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UKRAINE-CRISIS/TAIWAN
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May 28, 2022 
Tattoo artist, Su Chun, 39, tattoos a customer at his studio in Taipei city, Taiwan, May 28, 2022. Those... 
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: More in Taiwan seek gun training as Ukraine war drives home China threat 
Tattoo artist, Su Chun, 39, tattoos a customer at his studio in Taipei city, Taiwan, May 28, 2022. Those preparing against a threat from China include Su, who was determined to learn how to use air guns. "I wanted to learn some combat skills, including those that are not just limited to using a gun. Maybe skills to be able to react to any kind of situation," he said. But gun training would be useful if the government called up reservists like himself to repulse a Chinese invasion, Su added. "Most people don't want to go to war, I also don't want to go to war, but in the unfortunate event of this really happening, I will be mentally prepared." REUTERS/Ann Wang SEARCH "WANG TAIWAN AIRSOFT GUNS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/TAIWAN
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May 21, 2022 
Tattoo artist, Su Chun, 39, holds an airsoft gun during an airsoft gun shooting lesson at the shooting... 
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan 
The Wider Image: More in Taiwan seek gun training as Ukraine war drives home China threat 
Tattoo artist, Su Chun, 39, holds an airsoft gun during an airsoft gun shooting lesson at the shooting range of the combat skill training company Polar Light, in New Taipei City, Taiwan, May 21, 2022. Those preparing against a threat from China include Su, who was determined to learn how to use air guns. "I wanted to learn some combat skills, including those that are not just limited to using a gun. Maybe skills to be able to react to any kind of situation," he said. But gun training would be useful if the government called up reservists like himself to repulse a Chinese invasion, Su added. "Most people don't want to go to war, I also don't want to go to war, but in the unfortunate event of this really happening, I will be mentally prepared." REUTERS/Ann Wang SEARCH "WANG TAIWAN AIRSOFT GUNS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-SPORTS
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March 11, 2022 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, talks to his sister at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, talks to his sister at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, talks to his sister at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-SPORTS
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March 11, 2022 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, adjusts his swimming goggles at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March... 
Hong Kong, China 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, adjusts his swimming goggles at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, adjusts his swimming goggles at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-SPORTS
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March 11, 2022 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, trains at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture... 
Hong Kong, China 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, trains at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, trains at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-SPORTS
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March 11, 2022 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, practices at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture... 
Hong Kong, China 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, practices at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong 
Competitive swimmer Jody Lee, 15, practices at Repulse Bay, in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG-SPORTS
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February 24, 2022 
Swimmers take part in a swimming class at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken... 
Hong Kong, China 
Swimmers take part in a swimming class at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong 
Swimmers take part in a swimming class at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong, China, March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. Picture taken with a drone REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
NIGERIA-TRADITION/HYENAS
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July 27, 2021 
A hyena stands chained to its handler at a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas... 
Kano, Nigeria 
The Wider Image: Nigeria's hyena men put maligned animals centre stage 
A hyena stands chained to its handler at a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas are often viewed as repulsive and sinister, partly due to their scavenging habits in the wild, but in northern Nigeria some men keep the creatures in their homes, display them at festivals and even use their dung to make remedies. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "HYENAS SOTUNDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
NIGERIA-TRADITION/HYENAS
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July 27, 2021 
Dadin Duniya sits on a hyena during a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas... 
Kano, Nigeria 
The Wider Image: Nigeria's hyena men put maligned animals centre stage 
Dadin Duniya sits on a hyena during a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas are often viewed as repulsive and sinister, partly due to their scavenging habits in the wild, but in northern Nigeria some men keep the creatures in their homes, display them at festivals and even use their dung to make remedies. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "HYENAS SOTUNDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NIGERIA-TRADITION/HYENAS
RTXFTFPO 
July 27, 2021 
Dadin Duniya sits on a hyena during a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas... 
Kano, Nigeria 
The Wider Image: Nigeria's hyena men put maligned animals centre stage 
Dadin Duniya sits on a hyena during a circus in Gabasawa, Kano State, Nigeria, July 27, 2021. Hyenas are often viewed as repulsive and sinister, partly due to their scavenging habits in the wild, but in northern Nigeria some men keep the creatures in their homes, display them at festivals and even use their dung to make remedies. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "HYENAS SOTUNDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. 
NIGERIA-TRADITION/HYENAS
RTXFTFUC 
July 23, 2021 
A hyena belonging to Yaya Kawu, known as "hyena man", is seen chained in Rano, Kano State, Nigeria, July... 
