance Minister Sousa and B.C. Finance Minister...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) looks on as Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong shake hands after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13RA9
September 19, 2013
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa speaks during a news conference with Canada's Finance Minister...
Ottawa, Canada
Ontario Finance Minister Sousa speaks during news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty...
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa speaks during a news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably the French-speaking province of Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13RA7
September 19, 2013
British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong speaks during a news conference with Canada's Finance...
Ottawa, Canada
B.C. Finance Minister de Jong speaks during a news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty...
British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong speaks during a news conference with Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13RA3
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) takes part in a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty takes part in news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Sousa...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) takes part in a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13R9W
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R)...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Sousa and B.C. Finance...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably the French-speaking province of Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13R9R
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) takes part in a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty takes part in news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Sousa...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) takes part in a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13R9M
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) arrives at a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty arrives at news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Sousa and...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) arrives at a news conference with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably the French-speaking province of Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADA-ECONOMY/REGULATOR
RTX13R9I
September 19, 2013
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R)...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Finance Minister Flaherty shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Sousa and British Columbia...
Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty (C) shakes hands with Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa (R) and British Columbia Finance Minister Mike de Jong after signing an agreement to set up a cooperative capital markets regulator, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 19, 2013. Canada's federal government and two of its provinces will set up a common securities regulator to try to replace the current patchwork of provincial regulation, but most provinces, notably the French-speaking province of Quebec, have not signed on. Flaherty and his counterparts from Ontario, home to the country's predominant capital market, and British Columbia unveiled details of their plan on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR37KKN
September 06, 2012
Women view a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community...
London, United Kingdom
Women view a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community...
Women view a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham, one of many which was hit by rioting across England last summer, at Southwark Cathedral in London September 6, 2012. Textile artist Lara Hailey coordinated efforts by students and other volunteers to create a quilt of 400 messages, mimicking the 4,500 post-it notes which were displayed in a shop window in a street hit by looters last year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR37KKM
September 06, 2012
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham,...
London, United Kingdom
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham,...
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham, one of many which was hit by rioting across England last summer, is seen in Southwark Cathedral in London September 6, 2012. Textile artist Lara Hailey coordinated efforts by students and other volunteers to create a quilt of 400 messages, mimicking the 4,500 post-it notes which were displayed in a shop window in a street hit by looters last year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR37KK6
September 06, 2012
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham,...
London, United Kingdom
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham,...
A patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham, one of many which was hit by rioting across England last summer, is seen in Southwark Cathedral in London September 6, 2012. Textile artist Lara Hailey coordinated efforts by students and other volunteers to create a quilt of 400 messages, mimicking the 4,500 post-it notes which were displayed in a shop window in a street hit by looters last year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRITAIN/
RTR37KJZ
September 06, 2012
A man views a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community...
London, United Kingdom
A man looks at a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community...
A man views a patchwork quilt based on a design of post-it note messages of support for the community of Peckham, one of many which was hit by rioting across England last summer, at Southwark Cathedral in London September 6, 2012. Textile artist Lara Hailey coordinated efforts by students and other volunteers to create a quilt of 400 messages, mimicking the 4,500 post-it notes which were displayed in a shop window in a street hit by looters last year. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY RELIGION)
BASEBALL/
RTR37DLE
September 01, 2012
New York Yankees patchwork infield of shortstop Derek Jeter, third baseman Jayson Nix, second baseman...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Yankees patchwork infield waits as pitcher warms up to face Baltimore Orioles in MLB game in...
New York Yankees patchwork infield of shortstop Derek Jeter, third baseman Jayson Nix, second baseman Robinson Cano and first baseman Steve Pearce (L to R) waits as a new pitcher warms up to face the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth inning of their MLB American League game at Yankee Stadium in New York September 1, 2012. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R5Q
May 28, 2012
Visitors prepare cloth with messages written on it to take part in Artist Kutlug Ataman's art project...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Visitors prepare cloth with messages written on it to take part in Artist Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R5J
May 28, 2012
Visitors write messages on cloth as they take part in Artist Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Visitors write messages on cloth as they take part in Artist Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R5D
May 28, 2012
Artist Kutlug Ataman's "Silsel" art project is displayed at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Artist Kutlug Ataman's "Silsel" art project is displayed at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 19, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R52
May 28, 2012
Kutlug Ataman's "Silsel" art project is displayed at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 19,...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Kutlug Ataman's "Silsel" art project is displayed at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 19, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R4V
May 28, 2012
Visitors prepare cloth to take part in Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Visitors prepare cloth to take part in Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 19, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 19, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R4E
May 28, 2012
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R3Y
May 28, 2012
Greenpeace activist Deniz Sozudogru attaches a cloth with a slogan as she take part in Kutlug Ataman's...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Greenpeace activist Deniz Sozudogru attaches a cloth with a slogan as she take part in Kutlug Ataman's art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. The slogan reads, "Turkey doesn't want nuclear." Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R3G
May 28, 2012
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R3F
May 28, 2012
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
RTR32R34
May 28, 2012
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN
Artist Kutlug Ataman attaches the first cloth to start his art project "Silsel" at Galata Greek Primary School in Istanbul May 12, 2012. Part performance art, part sculpture, Ataman's "Silsel" consists of hundreds of pieces of cloth inscribed with messages written by visitors, then stitched together to form a giant patchwork draped over a scaffold of wires. Picture taken May 12, 2012. To match story TURKEY-ART/ATAMAN REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
SIERRALEONE-ARCHITECTURE/
RTR31JXB
May 03, 2012
A patchwork of rusted metal sheets covers aging wooden planks on the side of a traditional colonial-era...
