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AUSTRALIA-DROUGHT/RIVER
RTS2SJHO
October 23, 2019
Reverend Helen Ferguson from Broken Hill prepares for a church service at the Holy Trinity Menindee Anglican...
MENINDEE, Australia
The Wider Image: Thirst turns to anger as Australia's mighty river runs dry
Reverend Helen Ferguson from Broken Hill prepares for a church service at the Holy Trinity Menindee Anglican Parish in Menindee, Australia, September 1, 2019. The towns of Menindee and Wilcannia have run out of drinkable water and rely on charity donations of 10 litre boxes of water and rain tank water for potable uses. "The river should be flowing," said Ferguson. "When that river flows, the people are just abuzz and the whole town just comes to life. But that hasn't happened for some time now and my prayer is that people don't get worn down through that." REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy SEARCH "NEARMY DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-ELECTION/
RTSK02D
July 28, 2016
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine runs up the stairs after greeting the Reverend Jesse Jackson...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine runs up the stairs after greeting the Reverend Jesse Jackson...
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine runs up the stairs after greeting the Reverend Jesse Jackson (rear) after his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 27, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Wilking.
HONGKONG-CHINA/
RTR4GI43
December 03, 2014
(L-R) Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, Cardinal Joseph Zen, Occupy Central civil disobedience...
Hong Kong, China
Cardinal Zen, Reverend Chu, professor Chan and professor Tai pose outside Central Police Station before...
(L-R) Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, Cardinal Joseph Zen, Occupy Central civil disobedience founders Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, professor of sociology at Chinese University Chan Kin-man and law professor at the University of Hong Kong Benny Tai pose outside Central Police Station before voluntarily surrendering themselves to the police in Hong Kong December 3, 2014. Leaders of Hong Kong's Occupy Central movement surrendered to police on Wednesday for their role in democracy protests that the government has deemed illegal, the latest sign that the civil disobedience campaign may be running out of steam. The three founders, Tai, Chan and Chu, turned themselves in a day after calling on students to retreat from protest sites in the Asia financial center amid fears of further violence, just hours after student leader Joshua Wong had called on supporters to regroup. The three, accompanied by Cardinal Zen, 82, filled in forms, giving personal information, and were allowed to leave without facing any charges. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-CHINA/
RTR4GI3L
December 03, 2014
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, Cardinal Joseph Zen (L) and one of the Occupy Central...
Hong Kong, China
Cardinal Zen and Reverend Chu acknowledge journalists outside Central Police Station before voluntarily...
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, Cardinal Joseph Zen (L) and one of the Occupy Central civil disobedience founders Reverend Chu Yiu-ming acknowledge journalists outside Central Police Station before voluntarily surrendering themselves to the police in Hong Kong December 3, 2014. Leaders of Hong Kong's Occupy Central movement surrendered to police on Wednesday for their role in democracy protests that the government has deemed illegal, the latest sign that the civil disobedience campaign may be running out of steam. The three founders, Tai, Chan and Chu, turned themselves in a day after calling on students to retreat from protest sites in the Asia financial center amid fears of further violence, just hours after student leader Joshua Wong had called on supporters to regroup. The three, accompanied by Cardinal Zen, 82, filled in forms, giving personal information, and were allowed to leave without facing any charges. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-CHINA/
RTR4GI20
December 03, 2014
Anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures of (L-R) student leader...
Hong Kong, China
Anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures of movement leaders in Hong...
Anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures of (L-R) student leader Joshua Wong, law professor at the University of Hong Kong Benny Tai, tycoon and Apple Daily newspaper owner Jimmy Lai, professor of sociology at Chinese University Chan Kin-man and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, outside the Central Police Station before Tai, Chan and Chu voluntarily surrendered themselves to the police in Hong Kong December 3, 2014. Leaders of Hong Kong's Occupy Central movement surrendered to police on Wednesday for their role in democracy protests that the government has deemed illegal, the latest sign that the civil disobedience campaign may be running out of steam. The three founders, Tai, Chan and Chu, turned themselves in a day after calling on students to retreat from protest sites in the Asia financial center amid fears of further violence, just hours after student leader Joshua Wong had called on supporters to regroup. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
HONGKONG-CHINA/
RTR4GI0V
December 03, 2014
A policeman looks on as anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures...
