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PALESTINIANS-UNRWA/GAZA
RTX6I2V3
December 11, 2018
A Palestinian boy cries as his family tries to take refuge at a United Nations-run school to protest...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian boy cries as his family tries to take refuge at a U.N.-run school, in the northern Gaza Strip...
A Palestinian boy cries as his family tries to take refuge at a United Nations-run school to protest against UNRWA's decision to stop paying rents, in the northern Gaza Strip December 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
ETHIOPIA-ERITREA/
RTX6C8CZ
July 20, 2018
A boy waits for customers to rent bicycles along the Tegadelti avenue, in Asmara, Eritrea July 20, 2018....
Asmara, Eritrea
A boy waits for customers to rent bicycles along the Tegadelti avenue, in Asmara
A boy waits for customers to rent bicycles along the Tegadelti avenue, in Asmara, Eritrea July 20, 2018. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/
RTX68J4T
June 11, 2018
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester, Britain June 11,...
Stockport, United Kingdom
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester, Britain June 11, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble
BRITAIN-RETAIL/
RTX68IZ1
June 11, 2018
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester, Britain June 11,...
Stockport, United Kingdom
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester
A boy cycles past a closed down retail unit for rent in Stockport, near Manchester, Britain June 11, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble
USA-VENICE/FREAKSHOW
RTS14LBO
May 01, 2017
Performers "Wee Matt" McCarthy, Kanya, Sunshine and "Jessa the Bearded Lady" Holmstead and "Bob the Bubble...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Performers "Wee Matt" McCarthy, Kanya, Sunshine and "Jessa the Bearded Lady" Holmstead and "Bob the Bubble...
Performers "Wee Matt" McCarthy, Kanya, Sunshine and "Jessa the Bearded Lady" Holmstead and "Bob the Bubble Boy" Heslip are seen during the Venice Beach Freakshow final performance and rent rise protest party on Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California, U.S., April 30, 2017. REUTERS/Monica Almeida
PAKISTAN-TOURISM/
RTSZJTZ
February 20, 2017
A boy sits in his chair as he waits for customers to rent skis at the ski resort in Malam Jabba, Pakistan...
MALAM JABBA, Pakistan
A boy sits in his chair as he waits for customers to rent skis at the ski resort in Malam Jabba
A boy sits in his chair as he waits for customers to rent skis at the ski resort in Malam Jabba, Pakistan February 7, 2017. Picture taken February 7, 2017. REUTERS/Caren Firouz
LUNAR-NEWYEAR/INDONESIA
RTSXQL3
January 28, 2017
A boy waits in the rain to rent out his umbrella as people celebrate the Lunar New Year at Dharma Bhakti...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A boy waits in the rain to rent out his umbrella as people celebrate the Lunar New Year at Dharma Bhakti...
A boy waits in the rain to rent out his umbrella as people celebrate the Lunar New Year at Dharma Bhakti temple in Jakarta, Indonesia January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMRN
January 23, 2015
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family...
Madrid, Spain
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family...
An anti-eviction activist holds one-month-old boy Dilan next to a riot policeman after the boy's family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMPA
January 23, 2015
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot policemen as she holds one-month-old boy Dilan after his family...
Madrid, Spain
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot police as she holds one-month-old son Dilan after his family...
An anti-eviction activist argues with riot policemen as she holds one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4MMOV
January 23, 2015
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted...
Madrid, Spain
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted...
Anti-eviction activists shout slogans while holding one-month-old boy Dilan after his family was evicted from their apartment in Madrid, January 23, 2015. Cecilia Paredes, 43, her husband Wilson Ruilova, 35, and their sons Andres, 16, Miguel, 7 and Dilan have been living in the apartment that belongs to Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) for about four years. The couple are currently jobless and living on a shared total of 341 Euros ($382) in monthly subsidy. Unable to cope with the rent, Parades and her husband stopped paying it about two years ago. Their apartment was eventually sold by the EMVS to a private investment company. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT POVERTY REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR4GG60
December 02, 2014
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Madrid, Spain
A boy reacts as he looks out from his window to watch Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias and anti-eviction...
