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DISABILITY-DAY/GREECE
RTS28P82
December 03, 2018
A physically disabled protester on a wheelchair takes part in a demonstration marking the International...
Athens, Greece
A physically disabled protester on a wheelchair takes part in a demonstration marking the International...
A physically disabled protester on a wheelchair takes part in a demonstration marking the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, in Athens, Greece December 3, 2018. REUTERS/Costas Baltas
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSQ
May 26, 2017
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology,...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSM
May 26, 2017
Graduate student and U.S. Air Force veteran Jenny D’Olympia speaks to Reuters at William James College...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Jenny D’Olympia speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Graduate student and U.S. Air Force veteran Jenny D’Olympia speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSJ
May 26, 2017
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology,...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSH
May 26, 2017
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Travis Bickford speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSE
May 26, 2017
Graduate student and U.S. Army Captain Adam Freed speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology,...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Adam Freed speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Graduate student and U.S. Army Captain Adam Freed speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PSB
May 26, 2017
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Travis Bickford speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PS9
May 26, 2017
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology,...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Graduate student and U.S. Army veteran Tara Barney speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PS4
May 26, 2017
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Travis Bickford speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Travis Bickford, Associate Director of Military and Veteran Relations, speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PS2
May 26, 2017
Dr. Bob Dingman, Director of the Military and Veterans Psychology Concentration, speaks to Reuters at...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Dr. Bob Dingman speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Dr. Bob Dingman, Director of the Military and Veterans Psychology Concentration, speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MILITARY/PSYCHOLOGY
RTX37PRQ
May 26, 2017
Dr. Bob Dingman, Director of the Military and Veterans Psychology Concentration, speaks to Reuters at...
Newton, UNITED STATES
Dr. Bob Dingman speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology in Newton
Dr. Bob Dingman, Director of the Military and Veterans Psychology Concentration, speaks to Reuters at William James College of Psychology, the first in the nation to run a program focusing specifically on training military veterans to treat the mental health problems of their fellow soldiers and veterans, in Newton, Massachusetts, U.S., May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSX02R
January 23, 2017
Prince Harry speaks with Head of Psychological Wellbeing Vanessa Moutan during a visit to a Help For...
TIDWORTH, United Kingdom
Royal visit to Wiltshire
Prince Harry speaks with Head of Psychological Wellbeing Vanessa Moutan during a visit to a Help For Heroes Recovery Centre at Tedworth House, where he learnt more about the mental health support military veterans are receiving, in Tidworth, Wiltshire, Britain January 23, 2017. REUTERS/Ben Birchall/Pool
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRMF
March 30, 2016
A doctor massages the feet of Madrosik who suffered from mental illness in the past and was released...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
A doctor massages the feet of Madrosik who suffered from mental illness in the past and was released from chains on his feet two years ago, in Bunihara village in Serang, Indonesia Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES?
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRME
March 30, 2016
A man suffering from mental illness sits chained on a bed in his room inside his family home in Curug...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
A man suffering from mental illness sits chained on a bed in his room inside his family home in Curug Sulanjana village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRMD
March 30, 2016
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter next to a rice paddy near his family home in Longkewang village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRMC
March 30, 2016
An Indonesian mother walks past a wooden hut on her property where her daughter, Jumiya, is locked up...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
An Indonesian mother walks past a wooden hut on her property where her daughter, Jumiya, is locked up because her family said she was showing signs of a mental disorder, in Jambu village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRMB
March 30, 2016
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter next to a rice paddy near his family home in Longkewang village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES ?
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRMA
March 30, 2016
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs of a mental disorder, is handed food by her mother in Jambu village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need.REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM9
March 30, 2016
A doctor checks the health of Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness and lives...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
A doctor checks the health of Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness and lives chained to a tree under a shelter next to a rice paddy near his family home in Longkewang village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES ?
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM8
March 30, 2016
A man suffering from mental illness sits chained on a bed in his room inside his family home in Curug...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
A man suffering from mental illness sits chained on a bed in his room inside his family home in Curug Sulanjana village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY?
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM7
March 30, 2016
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs of a mental disorder, passes a plastic bowl to her mother in Jambu village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY? TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM6
March 30, 2016
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Jumiya, whose mother keeps her locked up in a wooden hut after her family said she was showing signs of a mental disorder, eats her lunch alone in Jambu village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM5
March 30, 2016
Madrosik, who suffered from mental illness in the past and was released from chains around his feet two...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Madrosik, who suffered from mental illness in the past and was released from chains around his feet two years ago, struggles to walk in Bunihara village in Serang, Indonesia Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES ?
