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THAILAND-PRISON/
RTX4JRZG
January 25, 2018
Women prisoners attend a yoga class at Chiang Mai Women's Correctional Institute, in Chiang Mai, Thailand,...
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Women prisoners attend a yoga class at Chiang Mai Women's Correctional Institute, in Chiang Mai
Women prisoners attend a yoga class at Chiang Mai Women's Correctional Institute, in Chiang Mai, Thailand, January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CD
March 15, 2017
Dumbbells and a stuffed toy are seen inside a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Dumbbells and a stuffed toy are seen inside a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS
RTSTSAU
November 29, 2016
A Philippine army soldier walks outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was...
Nueva Ecija, Philippines
A Philippine army soldier walks outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was...
A Philippine army soldier walks outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was inaugurated inside the military headquarters in Fort Magsaysay, in the Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila, Philippines November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS
RTSTSAP
November 29, 2016
Philippine army soldiers walk outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was inaugurated...
Nueva Ecija, Philippines
Philippine army soldiers walk outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was inaugurated...
Philippine army soldiers walk outside of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center which was inaugurated inside the military headquarters in Fort Magsaysay, in the Nueva Ecija province, north of Manila, Philippines November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/REHABILITATION
RTX2PI3I
October 19, 2016
The soaring popularity of methamphetamine - a cheap and highly addictive drug ÐÊ is overburdening health...
La Union, Philippines
The Wider Image: Drug rehabilitation in the Philippines
The soaring popularity of methamphetamine - a cheap and highly addictive drug ÐÊ is overburdening health services and tearing families and communities apart in Southeast Asia, driving many countries to adopt hardline policies to fight the surge in narcotics use. Around 700,000 drug users and pushers registered with authorities in a process termed "surrendering". There are few programs or facilities to help them. Local governments and private centres are trying to plug the gaps. Private rehabilitation can range from support groups led by clergy in the predominately Catholic nation, to costly treatment programs that charge hundreds of dollars a month, putting them out of reach for most Filipinos. REUTERS/Erik De Castro SEARCH "DRUG REHAB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/REHABILITATION
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/REHABILITATION
RTX2PI3E
October 19, 2016
Drug users who call themselves "Recovering Champions" are hosed with water as part of their weekend drug...
La Union, Philippines
The Wider Image: Drug rehabilitation in the Philippines
Drug users who call themselves "Recovering Champions" are hosed with water as part of their weekend drug rehabilitation program organised by the government of San Fernando, La Union, in northern Philippines, September 24, 2016. The soaring popularity of methamphetamine - a cheap and highly addictive drug Ð is overburdening health services and tearing families and communities apart in Southeast Asia, driving many countries to adopt hardline policies to fight the surge in narcotics use. Around 700,000 drug users and pushers registered with authorities in a process termed "surrendering". REUTERS/Erik De Castro SEARCH "DRUG REHAB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/REHABILITATION
RTX2PI2V
October 19, 2016
Drug users exercise at Central Luzon Drug Rehabilitation Center in Pampanga province, in northern Philippines,...
Pampanga, Philippines
The Wider Image: Drug rehabilitation in the Philippines
Drug users exercise at Central Luzon Drug Rehabilitation Center in Pampanga province, in northern Philippines, October 1, 2016. The soaring popularity of methamphetamine - a cheap and highly addictive drug Ð is overburdening health services and tearing families and communities apart in Southeast Asia, driving many countries to adopt hardline policies to fight the surge in narcotics use. REUTERS/Erik De Castro SEARCH "DRUG REHAB" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ29
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, sit in a class while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ27
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, take physiotherapy while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ25
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, take physiotherapy while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ23
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, take physiotherapy while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ22
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, sit in a class while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX2BJ20
April 25, 2016
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Minsk, Belarus
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear...
Children, who permanently live at the territory contaminated with radionuclides after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident, point on the Belarus' map their villages, while they are in a children's rehabilitation and health centre on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, April 25, 2016. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29Q08
April 13, 2016
Britain's Prince William feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Prince William feeds a baby elephant at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga
Britain's Prince William feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29PZL
April 13, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, plays with a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, plays with a baby rhino at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, plays with a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29PYO
April 13, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest in...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29PYN
April 13, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29PX9
April 13, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest in...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby rhino at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BRITAIN-ROYALS/INDIA
RTX29PWF
April 13, 2016
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation...
Kaziranga, India
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the CWRC at Panbari reserve forest...
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, feeds a baby elephant at the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, in the northeastern state of Assam, India, April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-CRIME/CHILDREN
RTSDY98
April 07, 2016
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run...
