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November 11, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Brazilian Grand Prix - Jose Carlos Pace Circuit, Sao Paulo, Brazil - November 11, 2022... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Brazilian Grand Prix 
Formula One F1 - Brazilian Grand Prix - Jose Carlos Pace Circuit, Sao Paulo, Brazil - November 11, 2022 Mercedes' George Russell's car is loaded onto a recovery truck during qualifying REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli 
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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain,... 
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Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window of their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball with her impaired foot during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022.Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "ItÕs a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, IÕve had to take on responsibilities before my time, IÕve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says RedondoÕs 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home after her round of daily therapy sessions at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "Pilar is incredibly resilient and she always has the best attitude. That's very important for her recovery process" says Moreno. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions of the day at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max... 
Suzuka, Japan 
Japanese Grand Prix 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max Verstappen is seen on a giant screen after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators wearing... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators wearing raincoats in the stands after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators wearing... 
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Japanese Grand Prix 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators wearing raincoats in the stands after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Alpine's Esteban... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Alpine's Esteban Ocon in the pit after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles Pool via REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Marshalls are... 
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Japanese Grand Prix 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Marshalls are seen on the track after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators after... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Spectators after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Issei Kato 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Aston Martin's... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles Pool via REUTERS 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc with drivers and a safety car on track after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Issei Kato 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 A recovery vehicle... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 A recovery vehicle is seen after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Issei Kato 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 AlphaTauri's Yuki... 
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Japanese Grand Prix 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda is interviewed after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles Pool via REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 General view after... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 General view after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Issei Kato 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max Verstappen in the pit after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles Pool via REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in action behind a safety car after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Marshalls are... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 Marshalls are seen on the track after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 09, 2022 
Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 A marshall is... 
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Formula One F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Japan - October 9, 2022 A marshall is seen on the track after the race was stopped due to bad weather conditions and the recovery of vehicles REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, captures an Eurasian eagle-owl... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, captures an Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, to do a check-up before releasing it into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from... 
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Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from Zoo Aquarium Madrid, prepare to release into the wild a Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, in Villamantilla, west of Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from... 
VILLAMANTILLA, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from Zoo Aquarium Madrid, carry two Eurasian eagle-owls who were born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, to be released into the wild in Villamantilla, west of Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, do a final check-up... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, do a final check-up on an Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, before its release into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from... 
VILLAMANTILLA, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, and Maria Jose Luis, from Zoo Aquarium Madrid, prepare to release into the wild a Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, in Villamantilla, west of Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, preprares to release into... 
VILLAMANTILLA, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, preprares to release into the wild a Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, in Villamantilla, west of Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTSC0MD0 
October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, does a final check-up... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, does a final check-up on a Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, before its release into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTSC0MBF 
October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, weight an Eurasian... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, weight an Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, as part of a check-up before its release into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
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October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, captures an Eurasian eagle-owl... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from nocturnal birds of prey recovery centre Brinzal, captures an Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, to do a check-up before releasing it into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTSC0MB3 
October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, carry... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas and Laura Lozano, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, carry two Eurasian eagle-owls who were born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, to be released into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTSC0MB2 
October 04, 2022 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, does a final check-up... 
Madrid, Spain 
Two Eurasian eagle-owls born in captivity at Madrid Zoo are released into the wild 
Patricia Orejas, from the Brinzal Recovery Centre for nocturnal birds of prey, does a final check-up on a Eurasian eagle-owl who was born at the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid last February, before its release into the wild at their facilities in Madrid, Spain, October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, and a nurse collect skin samples from Angelika Lifafu,... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, and a nurse collect skin samples from Angelika Lifafu, 6, to test for monkeypox, at the Yalolia health centre, in Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment, Angelika can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of her lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Angelika's grandfather Litumbe Lifafu. "We demand the government provides medicines for us poor farmers, and the vaccine to fight this disease." REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Angelika Lifafu, 6, who is suffering from suspected monkeypox, sits on a bed at the Yalolia health centre,... 
