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SERBIA-RUSSIA/MEDIA
RTS14X3S
May 03, 2017
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11,...
Belgrade, Serbia
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade
A sound engineer works during a broadcast at "Studio B" radio station in Belgrade, Serbia, April 11, 2017. Picture taken on April 11, 2017. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic
USA-ELECTION/
RTX27ABQ
February 17, 2016
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan demonstrates a current voting booth in...
Norwalk, UNITED STATES
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan demonstrates a current voting booth in...
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan demonstrates a current voting booth in Norwalk, California, United States, February 16, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
TECH-CES/
RTX21HQJ
January 08, 2016
A Sony PS-HX500 turntable is displayed in the Sony booth during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas,...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A Sony PS-HX500 turntable is displayed in the Sony booth during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas
A Sony PS-HX500 turntable is displayed in the Sony booth during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2016. The new turntable lets users record vinyl using high-resolution music formats such as DSD and WAV. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1SA2G
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, and French producer Kerredine Soltani (C) work in a music...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, and French producer Kerredine Soltani work in a music recording...
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, and French producer Kerredine Soltani (C) work in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1SA1B
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, speaks with French producer Kerredine Soltani (L) in a...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, speaks with French producer Kerredine Soltani in a music...
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, speaks with French producer Kerredine Soltani (L) in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1SA14
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, is seen in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, is seen in a music recording studio in Paris
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, is seen in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1SA0W
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, talks with singer Emma (L) in a music recording studio...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, talks with singer Emma in a music recording studio in Paris...
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, talks with singer Emma (L) in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1SA00
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, uses headphones in a music recording studio in Paris, France,...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, uses headphone to listen in a music recording studio in...
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, uses headphones in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/FRANCE
RTX1S9ZS
September 24, 2015
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, works in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September...
Paris, France
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, works in a music recording studio in Paris
Ehab Ali Naser, a 23 year-old Syrian refugee, works in a music recording studio in Paris, France, September 15, 2015. Ehab, in Paris for a month, arrived after an 18-month journey that started in his hometown of Homs, Syria, where he was a vendor at the souk. He spent a year in Lebanon, then travelled to Algeria and Morocco before he arrived in the Spanish port of Melila, and then headed to France. Currently he lives in a tent in a small refugee camp along a busy boulevard on the outskirts of Paris. Ehab has always dreamt of becoming a singer and one day his path crosses with that of a French producer, writer and composer visiting the refugee camp at Porte de Saint Ouen, who gives him the chance to try out his voice in a professional music studio. Picture taken September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/
RTX1LY8G
July 27, 2015
Gamers play and record games under Windows 10 at the Microsoft Windows 10 booth at Ani-Com & Games Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Gamers play and record games under Windows 10 at the Microsoft Windows 10 booth at Ani-Com & Games Hong...
Gamers play and record games under Windows 10 at the Microsoft Windows 10 booth at Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong in Hong Kong, China July 27, 2015, two days before its global official launch. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
BRITAIN-ODDLY/
RTR4JWMQ
January 02, 2015
Amateur contestants (L-R) Phil Bailey, John Hindle and Eren Emir pose in telephone booths during the...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Amateur contestants pose in telephone booths during the annual European Elvis Tribute Artist Contest...
Amateur contestants (L-R) Phil Bailey, John Hindle and Eren Emir pose in telephone booths during the annual European Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and Convention in Birmingham, central England January 2, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4E63B
November 14, 2014
A woman walks past a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in Bucharest November...
Bucharest, Romania
A woman walks past a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate Iohannis in Bucharest
A woman walks past a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in Bucharest November 14, 2014. Romania's leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two center-right parties, trumpeting his record of easing austerity and cutting some taxes in his two years in office. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4E639
November 14, 2014
A woman looks at electoral leaflets of Romania's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in front of a...
Bucharest, Romania
A woman looks at electoral leaflets of Romania's presidential candidate Iohannis in front of a campaign...
