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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
RTX7H5RZ
May 04, 2020
Dermatologist Marta Maria Moratinos treats patient Fernanda Zabala, holding a protective mask, at her...
Madrid, Spain
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid
Dermatologist Marta Maria Moratinos treats patient Fernanda Zabala, holding a protective mask, at her clinic on the first day that some small businesses are allowed to open during lockdown, the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain, May 4, 2020. "I feel thankful we have been allowed to open. I've had to ask for a personal loan to rescue the business" Moratinos said. REUTERS/Susana Vera
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
RTX7H5RH
May 04, 2020
Dermatologist Marta Maria Moratinos wears protective gear as she does a skin check-up on Gonzalo Hurtado...
Madrid, Spain
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid
Dermatologist Marta Maria Moratinos wears protective gear as she does a skin check-up on Gonzalo Hurtado at her clinic, on the first day that some small businesses are allowed to open during lockdown, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain, May 4, 2020. "I feel thankful we have been allowed to open. I've had to ask for a personal loan to rescue the business" Moratinos said. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Stolen lives: 8 major hacks targeting personal data
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AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/
RTS17SFM
June 20, 2017
A customer of Europe's biggest bank HSBC uses an ATM next to an illuminated advertisement displaying...
Sydney, Australia
A customer of Europe's biggest bank HSBC uses an ATM next to an illuminated advertisement displaying...
A customer of Europe's biggest bank HSBC uses an ATM next to an illuminated advertisement displaying personal loan rates as two pedestrians walk past smoking cigarettes in central Sydney, Australia, June 20, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
SPAIN-BANKS/ONTINYENT
RTSJWW9
July 27, 2016
Watches and jewellery, given as a guarantee for personal loans decades ago, are pictured in Ontinyent...
ONTINYENT, Spain
Watches and jewellery, given as a guarantee for personal loans decades ago, are pictured in Ontinyent...
Watches and jewellery, given as a guarantee for personal loans decades ago, are pictured in Ontinyent near Valencia, Spain, June 9, 2016. Picture taken June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
EUROZONE-CREDIT/PORTUGAL
RTX1EAQB
May 24, 2015
People are seen at a post office near a personal credit card and loan banner in Lisbon, Portugal May...
Lisbon, Portugal
People are seen at a post office near a personal credit card and loan banner in Lisbon, Portugal
People are seen at a post office near a personal credit card and loan banner in Lisbon, Portugal May 22, 2015. In Portugal, getting a loan is still harder than in almost any other country in the eurozone. But if your company exports you may be in luck. The country has been at the sharp end of Europe's credit crunch during the region's debt crisis and loans have contracted non-stop since 2010. Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
ARTS-TURKEY/MIRO
RTR4RUPO
March 03, 2015
A visitor looks at an artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul March 3, 2015. It's not every artist...
Istanbul, Turkey
A visitor looks at an artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul
A visitor looks at an artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul March 3, 2015. It's not every artist who could see a woman's hat in a red farmyard faucet, but works on view in Istanbul show the 20th century Catalan painter and sculptor Joan Miro in a playful mood in later life. "Women, Birds, Stars" at the Sakip Sabanci Museum features 125 paintings, prints, sculptures, tapestries and ceramics, including loans from the Miro family's personal collection. Many were created on the island of Mallorca, where Miro moved in 1956 at the age of 63. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARTS-TURKEY/MIRO
RTR4RUPL
March 03, 2015
A visitor looks at artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul March 3, 2015. It's not every artist...
Istanbul, Turkey
A visitor looks at artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul
A visitor looks at artwork at the Sakip Sabanci Museum in Istanbul March 3, 2015. It's not every artist who could see a woman's hat in a red farmyard faucet, but works on view in Istanbul show the 20th century Catalan painter and sculptor Joan Miro in a playful mood in later life. "Women, Birds, Stars" at the Sakip Sabanci Museum features 125 paintings, prints, sculptures, tapestries and ceramics, including loans from the Miro family's personal collection. Many were created on the island of Mallorca, where Miro moved in 1956 at the age of 63. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-TURKEY/WARHOL
RTR3Y6CC
July 11, 2014
A visitor looks at an artwork at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most...
