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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE-COPPERMASK
RTS37V93
April 01, 2020
Ricardo, an industrial designer, holds reusable material to make 3D printer filaments at the Center for...
Santiago, Chile
Ricardo, an industrial designer, holds reusable material to make 3D printer filaments at the Center for...
Ricardo, an industrial designer, holds reusable material to make 3D printer filaments at the Center for Innovation and Advanced Design, during a preventive quarantine after the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santiago, Chile, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE-COPPERMASK
RTS37V8Y
April 01, 2020
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3D printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced...
Santiago, Chile
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3d printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced...
Ricardo, an industrial designer, changes a 3D printer cartridge, at the Center for Innovation and Advanced Design, during a preventive quarantine after the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Santiago, Chile, on April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
MALTA-BUSINESS/
RTX5X99V
April 24, 2018
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue...
Zejtun, Malta
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue...
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue Malta at Bulebel Industrial Estate in Zejtun, Malta April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
MALTA-BUSINESS/
RTX5X98P
April 24, 2018
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue...
Zejtun, Malta
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue...
A wide web offset printer is seen at a new EUR 27 million product authentication facility at De La Rue Malta at Bulebel Industrial Estate in Zejtun, Malta April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GERMANY-INDUSTRY/
RTS13MZT
April 24, 2017
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser shows Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and German Chancellor Angela Merkel a...
Hanover, Germany
Media tour at Hannover Fair, the world's biggest industrial fair in Hanover
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser shows Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and German Chancellor Angela Merkel a 3d printer at the Siemens booth during a media tour at the world's biggest industrial fair, "Hannover Fair", in Hanover, Germany, April 24, 2017. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
GERMANY-INDUSTRY/
RTS13MXO
April 24, 2017
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser shows Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and German Chancellor Angela Merkel a...
Hanover, Germany
Media tour at Hannover Fair, the world's biggest industrial fair in Hanover
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser shows Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and German Chancellor Angela Merkel a 3d printer at the Siemens booth during a media tour at the world's biggest industrial fair, "Hannover Fair", in Hanover, Germany, April 24, 2017. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX2JQGJ
July 05, 2016
Employees gather near a digital printer during the production of traffic signs at a factory of KrasDorZnak,...
VOZNESENKA, Russia
Employees gather near a digital printer during the production of traffic signs at a factory of KrasDorZnak,...
Employees gather near a digital printer during the production of traffic signs at a factory of KrasDorZnak, a trading industrial company, in the Siberian village of Voznesenka, in the Beryozovsky district of Krasnoyarsk region, Russia July 4, 2016. Picture taken July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
ELECTRONICS-FAIR/
RTX1QQOA
September 02, 2015
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin
A 3D printer da Vinci 1.0 AiO of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
ELECTRONICS-FAIR/
RTX1QQNZ
September 02, 2015
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics...
Berlin, Germany
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics...
A chocolate bear printed with a 3D food printer of the company XYZprinting is seen the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany, September 2, 2015. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
CHINA-ENVIRONMENT/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1IUPY
July 03, 2015
Workers illegally distribute old computers and printers to others for future recycling outside the government...
GUIYU, China
Wider Image: World's Largest Electronics Waste Dump
Workers illegally distribute old computers and printers to others for future recycling outside the government designated recycling centre, at the township of Guiyu in China's southern Guangdong province June 8, 2015. The town of Guiyu in the economic powerhouse of Guangdong province in China has long been known as one of the world’s largest electronic waste dump sites. At its peak, some 5,000 workshops in the village recycle 15,000 tonnes of waste daily including hard drives, mobile phones, computer screens and computers shipped in from across the world. Many of the workers, however, work in poorly ventilated workshops with little protective gear, prying open discarded electronics with their bare hands. Plastic circuit boards are also melted down to salvage bits of valuable metals such as gold, copper and aluminum. As a result, large amounts of pollutants, heavy metals and chemicals are released into the rivers nearby, severely contaminating local water supplies, devastating farm harvests and damaging the health of residents. The stench of burnt plastic envelops the small town of Guiyu, while some rivers are black with industrial effluent. According to research conducted by Southern China’s Shantou University, Guiyu’s air and water is heavily contaminated by toxic metal particles. As a result, children living there have abnormally high levels of lead in their blood, the study found. While most of the e-waste was once imported into China and processed in Guiyu, much more of the discarded e-waste now comes from within China as the country grows in affluence. China now produces 6.1 million metric tonnes of e-waste a year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, second only to the U.S with 7.2 million tonnes. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR3IBKC
March 24, 2014
A worker operates a machine to print banners of India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)...
Ghaziabad, India
A worker operates a machine to print banners of India's main opposition BJP ahead of the 2014 general...