A woman looks at electoral leaflets of Romania's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis in front of a campaign booth in Bucharest November 14, 2014. Romania's leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two center-right parties, trumpeting his record of easing austerity and cutting some taxes in his two years in office. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4E636
November 14, 2014
A man talks with a campaign worker (2nd L) in front of a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate...
Bucharest, Romania
A man talks with a campaign worker in front of a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate Iohannis...
A man talks with a campaign worker (2nd L) in front of a campaign booth of Romania's presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis Bucharest November 14, 2014. Romania's leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta is widely expected to win the presidential election in a November 16 run-off vote against Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor backed by two center-right parties, trumpeting his record of easing austerity and cutting some taxes in his two years in office. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MTV-EMAS/
RTR4DH1N
November 09, 2014
Singer Kiesza performs during the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland,...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Singer Kiesza performs during the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow
Singer Kiesza performs during the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards at the SSE Hydro Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-OBAMA/
RTR4AVKR
October 20, 2014
U.S. President Barack Obama makes his way to the voting booth as he takes part in early voting at a polling...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Barack Obama makes his way to the voting booth as he takes part in early voting at a polling...
U.S. President Barack Obama makes his way to the voting booth as he takes part in early voting at a polling station in Chicago, Illinois October 20, 2014. With approval levels hovering around record lows, Obama has spent most of his campaign-related efforts this year raising money for struggling Democrats, who risk losing control of the U.S. Senate in the Nov. 4 midterm election. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-OBAMA/
RTR4AV99
October 20, 2014
A woman looks up from her voting booth as U.S. President Barack Obama takes part in early voting at a...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A woman looks up from her voting booth as U.S. President Barack Obama takes part in early voting at a...
A woman looks up from her voting booth as U.S. President Barack Obama takes part in early voting at a polling station in Chicago, Illinois October 20, 2014. With approval levels hovering around record lows, Obama has spent most of his campaign-related efforts this year raising money for struggling Democrats, who risk losing control of the U.S. Senate in the Nov. 4 midterm election.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SCOTLAND-INDEPENDENCE/PARLIAMENT
RTR443P4
August 28, 2014
Political editor of BBC Scotland Brian Taylor poses for a photograph in a recording booth in the BBC...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Political editor of BBC Scotland Brian Taylor poses for a photograph in a recording booth of the BBC...
Political editor of BBC Scotland Brian Taylor poses for a photograph in a recording booth in the BBC office inside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, August 21, 2014. Several recent polls have shown support for independence pushing higher. But the most recent "poll of polls", on Aug. 15, which was based on an average of the last six polls and excluded undecided respondents, found support for a breakaway stood at 43 percent against 57 percent for remaining within Britain. Picture taken August 21, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS TRAVEL MEDIA)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 06 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE PACKAGE 'INSIDE SCOTLAND'S PARLIAMENT'
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OLYMPICS-GREECE/
RTR41JPI
August 07, 2014
A vandalised phone booth is seen at the Athens 2004 Olympic Complex in Athens July 25, 2014. Ten years...
Athens, Greece
A vandalised phone booth is seen at the Athens 2004 Olympic Complex in Athens
A vandalised phone booth is seen at the Athens 2004 Olympic Complex in Athens July 25, 2014. Ten years after Greece hosted the world's greatest sporting extravaganza, many of its once-gleaming Olympic venues have been abandoned while others are used occasionally for non-sporting events such as conferences and weddings. For many Greeks who swelled with pride at the time, the Olympics are now a source of anger as the country struggles through a six-year depression, record unemployment, homelessness and poverty. Just days before the anniversary of the Aug. 13-29 Games in 2004, many question how Greece, among the smallest countries to ever host the Games, has benefited from the multi-billion dollar event. Picture taken July 25, 2014. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT POLITICS BUSINESS)

ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 04 OF 33 FOR WIDER IMAGE PACKAGE 'TEN YEARS ON - ATHENS' FADING OLYMPIC STADIUMS'
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THAILAND-PATTANI/
RTR3UBS1
June 17, 2014
Wanahmad Wankuejik, director of the community radio station Media Selatan, broadcasts at his studio in...
