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GLOBAL-RACE/SPAIN COLUMBUS STATUE
RTS3KE2S
July 17, 2020
Demonstrators hold placards as Members of Madrid's antiracism movement protest against colonial symbols...
Madrid, Spain
Protest against colonial symbols in Madrid
Demonstrators hold placards as Members of Madrid's antiracism movement protest against colonial symbols under the statue of Christopher Columbus in Madrid, Spain, July 17, 2020. Placards read, "Racism" and "Plunder". REUTERS/Sergio Perez
GLOBAL-RACE/SPAIN COLUMBUS STATUE
RTS3KE10
July 17, 2020
A demonstrator holds placards reading: "Plunder" and "Indigenous lives matter" as members of Madrid's...
Madrid, Spain
Protest against colonial symbols in Madrid
A demonstrator holds placards reading: "Plunder" and "Indigenous lives matter" as members of Madrid's antiracism movement protest against colonial symbols under the statue of Christopher Columbus in Madrid, Spain, July 17, 2020. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Fishmeal factories plunder Africa
18 PICTURES
Ocean Shock
Ocean Shock
Fishmeal factories plunder Africa
25 PICTURES
NICARAGUA-PROTEST/
RTX5VNWF
April 22, 2018
University students recover assets plundered by protesters after protest over reform to the pension plans...
Managua, Nicaragua
University students recover assets plundered by protesters after protest in Managua
University students recover assets plundered by protesters after protest over reform to the pension plans of the Nicaraguan Social Security Institute (INSS) in Managua, Nicaragua April 22, 2018. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
USA-POLICE/
RTSOVNC
September 22, 2016
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the...
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-POLICE/
RTSOVN9
September 22, 2016
A looters throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
A looters throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during...
A looters throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-POLICE/
RTSOVK9
September 22, 2016
A looter throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
A looter throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during...
A looter throws a fire extinguisher from the doorway to the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
USA-POLICE/
RTSOVK5
September 22, 2016
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the...
A looter grabs liquor bottles from the club Kandy Bar in uptown Charlotte, NC during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Miczek
PHILIPPINES-POLITICS/ARROYO
RTSIN3B
July 19, 2016
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Theodore Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of the plunder...
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Theodore Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of the plunder case against influential former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and her immediate release after five years under hospital arrest inside the Veterans Memorial Medical Center, during a news conference at the Supreme Court in metro Manila, Philippines, July 19, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-POLITICS/ARROYO
RTSIN38
July 19, 2016
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Theodore Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of the plunder...
Philippine Supreme Court spokesperson Theodore Te announces the high court ruling on the dismissal of the plunder case against influential former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and her immediate release after five years under hospital arrest inside the Veterans Memorial Medical Center, during a news conference at the Supreme Court in metro Manila, Philippines, July 19, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
NIGERIA-CORRUPTION/
RTX232LK
January 19, 2016
A man on a motorcycle sits near a signboard campaigning against corruption along a road in Dangi district...
Kano, Nigeria
A man on a motorcycle sits near a signboard campaigning against corruption along a road in Dangi district...
A man on a motorcycle sits near a signboard campaigning against corruption along a road in Dangi district in Nigeria's northern city of Kano, January 19, 2016. True to his election promises, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has gone all out on corruption, alleging mind-boggling sums plundered from state coffers and giving investigators licence to pull in big hitters once thought untouchable. Now comes the hard part: making the charges stick. The first test comes on Wednesday with the opening of the trial of former National Security Advisor Sambo Dasuki, accused of fraud over $68 million of defence spending, part of a wider $2.1 billion in arms deals under scrutiny. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
PHILIPPINES-APEC/PROTEST
RTS6SLW
November 13, 2015
Activists hold up torches while marching towards to the U.S Embassy during a rally ahead of the Asia-Pacific...
Manila, Philippines
Activists attend a rally ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit meeting in Manila...
Activists hold up torches while marching towards to the U.S Embassy during a rally ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit meeting, in Manila November 13, 2015. The banner reads, "Rise for education, rights, and freedom. Fight oppression and plunder. Junk APEC!". REUTERS/Ezra Acayan
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NLXI
August 08, 2015
A police officer walks past a line of people waiting to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario...
