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USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASN 
July 09, 2021 
Tattoos are shown on the arm U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley as he poses for a portrait at his... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
Tattoos are shown on the arm U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley as he poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASM 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASL 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASK 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASJ 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASI 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASH 
July 09, 2021 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California,... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley poses for a portrait at his home in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
USA-AFGHANISTAN/VETERANS
RTXELASG 
July 09, 2021 
Keepsakes from his career are shown on a shelf in the home of U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley... 
Garden Grove, UNITED STATES 
A U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley reflects on Afghanistan mission as U.S. departs. 
Keepsakes from his career are shown on a shelf in the home of U.S special forces veteran Jason Lilley in Garden Grove, California, U.S., July 9, 2021. Lilley spoke to Reuters about his experience in Afghanistan and his thoughts as the U.S. leaves the country. Picture taken July 9, 202. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WUHAN-RESIDENTS
RTX8H82M 
December 20, 2020 
Jiang Honghua, 34, poses for a picture at her food stall almost a year after the global outbreak of the... 
Wuhan, China 
Wuhan Postcards: Locals reflect on COVID-19 and the year their city became known worldwide 
Jiang Honghua, 34, poses for a picture at her food stall almost a year after the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Wuhan, Hubei province, China December 14, 2020. "I thought my year in 2020 was actually ok, I felt lucky that I could maintain the livelihood of the whole family. I hope in 2021 I can have a good business," Honghua said. Picture taken December 14, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/WUHAN-RESIDENTS
RTX8H82G 
December 20, 2020 
Zhang Xinghao, lead singer of band Mad Rat, poses for a picture almost a year after the global outbreak... 
Wuhan, China 
Wuhan Postcards: Locals reflect on COVID-19 and the year their city became known worldwide 
Zhang Xinghao, lead singer of band Mad Rat, poses for a picture almost a year after the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Wuhan, Hubei province, China December 9, 2020. "At that time, I couldn't do anything at home. It was very boring, so I thought I needed to write some music and sing some songs to find some fun in my life," Xinghao said. Picture taken December 9, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song 
Coronavirus
Coronavirus 
Seattle hospital staff reflect on their coronavirus fight 
52 PICTURES 
Pictures Report
Pictures Report 
Seattle hospital staff reflect on their coronavirus fight 
52 PICTURES 
USA-TRUMP/POY
RTX6IKGI 
December 14, 2018 
Christine Blasey Ford closes her eyes as she is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Pictures of the Year: For Trump, a year of high drama at home and abroad 
Christine Blasey Ford closes her eyes as she is sworn in before testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 27, 2018. Reuters photographer Jim Bourg: "The moment looks peaceful as if Christine Blasey Ford had closed her eyes in thought, but the image actually reflects the fact that in the nine seconds that she had her hand up to be sworn in to testify, she blinked several times. Blasey Ford began her testimony by saying: 'I am here today not because I want to be. I am terrified. I am here because I believe it is my civic duty to tell you what happened to me while Brett Kavanaugh and I were in high school.'" REUTERS/Jim Bourg SEARCH "TRUMP POY" FOR FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2018 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/TUNISIA
RTS1RXXE 
May 17, 2018 
A man prays at a mosque on the first day of Ramadan in Tunis, Tunisia, May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Zoubeir... 
Tunis, Tunisia 
A man prays at a mosque on the first day of Ramadan in Tunis 
A man prays at a mosque on the first day of Ramadan in Tunis, Tunisia, May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi 
RELIGION-RAMADAN/SINGAPORE
RTS1RWG2 
May 17, 2018 
Women perform prayers on the evening of the first day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan at the Darul... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Women perform prayers on the evening of the first day of Ramadan at the Darul Makmur Mosque in Singapore... 
Women perform prayers on the evening of the first day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan at the Darul Makmur Mosque in Singapore, May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Feline Lim 
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX5NEFO 
April 12, 2018 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa, Yemen April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa, Yemen April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX5NCVG 
April 12, 2018 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa, Yemen April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa 
A woman shops at the old market in the historic city of Sanaa, Yemen April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi 
NORTHKOREA-CHINA/BORDER-DEFECTORS
RTX5N7BQ 
April 12, 2018 
Kim Ryen Hui, 48, is reflected on a window as she poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, November... 