Hong Kong, China
A policeman looks on as anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures...
A policeman looks on as anti-Occupy Central civil disobedience movement protesters carry caricatures of movement founders (L-R), professor of sociology at Chinese University Chan Kin-man, law professor at the University of Hong Kong Benny Tai and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, outside the Central Police Station before the three voluntarily surrendered themselves to the police in Hong Kong December 3, 2014. Leaders of Hong Kong's Occupy Central movement surrendered to police on Wednesday for their role in democracy protests that the government has deemed illegal, the latest sign that the civil disobedience campaign may be running out of steam. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
GERMANY/
RTX13R82
September 19, 2013
A girl runs past the protestant Johannis church in Duisdorf a suburb of the western German city of Bonn...
Bonn, Germany
Protestant church is wrapped in used plastic bags as environmental protest in Duisdorf
A girl runs past the protestant Johannis church in Duisdorf a suburb of the western German city of Bonn that is wrapped in some 3000 used plastic bags from discount stores, supermarkets and clothing chains, September 19, 2013. The action of Reverend Dagmar Gruss and artist Joachim Conradus is meant as an environmental protest against the so-called 'throw-away society' and will remain in place for two weeks until September 28. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT CIVIL UNREST RELIGION ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
MUSIC-ROCK/
RTXDN5L
April 05, 2009
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of Run-D.M.C speaks at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2009 induction ceremonies...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Simmons of Run-D.M.C speaks at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2009 induction ceremonies in Cleveland
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of Run-D.M.C speaks at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2009 induction ceremonies in Cleveland, Ohio April 4, 2009. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-ROCK/
RTXDN05
April 04, 2009
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of Run-D.M.C. and his wife Justine arrive on the red carpet for the Rock...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of Run-D.M.C. and his wife Justine arrive for the Rock and Roll Hall of...
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of Run-D.M.C. and his wife Justine arrive on the red carpet for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2009 induction ceremonies in Cleveland, Ohio April 4, 2009. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
MADOFF-SHARPTON/
RTXBCB3
February 07, 2009
Reverend Al Sharpton participates in a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reverend Al Sharpton participates in a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York
Reverend Al Sharpton participates in a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February 7, 2009. Madoff, who was arrested by U.S. authorities in December, is accused of running a long-standing Ponzi scheme, illegally taking money from new investors to pay existing investors. Madoff has estimated losses of $50 billion from the alleged scheme, U.S. authorities say. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
MADOFF-SHARPTON/
RTXBCB1
February 07, 2009
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February 7, 2009. Madoff, who was arrested by U.S. authorities in December, is accused of running a long-standing Ponzi scheme, illegally taking money from new investors to pay existing investors. Madoff has estimated losses of $50 billion from the alleged scheme, U.S. authorities say. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
MADOFF-SHARPTON/
RTXBCAS
February 07, 2009
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February...
New York, UNITED STATES
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York
Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a protest outside the home of Bernard Madoff in New York February 7, 2009. Madoff, who was arrested by U.S. authorities in December, is accused of running a long-standing Ponzi scheme, illegally taking money from new investors to pay existing investors. Madoff has estimated losses of $50 billion from the alleged scheme, U.S. authorities say. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX47RH
November 30, 2007
Rapper Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons speaks during the J.A.M Awards concert to benefit the late hip hop...