Caracas, Venezuela
Police officer walks past a line of people waiting to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario...
A police officer walks past a line of people waiting to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 8, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NLXH
August 08, 2015
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August...
Caracas, Venezuela
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 8, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NLXC
August 08, 2015
People wait in a line to buy staple items outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August...
Caracas, Venezuela
People wait in a line to buy staple items outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas
People wait in a line to buy staple items outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 8, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLQ
August 06, 2015
People queue outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket as they wait to buy staple items, in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket as they wait to buy staple items, in Caracas...
People queue outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket as they wait to buy staple items, in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLP
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas August...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas
People queue to buy staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLF
August 06, 2015
A woman carries bags with toilet paper rolls as people queue to buy staple items at a Makro supermarket...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman carries bags with toilet paper rolls as people queue to buy staple items at a Makro supermarket...
A woman carries bags with toilet paper rolls as people queue to buy staple items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLE
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy staple items outside Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy staple items outside Makro supermarket in Caracas
People queue to buy staple items outside Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLC
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy staple items in the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy staple items in the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket...
People queue to buy staple items in the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCLA
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy staple items outside state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy staple items outside state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas
People queue to buy staple items outside state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCKL
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice, next to empty shelves inside a Makro supermarket...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice, next to empty shelves inside a Makro supermarket...
People queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice, next to empty shelves inside a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCKK
August 06, 2015
People are pictured past empty refrigerators as they queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice inside...
Caracas, Venezuela
People are pictured past empty refrigerators as they queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice inside...
People are pictured past empty refrigerators as they queue to buy toilet paper, detergent and rice inside a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCKJ
August 06, 2015
A woman walks between empty shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman walks between empty shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas
A woman walks between empty shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCKI
August 06, 2015
People queue to buy staple items at the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy staple items at the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket...
People queue to buy staple items at the underground parking lot of a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCK7
August 06, 2015
A woman sits on bags of rice after making purchases at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman sits on bags of rice after making purchases at a Makro supermarket in Caracas
A woman sits on bags of rice after making purchases at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCK5
August 06, 2015
A woman buys staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas August 4, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman buys staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas
A woman buys staple items in a Mercal, a subsidized state-run street market, in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCK4
August 06, 2015
A man leans on an empty shelf at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man leans on an empty shelf at a Makro supermarket in Caracas
A man leans on an empty shelf at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCIY
August 06, 2015
People queue to pay for their items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to pay for their items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas
People queue to pay for their items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCIW
August 06, 2015
A woman is pictured past empty refrigerator shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman is pictured past empty refrigerator shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas
A woman is pictured past empty refrigerator shelves at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. The word on the shelf reads "Cheeses". Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCIU
August 06, 2015
A woman carries a plastic bag as people queue to purchase staple items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Woman carries a plastic bag as people queue to purchase staple items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas...
A woman carries a plastic bag as people queue to purchase staple items at a Makro supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-LOOTING/
RTX1NCIP
August 06, 2015
People wait in a line outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan...
Caracas, Venezuela
People wait in a line outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas
People wait in a line outside a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas August 4, 2015. Venezuelan supermarkets are increasingly being targeted by looters, as swollen lines and prolonged food shortages spark frustration in the OPEC nation struggling with an economic crisis. Shoppers routinely spend hours in lines to buy consumer staples ranging from corn flour to laundry soap, turning lines into venues for shoving matches and now more frequent attempts to plunder shops. Picture taken on August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
USA-POLICE/BALTIMORE
RTX1AJWJ
April 28, 2015
Baltimore police officers tackle and arrest looters after they emerged from a "Deals" store with merchandise...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Baltimore police officers tackle and arrest looters after they emerged from a "Deals" store with merchandise...
