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VATICAN-HOMELESS/CHURCH
RTX2YVBC
January 13, 2017
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
Rome, Italy
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold snap persists in Rome, January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
VATICAN-HOMELESS/CHURCH
RTX2YVB5
January 13, 2017
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
Rome, Italy
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
A man sits on a bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold snap persists in Rome, January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
VATICAN-HOMELESS/CHURCH
RTX2YVAJ
January 13, 2017
A man prepares his bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
Rome, Italy
A man prepares his bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while...
A man prepares his bed inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold snap persists in Rome, January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
VATICAN-HOMELESS/CHURCH
RTX2YVAI
January 13, 2017
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold...
Rome, Italy
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold...
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold snap persists in Rome, January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
VATICAN-HOMELESS/CHURCH
RTX2YV9W
January 13, 2017
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church as which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a...
Rome, Italy
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church as which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a...
Beds are seen inside the San Callisto church as which serves as a dormitory for the homeless while a cold snap persists in Rome, January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-OFFENSIVE
RTX2R1SR
October 30, 2016
A rebel fighter in Dahiyet al-Assad fires a shell towards regime-held Hamdaniyah neighbourhood, west...
Aleppo, Syria
A rebel fighter in Dahiyet al-Assad fires a shell towards regime-held Hamdaniyah neighbourhood, west...
A rebel fighter in Dahiyet al-Assad fires a shell towards regime-held Hamdaniyah neighbourhood, west Aleppo city, Syria October 30, 2016. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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GERMANY-LATVIA/NATO
RTX2OANJ
September 06, 2016
The entrance to the deployable command post the German Air Force is seen at the air base in Lielvarde,...
LIELVARDE, Latvia
The entrance to the deployable command post the German Air Force is seen at the air base in Lielvarde...
The entrance to the deployable command post the German Air Force is seen at the air base in Lielvarde, Latvia August 29, 2016 for an exercise lasting several months as part of NATO's Persistent Presence in eastern European countries. Around 80 German soldiers with 400 tons of material will stay in Lielvarde until October. In case of a crisis the experts can direct air operations over the Baltic states from the center with the official name "Deployable Control and Reporting Center" (DCRC). NATO has been responsible for the air defense of the Baltic countries since their accession to the alliance as the Baltic states themselves don't have fighter jets. REUTERS/Sabine Seibold
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2EW
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2EB
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2DG
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016....
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2D5
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2C2
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2BD
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2B3
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL2A2
August 04, 2016
A French farmer holds three wheat ears, one normal, and two others (Top) that suffered from too much...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer displays damaged wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer holds three wheat ears, one normal, and two others (Top) that suffered from too much moisture, in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL294
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL27B
August 04, 2016
A straw bale is seen in a harvested wheat field in Schnersheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016....
SCHNERSHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Schnersheim, near Strasbourg
A straw bale is seen in a harvested wheat field in Schnersheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL26S
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest...
BANTOUZELLE, France
Wheat is seen in a field in Bantouzelle
Wheat is seen in a field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, analysts and traders said. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL26C
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL25Q
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL24V
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016....
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL24J
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL240
August 04, 2016
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France,...
NEUGARTHEIM, France
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg
Wheat is seen in a partially harvested field during a rain shower in Neugartheim, near Strasbourg, France, August 4, 2016. The smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
GRAINS-WHEAT/HARVEST
RTSL23T
August 04, 2016
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French...
BANTOUZELLE, France
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle
A French farmer inspects wheat in his field in Bantouzelle, France, August 4, 2016 as the smallest French wheat harvest in at least a decade is set to push European Union production down sharply from last year's record, while persistent rain is also raising the risk of lower quality in some major wheat belts, according to analysts and traders. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
SINGAPORE-MILITARY/
RTX2FXG2
June 13, 2016
A helicopter takes off from Singapore Navy's RSS Persistence in the waters outside Pulau Semakau landfill,...
Singapore, Singapore
A helicopter takes off from Singapore Navy's RSS Persistence in the waters outside Pulau Semakau landfill...
A helicopter takes off from Singapore Navy's RSS Persistence in the waters outside Pulau Semakau landfill, Singapore June 8, 2016. REUTERS/Edgar Su
USA-STATES/CREDIT
RTX2BYMD
April 27, 2016
Stacked rigs are seen along with other idled oil drilling equipment at a depot in Dickinson, North Dakota...
Dickinson, UNITED STATES
File photo of stacked rigs are seen along with other idled oil drilling equipment at a depot in Dickinson...
Stacked rigs are seen along with other idled oil drilling equipment at a depot in Dickinson, North Dakota June 26, 2015. Persistent low oil prices continue to strain budgets in states like Alaska, Louisiana, Oklahoma and North Dakota, which rely on oil production taxes to fill government coffers, Standard and Poor's said in a report on state budgets April 27, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen/File Photo
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N4C
February 26, 2016
A woman with a baby buggy looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman with a baby buggy looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo
A woman with a baby buggy looks at items outside a discount store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N3G
February 26, 2016
A woman looks at items outside an outlet store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016....
Tokyo, Japan
A woman looks at items outside an outlet store at a shopping district in Tokyo
A woman looks at items outside an outlet store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N3F
February 26, 2016
A man wearing a mask puts packs of vegetables into a plastic bag inside a supermarket at a shopping district...
Tokyo, Japan
A man wearing a mask puts packs of vegetables into a plastic bag inside a supermarket at a shopping district...
A man wearing a mask puts packs of vegetables into a plastic bag inside a supermarket at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N3E
February 26, 2016
A man using his mobile phone walks past a sales advertisement board outside a cloth retailing store at...