YALOLIA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Angelika Lifafu, 6, who is suffering from suspected monkeypox, sits on a bed at the Yalolia health centre, Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment, Angelika can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of her lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Angelika's grandfather Litumbe Lifafu. "We demand the government to provide medicines for us poor farmers, and the vaccine to fight this disease." REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Lituka Yenga walks her granddaughter Angelika Lifafu, 6, to the toilet after having skin samples collected... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Lituka Yenga walks her granddaughter Angelika Lifafu, 6, to the toilet after having skin samples collected to test for monkeypox, at the Yalolia health centre, in Yakusu, Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment, Angelika can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of her lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Angelika's grandfather Litumbe Lifafu. REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Lisungi Lifafu, 12, has his eyes checked by a nurse at the Yalolia health centre, in Yakusu, Tshopo,... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Lisungi Lifafu, 12, has his eyes checked by a nurse at the Yalolia health centre, in Yakusu, Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment, Lisungi can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of him lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Lisungi's father Litumbe Lifafu. "We demand the government provides medicines for us poor farmers, and the vaccine to fight this disease." REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
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October 03, 2022 
Angelika Lifafu, 6, has boils on her feet checked by Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, before... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Angelika Lifafu, 6, has boils on her feet checked by Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, before he takes skin samples to test for monkeypox, at the Yalolia health centre, in Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment, Angelika can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of her lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Angelika's grandfather Litumbe Lifafu. "We demand the government provides medicines for us poor farmers, and the vaccine to fight this disease." REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/AFRICA
RTSCR2L1 
October 03, 2022 
Marcel Osekasomba, 48, head nurse at the Yalolia health centre, and Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health... 
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Africa's monkeypox outbreak, sickness and death go undetected 
Marcel Osekasomba, 48, head nurse at the Yalolia health centre, and Theopiste Maloko, 42, a local health official, check the progress of Lisungi Lifafu, 12, who is suffering from monkeypox, while his father Litumbe Lifafu and mother, Lituka Yenga, watch, in Yalolia village, Yakusu, Tshopo, Democratic Republic of Congo, October 3, 2022. Without treatment Lisungi can only wait for the illness to run its course. Ahead of him lies a myriad of possible outcomes including recovery, blindness, or, as was the case with a family member in August, death. "These children have a disease that makes them suffer so much," said Lisungi's father Litumbe Lifafu. "We demand the government provides medicines for us poor farmers, and the vaccine to fight this disease." REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi SEARCH "BASHIZI MONKEYPOX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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September 15, 2022 
A member of South Korea's Agency for KIA Recovery and Identification arranges the remains of Chinese... 
Incheon, South Korea 
South Korea prepares to repatriate remains of Chinese soldiers killed during Korean War 
A member of South Korea's Agency for KIA Recovery and Identification arranges the remains of Chinese soldiers, who were killed in the 1950-53 Korean War, during ceremonial rites to place the remains into the coffin, ahead of its repatriation, at a temporary military ossuary in Incheon, South Korea September 15, 2022. Jung Yeon-je/Pool via REUTERS 
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RTSB8TOI 
September 15, 2022 
Members of South Korea's Agency for KIA Recovery and Identification arrange the remains of Chinese soldiers,... 
Incheon, South Korea 
South Korea prepares to repatriate remains of Chinese soldiers killed during Korean War 
Members of South Korea's Agency for KIA Recovery and Identification arrange the remains of Chinese soldiers, who were killed in the 1950-53 Korean War, ahead of its repatriation, at a temporary military ossuary in Incheon, South Korea September 15, 2022. Jung Yeon-je/Pool via REUTERS 
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August 16, 2022 
A recovery room sits empty at Alamo Women's Reproductive Services, an abortion clinic that closed its... 
San Antonio, UNITED STATES 
A closed abortion clinic in San Antonio 
A recovery room sits empty at Alamo Women's Reproductive Services, an abortion clinic that closed its doors following the overturn of Roe v. Wade and plans to reopen in New Mexico and Illinois, in San Antonio, Texas, August 16, 2022. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare 
USA-ABORTION/
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August 16, 2022 
A recovery room sits empty at Alamo Women's Reproductive Services, an abortion clinic that closed its... 
San Antonio, UNITED STATES 
A closed abortion clinic in San Antonio, Texas 
A recovery room sits empty at Alamo Women's Reproductive Services, an abortion clinic that closed its doors following the overturn of Roe v. Wade and plans to reopen in New Mexico and Illinois, in San Antonio, Texas, August 16, 2022. REUTERS/Callaghan O'Hare 
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August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
RTSABLO0 
August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
RTSABLNI 
August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena holds a paper as he talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena holds a paper as he talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. The paper reads: "2022 recovery, July sales exceed pre-pandemic." REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
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August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena looks on as he talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery,... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena looks on as he talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
RTSABLAJ 
August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
RTSABL86 
August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
ECUADOR-ECONOMY/
RTSABL85 
August 10, 2022 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about... 
Quito, Ecuador 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena talks to Reuters, in Quito 
Ecuador's Finance Minister Pablo Arosemena poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters about Ecuador's fiscal recovery, foreign debt and payment dispute with oil company Perenco, in Quito, Ecuador August 10, 2022. REUTERS/Karen Toro 
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