INDONESIA-RIGHTS/PATIENTS
RTSCRM4
March 30, 2016
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter...
Serang, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Unshackling victims of mental illness
Deden, a teenager whose father says suffers from mental illness, lives chained to a tree under a shelter next to a rice paddy near his family home in Longkewang village in Serang, Banten province, Indonesia March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. In a programme launched this year, Indonesia sends teams of workers into often-remote hamlets to help free patients kept in chains and ensure they get the medical treatment they need. REUTERS/Beawiharta SEARCH "MENTAL ILLNESS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HEALTH-MENTAL/CAMBODIA
RTS361J
October 06, 2015
Tes Ding, a former monk, is seen in the grounds of Phnom Chhamar pagoda in Cambodia's Angkor Chey district,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tes Ding, a former monk, is seen in the grounds of Phnom Chhamar pagoda in Cambodia?s Angkor Chey district...
Tes Ding, a former monk, is seen in the grounds of Phnom Chhamar pagoda in Cambodia's Angkor Chey district, September 21, 2015. During the regime's genocidal wave of terror from 1975 to 1979, at least 1.8 million people - about a quarter of the population - died through torture, execution, disease, overwork or starvation. It is a legacy that left millions of Cambodians with psychological scars the impoverished country is ill-equipped to deal with due to deep-rooted mistrust and a lack of money for reconciliation and mental health treatment, experts said. Picture taken September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Astrid Zweynert
HEALTH-MENTAL/CAMBODIA
RTS361I
October 06, 2015
Pen Lay, a former Khmer Rouge soldier, is seen in his house in a hamlet in Cambodia's Angkor Chey district,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Pen Lay, a former Khmer Rouge soldier, is seen in his house in a hamlet in Cambodia?s Angkor Chey district...
Pen Lay, a former Khmer Rouge soldier, is seen in his house in a hamlet in Cambodia's Angkor Chey district, September 21, 2015. During the regime's genocidal wave of terror from 1975 to 1979, at least 1.8 million people - about a quarter of the population - died through torture, execution, disease, overwork or starvation. It is a legacy that left millions of Cambodians with psychological scars the impoverished country is ill-equipped to deal with due to deep-rooted mistrust and a lack of money for reconciliation and mental health treatment, experts said. Picture taken September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Astrid Zweynert
HEALTH-MENTAL/CAMBODIA
RTS361H
October 06, 2015
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her house...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her house...
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her house in a hamlet south of the capital Phnom Penh, September 21, 2015. During the regime's genocidal wave of terror from 1975 to 1979, at least 1.8 million people - about a quarter of the population - died through torture, execution, disease, overwork or starvation. It is a legacy that left millions of Cambodians with psychological scars the impoverished country is ill-equipped to deal with due to deep-rooted mistrust and a lack of money for reconciliation and mental health treatment, experts said. Picture taken September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Astrid Zweynert
HEALTH-MENTAL/CAMBODIA
RTS361G
October 06, 2015
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her house...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her...
Hing Phon, an 81-year-old survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, rests in the shade outside her house in a hamlet south of the capital Phnom Penh, September 21, 2015. During the regime's genocidal wave of terror from 1975 to 1979, at least 1.8 million people - about a quarter of the population - died through torture, execution, disease, overwork or starvation. It is a legacy that left millions of Cambodians with psychological scars the impoverished country is ill-equipped to deal with due to deep-rooted mistrust and a lack of money for reconciliation and mental health treatment, experts said. Picture taken September 21, 2015. REUTERS/Astrid Zweynert
News
News
Germanwings Plane Crash - 12 Jun 2015
23 PICTURES
HEALTH-NICOTINE/
RTX1DLD2
May 19, 2015
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University...
Bristol, United Kingdom
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University...
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University in England May 1, 2015. Picture taken May 1, 2015. To match Insight HEALTH-NICOTINE/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
HEALTH-NICOTINE/
RTX1DLCT
May 19, 2015
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University...
Bristol, United Kingdom
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University...
Marcus Munafo, a professor of Biological Psychology, poses for a picture in his office at Bristol University in England May 1, 2015. Picture taken May 1, 2015. To match Insight HEALTH-NICOTINE/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton
Ukraine Crisis
Ukraine Crisis
Abandoned in Ukraine - 04 Dec 2014
22 PICTURES
UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL
RTR4GKRJ
December 03, 2014
A patient is seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk,...