Pattani, Thailand
Wanahmad Wankuejik, director of the community radio station Media Selatan, broadcasts at his studio in...
Wanahmad Wankuejik, director of the community radio station Media Selatan, broadcasts at his studio in Pattani June 5, 2014, one of three southernmost provinces of Thailand where government troops have fought Muslim separatist since 2004. The war has killed more than 6,000 people. The Thai military closed Media Selatan and thousands of other radio stations when it seized power in a May 22 coup. Many journalists and activists in southern Thailand fear the military will use the coup to roll back on their hard-won freedoms. Picture taken June 5, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (THAILAND - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
YEMEN/
RTR3MTGP
April 27, 2014
Presenters record a show at the main studio of Yemen FM, a private radio station in Sanaa April 22, 2014....
Sanaa, Yemen
Presenters record a show at the main studio of Yemen FM, a private radio station in Sanaa
Presenters record a show at the main studio of Yemen FM, a private radio station in Sanaa April 22, 2014. Since the 2011 uprising that toppled Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, there has been a proliferation of unlicensed private broadcast media in the country, a trend that the information minister acknowledged needs urgent regulation, local media reported. Picture taken April 22, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3KPZI
April 10, 2014
A man leans inside the booth to cast his vote for the general election at a polling station in Amka village...
AMKA, India
Man leans inside the booth to cast his vote for the general election at a polling station in Amka village...
A man leans inside the booth to cast his vote for the general election at a polling station in Amka village on the outskirts of New Delhi April 10, 2014. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in the world's biggest election - a number exceeding the population of Europe and a world record - and results of the mammoth exercise, which concludes on May 12, are due on May 16. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3KPVC
April 10, 2014
A voter looks at an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) before casting his vote inside a booth at a polling...
Bhangel, India
A voter looks at an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) before casting his vote inside a booth at a polling...
A voter looks at an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) before casting his vote inside a booth at a polling station in Bhangel village on the outskirts of New Delhi April 10, 2014. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in the world's biggest election - a number exceeding the population of Europe and a world record - and results of the mammoth exercise, which concludes on May 12, are due on May 16. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3KPO9
April 10, 2014
A woman looks at her voter identification card as she enters a booth at a polling station in Amka village...
AMKA, India
A woman looks at her voter identification card as she enters a booth at a polling station in Amka village...
A woman looks at her voter identification card as she enters a booth at a polling station in Amka village on the outskirts of New Delhi April 10, 2014. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in the world's biggest election - a number exceeding the population of Europe and a world record - and results of the mammoth exercise, which concludes on May 12, are due on May 16. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDIA-ELECTION/
RTR3KNK6
April 10, 2014
Sonia Gandhi, chief of India's ruling Congress party, walks out of a polling booth after casting her...
New Delhi, India
Gandhi, chief of India's ruling Congress party, walks out of a polling booth after casting her vote in...
Sonia Gandhi, chief of India's ruling Congress party, walks out of a polling booth after casting her vote in New Delhi April 10, 2014. Around 815 million people have registered to vote in the world's biggest election - a number exceeding the population of Europe and a world record - and results of the mammoth exercise, which concludes on May 12, are due on May 16. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA/
RTX18RB2
February 13, 2014
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag...
TULARE, UNITED STATES
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag...
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, February 12, 2014. The expo takes place as a third year of drought plagues California farmers with the driest year on record and prompting California Governor Jerry Brown to declare a statewide drought emergency. Picture taken on February 12, 2014. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
AGRI ENV
USA/
RTX18RB1
February 13, 2014
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag...
TULARE, UNITED STATES
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag...