ATTENTION EDITORS - SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN
A boy reacts as he looks out from his window to watch Jose Antonio Giraldo Zacarias, 44, and anti-eviction activists celebrate the postponement of Giraldo's eviction in Madrid December 2, 2014. Giraldo Zacarias, a former landscape worker for 28 years, stopped making his rent payments to the Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) in 2011, when he became unemployed. His apartment, where he lives with his son after he separated from his wife, was sold by the EMVS to a private investor company that raised the monthly rent by almost two hundred euros, Giraldo says.Their eviction was postponed until January 9, 2015 thanks to the help of the Mortgage Victims Platform (PAH).
REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
NIGERIA/
RTR3IBVC
March 24, 2014
A boy is seen through a camera monitor as he acts in a scene during the making of "Ake", a film based...
Abeokuta, Nigeria
A boy is seen through a camera monitor as he acts in a scene during the making of 'Ake', in Abeokuta,...
A boy is seen through a camera monitor as he acts in a scene during the making of "Ake", a film based on the childhood memoirs of Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka, in Abeokuta, southwest Nigeria July 16, 2013. Nigeria's movie business, often known as Nollywood, is one of the biggest in the world. Most films are produced in local languages - Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo among them - while many others are made in English. Nollywood also has a growing audience among Africans living abroad, keen for a taste of home, whether watched in south London hairdressers or rented from Texas video stores. Nigeria shot its first film, "Palaver" (Trouble), in 1904. Picture taken July 16, 2013. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)

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CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165Z5
December 06, 2013
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse...
Beijing, China
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165Z3
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei cries during an interview with Reuters at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei cries during an interview with Reuters at their rented house in Beijing
Liu Fei cries during an interview with Reuters at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165Z2
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei reacts as she stand in front of her son Xiaojie's bedroom at their rented house in Beijing, November...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei reacts as she stand in front of her son Xiaojie's bedroom at their rented house in Beijing
Liu Fei reacts as she stand in front of her son Xiaojie's bedroom at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165Z1
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei checks her son Xiaojie's homework at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei checks her son Xiaojie's homework at their rented house in Beijing
Liu Fei checks her son Xiaojie's homework at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165YZ
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei soaks her feet in a tub of water for a foot bath as she looks at her son Xiaojie doing his homework...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei soaks her feet in a tub of water for a foot bath as she looks at her son Xiaojie doing his homework...
Liu Fei soaks her feet in a tub of water for a foot bath as she looks at her son Xiaojie doing his homework at their rented house in Beijing November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165YX
December 06, 2013
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse...
Beijing, China
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing
Xiaojie hugs his mother Liu Fei at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165YN
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei holds her son Xiaojie at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei holds her son Xiaojie at their rented house in Beijing
Liu Fei holds her son Xiaojie at their rented house in Beijing, November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ONECHILD/
RTX165YL
December 06, 2013
Liu Fei and her son Xiaojie soak their feet in a tub of water for a foot bath at their rented house in...
Beijing, China
Liu Fei and her son Xiaojie soak their feet in a tub of water for a foot bath at their rented house in...
Liu Fei and her son Xiaojie soak their feet in a tub of water for a foot bath at their rented house in Beijing November 29, 2013. Chinese warehouse worker Liu Fei was fined 330,000 yuan ($54,200), or 14 times her yearly wage, for having a second child and her failure to pay means the boy has no access to basic rights like schooling and healthcare. Picture taken November 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BULGARIA-REFUGEES/
RTX159JE
November 11, 2013
Refugee boys look at a Syrian boy through a bus window as he waits outside a refugee camp before moving...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Refugee boys look at a Syrian boy through a bus window as he waits outside a refugee camp before moving...
Refugee boys look at a Syrian boy through a bus window as he waits outside a refugee camp before moving into a hotel rented by Canadian philanthropist Yank Barry, near Sofia November 11, 2013. Barry and boxer Evander Holyfield, an ambassador to Barry's Global Village foundation, have visited refugee camps in Bulgaria over the last two days as part of a campaign aimed at helping Syrian refugees. Through the campaign, six families, or about 50 people, were released from the camps and taken to a hotel near Sofia, rented for a year by Barry's foundation. The Balkan country has been struggling with a rising inflows of refugees, mainly from Syria, who have already reached 10,000 people in the first week of November, up from 1,400 in 2012. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
BULGARIA-REFUGEES/
RTX159IH
November 11, 2013
Refugee boys look at Syrian children through a bus window as they wait outside a refugee camp before...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Refugee boys look at Syrian children through bus window as they wait outside a refugee camp before moving...