Istanbul, Turkey
A visitor looks at an artwork at Pera Museum in Istanbul
A visitor looks at an artwork at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most evocative and familiar images at Istanbul's Pera Museum portrays the pop art great in a very personal light. Opened by his nephew James Warhola, "Andy Warhol: Pop Art for Everyone" exhibits 87 of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born artist's works, including favorites like "Campbell's Soup," first created in 1962 and revisited over the years. The pieces in the Pera show are on loan from the Zoya Museum in Modra, Slovakia, the country of his parents' birth. The Zoya claims the largest Warhol collection in central Europe. Picture taken June 10, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-TURKEY/WARHOL
RTR3Y6C8
July 11, 2014
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most evocative...
Istanbul, Turkey
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most evocative and familiar images at Istanbul's Pera Museum portrays the pop art great in a very personal light. Opened by his nephew James Warhola, "Andy Warhol: Pop Art for Everyone" exhibits 87 of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born artist's works, including favorites like "Campbell's Soup," first created in 1962 and revisited over the years. The pieces in the Pera show are on loan from the Zoya Museum in Modra, Slovakia, the country of his parents' birth. The Zoya claims the largest Warhol collection in central Europe. Picture taken June 10, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-TURKEY/WARHOL
RTR3Y6BM
July 11, 2014
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most evocative...
Istanbul, Turkey
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul
Visitors look at artworks at Pera Museum in Istanbul June 10, 2014. A show of Andy Warhol's most evocative and familiar images at Istanbul's Pera Museum portrays the pop art great in a very personal light. Opened by his nephew James Warhola, "Andy Warhol: Pop Art for Everyone" exhibits 87 of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born artist's works, including favorites like "Campbell's Soup," first created in 1962 and revisited over the years. The pieces in the Pera show are on loan from the Zoya Museum in Modra, Slovakia, the country of his parents' birth. The Zoya claims the largest Warhol collection in central Europe. Picture taken June 10, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-PAYDAY/CHARGES
RTX15SRM
November 25, 2013
A payday loans sign is seen in the window of Speedy Cash in northwest London November 25, 2013. Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A payday loans sign is seen in the window of Speedy Cash in northwest London
A payday loans sign is seen in the window of Speedy Cash in northwest London November 25, 2013. Britain is to cap the cost of payday loans, stepping up its controls over the industry only a month after the regulator said that enforced price controls would be "a very intrusive proposition". REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY)
FILM-TORONTO/
RTX13F72
September 10, 2013
Cast member Loan Chabanol poses on the red carpet before the screening of "Third Person" during the 38th...
Toronto, Canada
Loan Chabanol poses on the red carpet before the screening of "Third Person" during the 38th Toronto...
Cast member Loan Chabanol poses on the red carpet before the screening of "Third Person" during the 38th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 9, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Blacker (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
FILM-TORONTO/
RTX13F6X
September 10, 2013
Cast members (L-R) Moran Atias, Loan Chabanol and Maria Bello pose on the red carpet before a screening...
Toronto, Canada
Cast members Atias, Chabanol and Bello pose on the red carpet before a screening of "Third Person" during...
Cast members (L-R) Moran Atias, Loan Chabanol and Maria Bello pose on the red carpet before a screening of "Third Person" during the 38th Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto September 9, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Blacker (CANADA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UXM
June 20, 2013
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale...
LINYOLA, Spain
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Banks financed 80 percent of a total 25 billion euros ($33.5 billion) invested in PV installations in Spain, according to industry association ANPIER. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UXJ
June 20, 2013
Ramon Salvia walks in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June...
LINYOLA, Spain
Salvia walks in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola
Ramon Salvia walks in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Banks financed 80 percent of a total 25 billion euros ($33.5 billion) invested in PV installations in Spain, according to industry association ANPIER. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UX9
June 20, 2013
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale...