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run rehabilitation centre in Jakarta, Indonesia April 4, 2016. Authorities in the sprawling Indonesian capital are cracking down on the exploitation of children after a raft of cases, from child labour to violence and sexual assault, was uncovered in recent weeks. Picture taken April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX27LAG
February 18, 2016
Female inmates are seen outside their cells in the Topo Chico prison during a media tour in Monterrey,...
Monterrey, Mexico
Female inmates are seen outside their cells in the Topo Chico prison during a media tour in Monterrey...
Female inmates are seen outside their cells in the Topo Chico prison during a media tour in Monterrey, Mexico, February 17, 2016. The director of the prison in northeast Mexico where 49 people died in a riot which took place on February 11, 2016, was accused of murder and detained, along with two others, a state prosecutor said on Saturday. Picture taken February 17. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX26KD3
February 11, 2016
An inmate's family member is being looked after by a Green Cross worker outside the Topo Chico prison...
Monterrey, Mexico
An inmate's family member is being looked after by a Green Cross worker outside the Topo Chico prison...
An inmate's family member is being looked after by a Green Cross worker outside the Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KCB
February 11, 2016
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Recife, Brazil
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with the physiotherapist Marcia (R) at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KCA
February 11, 2016
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, during a session to stimulate the development...
Recife, Brazil
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, during a session to stimulate the development...
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC9
February 11, 2016
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Recife, Brazil
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC8
February 11, 2016
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Recife, Brazil
Geovane, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait for a session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC7
February 11, 2016
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Recife, Brazil
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation...
Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC6
February 11, 2016
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Recife, Brazil
Geovane, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait for a session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC5
February 11, 2016
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Recife, Brazil
Geovane, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait...
Geovane, 32, holds his son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, as they wait for a session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26KC4
February 11, 2016
Jackeline, 30, feeds her son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, with a...
Recife, Brazil
Jackeline, feeds her son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, with a bottle...
Jackeline, 30, feeds her son Gustavo Henrique who is 2-months old and born with microcephaly, with a bottle as they wait for a session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 11, 2016. Recent laboratory analyses identified Zika virus infections in three people who died in Brazil last year, the health ministry said on Thursday, although authorities could not confirm that Zika alone was responsible for their deaths. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX26KAX
February 11, 2016
An inmate's family member is being looked after by Green Cross workers outside the Topo Chico prison...
Monterrey, Mexico
An inmate's family member is being looked after by Green Cross workers outside the Topo Chico prison...
An inmate's family member is being looked after by Green Cross workers outside the Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX26JY8
February 11, 2016
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico...
Monterrey, Mexico
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico...
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, February 11, 2016. Fifty-two people were killed and twelve people were wounded in a prison riot in Monterrey in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, governor Jaime Rodriguez said in a news conference on Thursday. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX26JTU
February 11, 2016
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico...
Monterrey, Mexico
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico...
People help a woman who fainted while standing with family members of inmates outside the Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, February 11, 2016. Fifty-two people were killed and twelve people were wounded in a prison riot in Monterrey in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, governor Jaime Rodriguez said in a news conference on Thursday. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-PRISON/
RTX26HC0
February 11, 2016
Family members of inmates stand outside Topo Chico Prison as an ambulance leaves the compound in Monterrey,...
Monterrey, Mexico
Family members of inmates stand outside Topo Chico Prison as an ambulance leaves the compound in Monterrey...
Family members of inmates stand outside Topo Chico Prison as an ambulance leaves the compound in Monterrey, Mexico, February 11, 2016. Dozens of people were killed in a riot in a prison in northeastern Mexico early on Thursday, local media reported, the just days ahead of a planned visit by Pope Francis to another prison near in Mexico's far north. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX265F7
February 09, 2016
Injured Syrian men receive physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern...
KILIS, Turkey
Injured Syrian men receive physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern...
Injured Syrian men receive physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern city of Kilis, Turkey February 9, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX265D8
February 09, 2016
An injured Syrian man receives physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the...
KILIS, Turkey
An injured Syrian man receives physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the...
An injured Syrian man receives physical therapy at a small clinic near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern city of Kilis, Turkey February 9, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
HEALTH-ZIKA/WHO
RTX25I1N
February 04, 2016
Luana Vieira, 4 months old, who was born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session...
Recife, Brazil
Vieira reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation...
Luana Vieira, 4 months old, who was born with microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, February 3, 2016. Brazil is investigating more than 4,000 suspected cases of microcephaly, a condition in which infants are born with abnormally small heads and can suffer developmental problems, that may be linked to the Zika outbreak. Picture taken February 3. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24H3L
January 28, 2016
Sueli Maria (obscured) holds her daughter Milena, who has microcephaly, (born seven days ago), at a hospital...