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Patchwork of rusted metal sheets covers aging wooden planks on side of traditional colonial-era Board...
A patchwork of rusted metal sheets covers aging wooden planks on the side of a traditional colonial-era Board House dating back about a century in the Congo Town neighbourhood of Sierra Leone's capital Freetown April 28, 2012. The Board House style has been in steady decline for decades, as stone and concrete became more fashionable. Many of the homes are now dilapidated and patched with sheets of rusted metal to keep out rain during the wet season. Picture taken April 28, 2012. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE 26 OF 29 OF PACKAGE 'FREETOWN - FADING ARCHITECTURE'
LIBYA/
RTR2V9SB
December 15, 2011
A person holds up a mobile phone to take a picture of Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (R) talking...
Tripoli, Libya
Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib talks to the media after taking the oath of office for the...
A person holds up a mobile phone to take a picture of Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (R) talking to the media after taking the oath of office for the new government in Tripoli November 24, 2011. El-Keib named a cabinet line-up which aimed to placate Libya's patchwork of tribes, regional interests and ideological camps which are competing to fill the vacuum left by Muammar Gaddafi's fall from power. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
LIBYA/
RTR2UF6Z
November 24, 2011
A person holds up a mobile phone to take a picture of Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (R) talking...
Tripoli, Libya
Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib talks to the media after taking the oath of office for the...
A person holds up a mobile phone to take a picture of Libya's Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (R) talking to the media after taking the oath of office for the new government in Tripoli November 24, 2011. El-Keib named a cabinet line-up which aimed to placate Libya's patchwork of tribes, regional interests and ideological camps which are competing to fill the vacuum left by Muammar Gaddafi's fall from power. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
LIBYA/
RTR2UF0F
November 24, 2011
Libya's Prime Minister designate Abdurrahim El-Keib takes the oath of office in front of Libya's National...
Tripoli, Libya
Libya's PM designate El-Keib takes oath of office in front of Libya's NTC leader Jalil in Tripoli
Libya's Prime Minister designate Abdurrahim El-Keib takes the oath of office in front of Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil (not in picture) in Tripoli November 24, 2011. El-Keib named a cabinet line-up which aimed to placate Libya's patchwork of tribes, regional interests and ideological camps which are competing to fill the vacuum left by Muammar Gaddafi's fall from power. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE)
LIBYA/
RTR2UF0C
November 24, 2011
Libya's Prime Minister designate Abdurrahim El-Keib (L) shakes hands with Libya's National Transitional...
Tripoli, Libya
Libya's Prime Minister designate El-Keib shakes hands with Libya's NTC leader Jalil in Tripoli
Libya's Prime Minister designate Abdurrahim El-Keib (L) shakes hands with Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil after taking the oath of office for the new government in Tripoli November 24, 2011. El-Keib named a cabinet line-up which aimed to placate Libya's patchwork of tribes, regional interests and ideological camps which are competing to fill the vacuum left by Muammar Gaddafi's fall from power. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE/
RTR2M2IJ
May 06, 2011
A lace worker monitors his machine in a factory based in Caudry, northern France, where he weaves the...
CAUDRY, France
A lace worker monitors his machine which produces the same lace design used in the making of the Royal...
A lace worker monitors his machine in a factory based in Caudry, northern France, where he weaves the same lace design used in the making of the Royal wedding dress worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, May 6, 2011. Soltiss delivered 25-metres of silk-coloured lace that was used in the patchwork of lace patterns applied on lace or tulle for the gown designed by Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION BUSINESS SOCIETY ODDLY)
FRANCE/
RTR2M2GA
May 06, 2011
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France,...
CAUDRY, France
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France...
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France, displays a piece of the lace used in the making of the Royal wedding dress worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, May 6, 2011. Soltiss delivered 25-metres of silk-coloured lace, that was used in the patchwork of lace patterns applied on lace or tulle for the gown designed by Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION BUSINESS SOCIETY ODDLY)
FRANCE/
RTR2M2G8
May 06, 2011
A lace worker repairs a thread on his Leavers machine in a factory based in Caudry, northern France,...
CAUDRY, France
A lace worker repairs a thread as he weaves the same lace design used in the making of the Royal wedding...
A lace worker repairs a thread on his Leavers machine in a factory based in Caudry, northern France, where he weaves the same lace design used in the making of the Royal wedding dress worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, May 6, 2011. Soltiss delivered 25-metres of silk-coloured lace that was used in the patchwork of lace patterns applied on lace or tulle for the gown designed by Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION BUSINESS SOCIETY ODDLY)
FRANCE/
RTR2M2G0
May 06, 2011
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France,...