Refugee boys look at Syrian children through a bus window as they wait outside a refugee camp before moving into a hotel rented by Canadian philanthropist Yank Barry, near Sofia November 11, 2013. Barry and boxer Evander Holyfield, an ambassador to Barry's Global Village foundation, have visited refugee camps in Bulgaria over the last two days as part of a campaign aimed at helping Syrian refugees. Through the campaign, six families, or about 50 people, were released from the camps and taken to a hotel near Sofia, rented for a year by Barry's foundation. The Balkan country has been struggling with a rising inflows of refugees, mainly from Syria, who have already reached 10,000 people in the first week of November, up from 1,400 in 2012. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RLZ
July 19, 2013
A student from Morpeth School gestures as he drives past boys on bikes during a parade of supercars on...
London, United Kingdom
A student from Morpeth School gestures as he drives past boys on bikes during a parade of "supercars"...
A student from Morpeth School gestures as he drives past boys on bikes during a parade of supercars on graduation day in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RLE
July 19, 2013
Boys from Morpeth School exchange money to pay for the hire of a "supercar" on their graduation day in...
London, United Kingdom
Boys from Morpeth School exchange money to pay for the hire of a "supercar" on their graduation day in...
Boys from Morpeth School exchange money to pay for the hire of a "supercar" on their graduation day in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN-CARS/LONDONTEENS
RTX11RLD
July 19, 2013
School boys Mahir Magnet Choudhury (L-R), 16, Nazmul Islam, 16 and Rezaul Alom, 16, stand by a Bentley,...
London, United Kingdom
School boys Mahir Magnet Choudhury, Nazmul Islam and Rezaul Alom stand by a Bentley, which they hired...
School boys Mahir Magnet Choudhury (L-R), 16, Nazmul Islam, 16 and Rezaul Alom, 16, stand by a Bentley, which they hired to take part in a parade of "supercars" for Morpeth School graduation day, at the Rickman Street Estate in Tower Hamlets, east London June 21, 2013. In the east London area of Tower Hamlets, one of the most deprived parts of the city according to government statistics, a trend has arisen which sees many 16-year-olds at local schools spending large sums of money to rent increasingly flashy cars for their National Record of Achievement (NRA) ceremony, an event roughly equivalent to a prom celebration. The teens, who are too young to drive, are chauffeured around the neighbourhood and attend the ceremony at school, often before spending a night on the town. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY)

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BELGIUM/
RTX118GG
July 01, 2013
A boy plays in a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels April 18, 2013. Some 160...
Brussels, Belgium
A boy plays in a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels
A boy plays in a corridor in the abandoned convent known as Gesu, in Brussels April 18, 2013. Some 160 squatters including 60 children may face expulsion in Brussels when a 90-million-euro project by a Swiss developer to turn their dwellings into a luxury hotel and apartments gets the go ahead. Only a few metro stops from the European institutions and the city's touristic highlights, the Gesu church and convent have remained vacant for decades and were bought by Swiss developer Rosebud Heritage in 2007, who agreed that the property could be used as a squat until the works started. Most of the residents of the squat are immigrants coming from the Czech Republic, Spain, Brazil and Morocco, looking to settle in Belgium. Some families have lived in Belgium for many years and some have stayed in the squat for months. With monthly rents at the squat currently at about 25 euros per adult, it is unlikely that the current residents will be able to move into the new apartments once they are completed. Picture taken April 18, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY REAL ESTATE BUSINESS IMMIGRATION)
FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTX112R0
June 27, 2013
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois,...
Aulnay-Sous-Bois, France
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois...