New York, UNITED STATES
Rappe "Reverend Run" Simmons speaks during J.A.M Awards concert in New York
Rapper Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons speaks during the J.A.M Awards concert to benefit the late hip hop icon Jam Master Jay's Foundation for Music in New York November 29, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
LEISURE/
RTR1NC75
March 11, 2007
Joseph Simmons (C) 'Reverend Run', one of the founding members of hip hop group 'Run-D.M.C.' and daughters...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Simmons and daughters arrives at taping of the 21st Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Pasadena
Joseph Simmons (C) 'Reverend Run', one of the founding members of hip hop group 'Run-D.M.C.' and daughters Angela (L) and Vanessa (R) arrive at the taping of the 21st Annual Soul Train Music Awards in Pasadena, California, March 10, 2007. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES)
FASHION/BETSEY JOHNSON
RTR1M2H4
February 07, 2007
Hip-hop artist Reverend Run of Run DMC waits backstage before the Betsey Johnson fall collections 2007...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hip-hop artist Reverend Run of Run DMC waits backstage before the Betsey Johnson fall collections 2007...
Hip-hop artist Reverend Run of Run DMC waits backstage before the Betsey Johnson fall collections 2007 during New York Fashion Week, February 6, 2007. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (UNITED STATES)
GERMANY
RTR1HRZB
September 27, 2006
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann (L) und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service...
Lathen, Germany
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service for...
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann (L) und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service for the victims of the Transrapid train crash in the small village of Lathen, northern Germany, September 27, 2006. The high-tech magnetic train, one of the world's fastest trains, smashed into a maintenance vehicle and its two-man crew at a speed of at least 200 km per hour (120 miles per hour) while on a test run in the northern German region of Emsland near the Dutch border, killing 23 people on Friday. REUTERS/Kay Nietfeld/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1HRYC
September 27, 2006
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann (L) und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service...
Lathen, Germany
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service for...
The Reverend Gerhard Ortmann (L) und Pastor Reiner Jenke lights candles during an ecumenical service for the victims of the Transrapid train crash in the small village of Lathen, northern Germany, September 27, 2006. The high-tech magnetic train, one of the world's fastest trains, smashed into a maintenance vehicle and its two-man crew at a speed of at least 200 km per hour (120 miles per hour) while on a test run in the northern German region of Emsland near the Dutch border, killing 23 people on Friday. REUTERS/Kay Nietfeld/Pool (GERMANY)
SPORT
RTR1AIWM
December 04, 2005
Reverend Bill Petersen (R) officiates a "run-thru" group wedding at A Special Memory Wedding Chapel during...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Rev Petersen officiates a "run-thru" group wedding during the New Las Vegas Marathon in Las Vegas
Reverend Bill Petersen (R) officiates a "run-thru" group wedding at A Special Memory Wedding Chapel during the New Las Vegas Marathon in Las Vegas, Nevada December 4, 2005. Twenty-two couples renewed their vows and three couples got married in the race with over 10,000 participants. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus
POLITICS NEW YORK
RTR1AFMK
November 07, 2005
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (R) campaigns...
New York, UNITED STATES
Former Bronx Borough president Fernando Ferrer campaigns for New York City Mayor with Reverend Al Sharpton...
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (R) campaigns with Reverend Al Sharpton (2nd L) on the Fulton Street Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York, November 7, 2005. With one day remaining before New York's mayoral election, Ferrer is running some 30 points behind Republican incumbant Michael Bloomberg. REUTERS/Mike Segar
POLITICS NEW YORK
RTR1AFEZ
November 07, 2005
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (C) greets...
New York, UNITED STATES
Former Bronx Borough president Ferrer campaigns for New York City Mayor with Reverend Al Sharpton
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (C) greets a voter as he campaigns with Reverend Al Sharpton (R) on the Fulton Street Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York, November 7, 2005. With one day remaining before New York's mayoral election, Ferrer is running some 30 points behind Republican incumbant Michael Bloomberg. REUTERS/Mike Segar
POLITICS NEW YORK
RTR1AEM9
November 07, 2005
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (2nd...
New York, UNITED STATES
Former Bronx Borough president Fernando Ferrer campaigns for New York City Mayor with Reverend Al Sharpton...
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (2nd L) greets voters as he campaigns with Reverend Al Sharpton (3rd R) on the Fulton Street Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York, November 7, 2005. With one day remaining before New York's mayoral election, Ferrer is running some 30 points behind Republican incumbant Michael Bloomberg. REUTERS/Mike Segar
POLITICS NEW YORK
RTR1AELW
November 07, 2005
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (L) campaigns...