A worker operates a machine to print banners of India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of the 2014 general elections in Ghaziabad, on the outskirts of New Delhi, March 24, 2014. The world's largest democracy goes to the ballot box next month. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MYANMAR/
RTX13VTX
September 23, 2013
A worker arranges pages of the International Herald Tribune newspaper, which is printed for the first...
Yangon, Myanmar
A worker arranges pages of the International Herald Tribune newspaper, which is printed for the first...
A worker arranges pages of the International Herald Tribune newspaper, which is printed for the first time in Myanmar, in Yangon September 23, 2013. The International Herald Tribune, which is the global edition of the New York Times, is the first international newspaper to be both printed and distributed in Myanmar, local media reported. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
ISRAEL/
RTR3C10V
January 01, 2013
An employee holds sheets of newly printed ballots in preparation for Israel's upcoming January 22 national...
Jerusalem, Israel
An employee holds sheets of newly printed ballots in preparation for Israel's upcoming January 22 national...
An employee holds sheets of newly printed ballots in preparation for Israel's upcoming January 22 national elections, at a warehouse in Jerusalem January 1, 2013. REUTER/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
SOUTH-SUDAN/RADIO
RTR34VJE
July 12, 2012
A worker is seen reading a copy of The Citizen newspaper during a print run for the title late at night...
Juba, South Sudan
A worker is seen reading a copy of The Citizen newspaper during a print run for the title late at night...
A worker is seen reading a copy of The Citizen newspaper during a print run for the title late at night in a warehouse in Juba, May 22, 2012. The Citizen was founded in 2006, one year after southern Sudan won a much larger measure of autonomy that led them on the path to independence. Its circulation, though only around 5,000, is the biggest in the young nation. It is also one of the few newspapers that is printed in the country. Most others are printed in neighbouring Uganda. Picture taken May 22, 2012. To match Special Report SOUTH-SUDAN/RADIO REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY MEDIA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/PRISONERS
RTR2SP48
October 16, 2011
A Palestinian prints posters in preparation for a prisoner swap between Hamas and Israel, in Gaza City...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian prints posters in preparation for a prisoner swap between Hamas and Israe in Gaza
A Palestinian prints posters in preparation for a prisoner swap between Hamas and Israel, in Gaza City October 16, 2011. Israel on Sunday made public the names of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners it will free in exchange for soldier Gilad Shalit as part of a deal it reached with Hamas. The posters read, "Loyalty to the free". REUTERS/ Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2PUSW
August 12, 2011
A boy arranges the national flags of Pakistan at a printing press for sale ahead of Pakistan's Independence...
Lahore, Pakistan
A boy arranges the national flags of Pakistan at a printing press for sale in Lahore
A boy arranges the national flags of Pakistan at a printing press for sale ahead of Pakistan's Independence Day, in Lahore August 12, 2011. Pakistan will mark the 64th independence day from British rule on August 14. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ANNIVERSARY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2L6HD
April 13, 2011
A labourer works by candlelight during a power outage at a printing press shop in Karachi April 13, 2011....
Karachi, Pakistan
A labourer works by candlelight during a power outage at a printing press shop in Karachi
A labourer works by candlelight during a power outage at a printing press shop in Karachi April 13, 2011. The Karachi Electric Supply Company announced power outages in the city would increase due to maintenance work, local media reported. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: ENERGY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR2KWU6
April 07, 2011
A mural is seen on the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, Michigan April 5, 2011. The city is a part...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
A mural is seen on the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, Michigan
A mural is seen on the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, Michigan April 5, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rust Belt", the heartland of the country and home to big unionized manufacturers like the auto and steel industries. Once home to Murray Manufacturing Company, the once abandoned facility is now home to artists, printers, craftspeople, companies and the Russell Bazaar shopping area. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTR25A1O
July 03, 2009
A worker checks freshly printed covers of Michael Jackson's 'Dangerous' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress'...
HOEFEN, Austria
A worker checks covers of Michael Jackson's 'Dangerous' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress' factory in Hoefen...
A worker checks freshly printed covers of Michael Jackson's 'Dangerous' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress' factory in Hoefen July 3, 2009. ArtPress, who produces CD booklets for european customers, has printed more than 1.5 million Michael Jackson CD booklets in the last three days due to the increase in demand since the death of the pop star last Thursday. REUTERS/ Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR25A1H
July 03, 2009
A worker checks freshly printed covers of Michael Jackson's 'The Essential' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress'...
HOEFEN, Austria
A worker checks covers of Michael Jackson's 'The Essential' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress' factory in...
A worker checks freshly printed covers of Michael Jackson's 'The Essential' CD in the Austrian 'ArtPress' factory in Hoefen July 3, 2009. ArtPress, who produces CD booklets for european customers, has printed more than 1.5 million Michael Jackson CD booklets in the last three days due to the increase in demand since the death of the pop star last Thursday. REUTERS/ Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA ENTERTAINMENT)
INDONESIA
RTR24I0V
June 10, 2009
A worker inspects ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker inspects ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta...