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois, June 13, 2013. The car plant where 46-year-old Agathe Martin works is shutting down, but when PSA Peugeot offered her a job in another factory she said no. After 17 years working in the same plant outside Paris, taking the job would have meant either a much longer commute or losing her cheap social housing and uprooting her two daughters in a move. The single mother prefers to stay put and look for another job even if that will be hard amid soaring unemployment and with only factory work and small jobs on her CV. If all else fails, she will still have more than 60,000 euros in severance pay. "I am lucky enough to have a small house with a rather modest rent and I would not find that elsewhere," Martin said, huddled in a bicycle shed to escape the rain with colleagues who had just cashed in their severance cheques. Picture taken June 13, 2013. To match story FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTX112QZ
June 27, 2013
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin (R), Jean-Pierre Mercier (C), CGT union representative at PSA Aulnay-sous-Bois...
Aulnay-Sous-Bois, France
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin stands in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois...
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin (R), Jean-Pierre Mercier (C), CGT union representative at PSA Aulnay-sous-Bois automotive plant, and Salvatore Pappatico, former employee at the PSA Aulnay plant, stand in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois, June 13, 2013. The car plant where 46-year-old Agathe Martin works is shutting down, but when PSA Peugeot offered her a job in another factory she said no. After 17 years working in the same plant outside Paris, taking the job would have meant either a much longer commute or losing her cheap social housing and uprooting her two daughters in a move. The single mother prefers to stay put and look for another job even if that will be hard amid soaring unemployment and with only factory work and small jobs on her CV. If all else fails, she will still have more than 60,000 euros in severance pay. "I am lucky enough to have a small house with a rather modest rent and I would not find that elsewhere," Martin said, huddled in a bicycle shed to escape the rain with colleagues who had just cashed in their severance cheques. Picture taken June 13, 2013. To match story FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTX112QX
June 27, 2013
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois,...
Aulnay-Sous-Bois, France
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois...
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois, June 13, 2013. The car plant where 46-year-old Agathe Martin works is shutting down, but when PSA Peugeot offered her a job in another factory she said no. After 17 years working in the same plant outside Paris, taking the job would have meant either a much longer commute or losing her cheap social housing and uprooting her two daughters in a move. The single mother prefers to stay put and look for another job even if that will be hard amid soaring unemployment and with only factory work and small jobs on her CV. If all else fails, she will still have more than 60,000 euros in severance pay. "I am lucky enough to have a small house with a rather modest rent and I would not find that elsewhere," Martin said, huddled in a bicycle shed to escape the rain with colleagues who had just cashed in their severance cheques. Picture taken June 13, 2013. To match story FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTX112QW
June 27, 2013
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois,...
Aulnay-Sous-Bois, France
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois...
Peugeot employee Agathe Martin poses in front of the main entrance of PSA Peugeot plant at Aulnay-sous-Bois, June 13, 2013. The car plant where 46-year-old Agathe Martin works is shutting down, but when PSA Peugeot offered her a job in another factory she said no. After 17 years working in the same plant outside Paris, taking the job would have meant either a much longer commute or losing her cheap social housing and uprooting her two daughters in a move. The single mother prefers to stay put and look for another job even if that will be hard amid soaring unemployment and with only factory work and small jobs on her CV. If all else fails, she will still have more than 60,000 euros in severance pay. "I am lucky enough to have a small house with a rather modest rent and I would not find that elsewhere," Martin said, huddled in a bicycle shed to escape the rain with colleagues who had just cashed in their severance cheques. Picture taken June 13, 2013. To match story FRANCE-ITALY/UNEMPLOYMENT REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
EGYPT-INDUSTRY/
RTR3ECL2
February 27, 2013
A boy runs after his goat in front of a factory, which was closed down, on the outskirts of Cairo February...
Cairo, Egypt
A boy runs after his goat in front of a factory, which was closed down, on the outskirts of Cairo
A boy runs after his goat in front of a factory, which was closed down, on the outskirts of Cairo February 26, 2013. Countrywide, the report estimates over 4,500 factories have shut since the revolution, swelling by hundreds of thousands the ranks of unemployed in a nation where two-fifths of the people live on or around the poverty line. The unemployment rate is around 13 percent, according to official data, but private analysts believe the actual rate is much higher. Picture taken February 26, 2013. The banner reads, ''Factory for rent" To match story EGYPT-INDUSTRY/ REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L9H
October 26, 2012
Relatives cry at the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government...
Colon City, Panama
Relatives cry at coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government...
Relatives cry at the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L99
October 26, 2012
Eneida Vega cries at the coffin of her son Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against...