Kano, Nigeria 
The Wider Image: Nigeria's hyena men put maligned animals centre stage 
A hyena belonging to Yaya Kawu, known as "hyena man", is seen chained in Rano, Kano State, Nigeria, July 23, 2021. Hyenas are often viewed as repulsive and sinister, partly due to their scavenging habits in the wild, but in northern Nigeria some men keep the creatures in their homes, display them at festivals and even use their dung to make remedies. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde SEARCH "HYENAS SOTUNDE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
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December 10, 2019 
Britain's Prince Charles meets Rear Admiral Guy Griffiths, who survived the sinking of HMS Repulse in... 
Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the official commissioning ceremony... 
Britain's Prince Charles meets Rear Admiral Guy Griffiths, who survived the sinking of HMS Repulse in 1941, during the official commissioning ceremony of HMS Prince of Wales, in Portsmouth, Britain, December 10, 2019. Andrew Matthres/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
HONG KONG-DAILYLIFE/
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November 04, 2019 
People are seen in silhouette at Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong, China November 4, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon... 
Hong Kong, China 
People are seen in silhouette at Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong 
People are seen in silhouette at Repulse Bay Beach in Hong Kong, China November 4, 2019. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/BEETLE
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June 21, 2019 
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki,... 
Thessaloniki, Greece 
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki... 
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki, Greece, June 21, 2019. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis 
KENYA-ELECTION/
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November 17, 2017 
Policemen attempt to disperse supporters of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Policemen attempt to disperse supporters of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga along Likoni road as... 
Policemen attempt to disperse supporters of Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga of the National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition along Likoni road as they are repulsed from accessing city centre, in Nairobi, Kenya November 17, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PKEO 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee... 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PKBA 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee... 
Migrants' mattresses and belongings are pictured in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PKB5 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants stand at a corridor at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants stand at a corridor at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland 
Migrants stand at a corridor at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PKAZ 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants look at a smartphone at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants look at a smartphone at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland 
Migrants look at a smartphone at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK6R 
August 25, 2015 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and parliamentary faction leader of Germany's Social... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
German Interior Minister de Maiziere and parliamentary faction leader of SPD Oppermann speak during a... 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and parliamentary faction leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) Thomas Oppermann (C) speak during a visit to Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK6P 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants queue at a registration office at the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants queue at a registration office at the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000... 
Migrants queue at a registration office at the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK6M 
August 25, 2015 
A migrant (R) poses for the media with German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and parliamentary... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
A migrant poses for the media with German Interior Minister de Maiziere and parliamentary faction leader... 
A migrant (R) poses for the media with German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) and parliamentary faction leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) Thomas Oppermann (2nd L) at Friedland refugee camp, which houses about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK0F 
August 25, 2015 
A boy walks along a corridor inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
A boy walks along a corridor inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland... 
A boy walks along a corridor inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK04 
August 25, 2015 
A boy goes upstairs inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
A boy goes upstairs inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland 
A boy goes upstairs inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PK03 
August 25, 2015 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (C) speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp, housing... 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (C) speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJZR 
August 25, 2015 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized... 
Duisburg, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel shakes hands with people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized by... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery in Duisburg, Germany, August 25, 2015. Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJYY 
August 25, 2015 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery... 
Duisburg, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery in Duisburg, Germany, August 25, 2015. Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJYM 
August 25, 2015 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel waves to people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized by the... 
Duisburg, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel waves to people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel waves to people upon her arrival at a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery in Duisburg, Germany, August 25, 2015. Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJY3 
August 25, 2015 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery... 
Duisburg, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with people before a forum discussion organized by the Chancellery in Duisburg, Germany, August 25, 2015. Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJXL 
August 25, 2015 
Migrants rest in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
Migrants rest in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees,... 
Migrants rest in a corridor inside the overcrowded Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJX6 
August 25, 2015 
A migrant squats at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
A migrant squats at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland 
A migrant squats at Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY
RTX1PJWX 
August 25, 2015 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp,... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp, housing... 
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (L) speaks with a migrant inside Friedland refugee camp, housing about 3,000 refugees, in Friedland, Germany, August 25, 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday condemned violent protests against refugees that erupted over the weekend in eastern Germany, blaming neo-Nazis for spreading a "repulsive" message of hatred and local residents for supporting them. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
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TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A702 
April 25, 2015 
Australian, New Zealand and Turkish soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Australian, New Zealand and Turkish soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of... 