Agricultural PVC pipe fittings are exhibited at the HARCO Fittings booth at the 47th Annual World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, February 12, 2014. The expo takes place as a third year of drought plagues California farmers with the driest year on record and prompting California Governor Jerry Brown to declare a statewide drought emergency. Picture taken on February 12, 2014. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
AGRI ENV
USA/
RTX18RAJ
February 13, 2014
People walk through an exhibit hall near a Merck Animal Health booth at the 47th Annual World Ag Expo...
TULARE, UNITED STATES
People walk through an exhibit hall near a Merck Animal Health booth at the 47th Annual World Ag Expo...
People walk through an exhibit hall near a Merck Animal Health booth at the 47th Annual World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, February 12, 2014. The expo takes place as a third year of drought plagues California farmers with the driest year on record and prompting California Governor Jerry Brown to declare a statewide drought emergency. Picture taken on February 12, 2014. REUTERS/David McNew (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/BOEING
RTX18KR7
February 11, 2014
The tailwing of a model Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft is pictured at the Boeing booth at the Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
Tailwing of a model Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft is pictured at the Boeing booth at the Singapore Airshow...
The tailwing of a model Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft is pictured at the Boeing booth at the Singapore Airshow February 11, 2014. Boeing said on Tuesday it was very confident that it could deliver orders on time as airlines in the Asia-Pacific place a record number of orders for commercial aircraft. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/
RTX18IBZ
February 10, 2014
A worker makes final touches to the Airbus booth ahead of the Singapore Airshow February 10, 2014. Aerospace...
Singapore, Singapore
A worker makes final touches to the Airbus booth ahead of the Singapore Airshow
A worker makes final touches to the Airbus booth ahead of the Singapore Airshow February 10, 2014. Aerospace firms will finalise billions of dollars of deals at Tuesday's Singapore Airshow, hoping to ride out a storm in emerging markets whose prosperity is vital to their plans to keep producing record numbers of jets. Asia's largest aerospace gathering is usually a "show and tell" event where executives come to mingle with some of the world's biggest long-haul carriers and Asia's ambitious new travel tycoons, as well as the region's busy military buyers. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AIRSHOW-SINGAPORE/
RTX18C90
February 07, 2014
Workers set up exhibition booths near a model of an Airbus A380 aircraft ahead of the Singapore Airshow...
Singapore, Singapore
Workers set up exhibition venue of Singapore Airshow
Workers set up exhibition booths near a model of an Airbus A380 aircraft ahead of the Singapore Airshow February 7, 2014. Aerospace firms will finalise billions of dollars of deals at next week's Singapore Airshow, hoping to ride out a storm in emerging markets whose prosperity is vital to their plans to keep producing record numbers of jets. Asia's largest aerospace gathering is usually a "show and tell" event where executives come to mingle with some of the world's biggest long-haul carriers and Asia's ambitious new travel tycoons, as well as the region's busy military buyers. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTX15SUI
November 25, 2013
Visitors stand at a Gluehwein booth at the Christmas market in Munich November 25, 2013. The first official...
Munich, Germany
Visitors stand at a Gluehwein booth at the Christmas market in Munich
Visitors stand at a Gluehwein booth at the Christmas market in Munich November 25, 2013. The first official record of this pre-Christmas market dates back to 1628. Every year, Germany's traditional markets draw millions of visitors, both local and foreign. They open before the first Sunday of Advent and usually continue until December 24 at 12 noon. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD ANNIVERSARY)
ISRAEL/
RTX1599G
November 11, 2013
An Israeli soldier from Galei Tzahal, the Israeli army radio station, speaks during a broadcast session...
Jaffa, Israel
An Israeli soldier from the Israeli army radio station speaks during a broadcast at the station's studio...
An Israeli soldier from Galei Tzahal, the Israeli army radio station, speaks during a broadcast session at the station's studio in Jaffa, south of central Tel Aviv November 10, 2013. The Israeli military operates two radio stations, a news-based station that started broadcasting in 1950, and Galgalatz, a popular music station marking its 20th anniversary. The stations mostly employ soldiers who work alongside civilian presenters, including leading names in Israeli broadcasting. Picture taken November 10, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: MILITARY MEDIA)
MURATA-INTERVIEW/
RTR3FGZ7
October 01, 2013
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Tsuneo Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata...