Colon City, Panama
Eneida Vega cries at the coffin of her son Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against...
Eneida Vega cries at the coffin of her son Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8Z
October 26, 2012
Relatives look at the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a...
Colon City, Panama
Relatives look at the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new...
Relatives look at the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8Y
October 26, 2012
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a new...
Colon City, Panama
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government...
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8S
October 26, 2012
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a new...
Colon City, Panama
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral, as protests against a new government...
Relatives carry the coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8K
October 26, 2012
The coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, is transported during his funeral, as protests against a new...
Colon City, Panama
The coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega is transported during his funeral, as protests against a new government...
The coffin of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, is transported during his funeral, as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8H
October 25, 2012
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, rests in his coffin during his funeral as protests against a new...
Colon City, Panama
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega during his funeral as protests against a new government law take place...
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, rests in his coffin during his funeral as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
PANAMA-PROTESTS/
RTR39L8B
October 25, 2012
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, is seen in his coffin during his funeral as protests against a...
Colon City, Panama
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, is seen in his coffin during his funeral as protests against a...
The body of Josue Betarncourt Vega, 9, is seen in his coffin during his funeral as protests against a new government law, which allows for the sale of land in Panama's free trade zone of Colon, take place in Colon City October 25, 2012. Panama's government could abandon plans to sell state-owned land in Latin America's largest duty-free zone and instead raise commercial rents, the finance minister said on Wednesday, following a backlash of violent protests that killed three people. At least one person, a 9-year-old boy, died last Friday in the protests. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
TURKEY-SYRIA/PICTURES
RTR2Y9AI
February 22, 2012
A Syrian boy plays at a makeshift kindergarten at the Boynuyogun refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border...
Hatay, Turkey
To match Feature TURKEY-SYRIA/PICTURES
A Syrian boy plays at a makeshift kindergarten at the Boynuyogun refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay province February 8, 2012. Some 10,000 refugees are now registered in tented camps and the number is rising steadily. At least 2,000 more live outside, either with relatives or in rented accommodation. One tent serves as a makeshift art classroom and exhibition space for the camp's children. Drawings, paintings and sketches line the tent's walls while dozens sit on a table in the middle of the room. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Feature TURKEY-SYRIA/PICTURES REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
YEMEN/
RTR2XGOC
February 07, 2012
A boy stands outside his home at a Jewish community in Sanaa February 7, 2012. Fourteen Jewish families...
Sanaa, Yemen
A boy stands outside his home at a Jewish community in Sanaa
A boy stands outside his home at a Jewish community in Sanaa February 7, 2012. Fourteen Jewish families living at an apartment block in Sanaa fear that the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who is supporting them, could leave them lacking funding for the rents. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
TUNISIA
RTR2T0KK
October 22, 2011
A boy walks in a shantytown in Tunis October 22, 2011. The shantytown, known as the January 14 Revolution...
Tunis, Tunisia
A boy walks in a shantytown in Tunis
A boy walks in a shantytown in Tunis October 22, 2011. The shantytown, known as the January 14 Revolution neighbourhood, was built by people forced to leave the homes they were renting after the revolution that ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Their homes have no gas, electricity, or water. Residents say they hope that after the revolution, the new government will re-house them in decent accommodation. Tunisia will vote on Sunday in its first democratic election which could set the template for other Arab countries emerging from the "Arab Spring" uprisings. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ELECTIONS)
TUNISIA/
RTR2T0HA
October 22, 2011
A boy smiles as he stands at a shantytown in Tunis October 22, 2011. The shantytown, known as the January...
Tunis, Tunisia
A boy smiles as he stands at a shantytown in Tunis
A boy smiles as he stands at a shantytown in Tunis October 22, 2011. The shantytown, known as the January 14 Revolution neighbourhood, was built by people who were forced to leave the homes they were renting after the revolution that ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Their homes have no gas, electricity, or water and residents hope the the new government will re-house them in decent accommodation. Tunisia will vote on Sunday in its first democratic election which could set the template for other Arab countries emerging from the "Arab Spring" uprisings. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR2LP1N
April 28, 2011
A two-year-old boy, the son of a vendor, watches cartoons at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting Village,...
Shenzhen, China
A two-year-old boy, the son of a vendor, watches cartoons at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting Village,...
