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NESTLE-COFFEE/FACTORY
RTX75A2A
September 30, 2019
Recently-harvested coffee fruits are pictured at a plantation in Tepezonapa, in Veracruz state, Mexico,...
TEPEZONAPA, Mexico
Recently-harvested coffee fruits are pictured at a plantation in Tepezonapa
Recently-harvested coffee fruits are pictured at a plantation in Tepezonapa, in Veracruz state, Mexico, August 14, 2019. Picture taken Agosto 14, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
GERMANY-WEATHER/ASPARAGUS
RTS2EC14
March 22, 2019
The first asparagus is harvested at the Tannenhof farm of Rolf Meinhardt in Weiterstadt near Frankfurt,...
Weiterstadt, Germany
The first asparagus is harvested at the Tannenhof farm of Rolf Meinhardt in Weiterstadt near Frankfurt...
The first asparagus is harvested at the Tannenhof farm of Rolf Meinhardt in Weiterstadt near Frankfurt, Germany, March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GHANA-DAILYLIFE/
RTS280D6
November 28, 2018
Fish are seen on a tray before they are smoked for sale in Jamestown, Accra, Ghana November 28, 2018....
Accra, Ghana
Fish are seen on a tray before they are smoked for sale in Jamestown, Accra
Fish are seen on a tray before they are smoked for sale in Jamestown, Accra, Ghana November 28, 2018. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
USA-BUSINESS/
RTS27RW7
November 27, 2018
A cup of coffee is pictured on a table in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., November...
New York, UNITED STATES
A cup of coffee is pictured on a table in the Manhattan borough of New York City
A cup of coffee is pictured on a table in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., November 27, 2018. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
SOUTHKOREA-FESTIVAL/KIMCHI
RTX6HIMJ
November 02, 2018
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival...
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival in central Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FESTIVAL/KIMCHI
RTX6HIMF
November 02, 2018
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival...
A woman makes traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, during the Seoul Kimchi Festival in central Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
USA-TRADE/APPLES
RTS201XW
September 04, 2018
Golden Delicious apples on the tree are pictured at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee, Washington, U.S.,...
Wenatchee, UNITED STATES
Golden Delicious apples on the tree are pictured at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee
Golden Delicious apples on the tree are pictured at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee, Washington, U.S., September 2, 2018. Picture taken September 2, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
USA-TRADE/APPLES
RTS201XR
September 04, 2018
Owner Floyd Stutzman inspects some Golden Delicious apples on the tree about a week before opening their...
Wenatchee, UNITED STATES
Stutzman inspects Golden Delicious apples on the tree at Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee
Owner Floyd Stutzman inspects some Golden Delicious apples on the tree about a week before opening their apple orchards for U-picking at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee, Washington, U.S., September 2, 2018. Picture taken September 2, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
USA-TRADE/APPLES
RTS201XP
September 04, 2018
Fuji apples are pictured about a week before being ready to harvest during U-picking at the Stutzman...
Wenatchee, UNITED STATES
Fuji apples at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee
Fuji apples are pictured about a week before being ready to harvest during U-picking at the Stutzman Ranch near Wenatchee, Washington, U.S., September 2, 2018. Picture taken September 2, 2018. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/
RTX66ZBO
May 31, 2018
One week's worth of plastic waste, used and collected by the Downie family, is displayed in Pitlochry,...
PITLOCHRY, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Families around the world join war on plastic
One week's worth of plastic waste, used and collected by the Downie family, is displayed in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain, May 28, 2018. "We recycle what we can, and try to minimise waste generally, including food which is composted," said Karen. "Even the plastic that is recycled will ultimately have an impact. Discarded plastic does not decompose and presents a serious and irreversible long-term threat to the health of our planet, and more immediately to animals which should enjoy pristine habitats," she added. "Alternatives do already exist in many cases, but it seems are simply not widely offered because plastic offers cheap convenience. Manufacturers, retailers and governments need to do more to drive the necessary decline in use of plastic." REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/
RTX66ZBI
May 31, 2018
Karen Downie (2nd R) and her family pose for a portrait in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain, May 27, 2018....
PITLOCHRY, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Families around the world join war on plastic
Karen Downie (2nd R) and her family pose for a portrait in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain, May 27, 2018. "We recycle what we can, and try to minimise waste generally, including food which is composted," said Karen. "Even the plastic that is recycled will ultimately have an impact. Discarded plastic does not decompose and presents a serious and irreversible long-term threat to the health of our planet, and more immediately to animals which should enjoy pristine habitats," she added. "Alternatives do already exist in many cases, but it seems are simply not widely offered because plastic offers cheap convenience. Manufacturers, retailers and governments need to do more to drive the necessary decline in use of plastic." REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/
RTX66ZA9
May 31, 2018
A combination photo shows the Downie family (top) and one week's worth of plastic waste they have collected,...