Chiba, Japan
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun"...
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Tsuneo Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" for a photo at its booth at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2013 in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 1, 2013. Japan's flagship consumer technology brands have had a rough few years with their products overshadowed by Korean and U.S. rivals, but the Japanese parts makers who supply those rivals are doing a roaring trade. That is especially true for Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd, known as a supplier for Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones, and which is projecting a 71 percent jump in operating profit this year. Orders between July to September were on a par with the previous quarter's record high of 190.5 billion yen ($1.94 billion), Murata told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview at CEATEC, one of Japan's biggest electronics trade shows held near Tokyo. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MURATA-INTERVIEW/
RTR3FGUK
October 01, 2013
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" demonstrates its performance...
Chiba, Japan
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" demostrates its performance at...
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" demonstrates its performance at its booth at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2013 in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 1, 2013. Japan's flagship consumer technology brands have had a rough few years with their products overshadowed by Korean and U.S. rivals, but the Japanese parts makers who supply those rivals are doing a roaring trade. That is especially true for Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd, known as a supplier for Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones, and which is projecting a 71 percent jump in operating profit this year. Orders between July to September were on a par with the previous quarter's record high of 190.5 billion yen ($1.94 billion), President Tsuneo Murata told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview at CEATEC, one of Japan's biggest electronics trade shows held near Tokyo. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
MURATA-INTERVIEW/
RTR3FGUF
October 01, 2013
A model poses with Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" (R) and unicycle-riding...
Chiba, Japan
A model poses with Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" and unicycle-riding...
A model poses with Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" (R) and unicycle-riding robot "Murata Seikou-chan" for a photo at its booth at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2013 in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 1, 2013. Japan's flagship consumer technology brands have had a rough few years with their products overshadowed by Korean and U.S. rivals, but the Japanese parts makers who supply those rivals are doing a roaring trade. That is especially true for Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd, known as a supplier for Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones, and which is projecting a 71 percent jump in operating profit this year. Orders between July to September were on a par with the previous quarter's record high of 190.5 billion yen ($1.94 billion), President Tsuneo Murata told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview at CEATEC, one of Japan's biggest electronics trade shows held near Tokyo. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
MURATA-INTERVIEW/
RTR3FGUA
October 01, 2013
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Tsuneo Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata...
Chiba, Japan
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun"...
Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd President Tsuneo Murata poses with his company's bicycle-riding robot "Murata Seisaku-kun" for a photo at its booth at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2013 in Chiba, east of Tokyo October 1, 2013. Japan's flagship consumer technology brands have had a rough few years with their products overshadowed by Korean and U.S. rivals, but the Japanese parts makers who supply those rivals are doing a roaring trade. That is especially true for Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd, known as a supplier for Apple Inc's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones, and which is projecting a 71 percent jump in operating profit this year. Orders between July to September were on a par with the previous quarter's record high of 190.5 billion yen ($1.94 billion), Murata told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview at CEATEC, one of Japan's biggest electronics trade shows held near Tokyo. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTR3FEL4
September 29, 2013
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho leaves a voting booth...
MASSAMA, Portugal
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Coelho leaves a voting booth after marking...
Portugal's Prime Minister and Social Democratic party leader Pedro Passos Coelho leaves a voting booth after marking his ballot during local elections in Massama, on the outskirts of Lisbon September 29, 2013. Portuguese voted in local elections on Sunday and were expected to punish the ruling centre-right Social Democrat candidates after years of austerity measures aimed at tackling the worst economic crisis since the 1970s. A record number of mayoral candidates were standing as independents in the first local election since Portugal received a 78-billion-euro IMF/EU bailout in 2011. REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/
RTR3FEKA
September 29, 2013
Portuguese Socialist Party general secretary and main opposition leader Antonio Jose Seguro leaves a...
Caldas Da Rainha, Portugal
Portuguese Socialist Party general secretary and main opposition leader Seguro leaves a polling booth...