New York, UNITED STATES
Former Bronx Borough president Fernando Ferrer campaigns for New York City Mayor with Reverend Al Sharpton...
Former Bronx Borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City Mayor Fernando Ferrer (L) campaigns with Reverend Al Sharpton on the Fulton Street Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York, November 7, 2005. With one day remaining before New York's mayoral election, Ferrer is running some 30 points behind Republican incumbant Michael Bloomberg. REUTERS/Mike Segar
HIP HOP HONORS
RTRP405
September 22, 2005
Hosts Russell Simmons (L)and Reverend Run speak during the VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York City September...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hosts Russell Simmons and Reverend Run speak at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York
Hosts Russell Simmons (L)and Reverend Run speak during the VH1 Hip Hop Honors in New York City September 22, 2005. The show will air on September 26. REUTERS/Seth Wenig
ARTS HIPHOP
RTRP3NM
September 22, 2005
Reverend Run (L) and Russell Simmons arrive at the Hip Hop Honors awards in New York September 22, 2005....
New York, UNITED STATES
Reverend Run and Russell Simmons arrive at the Hip Hop Honors awards in New York
Reverend Run (L) and Russell Simmons arrive at the Hip Hop Honors awards in New York September 22, 2005. REUTERS/Chip East
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYQ9
August 30, 2005
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson (C) greets women while visiting a Bolivarian state-run...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson greets women in Barlovento.
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson (C) greets women while visiting a Bolivarian state-run development project "Miguel Jose Sanz" in Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas, Venezuela August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/JJ
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYOO
August 30, 2005
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson embraces an elderly woman while visiting a Bolivarian...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson embraces an elderly woman in Barlovento.
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson embraces an elderly woman while visiting a Bolivarian state-run development project "Miguel Jose Sanz" in Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas, Venezuela August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/JJ
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYMB
August 30, 2005
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson plays drums while visiting a Bolivarian state-run development...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson plays drums in Venezuela.
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson plays drums while visiting a Bolivarian state-run development project 'Miguel Jose Sanz' in Barlovento, 30 miles east of Caracas, Venezuela, August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/AT
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYLJ
August 30, 2005
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson (R) carries a child while visiting a Bolivarian state-run...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson carries a child in Barlovento.
U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson (R) carries a child while visiting a Bolivarian state-run development project "Miguel Jose Sanz" in Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas, Venezuela August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/JJ
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYJP
August 30, 2005
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development ...
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project in Barlovento. U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project "Miguel Jose Sanz" in Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas, Venezuela August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
VENEZUELA JACKSON
RTRLYJI
August 30, 2005
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project...
Barlovento, Venezuela
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development ...
US civil rights activist Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project in Barlovento. U.S. civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson walks in a corn field inside a Bolivarian state-run development project "Miguel Jose Sanz" in Barlovento, about 48 km (30 miles) east of Caracas, Venezuela August 30, 2005. Jackson had rejected U.S government claims that Chavez is a threat to regional stability and called on both governments to curb escalating rhetoric to resolve their differences. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
MTV NETWORKS
RTR15L23
July 14, 2005
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "'Run DMC" discusses his new MTV reality television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Reverend Run discusses new reality television series "Run's House" in Beverly Hills.
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "'Run DMC" discusses his new MTV reality television series "Run's House" during a session of Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005. The series, from producers Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Russell Simmons,which premieres October 2005, is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, capturing the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP/YH
MTV NETWORKS
RTRHKGB
July 14, 2005
Russell Simmons and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs attend a session of the Television Critic's Association Summer...
Beverly Hills, USA
Russell Simmons and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs attend a session of the Television Critic's Association ......
Russell Simmons and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs attend a session of the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills. Russell Simmons (L) and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, producers of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House" attend a session of the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005. The series, which stars Simmons' brother, Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of hip hop group "Run DMC", is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, capturing the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
MTV NETWORKS
RTRHKFX
July 14, 2005
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC", who is the star of the new MTV reality television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of hip hop group "Run DMC" poses in Beverly Hills.