Slovyanoserbsk, Ukraine
A patient is seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk...
A patient is seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk, in a territory controlled by "Lugansk People's Republic" (LPR), eastern Ukraine, December 1, 2014. The Psycho-Neurological Hospital outside the village of Slovyanoserbsk is caught in the crossfire in separatist-held territory about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of the rebel stronghold of Luhansk and near the frontline. Medical workers say the head of the hospital was killed by a shell in Luhansk and about half the 180 staff have fled. There were 400 patients when fighting began, they say. Picture taken December 1, 2014. To match UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (UKRAINE - Tags: CONFLICT HEALTH SOCIETY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL
RTR4GKE8
December 03, 2014
Patients are seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk,...
Slovyanoserbsk, Ukraine
Patients are seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk...
Patients are seen in a hallway at the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk, in a territory controlled by "Lugansk People's Republic" (LPR), eastern Ukraine, December 1, 2014. The Psycho-Neurological Hospital outside the village of Slovyanoserbsk is caught in the crossfire in separatist-held territory about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of the rebel stronghold of Luhansk and near the frontline. Medical workers say the head of the hospital was killed by a shell in Luhansk and about half the 180 staff have fled. There were 400 patients when fighting began, they say. Picture taken December 1, 2014. To match UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (UKRAINE - Tags: CONFLICT HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL
RTR4GKDA
December 03, 2014
A patient knits in a room of the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk,...
Slovyanoserbsk, Ukraine
A patient knits in a room of the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk...
A patient knits in a room of the regional psycho-neurological hospital on the outskirts of Slovyanoserbsk, in a territory controlled by "Lugansk People's Republic" (LPR), eastern Ukraine, December 1, 2014. The Psycho-Neurological Hospital outside the village of Slovyanoserbsk is caught in the crossfire in separatist-held territory about 30 km (20 miles) northwest of the rebel stronghold of Luhansk and near the frontline. Medical workers say the head of the hospital was killed by a shell in Luhansk and about half the 180 staff have fled. There were 400 patients when fighting began, they say. Picture taken December 1, 2014. To match UKRAINE-CRISIS/HOSPITAL REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (UKRAINE - Tags: CONFLICT HEALTH SOCIETY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/
RTR4GB1R
December 01, 2014
Displaced Syrian children take part in recreational activities supervised by activists who are promoting...
Idlib, Syria
Displaced Syrian children take part in recreational activities supervised by activists who are promoting...
Displaced Syrian children take part in recreational activities supervised by activists who are promoting psychological support at a makeshift tent in the southern countryside of Idlib, December 1, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi (SYRIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT)
INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXRB
November 28, 2014
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for children who...
Bhopal, India
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre for children who were born with mental and physical...
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for children who were born with mental and physical disabilities in Bhopal November 11, 2014. The rehabilitation centre only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 27 OF 29 PICTURES FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'BHOPAL - 30 YEARS ON'
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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXR3
November 28, 2014
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a...
Bhopal, India
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a...
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a slum in Bhopal November 15, 2014. Abhi receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal which only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 18 OF 29 PICTURES FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'BHOPAL - 30 YEARS ON'
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PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FIDT
November 25, 2014
Jamshed Baghwan, the bureau chief for Express News, works in the newsroom in Peshawar November 24, 2014....
Peshawar, Pakistan
Jamshed Baghwan, the bureau chief for Express News, works in the newsroom in Peshawar
Jamshed Baghwan, the bureau chief for Express News, works in the newsroom in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists, the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Baghwan's house was targeted in three bomb and grenade attacks. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA CIVIL UNREST HEALTH)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FIDQ
November 25, 2014
A policeman stands guard outside the Express News office in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Policeman stands guard outside the Express News office in Peshawar
A policeman stands guard outside the Express News office in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists, the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FIBC
November 25, 2014
A cameraman works beside a room for relax at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Cameraman works beside a room for relax at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a...
A cameraman works beside a room for relax at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology department in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST HEALTH CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI9O
November 25, 2014
Erum Irshad, head of the university's psychology department, is seen at a room for relax at the Competence...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Erum Irshad is seen at a room for relax at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a...
Erum Irshad, head of the university's psychology department, is seen at a room for relax at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside the university's psychology department in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA HEALTH CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI8X
November 25, 2014
Erum Irshad (R), head of the university's psychology department, talks to her colleague near a therapy...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Erum Irshad talks to her colleague near a therapy room at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists...