LINYOLA, Spain
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola
Solar panels are seen at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Banks financed 80 percent of a total 25 billion euros ($33.5 billion) invested in PV installations in Spain, according to industry association ANPIER. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UX2
June 20, 2013
Ramon Salvia walks with an umbrella in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern...
LINYOLA, Spain
Salvia walks with an umbrella in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola
Ramon Salvia walks with an umbrella in front of solar panels at a small solar farm in Linyola, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Banks financed 80 percent of a total 25 billion euros ($33.5 billion) invested in PV installations in Spain, according to industry association ANPIER. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UWO
June 20, 2013
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda walks in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre,...
BENABARRE, Spain
Former IBM employee Miralda walks in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda walks in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. After retiring from a long career at IBM, Spain's Miralda poured his savings into a small solar farm in the hilly northern region of Huesca, encouraged by government promises of stable returns. Now Miralda fears a new government energy policy will deepen cuts to renewable energy subsidies, wipe out his savings and push his business over the brink. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers like Miralda started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UWK
June 20, 2013
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre,...
BENABARRE, Spain
Former IBM employee Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. After retiring from a long career at IBM, Spain's Angel Miralda poured his savings into a small solar farm in the hilly northern region of Huesca, encouraged by government promises of stable returns. Now Miralda fears a new government energy policy will deepen cuts to renewable energy subsidies, wipe out his savings and push his business over the brink. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers like Miralda started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UWE
June 20, 2013
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands next to a solar panel in a small solar farm in Benabarre, northeastern...
BENABARRE, Spain
Former IBM employee Miralda stands next to a solar panel in a small solar farm in Benabarre
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands next to a solar panel in a small solar farm in Benabarre, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. After retiring from a long career at IBM, Spain's Miralda poured his savings into a small solar farm in the hilly northern region of Huesca, encouraged by government promises of stable returns. Now Miralda fears a new government energy policy will deepen cuts to renewable energy subsidies, wipe out his savings and push his business over the brink. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers like Miralda started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UW6
June 20, 2013
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda closes a fence at a small solar farm he co-owns in Benabarre, northeastern...
BENABARRE, Spain
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda closes a fence at a small solar farm he co-owns in Benabarre
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda closes a fence at a small solar farm he co-owns in Benabarre, northeastern Spain, July 18, 2013. After retiring from a long career at IBM, Spain's Miralda poured his savings into a small solar farm in the hilly northern region of Huesca, encouraged by government promises of stable returns. Now Miralda fears a new government energy policy will deepen cuts to renewable energy subsidies, wipe out his savings and push his business over the brink. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers like Miralda started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN-ENERGY/RENEWABLES
RTX10UVX
June 20, 2013
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre,...
BENABARRE, Spain
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre
Former IBM employee Angel Miralda stands in front of solar panels in a small solar farm in Benabarre, northeastern Spain, June 18, 2013. After retiring from a long career at IBM, Spain's Angel Miralda poured his savings into a small solar farm in the hilly northern region of Huesca, encouraged by government promises of stable returns. Now Miralda fears a new government energy policy will deepen cuts to renewable energy subsidies, wipe out his savings and push his business over the brink. Small-scale photovoltaic (PV) energy producers like Miralda started investing in solar panels when the government was offering lucrative subsidies under a decade-long drive to become a global leader in green energy. But a prolonged economic recession and a yawning budget gap forced Madrid to pull back its support for renewables, and more cuts are on the way, threatening major losses on personal investments and even defaults on bank loans. Picture taken June 18, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
HDFCBANK-INDIA/
RTR3AKV2
November 18, 2012
Personal bankers wait for customers at the reception of a HDFC Bank branch in Mumbai November 17, 2012....
Mumbai, India
Personal bankers wait for customers at the reception of a HDFC Bank branch in Mumbai
Personal bankers wait for customers at the reception of a HDFC Bank branch in Mumbai November 17, 2012. At a time when lenders across the world are battling slowing growth and rising loan defaults, HDFC Bank's conservative business model and its knack for delivering returns are proving unique, and offer a lesson for its hard-pressed competitors. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
PARAGUAY/
RTR38U4S
October 05, 2012
Paraguayan prosecutor Claudia Crisioni (R) stands next to her assistant as she speaks to journalists...