Portuguese Socialist Party general secretary and main opposition leader Antonio Jose Seguro leaves a polling booth to cast his ballots for the local elections in Caldas da Rainha, north of Lisbon September 29, 2013. Portuguese voted in local elections on Sunday and were expected to punish the ruling centre-right Social Democrat candidates after years of austerity measures aimed at tackling the worst economic crisis since the 1970s. A record number of mayoral candidates were standing as independents in the first local election since Portugal received a 78-billion-euro IMF/EU bailout in 2011. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
HUNGARY-FLOOD
RTX10IOE
June 10, 2013
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River...
Budapest, Hungary
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River...
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River in Budapest June 10, 2013. The Hungarian capital escaped damage from the swollen river Danube, which peaked at record high levels in Budapest overnight and started receding slowly on Monday morning. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
HUNGARY-FLOOD/
RTX10INY
June 10, 2013
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River...
Budapest, Hungary
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River...
A ticket booth for cruise ships is seen submerged in water along the banks of the flooding Danube River in Budapest June 10, 2013. The Hungarian capital escaped damage from the swollen river Danube, which peaked at record high levels in Budapest overnight and started receding slowly on Monday morning. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN-ELECTION/FINANCIAL
RTXZKQ9
May 13, 2013
A stock broker talks on the phone while monitoring the market from his booth during trading session at...
Karachi, Pakistan
A stock broker talks on the phone while monitoring the market from his booth during trading session at...
A stock broker talks on the phone while monitoring the market from his booth during trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange May 13, 2013. Pakistan's stock market hit a record high on Monday as former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's party appeared headed for victory after May 11 elections, boosting hopes of reforms. The Karachi Stock Exchange jumped 1.6 percent to scale the 20,000 mark on expectations that an administration headed by the pro-business Sharif would focus on reviving the economy, dealers said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
PAKISTAN-ELECTION/FINANCIAL
RTXZKQ7
May 13, 2013
Stockbrokers react as they monitor the market from outside their booth during a trading session at the...
Karachi, Pakistan
Stockbrokers react as they monitor the market from outside their booth during a trading session at the...
Stockbrokers react as they monitor the market from outside their booth during a trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange May 13, 2013. Pakistan's stock market hit a record high on Monday as former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's party appeared headed for victory after May 11 elections, boosting hopes of reforms. The Karachi Stock Exchange jumped 1.6 percent to scale the 20,000 mark on expectations that an administration headed by the pro-business Sharif would focus on reviving the economy, dealers said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
PAKISTAN-ELECTION/FINANCIAL
RTXZKP8
May 13, 2013
A stock broker sits in a booth monitoring the market during trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange...
Karachi, Pakistan
A stock broker sits in a booth monitoring the market during trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange...
A stock broker sits in a booth monitoring the market during trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange May 13, 2013. Pakistan's stock market hit a record high on Monday as former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's party appeared headed for victory after May 11 elections, boosting hopes of reforms. The Karachi Stock Exchange jumped 1.6 percent to scale the 20,000 mark on expectations that an administration headed by the pro-business Sharif would focus on reviving the economy, dealers said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/
RTR3A2KX
November 06, 2012
People sign the voting record book before going into the voting booth at the Bay Head Fire Company during...
BAY HEAD, UNITED STATES
People sign the voting record book before going into the voting booth at the Bay Head Fire Company during...
People sign the voting record book before going into the voting booth at the Bay Head Fire Company during the U.S. presidential elections in Bay Head, New Jersey, November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ELECTIONS)
PAKISTAN-RADIO/
RTR38CIM
September 24, 2012
A view of the broadcasting studio of a Pashto-language radio show in Peshawar August 16, 2012. Many people...