Erum Irshad (R), head of the university's psychology department, talks to her colleague near a therapy room at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology department in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA HEALTH CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI81
November 25, 2014
A policeman stands guard at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Policeman stands guard at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology...
A policeman stands guard at the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology department in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA HEALTH CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI76
November 25, 2014
Altaf Khan (L), head of the journalism department, talks to the media after the opening of the Competence...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Altaf Khan, head of the journalism department, talks to the media after the opening of the Competence...
Altaf Khan (L), head of the journalism department, talks to the media after the opening of the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW MEDIA HEALTH)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI6H
November 25, 2014
Psychology students study outside the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Psychology students study outside the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's...
Psychology students study outside the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists inside a university's psychology department in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN-MEDIA/TRAUMA
RTR4FI4U
November 25, 2014
Altaf Khan, head of the journalism department, talks to Reuters journalists after the opening of the...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Altaf Khan, head of the journalism department, talks to Reuters journalists after the opening of the...
Altaf Khan, head of the journalism department, talks to Reuters journalists after the opening of the Competence and Trauma Centre for Journalists in Peshawar November 24, 2014. Immersion in the extreme violence and daily threats mean many Pakistani journalists suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, health professionals said this week during the opening of the country's first trauma centre for journalists. The centre is supposed to help address Pakistan's massive shortfall of trained counsellors and help journalists deal with the psychological fallout of reporting bombings, militancy and drone strikes. Picture taken November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTANMEDIA UNREST - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MEDIA CRIME LAW HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW9B
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW96
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW8X
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW8T
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW8N
November 05, 2014
Nir Raz of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University...
Shanghai, China
Nir Raz of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University...
Nir Raz of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children's hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW8K
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW8H
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-HEALTH/
RTR4CW7V
November 05, 2014
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Shanghai, China
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan...
Sarhan Mahamid of Israel, also known as a "clown doctor", performs at the Children's Hospital Of Fudan University in Shanghai November 5, 2014. Two professional humour therapists in clown costumes from Israel came to Shanghai for a week to share their experiences on psychological therapy with three children hospitals, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
PARKRUN-HEALTH/
RTR47QTN
September 26, 2014
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons...
London, United Kingdom
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons who take to their local green space each week for a mass five km (3.11 mile) parkrun can expect to reap health benefits well beyond losing a few pounds and lowering their blood pressure. Scientists who have studied the mass participation events, which from a small start in London 10 years ago next week have grown to attract some 70,000 runners a week worldwide, say their effect on psychological and physical health is starting to show. Photograph taken August 2, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
PARKRUN-HEALTH/
RTR47QTM
September 26, 2014
A participant takes part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of...
London, United Kingdom
Participant takes part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London
A participant takes part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons who take to their local green space each week for a mass five km (3.11 mile) parkrun can expect to reap health benefits well beyond losing a few pounds and lowering their blood pressure. Scientists who have studied the mass participation events, which from a small start in London 10 years ago next week have grown to attract some 70,000 runners a week worldwide, say their effect on psychological and physical health is starting to show. Photograph taken August 2, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
PARKRUN-HEALTH/
RTR47QTH
September 26, 2014
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons...
London, United Kingdom
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons who take to their local green space each week for a mass five km (3.11 mile) parkrun can expect to reap health benefits well beyond losing a few pounds and lowering their blood pressure. Scientists who have studied the mass participation events, which from a small start in London 10 years ago next week have grown to attract some 70,000 runners a week worldwide, say their effect on psychological and physical health is starting to show. Photograph taken August 2, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
PARKRUN-HEALTH/
RTR47QTA
September 26, 2014
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons...
London, United Kingdom
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons who take to their local green space each week for a mass five km (3.11 mile) parkrun can expect to reap health benefits well beyond losing a few pounds and lowering their blood pressure. Scientists who have studied the mass participation events, which from a small start in London 10 years ago next week have grown to attract some 70,000 runners a week worldwide, say their effect on psychological and physical health is starting to show. Photograph taken August 2, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
PARKRUN-HEALTH/
RTR47QT6
September 26, 2014
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons...
London, United Kingdom
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London
Participants take part in a parkrun event at Bushy Park in London August 2, 2014. The thousands of Britons who take to their local green space each week for a mass five km (3.11 mile) parkrun can expect to reap health benefits well beyond losing a few pounds and lowering their blood pressure. Scientists who have studied the mass participation events, which from a small start in London 10 years ago next week have grown to attract some 70,000 runners a week worldwide, say their effect on psychological and physical health is starting to show. Photograph taken August 2, 2014. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
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