Luque, Paraguay
Paraguayan prosecutor Claudia Crisioni speaks to journalists about the missing jewels in the Moria Casan...
Paraguayan prosecutor Claudia Crisioni (R) stands next to her assistant as she speaks to journalists about the missing jewels in the Moria Casan case in Luque, near Asuncion, October 5, 2012. An unidentified person on Friday left an envelope containing the jewellery to the court, according to authorities. The jewellery will be sent to a forensic laboratory to confirm if they are the pieces which went missing after they were loaned to Argentine actress Casan for a performance in July 2012. Casan is currently under judiciary investigation over the disappearance of jewellery worth $80,000. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
PARAGUAY/
RTR38U4M
October 05, 2012
An investigator pulls a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they are...
Luque, Paraguay
An investigator pulls a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they are...
An investigator pulls a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they are the pieces loaned to Argentine actress Moria Casan, to a labaratory in Luque, near Asuncion October 5, 2012. An unidentified person on Friday left an envelope containing the jewellery to the court, according to authorities. The jewellery will be sent to a forensic laboratory to confirm if they are the pieces which went missing after they were loaned to Casan for a performance in July 2012. Casan is currently under judiciary investigation over the disappearance of jewellery worth $80,000. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
PARAGUAY/
RTR38U4L
October 05, 2012
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they...
Luque, Paraguay
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they...
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they are the pieces loaned to Argentine actress Moria Casan, to a labaratory in Luque, near Asuncion October 5, 2012. An unidentified person on Friday left an envelope containing the jewellery to the court, according to authorities. The jewellery will be sent to a forensic laboratory to confirm if they are the pieces which went missing after they were loaned to Casan for a performance in July 2012. Casan is currently under judiciary investigation over the disappearance of jewellery worth $80,000. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
PARAGUAY/
RTR38U4J
October 05, 2012
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they...
Luque, Paraguay
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they...
Investigators transport a sealed box containing jewellery, which will be examined to confirm if they are the pieces loaned to Argentine actress Moria Casan, to a labaratory in Luque, near Asuncion October 5, 2012. An unidentified person on Friday left an envelope containing the jewellery to the court, according to authorities. The jewellery will be sent to a forensic laboratory to confirm if they are the pieces which went missing after they were loaned to Casan for a performance in July 2012. Casan is currently under judiciary investigation over the disappearance of jewellery worth $80,000. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN/
RTR38PU8
October 02, 2012
A sign that reads "Do you want a loan?" is seen on a tree in Bormujos, southern Spain October 2, 2012....
BORMUJOS, Spain
A sign that reads "Do you want a loan?" is seen on a tree in Bormujos
A sign that reads "Do you want a loan?" is seen on a tree in Bormujos, southern Spain October 2, 2012. Spain is ready to request a euro zone bailout for its public finances as early as next weekend but Germany has signalled that it should hold off, European officials said on Monday. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR32M4T
May 25, 2012
UMP political party head Jean-Francois Cope walks on the street past an advertisement for personal loans...
Paris, France
UMP political party head Cope campaigns ahead of the legislative elections in Paris
UMP political party head Jean-Francois Cope walks on the street past an advertisement for personal loans as he campaigns ahead of the legislative elections in Paris May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR32M4A
May 25, 2012
UMP political party head Jean-Francois Cope walks on the street past an advertisement for personal loans...
Paris, France
UMP political party head Cope campaigns ahead of the legislative elections in Paris
UMP political party head Jean-Francois Cope walks on the street past an advertisement for personal loans as he campaigns ahead of the legislative elections in Paris May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVN1
January 04, 2012
The German presidential flag flies on top of Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president,...
Berlin, Germany
The German presidential flag flies on top of Bellevue Castle in Berlin
The German presidential flag flies on top of Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVJX
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVJW
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVJB
January 04, 2012
A protester stands outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January...