Baltimore police officers tackle and arrest looters after they emerged from a "Deals" store with merchandise during clashes between rioters and police in Baltimore, Maryland April 27, 2015. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the violence in Baltimore, his office said on Monday. Several Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday in violent clashes with young people after the funeral of a black man, Freddie Gray, who died in police custody, and local law enforcement warned of a threat by gangs. REUTERS/Jim Bourg TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
News
News
Foreign Owned Shops Looted in S.Africa - 05 Feb 2015
9 PICTURES
SAFRICA-PROTEST/
RTR4O7H2
February 04, 2015
Locals push a freezer after looting it from a shop, believed to be owned by a foreigner, during service...
RANDFONTIEN, South Africa
Locals push a freezer after looting it from a shop, believed to be owned by a foreigner, during service...
Locals push a freezer after looting it from a shop, believed to be owned by a foreigner, during service delivery protests in Mohlakeng, west of Johannesburg, February 4, 2015. Local media reported that violence broke out on Wednesday morning when locals barricaded roads and burnt tyres during a service delivery protest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SAFRICA-PROTEST/
RTR4O7BE
February 04, 2015
Locals react as they are shot at by a policeman (not in the picture) while looting from a shop, believed...
RANDFONTEIN, South Africa
Locals react as they are shot at by a policeman while looting from a shop during service delivery protests...
Locals react as they are shot at by a policeman (not in the picture) while looting from a shop, believed to be owned by a foreigner, during service delivery protests in Mohlakeng, west of Johannesburg February 4, 2015. Local media reported that violence broke out on Wednesday morning when locals barricaded roads and burnt tyres during a service delivery protest. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAI1
January 28, 2015
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January...
Madrid, Spain
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAHW
January 28, 2015
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January...
Madrid, Spain
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAHN
January 28, 2015
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January...
Madrid, Spain
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAGT
January 28, 2015
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January...
Madrid, Spain
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid
Egyptian archaeological objects are displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAGS
January 28, 2015
A man stands near an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at the archaeological...
Madrid, Spain
A man stands near an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at the archaeological...
A man stands near an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAGA
January 28, 2015
A Spanish civil guards holds an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at...
Madrid, Spain
A Spanish civil guards holds an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at...
A Spanish civil guards holds an Egyptian archaeological object during a presentation to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CRIME/
RTR4NAFV
January 28, 2015
Two Spanish civil guards point at Egyptian archaeological objects displayed to the media at the archaeological...
Madrid, Spain
Two Spanish civil guards point at Egyptian archaeological objects displayed to the media at the archaeological...
Two Spanish civil guards point at Egyptian archaeological objects displayed to the media at the archaeological museum in Madrid January 28, 2015. An operation by civil guards recovered at the Valencia port, 36 pieces possibly plundered from the Egyptian archaeological sites of Saqqara and Mit Rahina. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-CRIME/
RTR4MISD
January 22, 2015
Locals run with items from a shop believed to be owned by a foreigner, in Soweto January 22, 2015. Local...
Soweto, South Africa
Locals run with items from a shop believed to be owned by a foreigner, in Soweto
Locals run with items from a shop believed to be owned by a foreigner, in Soweto January 22, 2015. Local media reported that violence broke out on Monday after a 14-year-old South African was allegedly shot dead by a foreign shop owner. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
BURKINA-POLITICS/
RTR4CCDT
October 31, 2014
People carry a couch looted from the house belonging to Francois, younger brother of Burkina Faso's ex-President...
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
People carry a couch looted from the house belonging to Francois, younger brother of Burkina Faso's ex-President...
People carry a couch looted from the house belonging to Francois, younger brother of Burkina Faso's ex-President Blaise Compaore, in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, October 31, 2014. General Honore Traore, the head of Burkina Faso's armed forces, took power on Friday after Compaore resigned amid mass demonstrations against an attempt to extend his 27-year rule in the West African country. REUTERS/Joe Penney (BURKINA FASO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BURKINA-POLITICS/
RTR4CBA2
October 31, 2014
An anti-government protester wears a sash taken from the looted parliament building in Ouagadougou, capital...