Recife, Brazil
Sueli Maria holds her daughter Milena, who has microcephaly, at a hospital in Recife
Sueli Maria (obscured) holds her daughter Milena, who has microcephaly, (born seven days ago), at a hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Milena was born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder that damaged her brain and also affected her vision, a condition associated with an outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24H3K
January 28, 2016
Daniele Ferreira holds her son Juan Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight...
Recife, Brazil
Ferreira holds her son Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight at the Altino...
Daniele Ferreira holds her son Juan Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. The baby was born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder that damaged his brain and also affected his vision, a condition associated with an outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24H3I
January 28, 2016
Pietro Rafael, who has microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist...
Recife, Brazil
Rafael, who has microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist...
Pietro Rafael, who has microcephaly, reacts to stimulus during an evaluation session with a physiotherapist at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. The baby was born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder that damaged his brain and also affected his vision, a condition associated with an outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24H32
January 28, 2016
Daniele Ferreira holds her son Juan Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight...
Recife, Brazil
Ferreira holds her son Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight at the Altino...
Daniele Ferreira holds her son Juan Pedro during a session to stimulate the development of his eyesight at the Altino Ventura rehabilitation center in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. The baby was born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder that damaged his brain and also affected his vision, a condition associated with an outbreak of Zika virus in Brazil. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/JORDAN
RTX2378L
January 20, 2016
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center, during the visit of president of the United...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center at Al Zaatri refugee camp
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center, during the visit of president of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Mogens Lykketoft (back 3nd R), to Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, January 20, 2016. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
MIDEAST-CRISIS/JORDAN
RTX23761
January 20, 2016
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center, during the visit of president of the United...
Mafraq, Jordan
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center at Al Zaatri refugee camp
Syrian refugees wait to receive treatment at a health center, during the visit of president of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Mogens Lykketoft, to Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, January 20, 2016. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed
CALIFORNIA-DEATH PENALTY/
RTX21EDW
January 07, 2016
An empty activity therapy room is seen at the Psychiatric Inpatient Program at San Quentin State Prison...
San Quentin, UNITED STATES
An empty activity therapy room is seen at the Psychiatric Inpatient Program at San Quentin State Prison...
An empty activity therapy room is seen at the Psychiatric Inpatient Program at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, California December 29, 2015. America's most populous state, which has not carried out an execution in a decade, begins 2016 at a pivotal juncture, as legal developments hasten the march toward resuming executions, while opponents seek to end the death penalty at the ballot box. To match Feature CALIFORNIA-DEATH-PENALTY/ REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-PRISONS/DEATHROW
RTX20KMP
December 30, 2015
Exercise equipment is seen in a yard outside the East Block for condemned prisoners during a media tour...
San Quentin, UNITED STATES
Exercise equipment is seen in a yard outside the East Block for condemned prisoners during a media tour...
Exercise equipment is seen in a yard outside the East Block for condemned prisoners during a media tour of California's Death Row at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, California December 29, 2015. Picture taken December 29, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-PRISONS/DEATHROW
RTX20KMN
December 30, 2015
Two wheelchairs are lined against a wall in the East Block for condemned inmates during a media tour...
San Quentin, UNITED STATES
Two wheelchairs are lined against a wall along the East Block for condemned inmates during a media tour...
Two wheelchairs are lined against a wall in the East Block for condemned inmates during a media tour of California's Death Row at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, California December 29, 2015. Picture taken December 29, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
CALIFORNIA-PRISONS/DEATHROW
RTX20KM2
December 30, 2015
Robert Galvan, who is on death row for murder, exercises at the Adjustment Center yard during a media...
San Quentin, UNITED STATES
Robert Galvan, who is on death row for murder, exercises at the Adjustment Center yard during a media...
Robert Galvan, who is on death row for murder, exercises at the Adjustment Center yard during a media tour of California's Death Row at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, California December 29, 2015. Picture taken December 29, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-CRIME/PEER1
RTX1XP3Q
December 08, 2015
Arrowhead prison convict Robert G. (R) makes his case why he should be accepted into Peer 1 at a meeting...