Tokyo, Japan
A man using his mobile phone walks past a sales advertisement board outside a cloth retailing store at...
A man using his mobile phone walks past a sales advertisement board outside a cloth retailing store at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N3D
February 26, 2016
A customer looks at his mobile phone at Soba noodle restaurant at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
A customer looks at his mobile phone at Soba noodle restaurant at a shopping district in Tokyo
A customer looks at his mobile phone at Soba noodle restaurant at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX28N3C
February 26, 2016
A sales advertisement board displayed outside a clothes retail store is seen on a street as pedestrians...
Tokyo, Japan
A sales advertisement board displayed outside a clothes retail store is seen on a street as pedestrians...
A sales advertisement board displayed outside a clothes retail store is seen on a street as pedestrians walk past at a shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, February 25, 2016. Japan's core consumer prices were unchanged in January from a year earlier, suggesting that persistent falls in energy costs will keep inflation well below the central bank's 2 percent target. Picture taken February 25, 2016. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287ZR
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away by ambulance in a convoy after landing at Northolt just west...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away by ambulance (L) in a convoy after landing at Northolt just...
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away by ambulance in a convoy after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287ZE
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London,...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287YX
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London,...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is driven an away in ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287SJ
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287RW
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287RU
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287RS
February 23, 2016
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance...
Nurse Pauline Cafferkey is moved on an isolation bed from a Royal Air Force C130 to a waiting ambulance after landing at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287MZ
February 23, 2016
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February...
Northolt, United Kingdom
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287MX
February 23, 2016
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February...
Northolt, United Kingdom
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
HEALTH-EBOLA-BRITAIN-NURSE
RTX287MT
February 23, 2016
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February...
Northolt, United Kingdom
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London
A Royal Air Force C130 carrying nurse Pauline Cafferkey lands at Northolt just west of London, February 23, 2016. A Scottish nurse, who recovered from Ebola but then suffered life-threatening complications from the virus persisting in her brain, has been admitted to hospital for a third time, officials said on Tuesday. Pauline Cafferkey contracted Ebola in December 2014 when she was working in a treatment facility in Sierra Leone at the height of an epidemic of the disease which swept through three countries in West Africa. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX27E02
February 17, 2016
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris,...
Paris, France
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris, France, February 17, 2016. France will cut social security taxes paid by farmers, a measure worth 500 million euros ($556 million), to help ease financial pressure on them wrought by persistently low dairy and meat prices, French Prime Minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX27DZS
February 17, 2016
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, speaks to journalists after a news conference...
Paris, France
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, speaks to journalists after a news conference...
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, speaks to journalists after a news conference in Paris, France, February 17, 2016. France will cut social security taxes paid by farmers, a measure worth 500 million euros ($556 million), to help ease financial pressure on them wrought by persistently low dairy and meat prices, French Prime Minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX27DZ6
February 17, 2016
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris,...
Paris, France
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris,...
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris, France, February 17, 2016. France will cut social security taxes paid by farmers, a measure worth 500 million euros ($556 million), to help ease financial pressure on them wrought by persistently low dairy and meat prices, French Prime Minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTX27DZ5
February 17, 2016
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris,...
Paris, France
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris,...
Xavier Beulin, President of France's farmer's union group FNSEA, attends a news conference in Paris, France, February 17, 2016. France will cut social security taxes paid by farmers, a measure worth 500 million euros ($556 million), to help ease financial pressure on them wrought by persistently low dairy and meat prices, French Prime Minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
JAPAN-STOCKS/
RTX269E2
February 10, 2016
A woman takes pictures of a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman takes pictures of display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo
A woman takes pictures of a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 10, 2016. Japan's Nikkei share average fell more than 2 percent to its lowest level since October 2014 on Wednesday as worries about the health of global banks persisted. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
JAPAN-STOCKS/
RTX269D7
February 10, 2016
People are reflected in a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February...
Tokyo, Japan
People are reflected in a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo
People are reflected in a display showing market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 10, 2016. Japan's Nikkei share average fell more than 2 percent to its lowest level since October 2014 on Wednesday as worries about the health of global banks persisted. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
INDIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25J2U
February 05, 2016
Vendors work as they wait for customers at a garment store in a market in Mumbai, India, February 4,...
Mumbai, India
Vendors work as they wait for customers at a garment store in a market in Mumbai
Vendors work as they wait for customers at a garment store in a market in Mumbai, India, February 4, 2016. Doubts about the accuracy of India's gross domestic product figures persist a year after its statisticians unveiled new readings they say better capture value addition down the goods and services supply chain. Picture taken February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
INDIA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX25J2S
February 05, 2016
Labourers works at the construction site of a residential building in Mumbai, India, February 4, 2016....
Mumbai, India
Labourers works at the construction site of a residential building in Mumbai
Labourers works at the construction site of a residential building in Mumbai, India, February 4, 2016. Doubts about the accuracy of India's gross domestic product figures persist a year after its statisticians unveiled new readings they say better capture value addition down the goods and services supply chain. Picture taken February 4, 2016. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
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Child angels
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THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX24663
January 27, 2016
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX24662
January 27, 2016
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi...
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465Z
January 27, 2016
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at...
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465Y
January 27, 2016
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo (C), 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during a blessing...
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo (C), 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465M
January 27, 2016
Mananya Boonmee (L), 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom (R),...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Mananya Boonmee, 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom, 33, at...
Mananya Boonmee (L), 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom (R), 33, at her house in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465K
January 27, 2016
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465H
January 27, 2016
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26,...
Bangkok, Thailand
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX24659
January 27, 2016
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
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