Seoul, South Korea 
The Wider Image: Escape from North Korea 
Kim Ryen Hui, 48, is reflected on a window as she poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, November 14, 2017. Ryon Hui is from Pyongyang. She says she never wanted to defect. In 2011, she says, a broker helped her go to China for treatment on her liver. But the broker tricked her, she said, and she ended up in South Korea. She is campaigning to return, which Seoul says would be against the law. "I miss my parents even more than I miss my daughter. They're everything to me. For the first few years, I couldn't even breathe properly when I thought of them. My little brother lives with them in Pyongyang now. My mother can't see out of one eye. The thing I fear the most is finding out they've passed away before I have the chance to go back. My daughter and I have been writing letters and sending photos to each other. My cousin lives in China, so she's been sending them on. My daughter's name is Ri Ryon Gum. She was born on February 15, 1993. I don't want her to live out her life with me here. When she was young, she did taekwondo. She wanted to get involved in espionage operations against South Korea. She was so fearless. That's why she was doing taekwondo - to get involved in anti-South espionage. So I was really surprised to hear she became a chef. In a video of her I received, she explained why. She said that after I had left, she moved in with her father in Pyongyang and had been cooking for him. She said she decided to become a chef so she could fulfill my role at home. I was sad when I heard that." REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji SEARCH "DEFECTORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
RELIGION-EASTER/CHINA
RTX5F17X 
March 29, 2018 
A Catholic believer prays during a mass on Holy Thursday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception... 
Beijing, China 
A Catholic believer prays during a mass on Holy Thursday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception... 
A Catholic believer prays during a mass on Holy Thursday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Beijing, China March 29, 2018. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
GLOBAL-PRECIOUS/
RTX4BO93 
January 15, 2018 
A dog sits next to decorative silver animals at Silber Sturm, a traditional silverware shop in Vienna,... 
Vienna, Austria 
A dog sits next to decorative silver animals at Silber Sturm, a traditional silverware shop in Vienna... 
A dog sits next to decorative silver animals at Silber Sturm, a traditional silverware shop in Vienna, Austria, January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader 
GLOBAL-RELIGION/
RTX3DDQ9 
August 26, 2017 
A woman prays in front of statue of Sangre de Cristo at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
A woman prays in front of statue of Sangre de Cristo at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Managua 
A woman prays in front of statue of Sangre de Cristo at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua August 25,2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
GLOBAL-RELIGION/
RTS1CZPA 
August 23, 2017 
A woman is seen inside the Cathedral of Saint Pierre and Saint Paul in Nantes, France, August 23, 2017.... 
Nantes, France 
A woman is seen inside the Cathedral of Saint Pierre and Saint Paul in Nantes 
A woman is seen inside the Cathedral of Saint Pierre and Saint Paul in Nantes, France, August 23, 2017. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AVQ 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AIE 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo (front) and his assistant set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo (front) and his assistant set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AID 
June 16, 2017 
A paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun is placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
A paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun is placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
A paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun is placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AIC 
June 16, 2017 
Paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47s, handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li... 
Beijing, China 
Paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47s, handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li... 
Paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47s, handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AIB 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo (C) and his assistants set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistants set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo (C) and his assistants set up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AIA 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as he sets up his work... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as he sets up his work... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as he sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI9 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo gets a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun from his assistant as he sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI8 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant set up a paper sculpture in the shape of an AK 47 assault... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant set up a paper sculpture in the shape of an AK 47 assault... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant set up a paper sculpture in the shape of an AK 47 assault rifle for his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI7 
June 16, 2017 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's... 
Beijing, China 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's... 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI6 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI5 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo prepares a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as a part of his work “Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo prepares a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as a part of his work “Ocean... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo prepares a paper sculpture in the shape of a handgun as a part of his work “Ocean of Flowers” at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI4 
June 16, 2017 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's... 
Beijing, China 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's... 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns and bullets are placed as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI2 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo places paper sculptures in the shape of handguns as he sets up his work "Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo places paper sculptures in the shape of handguns as he sets up his work "Ocean... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo places paper sculptures in the shape of handguns as he sets up his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI1 
June 16, 2017 
Assistants of Chinese artist Li Hongbo place paper sculptures in the shape of handguns for Li's work... 
Beijing, China 
Assistants of Chinese artist Li Hongbo place paper sculptures in the shape of handguns for Li's work... 
Assistants of Chinese artist Li Hongbo place paper sculptures in the shape of handguns for Li's work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AI0 
June 16, 2017 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handguns are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AHZ 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant carry paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47 assault rifles... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant carry paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47 assault rifles... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo and his assistant carry paper sculptures in the shape of AK 47 assault rifles as they set up Li's work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AHG 
June 16, 2017 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handgun are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handgun are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean... 
Paper sculptures in the shape of handgun are seen as a part of Chinese artist Li Hongbo's work "Ocean of Flowers" ahead of the exhibition at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 13, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CHINA-ART/
RTS17AGX 
June 16, 2017 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in shape of MP5 submachine gun for his work "Ocean... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in shape of MP5 submachine gun for his work "Ocean... 