Peshawar, Pakistan
To match story PAKISTAN-RADIO/
A view of the broadcasting studio of a Pashto-language radio show in Peshawar August 16, 2012. Many people shared their stories on the Pashto-language radio show aimed at undercutting support for the Taliban in their heartlands along the rugged frontier between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Pakistan's weak civilian government, a U.S. ally often derided as inept and corrupt, is struggling to defeat the insurgency and largely failing to win hearts and minds. Picture taken on August 16, 2012. To match story PAKISTAN-RADIO/ REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
PAKISTAN-RADIO/
RTR38CIK
September 24, 2012
A host works at the broadcasting studio of a Pashto-language radio show in Peshawar August 16, 2012....
Peshawar, Pakistan
To match story PAKISTAN-RADIO/
A host works at the broadcasting studio of a Pashto-language radio show in Peshawar August 16, 2012. Many people shared their stories on the Pashto-language radio show aimed at undercutting support for the Taliban in their heartlands along the rugged frontier between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Pakistan's weak civilian government, a U.S. ally often derided as inept and corrupt, is struggling to defeat the insurgency and largely failing to win hearts and minds. Picture taken on August 16, 2012. To match story PAKISTAN-RADIO/ REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
PALESTINIAN-BUSINESS/WOMEN
RTR34TUW
July 11, 2012
Maysoun Odeh Gangat, the founder and CEO of NISAA FM, which ranks as one of Ramallah's top five radio...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Gangat, the founder and CEO of NISAA FM, which ranks as one of Ramallah's top five radio stations, works...
Maysoun Odeh Gangat, the founder and CEO of NISAA FM, which ranks as one of Ramallah's top five radio stations, works at the station's studio in the West Bank city of Ramallah July 10, 2012. Looking to spread the good word, NISAA FM radio station took to the airwaves in 2010, set up by and for women. It highlights local success stories about anything from female-led investment groups to refugee camp microfinance projects. Picture taken July 10, 2012. To match story PALESTINIAN-BUSINESS/WOMEN/ REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR31M60
May 04, 2012
Residents paddle a boat to navigate near a public telephone booth along the streets of Anama flooded...
ANAMA, Brazil
Residents paddle a boat to navigate near a public telephone booth along the streets of Anama flooded...
Residents paddle a boat to navigate near a public telephone booth along the streets of Anama flooded by the rising Rio Solimoes, one of the two main branches of the Amazon River, 160 km (100 miles) west of Manaus May 4, 2012. While a swath of the Brazilian Amazon is under a state of emergency as rivers overflow in one of the worst floods on record, the country's northeastern region faces its worst drought in the last 30 years, affecting well over 500 towns and cities, according to data from different government monitoring agencies. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
LOTTERY
RTR3020X
March 29, 2012
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen on a New York City phone booth...
New York, UNITED STATES
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen in New York
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen on a New York City phone booth on the upper west side of Manhattan March 29, 2012. Lottery fever spread across the United States on Wednesday with people in more than 40 states buying tickets for the Mega Millions jackpot that has reached an all-time record of $500 million, officials said. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
LOTTERY-MEGAMILLIONS/
RTR3020M
March 29, 2012
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen on a New York City phone booth...
New York, UNITED STATES
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen in New York
An electric sign advertising the Mega Millions lottery jackpot is seen on a New York City phone booth on the upper west side of Manhattan March 29, 2012. Lottery fever spread across the United States on Wednesday with people in more than 40 states buying tickets for the Mega Millions jackpot that has reached an all-time record of $500 million, officials said. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
FINANCIAL-PAKISTAN/
RTR2YOKF
March 01, 2012
A man yawns as he sits in a booth while monitoring shares prices during a
trading session at the Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
A man yawns as he sits in a booth while monitoring shares prices during a trading session at the Karachi...
A man yawns as he sits in a booth while monitoring shares prices during a
trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange March 1, 2012. The Pakistani rupee ended weaker at 90.95/91.00 to the dollar on Thursday, inching closer to its record low of 91.28 touched in January, because of higher import payments especially for oil, dealers said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN
RTR2VEVR
December 18, 2011
A HMV music branch is partly reflected in a telephone box in London December 18, 2011. The music and...