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC", who is the star of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House", poses during a session of the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005. The series, from producers Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Russell Simmons, premieres October 2005. It is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, which captures the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP/SA
MTV NETWORKS
RTRHKFS
July 14, 2005
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" and star of the new MTV reality television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" and star of the new MTV reality television...
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" and star of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House" listens in Beverly Hills. Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) (L) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" and star of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House" listens during a session of the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005 as his brother, producer Russell Simmons (C), makes a point along with producer Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. The series premieres October 2005 and is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, capturing the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
MTV NETWORKS
RTRHKFL
July 14, 2005
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, producer of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House", makes a point...
Beverly Hills, USA
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs discusses new reality television series "Run's House" in Beverly Hills.
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, producer of the new MTV reality television series "Run's House", makes a point during a session of the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005. The series, which will premiere October 2005, stars Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" and is also produced by Russell Simmons. It is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, and captures the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP/SA
MTV NETWORKS
RTRHKF4
July 14, 2005
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) (L) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" discusses his new MTV reality television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Reverend Run discusses new reality television series Run's House in Beverly Hills.
Reverend Run (Joey Simmons) (L) of the hip hop group "Run DMC" discusses his new MTV reality television series "Run's House" during a session of the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills July 14, 2005 as his brother, producer Russell Simmons (R), looks on. The series, from producers Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Russell Simmons, which premieres October 2005, is television's first hip hop reality sitcom, capturing the real-life drama and hysterical antics of Reverend Run, his wife and five children. REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP/YH
AUSTRALIA
RTR5XLB
March 24, 2005
Reverend Crews washes the feet of Mal Osman, a member of the Lakemba Mosque, at the Ashfield Uniting...
Sydney, Australia
Reverend Crews washes the feet of Mal Osman, a member of the Lakemba Mosque, at the Ashfield ...
Reverend Crews washes the feet of Mal Osman, a member of the Lakemba Mosque, at the Ashfield Uniting Church in Sydney. Reverend Bill Crews (R), a Uniting Church minister, washes the feet of Mal Osman, a member of the Lakemba Mosque, at the Ashfield Uniting Church in Sydney March 24, 2005. Crews offered to wash the feet of anyone who comes to the free restaurant he runs for poor and disadvantaged people in Sydney on the day before Easter Friday, the same day the Christian calendar says Jesus washed the feet of his disciples. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
AUSTRALIA
RTR5XL6
March 24, 2005
A Uniting Church minister, Reverend Bill Crews, washes the feet of Buddhist nun Sudhira at the Ashfield...
Sydney, Australia
A Uniting Church minister, Reverend Bill Crews, washes the feet of Buddhist nun Sudhira at the ...
A Uniting Church minister, Reverend Bill Crews, washes the feet of Buddhist nun Sudhira at the Ashfield Uniting Church in Sydney. A Uniting Church minister, Reverend Bill Crews (R), washes the feet of a Buddhist nun, Sudhira, at the Ashfield Uniting Church in Sydney March 24, 2005. Crews offered to wash the feet of anyone who comes to the free restaurant he runs for poor and disadvantaged people in Sydney on the day before Easter Friday, the same day the Christian calendar says Jesus washed the feet of his disciples. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
CAMPAIGN
RTR7P47
July 29, 2004
John Kerry (L) and running mate John Edwards raise their hands as the balloons drop after Kerry accepted...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Kerry and Edwards raise hands after Kerry accepted presidential nomination.
John Kerry (L) and running mate John Edwards raise their hands as the balloons drop after Kerry accepted the Democratic Party's nomination for president, July 29, 2004 at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. Saying "America can do better," Kerry took the reins of the Democratic Party on Thursday with a promise to restore U.S. global leadership and ask "hard questions" before taking the country to war. Behind Kerry at left is the Reverend Al Sharpton. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn US ELECTION HB/JDP
CAMPAIGN
RTR7LD2
July 28, 2004
U.S. civil rights leader the Reverend Jesse Jackson stands on the stage with his sons Yusef (L) and Jonathan...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Reverend Jesse Jackson and relatives at Democratic National Convention.