Berlin, Germany
Protester stands outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A protester stands outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVJA
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVJ5
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVIP
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VVIO
January 04, 2012
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of...
Berlin, Germany
German flag flutters outside Bellevue Castle residence of German president in Berlin
A German flag, erected by a protester, flutters in the wind outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of the German president, in Berlin January 4, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUMA
January 03, 2012
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian...
Berlin, Germany
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in...
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUM7
January 03, 2012
A city coach stops outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
A city coach stops outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in Berlin
A city coach stops outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUM5
January 03, 2012
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian...
Berlin, Germany
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in...
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUM3
January 03, 2012
A city coach draws light traces in this long-exposure picture of Bellevue Castle, the residence of German...
Berlin, Germany
A city coach draws light traces in this long-exposure picture of Bellevue Castle, the residence of German...
A city coach draws light traces in this long-exposure picture of Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUM1
January 03, 2012
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian...
Berlin, Germany
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in...
Trees are reflected on a wet road outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUGZ
January 03, 2012
A sign reading "Fraudulent use incurs penalty" is seen on a fire alarm box outside Bellevue Castle, the...
Berlin, Germany
A sign reading "Fraudulent use incurs penalty" is seen on a fire alarm box outside Bellevue Castle, the...
A sign reading "Fraudulent use incurs penalty" is seen on a fire alarm box outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUGT
January 03, 2012
People look at Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January...
Berlin, Germany
People look at Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in Berlin
People look at Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PRESIDENT/
RTR2VUGP
January 03, 2012
Grass grows outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January...
Berlin, Germany
Grass grows outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Wulff, in Berlin
Grass grows outside Bellevue Castle, the residence of German President Christian Wulff, in Berlin January 3, 2012. Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY
RTR2VUEV
January 03, 2012
A fire alarm box is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin January 3, 2012....
Berlin, Germany
A fire alarm box is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin
A fire alarm box is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates.
REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY
RTR2VUEL
January 03, 2012
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff...
Berlin, Germany
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates.
REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY
RTR2VUEE
January 03, 2012
A roadsign is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin January 3, 2012. German...
Berlin, Germany
A roadsign is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin
A roadsign is pictured in front of the presidential palace Bellevue in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates.
REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
GERMANY
RTR2VUE3
January 03, 2012
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff...
Berlin, Germany
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin
The presidential palace Bellevue is pictured in Berlin January 3, 2012. German President Christian Wulff personally called the editor of Bild, the country's top-selling newspaper, last month and threatened legal action if it published a story on a private home loan he received at cheap interest rates.
REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
ARGENTINA-INFLATION/CREDIT
RTR2JQBO
March 11, 2011
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts to credit cards users in Buenos Aires, March...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts to credit cards users in Buenos Aires
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts to credit cards users in Buenos Aires, March 10, 2011. Use of credit cards and personal loans is surging as double-digit inflation encourages spending over saving. That helped stoke Argentina's economic growth last year of about 9 percent, one of Latin America's fastest rates. Retailers and banks are teaming up to let consumers pay for everything from imported perfume and soccer shirts to leather boots in as many as 12 interest-free instalments if they use a credit card. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-INFLATION/CREDIT
RTR2JQBC
March 11, 2011
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts with the use of credit cards in Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts with the use of credit cards in Buenos Aires...
A woman walks past a store with signs offering discounts with the use of credit cards in Buenos Aires March 10, 2011. Use of credit cards and personal loans is surging as double-digit inflation encourages spending over saving. That helped stoke Argentina's economic growth last year of about 9 percent, one of Latin America's fastest rates. Retailers and banks are teaming up to let consumers pay for everything from imported perfume and soccer shirts to leather boots in as many as 12 interest-free instalments if they use a credit card. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-INFLATION/CREDIT
RTR2JQ9U
March 10, 2011
A man walks past a clothing store in Buenos Aires March 10, 2011. Use of credit cards and personal loans...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man walks past a clothing store in Buenos Aires
A man walks past a clothing store in Buenos Aires March 10, 2011. Use of credit cards and personal loans is surging as double-digit inflation encourages spending over saving. That helped stoke Argentina's economic growth last year of about 9 percent, one of Latin America's fastest rates. Retailers and banks are teaming up to let consumers pay for everything from imported perfume and soccer shirts to leather boots in as many as 12 interest-free instalments if they use a credit card. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY-GREECE/PAPANDREOU
RTR2IX3Y
February 21, 2011
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou speaks with a person at Humboldt university in Berlin February...