CAUDRY, France
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France...
Christophe Machu, Chairman of Solstiss, a lace and embroidery factory based in Caudry, northern France, displays a piece of the lace used in the making of the Royal wedding dress worn by Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, May 6, 2011. Soltiss delivered 25-metres of silk-coloured lace that was used in the patchwork of lace patterns applied on lace or tulle for the gown designed by Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION BUSINESS SOCIETY ODDLY)
LIBYA/
RTR2L3YJ
April 11, 2011
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where...
Benghazi, Libya
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where...
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where representatives of the African Union were meeting leaders of Libya's rebel leadership in Benghazi, April 11, 2011. The African Union delegation held talks with the rebel leadership on Monday in the opposition's Benghazi stronghold but the insurgents said they would accept no plan that allowed Muammar Gaddafi to stay in power. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/
RTR2L3Y6
April 11, 2011
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where...
Benghazi, Libya
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where...
A protester waves a patchwork of flags from different nations from a lamp post outside the hotel where representatives of the African Union were meeting leaders of Libya's rebel leadership in Benghazi, April 11, 2011. The African Union delegation held talks with the rebel leadership on Monday in the opposition's Benghazi stronghold but the insurgents said they would accept no plan that allowed Muammar Gaddafi to stay in power. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PERU/
RTR2IFMP
September 17, 2010
A patchwork with various illustrations of murders committed by the army during Peru's guerrilla war is...
Lima, Peru
A patchwork with various illustrations of murders committed by the army during Peru's guerrilla war is...
A patchwork with various illustrations of murders committed by the army during Peru's guerrilla war is displayed by relatives of the war's victims at the Justice Palace in Lima September 16, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: POLITICS)
USA/
RTXP3SM
September 30, 2009
A detailed view of director Quentin Tarantino's jacket during the premiere of "Whip It" at the Grauman's...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
A detailed view of director Quentin Tarantino's jacket during the premiere of "Whip It" at the Grauman's...
A detailed view of director Quentin Tarantino's jacket during the premiere of "Whip It" at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California September 29, 2009. The movie opens in the U.S. on October 2. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UJ1
August 18, 2009
An Afghan Jughi man, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, plays his sitar...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi man plays his sitar in his tent in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi man, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, plays his sitar in his tent in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UJ0
August 18, 2009
An Afghan Jughi woman, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, poses for...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi woman poses for a picture in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi woman, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, poses for a picture in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UIY
August 18, 2009
Afghan Jughi children, who live in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, pose for a...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
Afghan Jughi children pose for a picture in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
Afghan Jughi children, who live in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, pose for a picture in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UIV
August 18, 2009
An Afghan Jughi woman, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, carries her...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi woman carries her son in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi woman, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, carries her son in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UIU
August 18, 2009
An Afghan Jughi girl, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, sits on a broken...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi girl sits on a broken wall in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi girl, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, sits on a broken wall in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AFGHANISTAN-ELECTION/MAZAR
RTR26UIS
August 18, 2009
An Afghan Jughi girl, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, carries her...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi girl carries her nephew on her back in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
An Afghan Jughi girl, who lives in a makeshift camp in the corner of a construction site, carries her nephew on her back in Mazar-I-Sharif in northern Afghanistan August 18, 2009. The Jughis are a destitute, homeless community, who say they originate from Uzbekistan, and they live out of patchwork canopies and derelict low-rise mud walls on the outskirts of Mazar-e-Sharif. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (AFGHANISTAN SOCIETY POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2494L
June 04, 2009
A woman looks at an Iraqi soldier standing guard during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A woman looks at an Iraqi soldier standing guard during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS/ REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR24910
June 04, 2009
A dog looks at Iraqi soldiers during their joint search operation with the U.S. army in the town of Jalawla...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A dog looks at Iraqi soldiers during their joint search operation with the U.S. army in the town of Jalawla in Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490Z
June 04, 2009
Iraqi soldiers stand guard during the joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
Iraqi soldiers stand guard during the joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490Y
June 04, 2009
Iraqi soldiers take up position during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
Iraqi soldiers take up position during a joint search operation with U.S. army in the town of Jalawla of Diyala province, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 16, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 16, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490X
June 04, 2009
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
RTR2490W
June 04, 2009
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
U.S. soldiers take up positions during a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
IRAQ/KURDS-ARA
RTR2490V
June 04, 2009
A U.S. soldier conducts a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba,...
Diyala, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS
A U.S. soldier conducts a joint search operation with Iraqi security forces in Saadia area near Baquba, 115 km (70 miles) northeast of Baghdad, May 18, 2009. Along a fuzzy seam dividing central Iraq from the largely autonomous enclave of Kurdistan, a row is bubbling over which authority owns this patchwork of Kurd and Arab neighbourhoods, river-fed palm groves and multi-billion-barrel oil fields. Picture taken May 18, 2009. To match feature IRAQ/KURDS-ARABS REUTERS/Saad Shalash (IRAQ CONFLICT MILITARY)
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