U.S. civil rights leader the Reverend Jesse Jackson stands on the stage with his sons Yusef (L) and Jonathan (R) and his wife Jacqueline following his speech during the third night of the 2004 Democratic National Convention at the FleetCenter in Boston, July 28, 2004. John Kerry arrived in Boston on Wednesday to be formally anointed as the Democratic challenger to President George W. Bush on a night when his running mate John Edwards takes center stage for the biggest speech of his career. REUTERS/John Gress US ELECTION HB/
CAMPAIGN
RTR7LCP
July 28, 2004
U.S. civil rights leader the Reverend Jesse Jackson waves from the stage with his son Yusef (L) and his...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Reverend Jesse Jackson and relatives at Democratic National Convention.
U.S. civil rights leader the Reverend Jesse Jackson waves from the stage with his son Yusef (L) and his wife Jacqueline following his speech during the third night of the 2004 Democratic National Convention, July 28, 2004 at the FleetCenter in Boston. John Kerry arrived in Boston on Wednesday to be formally anointed as the Democratic challenger to President Bush on a night when his running mate John Edwards takes center stage for the biggest speech of his career. REUTERS/Larry Downing US ELECTION HB/
CAMPAIGN KERRY
RTR5Z7I
July 06, 2004
The Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks on behalf of presumed Democrat presidential candidate Senator John...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
JESSE JACKSON SPEAKS ON BEHALF OF JOHN KERRY IN INDIANAPOLIS.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks on behalf of presumed Democrat presidential candidate Senator John Kerry (D-MA) at the 47th Quadrennial General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis July 6, 2004. After months of speculation about who Kerry would pick as his running mate against President George W. Bush in November's presidential election, the Massachusetts' senator announced on Tuesday that Senator John Edwards, 51, would join his ticket. REUTERS/Brent Smith BS
CRIME OBRIEN
RTRPDU4
June 03, 2003
The Reverend Thomas J. O'Brien, Bishop of the Phoenix Catholic Diocese,
sits inside his office in Phoenix,...
Phoenix, United States of America
FILE PHOTO OF PHOENIX CATHOLIC DIOCESE BISHOP THOMAS J O'BRIEN AT HIS
OFFICE IN PHOENIX.
The Reverend Thomas J. O'Brien, Bishop of the Phoenix Catholic Diocese,
sits inside his office in Phoenix, Arizona, in this June 3, 2003 file
photo. O'Brien, who has headed the Phoenix diocese since 1981, had his
car examined by police with a search warrant in connection to a deadly
hit-and-run accident, which occurred June 14, 2003. REUTERS/Jeff
Topping

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KAMIKAZE
RTXLZ99
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles...
London, UK
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles.....
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat hooks piercing through the skin on his back and legs in the window of the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22, 2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until May 31.
KAMIKAZE
RTXLZ98
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles...
London, UK
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles.....
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat hooks piercing through the skin on his back and legs in the window of the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22, 2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until May 31.
BRITAIN
RTRO3TN
May 22, 2003
Helmut Halfwit (R) sprays bubbles in front of John Kamikaze as he lays
suspended from meat hooks piercing...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE LAYS WITH MEAT HOOKS GOING THROUGH HIS SKIN IN THE WINDOW OF
SELFRIDGES DEPARTMENT STORE IN...
Helmut Halfwit (R) sprays bubbles in front of John Kamikaze as he lays
suspended from meat hooks piercing through the skin on his back and
legs during the re-enacting of a scene from The Water Babies, a
children's book by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, in the window of
the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22,
2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a
month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until
May 31. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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BRITAIN
RTRO1RN
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE IS SUSPENDED BY MEAT HOOKS IN THE WINDOW OF SELFRIDGES
DEPARTMENT STORE IN LONDON.