A worker inspects ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta June 10, 2009. Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is leading rivals Jusuf Kalla and Megawati Sukarnoputri ahead of July's presidential elections, although his lead has narrowed, two polls showed on Monday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDONESIA
RTR24I0R
June 10, 2009
A worker holds ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker holds ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta...
A worker holds ballot papers for the Indonesian presidential election at a printing office in Jakarta June 10, 2009. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is leading rivals Jusuf Kalla and Megawati Sukarnoputri ahead of July's presidential elections, although his lead has narrowed, two polls showed on Monday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
FRANCE/
RTXEJIB
April 29, 2009
An employee at France's National Stamp Printing Plant monitors freshly printed stamps on the production...
Perigueux, France
An employee at France's National Stamp Printing Plant monitors freshly printed stamps on the production...
An employee at France's National Stamp Printing Plant monitors freshly printed stamps on the production line in Perigueux, southwestern France, April 29, 2009. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE SOCIETY)
INDONESIA-EXECUTION/
RTXAB7F
November 06, 2008
A worker monitors prints of posters of Bali bomber Imam Samudra at a printing shop owned by Samudra's...
Banten, Indonesia
A worker monitors prints of posters of Bali bomber Imam Samudra at a printing shop in Banten
A worker monitors prints of posters of Bali bomber Imam Samudra at a printing shop owned by Samudra's relative in Banten, West Java November 6, 2008. The attorney general's office has said the three militants-- Imam Samudra, Mukhlas and Amrozi--would be executed in early November for their role in the 2002 nightclub bombings on the resort island in which 202 people died. The headline on the posters read, "Free Imam Samudra". REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
PALESTINIANS-USA/ELECTION
RTXAAA1
November 05, 2008
Palestinian workers stack freshly printed copies of Palestinian daily newspaper al-Quds with U.S. President-elect...
ATAROT, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian workers stack freshly printed newspapers in Atarot
Palestinian workers stack freshly printed copies of Palestinian daily newspaper al-Quds with U.S. President-elect Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) pictured on the front page, in Atarot in the West Bank near Jerusalem November 5, 2008. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (WEST BANK) US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN 2008
PAKISTAN-POWER/
RTX9U13
October 23, 2008
A printing press worker waits to start his work, which was interrupted due to power cuts, in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
A printing press worker waits to start his work, which was interrupted due to power cuts, in Karachi
A printing press worker waits to start his work, which was interrupted due to power cuts, in Karachi October 23, 2008. A major power outage hit Pakistan's commercial capital, Karachi, on Wednesday after the city's main power lines tripped because of an overload, an official from the city's electricity supplier said. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
CHINA-BIBLES/
RTR1YJLX
March 20, 2008
A worker piles up newly printed Chinese language Bible books at the end of the production line of Amity...
Nanjing, China
A worker piles up newly printed Chinese language Bible books at the end of the production line of Amity...
A worker piles up newly printed Chinese language Bible books at the end of the production line of Amity Printing factory in Nanjing, Jiangsu province January 16, 2008. Amity, China's biggest Bible producer has made over 5 million Bibles for officially recognised Chinese churches in the past two years and exported about 5 million in roughly 75 languages. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA-BIBLES/
RTR1VVSS
January 16, 2008
A worker checks for rejects from a batch of newly printed pages of Bible books in the production line...
Nanjing, China
A worker checks for rejects from a batch of newly printed pages in production line of Amity Printing...
A worker checks for rejects from a batch of newly printed pages of Bible books in the production line of Amity Printing factory in Nanjing, Jiangsu province January 16, 2008. Amity, China's biggest Bible producer has made over 5 million Bibles for officially recognised Chinese churches in the past two years and has exported about 5 million in roughly 75 languages. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
SMOKINGBAN-ENGLAND/COMPANIES
RTR1RAMX
June 29, 2007
A printer lays a no smoking sign alongside others at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford in eastern...
BISHOPS STORTFORD, United Kingdom
A printer lays a no smoking sign alongside others at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford eastern...
A printer lays a no smoking sign alongside others at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford in eastern England, June 29, 2007. With a ban on smoking in all enclosed public spaces coming into force in England on July 1, 2007 analysts predict nightclubs, casinos and bingo firms will be hardest hit while restaurants will be the biggest beneficiaries. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN
RTR1RA9E
June 29, 2007
Printer Jason Hinks measures no smoking signs at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford eastern England,...
BISHOPS STORTFORD, United Kingdom
Printer Hinks measures no smoking signs at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford eastern England
Printer Jason Hinks measures no smoking signs at First Safety Signs in Bishops Stortford eastern England, June 28, 2007. With a ban on smoking in all enclosed public spaces coming into force in England on July 1, 2007 analysts predict nightclubs, casinos and bingo firms will be hardest hit while restaurants will be the biggest beneficiaries. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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