CANON CITY, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Peer 1: Prison, death or recovery
Arrowhead prison convict Robert G. (R) makes his case why he should be accepted into Peer 1 at a meeting with Peer 1 staff at the prison in Canon City, Colorado September 24, 2014. With him are (L to R) Raymond A., who was accepted into Peer 1; an unidentified man with head down; “Lucky�, who is still in prison; Steve P. who was accepted into Peer 1. Robert G. has 11 felony convictions for drug-related crimes and has been in and out of prison or rehab over the last 25 years. Robert G. was accepted into Peer 1. Peer 1 is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme for men, many having spent years in and out of prison, in Denver, Colorado. The men have often tried and failed over and over to turn their life around. With histories of abuse as children and living on the streets, they come to Peer 1 hoping to turn away from addiction and crime, to rebuild their lives and learn how to integrate into society. Treatment includes family group therapy, meditation and trust-building exercises. REUTERS/Rick WilkingPICTURE 1 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PEER 1: PRISON, DEATH OR RECOVERY". SEARCH "PEER WILKING" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-CRIME/PEER1
RTX1XP3L
December 08, 2015
Brian P., just arrived from Arrowhead prison, gets a word from Peer 1 director Ken Gaipa (L) as he arrives...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Peer 1: Prison, death or recovery
Brian P., just arrived from Arrowhead prison, gets a word from Peer 1 director Ken Gaipa (L) as he arrives to begin his two-year programme, the second time he has been through Peer 1, in Denver, Colorado March 25, 2015. Peer 1 is a Therapeutic Community – also known as a TC. Terry Keahey (C), a former Peer 1 client who has gone through the programme four times, now works there as a client care aide. Peer 1 is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme for men, many having spent years in and out of prison, in Denver, Colorado. The men have often tried and failed over and over to turn their life around. With histories of abuse as children and living on the streets, they come to Peer 1 hoping to turn away from addiction and crime, to rebuild their lives and learn how to integrate into society. Treatment includes family group therapy, meditation and trust-building exercises. REUTERS/Rick WilkingPICTURE 4 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PEER 1: PRISON, DEATH OR RECOVERY". SEARCH "PEER WILKING" FOR ALL IMAGES
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December 01, 2015
Prisoners wait for their medical check-up at a clinic in Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center,...
Karak, Jordan
Prisoners wait for their medical check-up at a clinic in Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center,...
Prisoners wait for their medical check-up at a clinic in Swaqa Correction and Rehabilitation Center, near the city of Karak, November 30, 2015. Prison officials at Swaqa say that the center has one of the world's best success rates in decreasing repeat offenses. Only seven percent of prisoners, who undergo training and participate in qualification courses for two years at Swaqa, commit a second crime, according to the center's director Colonel Talal Al-Alabdallat. Picture taken November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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October 27, 2015
Prisoners clean the ACUDA building after taking part in alternative therapies, at a complex of ten prisons...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoners clean the ACUDA building after taking part in alternative therapies, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 27, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 24 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Inmates (wearing blue), who are patients at a psychiatric prison, receive Bach Flower remedies from a...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Inmates (wearing blue), who are patients at a psychiatric prison, receive Bach Flower remedies from a fellow prisoner (L), as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 27, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 25 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Prisoner Cleverson Barbosa, 27, (L) caresses his wife's face as their children sit watching, during a...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoner Cleverson Barbosa, 27, (L) caresses his wife's face as their children sit watching, during a half-day visit as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 23 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Inmates do yoga stretches and breathing exercises as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Inmates do yoga stretches and breathing exercises as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 26 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Inmates (wearing blue L-R) Messias Manoel, Jose Nunes, Manoel Joaquim and Rivaldavio da Silva, who are...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Inmates (wearing blue L-R) Messias Manoel, Jose Nunes, Manoel Joaquim and Rivaldavio da Silva, who are patients at a psychiatric prison, sit as a fellow prisoner Tiago (back), 24, takes care of them as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 27 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Prisoner Roque Pereira, 65, is covered in clay during a therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme,...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoner Roque Pereira, 65, is covered in clay during a therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. According to ACUDA, prisoners spend most of their hours in dank, dark cells and the clay therapy is designed to improve their skin. It is part of an alternative therapy programme the charity uses to address the physical and emotional needs of inmates. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 19 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Prisoners (L-R) Raimundo Souza, 24, Jairo Caracara, 38 and Tiago Kinkas, 23, march during a therapy session...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoners (L-R) Raimundo Souza, 24, Jairo Caracara, 38 and Tiago Kinkas, 23, march during a therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 20 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Lights shine over a complex of ten prisons along "Penal Road" in Porto Velho, the capital of the Brazilian...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Lights shine over a complex of ten prisons along "Penal Road" in Porto Velho, the capital of the Brazilian state of Rondonia, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 30 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Prisoner Anderson Miranda, 33, plays with his son during a half-day visit as part of the ACUDA programme,...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoner Anderson Miranda, 33, plays with his son during a half-day visit as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 28 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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October 27, 2015
Prisoners Helio Steves (L), 57, and Epifacio Soares, 62, are covered in clay by fellow inmates during...
Porto Velho, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Prisoners Helio Steves (L), 57, and Epifacio Soares, 62, are covered in clay by fellow inmates during a therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 28, 2015. According to ACUDA, prisoners spend most of their hours in dank, dark cells and the clay therapy is designed to improve their skin. It is part of an alternative therapy programme the charity uses to address the physical and emotional needs of inmates. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 18 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
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