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USA-IMMIGRATION/GUATEMALA
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January 26, 2019
The pencil, notebook and a pencil sharpener of Felipe Gomez Alonzo a 8-year-old boy who died in the custody...
YALAMBOJOCH, Guatemala
The pencil, notebook and a pencil sharpener of Felipe Gomez Alonzo a 8-year-old boy who died in the custody...
The pencil, notebook and a pencil sharpener of Felipe Gomez Alonzo a 8-year-old boy who died in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) after being detained along with his father for illegally entering to the U.S, are seen at Felipe's home in the village of Yalambojoch, Guatemala January 26, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
BOSNIA-MUSEUM/
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July 08, 2016
An apple shaped pencil sharpener is seen at the Bosnian War Childhood museum exhibition in Zenica, Bosnia...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Wider Image: Remembering a wartime childhood
An apple shaped pencil sharpener is seen at the Bosnian War Childhood museum exhibition in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, June 21, 2016. "I thought it was a real apple, but in fact it was a pencil sharpener. You can still see where I bit into it, " said Ljiljan who was born in 1984. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic SEARCH "CHILDHOOD TOYS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SWISS-SCIENCE/MAGAZINE
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April 25, 2014
Physicist Urs Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than...
Rueschlikon, Switzerland
Physicist Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip at a laboratory in Rueschlikon
Physicist Urs Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano printing tool at a laboratory of IBM Research in Rueschlikon, near Zurich April 23, 2014. A laboratory in Switzerland has created the smallest magazine cover in the world, using a tiny chisel to create an image so minute that 2,000 of them could fit on a grain of salt. Scientists carved the 11x14-micrometre image of two pandas that appeared on last month's cover of the National Geographic Kids magazine onto a polymer using technology similar to 3D printing. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWISS-SCIENCE/MAGAZINE
RTR3MMKD
April 25, 2014
A silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, is placed in the centre...
Rueschlikon, Switzerland
A silicon tip with a sharp apex is placed in the centre of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano...
A silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, is placed in the centre of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano printing tool at a laboratory of IBM Research in Rueschlikon, near Zurich, April 23, 2014. A laboratory in Switzerland has created the smallest magazine cover in the world, using a tiny chisel to create an image so minute that 2,000 of them could fit on a grain of salt. Scientists carved the 11x14-micrometre image of two pandas that appeared on last month's cover of the National Geographic Kids magazine onto a polymer using technology similar to 3D printing. Picture taken on April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
SWISS-SCIENCE/MAGAZINE
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April 25, 2014
A silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, is placed in the centre...
Rueschlikon, Switzerland
A silicon tip with a sharp apex is placed in the centre of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano printing...
A silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, is placed in the centre of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano printing tool at a laboratory of IBM Research in Rueschlikon, near Zurich, April 23, 2014. A laboratory in Switzerland has created the smallest magazine cover in the world, using a tiny chisel to create an image so minute that 2,000 of them could fit on a grain of salt. Scientists carved the 11x14-micrometre image of two pandas that appeared on last month's cover of the National Geographic Kids magazine onto a polymer using technology similar to 3D printing. Picture taken on April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRITAIN/
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December 14, 2011
Pencils and pencil shavings are seen on a desk at Watlington Primary School in Watlington, southern England...
WATLINGTON, United Kingdom
Pencils and pencil shavings are seen on a desk at Watlington Primary School in Watlington, southern...
Pencils and pencil shavings are seen on a desk at Watlington Primary School in Watlington, southern England December 14, 2011. On Thursday the Department of Education will publish primary school league tables. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
USA/
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March 17, 2011
Dalechia, 13, sharpens a pencil at South Los Angeles Learning Center in Los Angeles, California March...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Dalechia, 13, sharpens a pencil at South Los Angeles Learning Center in Los Angeles
Dalechia, 13, sharpens a pencil at South Los Angeles Learning Center in Los Angeles, California March 16, 2011. The center is run by School on Wheels, which uses volunteers to tutor homeless children in shelters, parks, motels, and two centers. There has been a surge in the number of homeless children in Los Angeles in the last five years, due to persistent unemployment and mounting foreclosures. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
CHINA/
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July 18, 2007
A boy sharpens his pencil during a class at Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids in Baoji, Northwest China's...
Baoji, China
Boy sharpens pencil during class at Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids in Baoji
A boy sharpens his pencil during a class at Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids in Baoji, Northwest China's Shaanxi province July 18, 2007. Baoji Xinxing Aid for Street Kids is the first Chinese NGO specializing in aid for street kids and is functioning as a 24 hour open centre. The project is fully funded by donation and provides clothing, food, accommodation, and basic health for street kids from all over China. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
TURKEY
RTR1I2DU
October 06, 2006
A girl sharpens a pencil in a school for Iraqi Christian refugee children in Istanbul September 25, 2006....
Istanbul, Turkey
A girl sharpens a pencil in a school in Istanbul
A girl sharpens a pencil in a school for Iraqi Christian refugee children in Istanbul September 25, 2006. The school was set up after the Iran-Iraq war and after the first Gulf War the number of students increased to the current figure of 250 students. There are eight classrooms and one computer room with up to 40 students in each class. The students and some parents are taught English and prepared for their immigration mainly to Canada, the U.S. and Australia. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (TURKEY)
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September 27, 1997
Thai Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh sits at his position prior to a no-confidence vote at parliament...
Thailand
PRIME MINISTER CHAVALIT YONGCHAIYUDH SITS CALMLY AT HIS POSITION WITH SHARPENED PENCILS AT PARLIAMENT...
Thai Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh sits at his position prior to a no-confidence vote at parliament in Bangkok September 27. Chavalit won the opposition-sponsored no-confidence motion with a comfortable 212-170 vote.

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