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat
hooks piercing through the skin on his back and legs in the window of
the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22,
2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a
month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until
May 31. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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BRITAIN
RTRO1RB
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by
the late Reverend Charles...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE IS SUSPENDED BY MEAT HOOKS IN THE WINDOW OF SELFRIDGES
DEPARTMENT STORE IN LONDON.
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book by
the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat hooks
piercing through the skin of his back and legs in the window of the
Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22, 2003. The
installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a month-long
celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until May 31. Pictures
of the month May 2003 REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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BRITAIN
RTRO1QR
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE IS SUSPENDED BY MEAT HOOKS IN THE WINDOW OF SELFRIDGES
DEPARTMENT STORE IN LONDON.
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat
hooks piercing through the skin on his back and legs in the window of
the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22,
2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a
month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until
May 31. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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BRITAIN
RTRO1QA
May 22, 2003
Helmut Halfwit (R) sprays bubbles in front of John Kamikaze as he lays
suspended from meat hooks piercing...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE LAYS WITH MEAT HOOKS GOING THROUGH HIS SKIN IN THE WINDOW OF
SELFRIDGES DEPARTMENT STORE IN...
Helmut Halfwit (R) sprays bubbles in front of John Kamikaze as he lays
suspended from meat hooks piercing through the skin on his back and
legs during the re-enacting of a scene from The Water Babies, a
children's book by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, in the window of
the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22,
2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a
month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until
May 31. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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BRITAIN
RTRO1OG
May 22, 2003
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water-Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KAMIKAZE IS SUSPENDED BY MEAT HOOKS IN THE WINDOW OF SELFRIDGES IN
LONDON.
John Kamikaze reenacts a scene from The Water-Babies, a children's book
by the late Reverend Charles Kinsley, as he lays suspended from meat
hooks piercing through the skin on his back and legs in the window of
the Selfridges department store in London's Oxford Street, May 22,
2003. The installation was part of the store's Body Craze event, a
month-long celebration of the human form, which runs from May 7 until
May 31. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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LEISURE RAP
RTR6JKF
May 07, 2003
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of RUN-DMC arrives at the premiere of the movie "Death of a Dynasty" in...
New York, USA
File photo of Rev. Joseph "run" Simmons of RUN-DMC to match story Leisure-Rap.
Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons of RUN-DMC arrives at the premiere of the movie "Death of a Dynasty" in New York in this photo taken May 7, 2003. Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons, father of five who now wears a white collar and preaches at an evangelical church, will be starring in a new reality show. "We grow up, we're fathers, we're family men. People don't see that side of rappers," Simmons told Reuters Television in an interview. "Rap has come a long way and you see that on this reality show," he said, adding that a pilot has been made and he is expected to get the green light from MTV soon. REUTERS/Chip East/Files CME
ENTERTAINMENT
RTRGJVT
January 14, 2003
Rap performing artisit RUN DMC members Reverend Joseph "DJ Run" Simmons
(L) and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels...
New York, United States of America
SURVIVING MEMBERS OF RUN DMC AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK.
Rap performing artisit RUN DMC members Reverend Joseph "DJ Run" Simmons
(L) and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels (R) meet with the media at a news
conference in New York, January 14, 2003, to discuss the making of
their Dr. Pepper commercial which was made prior to the October, 2002
murder of RUN DMC of group member Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizelli. The
2003 Dr. Pepper "Be You" advertisement which will feature rapper L.L.
Cool J. will begin airing on January 19. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
ENTERTAINMENT
RTRGJVN
January 14, 2003
Rap performing artisit RUN DMC members Reverend Joseph "DJ Run" Simmons
(L) and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels...
New York, United States of America
SURVIVING MEMBERS OF RUN DMC AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK.
Rap performing artisit RUN DMC members Reverend Joseph "DJ Run" Simmons
(L) and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels meet with the media at a news conference
in New York, January 14, 2003, to discuss the making of their Dr.
Pepper commercial which was made prior to the October, 2002 murder of
RUN DMC of group member Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizelli. The 2003 Dr.
Pepper "Be You" advertisement which will feature rapper L.L. Cool J.
will begin airing on January 19. Chief advertising officer for Dr.