A two-year-old boy, the son of a vendor, watches cartoons at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting Village, in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province, April 24, 2011. Dafen village, a suburb in Shenzhen, is believed to be the largest mass producer of oil paintings in the world. Artists here manufacture some 60 percent of the total global trade volume, according to China Daily. Thousands of artists and dealers rent shops or exterior walls on buildings to display and sell oil paintings, but they will soon need to find other places as the local government has pledged to ban the practice in an effort to brush up its image before the upcoming Universiade, local media reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT ENTERTAINMENT)
CHINA/
RTR2LORI
April 28, 2011
A two-year-old boy, the son of a vendor, sleeps next to oil paintings at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting...
Shenzhen, China
A two-year-old boy sleeps next to oil paintings at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting Village in Shenzhen...
A two-year-old boy, the son of a vendor, sleeps next to oil paintings at a gallery at Dafen Oil Painting Village in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province April 26, 2011. Dafen village, a suburb in Shenzhen, is believed to be the largest mass producer of oil paintings in the world. Artists here manufacture some 60 percent of the total global trade volume, according to China Daily. Thousands of artists and dealers rent shops or exterior walls on buildings to display and sell oil paintings, but they will soon need to find other places as the local government has pledged to ban the practice in an effort to brush up its image before the upcoming Universiade, local media reported. Picture taken on April 26, 2011. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
URUGUAY
RTXWSTX
January 19, 2011
A boy looks on as his mother works at building a shelter in an unoccupied lot on the outskirts of Montevideo...
Montevideo, Uruguay
A boy looks on as his mother works at building a shelter in an unoccupied lot on the outskirts of Montevideo...
A boy looks on as his mother works at building a shelter in an unoccupied lot on the outskirts of Montevideo January 19, 2011. Hundreds of people living below the poverty line occupied the lot on January 17 and started building shelters, demanding for housing solutions, as they could not afford to rent homes. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX9AMZ
October 07, 2008
Afghans ride in a rental automatic car in a dust storm in Kabul October 7, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghans ride in a rental automatic car in a dust storm in Kabul
Afghans ride in a rental automatic car in a dust storm in Kabul October 7, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
SYRIA-IRAQ/
RTR1YHYP
March 19, 2008
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cries as he remembers his family in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus,...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cries as he remembers his family in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam and his father fled to Syria after his mother and two brothers were killed in Iraq and now Issam has to cleans shoes to help pay the rent rather than going to school. According to the Syrian Ministry of Education, only 47,456 Iraqi school children were enrolled in Syrian schools by February 2008, a fraction of the estimated 250.000 school age Iraqis living in the country. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA-IRAQ/
RTR1YHYM
March 19, 2008
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam and his father fled to Syria after his mother and two brothers were killed in Iraq and now Issam has to clean shoes to help pay the rent rather than going to school. According to the Syrian Ministry of Education, only 47,456 Iraqi school children were enrolled in Syrian schools by February 2008, a fraction of the estimated 250.000 school age Iraqis living in the country. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA-IRAQ/
RTR1YHYI
March 19, 2008
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cries as he remembers his family in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus,...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cries as he remembers his family in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam and his father fled to Syria after his mother and two brothers were killed in Iraq and now Issam has to cleans shoes to help pay the rent rather than going to school. According to the Syrian Ministry of Education, only 47,456 Iraqi school children were enrolled in Syrian schools by February 2008, a fraction of the estimated 250.000 school age Iraqis living in the country. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA-IRAQ/
RTR1YHYE
March 19, 2008
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam and his father fled to Syria after his mother and two brothers were killed in Iraq and now Issam has to clean shoes to help pay the rent rather than going to school. According to the Syrian Ministry of Education, only 47,456 Iraqi school children were enrolled in Syrian schools by February 2008, a fraction of the estimated 250.000 school age Iraqis living in the country. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA-IRAQ/
RTR1YHY7
March 19, 2008
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam...