PITLOCHRY, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Families around the world join war on plastic
A combination photo shows the Downie family (top) and one week's worth of plastic waste they have collected, in Pitlochry, Scotland, Britain, May 27, 2018. "We recycle what we can, and try to minimise waste generally, including food which is composted," said Karen. "Even the plastic that is recycled will ultimately have an impact. Discarded plastic does not decompose and presents a serious and irreversible long-term threat to the health of our planet, and more immediately to animals which should enjoy pristine habitats," she added. "Alternatives do already exist in many cases, but it seems are simply not widely offered because plastic offers cheap convenience. Manufacturers, retailers and governments need to do more to drive the necessary decline in use of plastic." REUTERS/Russell Cheyne SEARCH "GLOBAL PLASTIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
AUSTRIA-WEATHER/
RTX5TX31
April 20, 2018
Red tulips bloom during a sunny spring day at Prater park in Vienna, Austria, April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi...
Vienna, Austria
Spring in Vienna
Red tulips bloom during a sunny spring day at Prater park in Vienna, Austria, April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
MEXICO-ECONOMY/
RTX477BG
January 09, 2018
Limes are pictured at a market stall in Mexico City, Mexico January 9, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
Mexico City, Mexico
Limes are pictured at a market stall in Mexico City
Limes are pictured at a market stall in Mexico City, Mexico January 9, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
Wider Image
Wider Image
London life laid bare in rubbish along the Thames
20 PICTURES
BRITAIN-THAMES/
RTS1IPG8
November 06, 2017
Bones, a mouldy hot water bottle, a pair of rusty pliers and a pristine pair of women's pants are among...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: London life laid bare in rubbish along the Thames
Bones, a mouldy hot water bottle, a pair of rusty pliers and a pristine pair of women's pants are among the eclectic cast-offs Reuters photographer Stefan Wermuth has found along the River Thames. Wermuth spent two months collecting items along the riverside to give a snapshot of the litter that finds its way into the waterway that runs through the heart of London. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "WERMUTH OBJETS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRITAIN-THAMES/
INDIA-GANGES/
RTX3ASCJ
July 10, 2017
India's holy Ganges begins as a crystal clear river high in the icy Himalayas but pollution and excessive...
Varanasi, India
The Wider Image: Dying "Mother Ganges": holy river succumbs to pollution
India's holy Ganges begins as a crystal clear river high in the icy Himalayas but pollution and excessive usage transforms it into toxic sludge on its journey through burgeoning cities, industrial hubs and past millions of devotees. Worshipped by a billion Hindus and a water source for 400 million, "Mother Ganga" is dying, despite decades of government efforts to save it. Thousands of Indians immerse themselves and idols of their gods every day, believing a dip in the Ganges absolves a lifetime of sins. People drink the water and use it for crops. But the pristine waters soon become a distant memory as the 2,525 km-long Ganges snakes its way down to the densely populated plains of north India, where too much water is sucked out to maintain a healthy flow. Sliding under bridges in the industrial city of Kanpur, the water's colour turns dark grey. Industrial waste and sewage pour in from open drains, as clouds of foam float on its surface. At one stretch, the river turns red. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "SIDDIQUI GANGES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: INDIA-GANGES/
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS181QU
June 21, 2017
A waiter serves beer in the traditional Schweizerhaus beer garden in Vienna, Austria June 21, 2017. ...
Vienna, Austria
A waiter serves beer in the traditional Schweizerhaus beer garden in Vienna
A waiter serves beer in the traditional Schweizerhaus beer garden in Vienna, Austria June 21, 2017. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
GLOBAL-RETAIL/
RTX35XNQ
May 15, 2017
Fresh sea bass are seen at Rialto Market in Venice, Italy May 13, 2017. Picture taken May 13, 2017. REUTERS/Stefano...
Venice, Italy
Fresh sea bass are seen at Rialto Market in Venice
Fresh sea bass are seen at Rialto Market in Venice, Italy May 13, 2017. Picture taken May 13, 2017. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
ITALY-/
RTS8XUX
March 02, 2016
Tortellini's a traditional Italian pasta from Bologna are seen in a deli shop downtown on March 1, 2016....
Bologna, Italy
Tortellini's a traditional Italian pasta from Bologna are seen in a deli shop downtown
Tortellini's a traditional Italian pasta from Bologna are seen in a deli shop downtown on March 1, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2222T
January 12, 2016
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit,...
London, United Kingdom
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit,...
An arrow-head discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is displayed by one of the team uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2222O
January 12, 2016
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University...
London, United Kingdom
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University...
A piece of timber from a house, unearthed by archaeologists is displayed by a member of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22229
January 12, 2016
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is...
London, United Kingdom
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is...
A clay pot discovered in 2006 by Archaeologists of the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, is displayed while they uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221I
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221F
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2221E
January 12, 2016
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are...
London, United Kingdom
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are...
A clay pot is unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, who are currently uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220R
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220Q
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220L
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220J
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220H
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses,...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovers Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX2220A
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22208
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, arranges sample bags filled with earth, during the excavation of Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX22207
January 12, 2016
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, shovels earth while uncovering...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologist from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, shovels earth while uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZR
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZM
January 12, 2016
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from...