Berlin, Germany
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou speaks with a person at Humboldt university in Berlin
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou speaks with a person at Humboldt university in Berlin February 21, 2011. Papandreou said on Monday it was necessary to ensure interest rates on loans to debt-ridden Greece were not too high, at the risk of becoming "unsustainable". REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
STANDARDCHARTERED
RTXWZQT
January 24, 2011
The logo of Standard Chartered is seen at its new Singapore office tower at the Marina Bay Financial...
Singapore, multiple countries
The logo of Standard Chartered is seen at its new Singapore office at the Marina Bay Financial Centre...
The logo of Standard Chartered is seen at its new Singapore office tower at the Marina Bay Financial Centre, January 24, 2011. Standard Chartered on Monday said it has agreed to buy GE Money, an auto loan and personal loan specialist in Singapore.The banking group said the gross underlying assets of the business in 2009 was $1.81 billion. The bank's new Singapore office, which opened on Friday, includes a three-level trading room for 790 people that it described as Asia's largest. REUTERS/Kevin Lam (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS)
HSBC/
RTR2EAIL
May 24, 2010
(L-R) Chairman of HSBC Commercial and Personal Banking and Insurance Sandy Flockhart, Chairman of HSBC...
Hong Kong, China
HSBC executives Flockhart, Cheng and Geoghegan hold a news conference after an informal shareholders'...
(L-R) Chairman of HSBC Commercial and Personal Banking and Insurance Sandy Flockhart, Chairman of HSBC Bank (China) Vincent Cheng and Group CEO Michael Geoghegan hold a news conference after an informal shareholders' meeting in Hong Kong May 24, 2010. HSBC Holdings, Europe's biggest bank, is working off $20 billion worth of loans per year in its U.S. Household Finance Corp. unit as it winds down the business, said Geoghegan. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
ZAIN-BHARTI/DEBT
RTR2ACNN
February 16, 2010
A policeman stands guard in front of a billboard of Bharti Airtel at a police checkpost in Jammu February...
Jammu, India
A policeman stands guard in front of a billboard of Bharti Airtel in Jammu
A policeman stands guard in front of a billboard of Bharti Airtel at a police checkpost in Jammu February 16, 2010. Bharti Airtel, which has offered $10.7 billion for Kuwaiti telecom Zain's African assets, is likely to finance nearly all the deal's purchase price with foreign currency loans, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS MILITARY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR22SOR
December 23, 2008
Pro Chrysler Jeep lot man Hector Martinez removes personal effects from a Dodge Durango that was repossessed...
Thornton, UNITED STATES
Pro Chrysler Jeep lot man Hector Martinez removes personal effects from a Dodge Durango that was repossessed...
Pro Chrysler Jeep lot man Hector Martinez removes personal effects from a Dodge Durango that was repossessed and returned to the Chrysler dealership in Thornton, Colorado December 19, 2008. The U.S. government came to the rescue of U.S. automakers with $17.4 billion in emergency loans taken from a $700 billion Wall Street bailout fund originally designed to rescue struggling financial institutions. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
ISRAEL-OLMERT/
RTX80A2
July 17, 2008
American Jewish financier Morris Talansky appears in Jerusalem district court July 17, 2008. Talansky,...
Jerusalem, Israel
American Jewish financier Talansky appears in Jerusalem court
American Jewish financier Morris Talansky appears in Jerusalem district court July 17, 2008. Talansky, who testified in May that he gave Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert $150,000 in cash-stuffed envelopes, including personal loans that were never repaid, is due to be cross-questioned by Olmert's lawyers on Thursday. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (JERUSALEM)
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