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus
Issam Ali, a 14-year-old Iraqi boy, cleans shoes in Sayydeh Zenab, near Damascus, March 17, 2008. Issam and his father fled to Syria after his mother and two brothers were killed in Iraq and now Issam has to clean shoes to help pay the rent rather than going to school. According to the Syrian Ministry of Education, only 47,456 Iraqi school children were enrolled in Syrian schools by February 2008, a fraction of the estimated 250.000 school age Iraqis living in the country. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/
RTR1Y4GW
March 10, 2008
A boy rides his bicycle outside a bridal shop where a dress rents for about 100 Yuan ($14) for an evening,...
POYANG, China
A boy rides his bicycle outside a bridal shop where a dress rents for about 100 Yuan for an evening,...
A boy rides his bicycle outside a bridal shop where a dress rents for about 100 Yuan ($14) for an evening, in the rural area of Poyang, Jiangxi province March 10, 2008. In his annual "state of the nation" report to parliament, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao targeted pollution, misgovernment and the gulf between the urban rich and farming poor as China prepares to go on show at the Olympic Games. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1XDJB
February 21, 2008
Young boys walk near a burned office of the provincial administration after an overnight police crackdown...
Nairobi, Kenya
Young boys walk near a burned office of the provincial administration after an overnight police crackdown...
Young boys walk near a burned office of the provincial administration after an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters in Nairobi's Korogocho slum February 21, 2008. Landlords have not been able to collect their rent since the disputed presidential poll in December. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1XDHO
February 21, 2008
Boys peer through a window, which was broken during an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Boys peer through a window in Nairobi's Korogocho slum
Boys peer through a window, which was broken during an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters, in Nairobi's Korogocho slum February 21, 2008. Landlords have not been able to collect their rent since the disputed presidential poll in December. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
KENYA-CRISIS/
RTR1XDGW
February 21, 2008
A boy displays empty bullet shells following an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters in Nairobi's...
Nairobi, Kenya
A boy displays empty bullet shells following an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters in Nairobi's...
A boy displays empty bullet shells following an overnight police crackdown on rent defaulters in Nairobi's Korogocho slum February 21, 2008. Landlords have not been able to collect their rent since the disputed presidential poll in December. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KENYA)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR1OAMY
April 04, 2007
A boy rides a rented horse along a beach in Batangas, south of Manila April 4, 2007. Thousands of Filipinos...
Batangas, Philippines
A boy rides a rented horse along a beach in Batangas
A boy rides a rented horse along a beach in Batangas, south of Manila April 4, 2007. Thousands of Filipinos trooped off to beach resorts to spend their week long Easter holiday. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
MIDEAST
RTR1FSCE
July 24, 2006
Eight-year-old Lebanese Mahmud Srur (R) leaves Tyres (Soure) port with his family July 24, 2006, as they...
SOURE, Lebanon
Lebanese boy leaves Tyres port with his family as they were evacuated to Cyprus in a ship rented by Germany...
Eight-year-old Lebanese Mahmud Srur (R) leaves Tyres (Soure) port with his family July 24, 2006, as they were evacuated to Cyprus in a ship rented by Germany. Mahmud was badly injured with burns during Israeli Apache helicopter missiles attacks on Sunday. REUTERS/Nikola Solic (LEBANON)
UGANDA CULT
RTR3JJW
April 28, 2000
Corpses lay on the ground outside the bungalow of a Ugandan doomsday cult leader April 27. Police said...
Kampala, Uganda
CORPSES OF BODIES LAY ON THE GROUND OUTSIDE BUNGALOW OF DOOMSDAY CULT IN UGANDA.
Corpses lay on the ground outside the bungalow of a Ugandan doomsday cult leader April 27. Police said the rows of black plastic bags contained the bodies of 22 women, 15 men, 10 boys and eight girls. The house rented by doomsday cult leader Father Dominic Kataribabo was sealed off late last week after locals noticed a strong smell coming from the ground following a heavy downpour.

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INDONESIA
RTR11QI
February 08, 2000
Two Indonesian boys smile as they follow a man who rented their umbrella as rain pours in downtown Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN BOYS OFFER UMBRELLAS FOR RENT IN A JAKARTA STREET.
Two Indonesian boys smile as they follow a man who rented their umbrella as rain pours in downtown Jakarta February 8. The boys see the rain as a blessing, an opportunity for them to earn a minimun of 50 U.S. cents (about 3,600 rupiah) for lending their umbrella. Jakarta and other big cities in Indonesia have been hit by incessant rains lately.

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