Pepper John Clarke is at right. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
SHOWBIZ
RTXLO2F
December 05, 2002
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC02-RUN DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Run accept 'The Kings of Hip-Hop Award'...
Los Angeles, USA
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC02-RUN DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Run accept 'The Kings of Hip-Hop Aw.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 04DEC02-RUN DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Run accept 'The Kings of Hip-Hop Award' honouring their group and the late member of their group, rap artist Jam Master J, who was killed recently in New York, as they appear on stage at the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards which was taped in Los Angeles December 4, 2002. The show features the year's best in music, movies and television and will be telecast on the VH1 cable channel December 15, 2002. (Picture taken on December 4, 2002)
VH1 BIG AWARDS
RTREUQ3
December 04, 2002
RUN DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Run accept 'The Kings of
Hip-Hop Award' honouring their...
Los Angeles, USA
RUN DMC MEMBERS AT VH1 BIG IN 2002 AWARDS.
RUN DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Run accept 'The Kings of
Hip-Hop Award' honouring their group and the late member of their
group, rap artist Jam Master J, who was killed recently in New York, as
they appear on stage at the VH1 Big in 2002 Awards which was taped in
Los Angeles December 4, 2002. The show features the year's best in
music, movies and television and will be telecast on the VH1 cable
channel December 15, 2002. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP
VH1 BIG IN 2002 AWARDS
RTREU6O
December 04, 2002
RUN-DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Ron arrive at the VH1 Big
in 2002 Awards in Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, USA
RUN DMC ARRIVES AT VHI BIG IN 2002 AWARDS.
RUN-DMC's Darryl McDaniels (L) and Reverend Ron arrive at the VH1 Big
in 2002 Awards in Los Angeles, December 4, 2002. The pair displayed a
jacket featuring a sketch of Jam Master J, their DJ who was killed
recently in New York. The show features the best of the year in music,
movies and television. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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AUSTRALIA HEROIN
RTRHVLN
May 07, 2001
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church, listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer...
Sydney, Australia
REVEREND HERBERT AND VAN BEEK TALK TO MEDIA ABOUT LEGAL HEROIN INJECTING ROOM OPENING IN SYDNEY.
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church, listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer a question during a media conference regarding the opening last night of Australia's first legal heroin injecting room in Sydney's red-light Kings Cross district May 7, 2001. The controversial injecting room, run by Herbert and Van Beek, is sandwiched between strip clubs and is opposed by the Federal government as well as the Vatican. It opened last night from 6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m., with eight heroin addicts using the room which eventually aims to cater for 150 to 200 addicts a day.

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AUSTRALIA HEROIN
RTRHVLF
May 07, 2001
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer...
Sydney, Australia
REVEREND HERBERT AND VAN BEEK TALK TO MEDIA ABOUT LEGAL HEROIN INJECTING ROOM OPENING IN SYDNEY.
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer a question during a media conference regarding the opening last night of Australia's first legal heroin injecting room in Sydney's red-light Kings Cross district May 7, 2001. The controversial injecting room, run by Herbert and Van Beek, is sandwiched between strip clubs and is opposed by the Federal government as well as the Vatican. It opened last night from 6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m., with eight heroin addicts using the room which eventually aims to cater for 150 to 200 addicts a day.

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AUSTRALIA HEROIN
RTRHVLB
May 07, 2001
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church, listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer...
Sydney, Australia
REVEREND HERBERT AND VAN BEEK TALK TO MEDIA ABOUT LEGAL HEROIN INJECTING ROOM OPENING IN SYDNEY.
Reverend Harry Herbert (L) from the Uniting Church, listens to Medical Director Ingrid Van Beek answer a question during a media conference regarding the opening last night of Australia's first legal heroin injecting room in Sydney's red-light Kings Cross district May 7, 2001. The controversial injecting room, run by Herbert and Van Beek, is sandwiched between strip clubs and is opposed by the Federal government as well as the Vatican. It opened last night from 6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m., with eight heroin addicts using the room which eventually aims to cater for 150 to 200 addicts a day.

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