London, United Kingdom
A HMV music branch is partly reflected in a telephone box in London
A HMV music branch is partly reflected in a telephone box in London December 18, 2011. The music and books retailer will announce its first-half results on Monday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
GREECE-UNEMPLOYMENT/
RTR2UZPY
December 08, 2011
A worker sleeps inside a guard booth at the Hellenic Steel factory during the 39th day of a strike opposing...
Athens, Greece
A worker sleeps inside a guard booth at the Hellenic Steel factory during the 39th day of a strike in...
A worker sleeps inside a guard booth at the Hellenic Steel factory during the 39th day of a strike opposing job and wage cuts in Aspropyrgos suburb, west of Athens December 8, 2011. The country's statistics service ELSTAT said on Thursday that Greece's jobless rate hit a record high of 18.4 percent in August, with the number of unemployment rising to 907,953, 48% up from 2010. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
LIBYA/
RTR2P0O3
July 18, 2011
Khaled, 38, reads a news report at the broadcasting studio of Radio Nafusa al-Hurra (Free Nafusa Radio)...
JADO, Libya
Khaled, 38, reads a news report at the broadcasting studio of Radio Nafusa al-Hurra (Free Nafusa Radio)...
Khaled, 38, reads a news report at the broadcasting studio of Radio Nafusa al-Hurra (Free Nafusa Radio) in Jado, western Libya, July 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (LIBYA - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS CONFLICT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-CYCLONE/
RTXXEWQ
February 03, 2011
A public phone booth lies on the ground after Cyclone Yasi passed, in the northern Australian town of...
COWLEY BEACH, Australia
A public phone booth lies on the ground after Cyclone Yasi passed, in the northern Australian town of...
A public phone booth lies on the ground after Cyclone Yasi passed, in the northern Australian town of Cowley Beach February 3, 2011. One of the most powerful cyclones on record, Yasi tore off roofs, toppled power lines and terrified tens of thousands of people hunkered down in their homes in northeastern Australia on Thursday but there were no reports of deaths. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-CYCLONE/
RTXXEWL
February 03, 2011
A fallen power line leads to a collapsed public phone booth after Cyclone Yasi passed, in the northern...
COWLEY BEACH, Australia
Fallen power line leads to a collapsed public phone booth in the northern Australian town of Cowley Beach...
A fallen power line leads to a collapsed public phone booth after Cyclone Yasi passed, in the northern Australian town of Cowley Beach February 3, 2011. One of the most powerful cyclones on record tore off roofs, Yasi toppled power lines and terrified tens of thousands of people hunkered down in their homes in northeastern Australia on Thursday but there were no reports of deaths. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INTERVENTION
RTXUD5M
November 08, 2010
A money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo November 8, 2010....
Tokyo, Japan
Money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo
A money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo November 8, 2010. Japan intervened in the currency market on only on one day in September, when it resumed yen-selling intervention for the first time in six years, and on that day it sold a record 2.1249 trillion yen, or $26.14 billion worth. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INTERVENTION
RTXUD5L
November 08, 2010
A money changer places some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills next to Japanese yens at an exchange booth...
Tokyo, Japan
Money changer places some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills next to Japanese yens at an exchange booth in...
A money changer places some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills next to Japanese yens at an exchange booth in Tokyo November 8, 2010. Japan intervened in the currency market on only on one day in September, when it resumed yen-selling intervention for the first time in six years, and on that day it sold a record 2.1249 trillion yen, or $26.14 billion worth. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
JAPAN-ECONOMY/INTERVENTION
RTXUD5K
November 08, 2010
A money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo November 8, 2010....
Tokyo, Japan
Money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo
A money changer shows some one-hundred U.S. dollar bills at an exchange booth in Tokyo November 8, 2010. Japan intervened in the currency market on only on one day in September, when it resumed yen-selling intervention for the first time in six years, and on that day it sold a record 2.1249 trillion yen, or $26.14 billion worth. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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