Australian, New Zealand and Turkish soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach. The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A701 
April 25, 2015 
An Australian visitor attends a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
An Australian visitor attends a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
An Australian visitor attends a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6ZJ 
April 25, 2015 
A bagpiper from the Australian army salutes during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
A bagpiper from the Australian army salutes during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the... 
A bagpiper from the Australian army salutes during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6ZG 
April 25, 2015 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6Z9 
April 25, 2015 
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) shakes hands with Australian visitors during a dawn ceremony... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Australia's Prime Minister Abbott shakes hands with Australian visitors during a dawn ceremony marking... 
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) shakes hands with Australian visitors during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6Z8 
April 25, 2015 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YY 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YX 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YW 
April 25, 2015 
A bagpiper performs during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
A bagpiper performs during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
A bagpiper performs during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YU 
April 25, 2015 
Naval ships are pictured in the Dardanelles during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Naval ships are pictured in the Dardanelles during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the... 
Naval ships are pictured in the Dardanelles during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, that took place at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YM 
April 25, 2015 
Britain's Prince Charles (R) lays a wreath during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Britain's Prince Charles lays a wreath during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Britain's Prince Charles (R) lays a wreath during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6YJ 
April 25, 2015 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Britain's Prince Charles speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of... 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6XY 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6XX 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6XW 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6XH 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6X8 
April 25, 2015 
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
New Zealand's Prime Minister Key speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key speaks during a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6WZ 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6WQ 
April 25, 2015 
New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli,... 
New Zealand soldiers attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6V1 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6V0 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6UZ 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach.The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
TURKEY-GALLIPOLI/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1A6UU 
April 25, 2015 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Gallipoli, Turkey 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle... 
Visitors from Australia and New Zealand attend a dawn ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, in Gallipoli April 25, 2015. The battle on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula was one of the bloodiest of the Great War, as thousands of soldiers from the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) were cut down by machinegun and artillery fire as they struggled ashore on a narrow beach. The fighting would eventually claim more than 130,000 lives, 87,000 of them on the Ottoman side, before the Turks finally repulsed the poorly planned Allied campaign. REUTERS/Osman Orsal 
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX19WM2 
April 23, 2015 
A helicopter flies past while over 800 schoolchildren, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish... 
Hong Kong, China 
A helicopter flies past while over schoolchildren, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish during... 
A helicopter flies past while over 800 schoolchildren, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish with a sad expression, along with the Chinese characters that read "refrain", at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong April 23, 2015. The event was in honor of Kids Ocean Day, to send a global message to stop consuming reef fish in order to protect the earth's coral reefs, according to the organiser. The image was originally drawn by a local seven-year-old student. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX19WLQ 
April 23, 2015 
A view of over 800 school children, teachers and volunteers forming the shape of a fish with a sad expression,... 
Hong Kong, China 
A view of schoolchildren, teachers and volunteers forming the shape of a fish during Kids Ocean Day at... 
A view of over 800 school children, teachers and volunteers forming the shape of a fish with a sad expression, alongside Chinese characters that read "refrain", at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong April 23, 2015. The event was in honor of Kids Ocean Day, to send a global message to stop consuming reef fish in order to protect the earth's coral reefs, according to the organiser. The image was originally drawn by a local seven-year-old student. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
HONGKONG-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX19WLI 
April 23, 2015 
Hundreds of school children, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish with a sad expression at... 
Hong Kong, China 
Hundreds of school children, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish at Repulse Bay in Hong... 
Hundreds of school children, teachers and volunteers form the shape of a fish with a sad expression at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong April 23, 2015. The event was in honor of Kids Ocean Day, to send a global message to stop consuming reef fish in order to protect the earth's coral reefs, according to the organiser. The image was originally drawn by a local seven-year-old student. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-UN
RTR4SU0O 
March 10, 2015 
A woman reacts as she looks at a gruesome collection of images of dead bodies taken by a photographer,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A woman reacts as she looks at a gruesome collection of images of dead bodies taken by a photographer,... 
A woman reacts as she looks at a gruesome collection of images of dead bodies taken by a photographer, who has been identified by the code name "Caesar," at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, March 10, 2015. The pictures were smuggled out of Syria between 2011 and mid-2013. The exhibition at the UN consists of two dozen images selected from the roughly 55,000 photographs taken in Syria by a former military police photographer - some showing eye gougings, strangulation and long-term starvation - as the conflict in Syria enters its fifth year. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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