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
An anti-government protester wears a sash taken from the looted parliament building in Ouagadougou
An anti-government protester wears a sash taken from the looted parliament building in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, October 31, 2014. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Burkina Faso on Friday to press President Blaise Compaore to step down, a day after the army dissolved parliament and announced a transitional government in the face of violent mass protests. REUTERS/Joe Penney (BURKINA FASO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BURKINA-POLITICS/
RTR4C8ZB
October 30, 2014
People load goods looted from a building, which according to locals, belongs to Francois Compaore,?the...
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
People load goods looted from a building, which according to locals, belongs to Francois Compaore,?the...
People load goods looted from a building, which according to locals, belongs to Francois Compaore,?the younger brother of Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore, in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, October 30, 2014. Burkina Faso's Compaore declared a state of emergency on Thursday and pledged to open talks with the opposition, local radio reported, in a bid to defuse protests sparked by his attempt to extend his 27-year rule. REUTERS/Joe Penney (BURKINA FASO - Tags: POLITICS VIOLENCE CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-CRISIS/BRITAIN
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October 14, 2014
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital...
Arbil, Iraq
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter IS, which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. Picture taken October 13, 2014. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
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October 13, 2014
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital...
Arbil, Iraq
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter IS, which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
MIDEAST-CRISIS/BRITAIN
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October 13, 2014
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond (front) meets with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters during a training...
Arbil, Iraq
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond meets with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters during a training session...
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond (front) meets with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters during a training session on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq, October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter Islamic State (IS), which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
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October 13, 2014
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital...
Arbil, Iraq
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter IS, which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
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October 13, 2014
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital...
Arbil, Iraq
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter Islamic State (IS), which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
MIDEAST-CRISIS/BRITAIN
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October 13, 2014
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital...
Arbil, Iraq
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil
British soldiers train Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on how to use a heavy machine gun in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq October 13, 2014. British soldiers are in Iraq training Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Britain has supplied machine guns, but the Kurds say they need heavier weapons such as tanks and attack helicopters to counter Islamic State (IS), which plundered Iraqi arms depots after seizing control of the northern city of Mosul in June. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
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August 16, 2014
Masked individuals carry items out of a liquor store, during on-going demonstrations to protest against...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Masked individuals carry items out of a liquor store, during on-going demonstrations to protest against...
Masked individuals carry items out of a liquor store, during on-going demonstrations to protest against the shooting of Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri, August 16, 2014. Protesters in Ferguson said late on Friday on Twitter that police had fired tear gas at a crowd protesting over the police shooting death of Brown, an unarmed black teen. The reported outbreak late Friday evening came after almost a week of nighttime clashes between local police and protesters saw a 24-hour break as those police forces were replaced by state police led by an African-American captain. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
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July 11, 2014
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (R), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, is escorted out by security personnel...
Quezon, Philippines
Senator Enrile, who faces plunder and graft charges, is escorted out by security personnel after attending...
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (R), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, is escorted out by security personnel after attending a court hearing at the Sandiganbayan court in Quezon city, east of Manila July 11, 2014. On Friday, the court entered a not guilty plea in Enrile's arraignment. He is under arrest at a police hospital, because of his old age and poor health. REUTERS/Ritchie B. Tongo/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
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July 11, 2014
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (C), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, waves at a court hearing at the...
Quezon, Philippines
Senator Enrile, who faces plunder and graft charges, waves at a court hearing at the Sandiganbayan court...
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (C), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, waves at a court hearing at the Sandiganbayan court in Quezon city, east of Manila July 11, 2014. On Friday, the court entered a not guilty plea in Enrile's arraignment. He is under arrest at a police hospital, because of his old age and poor health. REUTERS/Ritchie B. Tongo/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
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July 11, 2014
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (C), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, attends a court hearing at the...
Quezon, Philippines
Senator Enrile, who faces plunder and graft charges, attends a court hearing at the Sandiganbayan court...
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile (C), 90, who faces plunder and graft charges, attends a court hearing at the Sandiganbayan court in Quezon city, east of Manila July 11, 2014. On Friday, the court entered a not guilty plea in Enrile's arraignment. He is under arrest at a police hospital, because of his old age and poor health. REUTERS/Ritchie B. Tongo/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
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