Chinese artist Li Hongbo flattens a paper sculpture in shape of MP5 submachine gun for his work "Ocean of Flowers" at Eight One Art Museum in Beijing, China June 14, 2017. According to Li, nearly 2000 sculptures in shape of different weapons, made of hundreds of pieces of brightly coloured paper, reflect his thoughts about desire, destruction, hatred and war. Picture taken June 14, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
OLYMPICS-RIO/PORTRAITS
RTSKPZZ 
August 02, 2016 
Just a week before Rio de Janeiro hosts South America's first Olympics, city residents expressed mixed... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Cariocas reflect on the Olympics
Just a week before Rio de Janeiro hosts South America's first Olympics, city residents expressed mixed feelings about the cost and security of the Games, while holding out hope they will bring joy to a nation facing economic and political crises. The conflicted thoughts mirror a recent survey by the Datafolha polling group showing that half of Brazilians were opposed to holding the Games, while 63 percent think the costs of hosting the event will outweigh benefits. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "CARIOCAS PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. Matching text OLYMPICS-RIO/PORTRAITS 
OLYMPICS-RIO/PORTRAITS
RTSKPWR 
August 02, 2016 
Ducinea Rancheiro, a 48-year-old street vendor, poses for a portrait at the Praia Vermelha (Red Beach)... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Cariocas reflect on the Olympics
Ducinea Rancheiro, a 48-year-old street vendor, poses for a portrait at the Praia Vermelha (Red Beach) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 25, 2016. When asked what she thought about Rio de Janeiro hosting the Olympics, Ducinea said, "I am not a person who identifies with sports, but it will be good because it has given people work by generating jobs mostly in the tourism sector." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "CARIOCAS PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
OLYMPICS-RIO/PORTRAITS
RTSKPWE 
August 02, 2016 
Gabriela Galvao, a 40-year-old businesswoman, poses for a portrait at her home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Cariocas reflect on the Olympics
Gabriela Galvao, a 40-year-old businesswoman, poses for a portrait at her home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 27, 2016. When asked what she thought about Rio de Janeiro hosting the Olympics, Gabriela said, "The city of Rio de Janeiro always had bad services and the image of a disordered and violent city, but during the Olympics tourists will get the best impression because they come looking for fun." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "CARIOCAS PORTRAITS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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RTSCBSP 
March 26, 2016 
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THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX24663 
January 27, 2016 
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26,... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi 
"Child angel" dolls are pictured at a house that sell the dolls in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX24662 
January 27, 2016 
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi,... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi... 
Women carry "child angel" dolls to a Buddhist monk to be blessed at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465Z 
January 27, 2016 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465Y 
January 27, 2016 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo (C), 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during a blessing... 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo (C), 64, blesses devotees who brought "child angel" dolls during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2465M 
January 27, 2016 
Mananya Boonmee (L), 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom (R),... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Mananya Boonmee, 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom, 33, at... 
Mananya Boonmee (L), 49, performs a ritual on a "child angel" doll and her owner Manita Chuenarom (R), 33, at her house in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi 
Natsuda Jantabtim, 45, kisses her "child angel" doll in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26,... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi 
A devotee dresses up her "child angel" doll near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Devotees hold up their "child angel" dolls inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26,... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Devotees hold up their "child angel" dolls inside a department store in Bangkok 
Devotees hold up their "child angel" dolls inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Mananya Boonmee, 49, works on the make-up of a "child angel" doll at her house in Nonthaburi, Thailand,... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Mananya Boonmee, 49, works on the make-up of a "child angel" doll at her house in Nonthaburi, Thailand... 
Mananya Boonmee, 49, works on the make-up of a "child angel" doll at her house in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Prew, 6, smiles as she holds up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand,... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Prew, 6, smiles as she holds up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand... 
Prew, 6, smiles as she holds up her "child angel" doll inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Hong, 42, a street food stall owner, works next to her "child angel" dolls near Wat Bua Khwan temple... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Hong, 42, a street food stall owner, works next to her "child angel" dolls near Wat Bua Khwan temple... 
Hong, 42, a street food stall owner, works next to her "child angel" dolls near Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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January 27, 2016 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
RTX2464Q 
January 27, 2016 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at... 
Buddhist monk Phra Winai Thidtapanyo, 64, anoints on a "child angel" doll during a blessing ritual at Wat Bua Khwan temple in Nonthaburi, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-DOLLS/
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January 27, 2016 
A "child angel" doll is pictured at a shop inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26,... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A "child angel" doll is pictured at a shop inside a department store in Bangkok 
A "child angel" doll is pictured at a shop inside a department store in Bangkok, Thailand, January 26, 2016. A craze for lifelike dolls thought to bring good luck is sweeping Thailand, reflecting widespread anxiety as the economy struggles and political uncertainty persists nearly two years after a coup. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
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