London, United Kingdom
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden...
An archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, places a piece of timber, from an uncovered Bronze Age house, and preserved in silt, into a water pool at a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZL
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZK
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZI
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZG
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZC
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221ZB
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-ARCHAEOLOGY-BRONZEAGE
RTX221WF
January 12, 2016
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses,...
London, United Kingdom
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncovering Bronze Age wooden houses,...
Archaeologists from the University of Cambridge Archaeological Unit, uncover Bronze Age wooden houses, preserved in silt, from a quarry near Peterborough, Britain, January 12, 2016. Archaeologists said on Tuesday they had discovered what were believed to be the best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain, providing an extraordinary insight into prehistoric life from 3,000 years ago. The settlement of large circular wooden houses, built on stilts, collapsed in a fire and plunged into a river where it was preserved in silts leaving them in pristine condition, Historic England said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT-EARTHPRINTS-MEXICO/
RTS6LPD
November 12, 2015
A woman takes pictures on a beach in Cancun, August 15, 2015. In the high season from about December...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
A woman takes pictures on a beach in Cancun, August 15, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido PICTURE 9 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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November 12, 2015
Tourists pose for a selfie on a beach in Cancun, August 15, 2015. In the high season from about December...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
Tourists pose for a selfie on a beach in Cancun, August 15, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido PICTURE 8 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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November 12, 2015
Men pose for a picture on a beach in Cancun, August 11, 2015. In the high season from about December...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
Men pose for a picture on a beach in Cancun, August 11, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. Cancun is also popular with Mexicans. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 10 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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November 12, 2015
Dancers perform at a nightclub while a group of tourists speak in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
Dancers perform at a nightclub while a group of tourists speak in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoPICTURE 22 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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November 12, 2015
A view of a hotel in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April,...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
A view of a hotel in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoPICTURE 18 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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November 12, 2015
A tourist buys a hot dog on a street in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
A tourist buys a hot dog on a street in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. Cancun is also popular with Mexicans. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoPICTURE 21 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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November 12, 2015
Tourists dance at a nightclub in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
Tourists dance at a nightclub in Cancun, October 12, 2015. In the high season from about December to early April, tourists from the United States, Europe and further afield crowd the resort to swim and snorkel off usually pristine white beaches, party in the resort's many nightclubs and play golf. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoPICTURE 23 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 21, 2015
Daniel Whittle, Cuba's program director from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) attends a news conference...
Havana, Cuba
Daniel Whittle, Cuba's program director from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) attends a news conference...
Daniel Whittle, Cuba's program director from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) attends a news conference in Havana, October 21, 2015. Cuba on Wednesday launched an initiative to protect sharks in some of the most pristine habitat for the predators whose populations have been in steep decline. The action plan, reached through two years of collaborative research with the New York-based Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), will impose size and capture limits on fishermen, set aside protected areas and create closed seasons for shark-fishing, officials said.The Cuban government has recognized its special place in the world of sharks as scientists believe nearly 100 of the world's 500 shark species swim in Cuban waters, sustained by a relatively healthy coral reefs, the EDF says. REUTERS/Stringer
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
RTX1LZJQ
July 27, 2015
A vendor pulls his ice cream cart past beachgoers on La Pe?a del Perro beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico,...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A vendor pulls his ice cream cart past beachgoers in San Juan
A vendor pulls his ice cream cart past beachgoers on La Pe?a del Perro beach in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Pedestrians pass an abandoned hotel in the tourist area of San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Pedestrians pass an abandoned hotel in the tourist area of San Juan
Pedestrians pass an abandoned hotel in the tourist area of San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Tourist Cindy Huyzen (R) poses for her husband Michael Huyzen while visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico, July...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists visit San Juan
Tourist Cindy Huyzen (R) poses for her husband Michael Huyzen while visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 19, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 19, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Tourists visit the dock area of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 19, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists visit the dock area of Old San Juan
Tourists visit the dock area of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 19, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 19, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
RTX1LZIQ
July 27, 2015
Tourists visit Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists visit Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan
Tourists visit Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Tourists Katie Lyon (R) and her husband Bruce Lyon of the U.S. state of Georgia, visit Fort San Felipe...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists visit Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan
Tourists Katie Lyon (R) and her husband Bruce Lyon of the U.S. state of Georgia, visit Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Tourists walk in front of Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists walk in front of Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan
Tourists walk in front of Fort San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
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July 27, 2015
Tourists react to a flock of pigeons as they visit Parque de las Palomas in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tourists react to a flock of pigeons as they visit Parque de las Palomas in San Juan
Tourists react to a flock of pigeons as they visit Parque de las Palomas in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
RTX1LZHM
July 27, 2015
A view of the empty swimming pool and the outside of the luxury Normandie Hotel, closed since 2008, in...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A view of the empty swimming pool and the outside of the luxury Normandie Hotel in San Juan
A view of the empty swimming pool and the outside of the luxury Normandie Hotel, closed since 2008, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 18, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 18, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
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