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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36ROO 
March 20, 2020 
A view shows a beach in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A view shows a beach in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A view shows a beach in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36RON 
March 20, 2020 
A woman leaves a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A woman leaves a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A woman leaves a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36ROE 
March 20, 2020 
A cashier washes a glass protection at a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A cashier washes a glass protection at a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A cashier washes a glass protection at a minimarket in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36ROC 
March 20, 2020 
A view shows stone properties in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A view shows stone properties in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A view shows stone properties in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36RO9 
March 20, 2020 
A woman, wearing a protective face mask, walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A woman, wearing a protective face mask, walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A woman, wearing a protective face mask, walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36RO6 
March 20, 2020 
The front page of the Telegramme newspaper is seen in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
The front page of the Telegramme newspaper is seen in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
The front page of the Telegramme newspaper is seen in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-RESENTMENT
RTS36RO1 
March 20, 2020 
A woman walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate... 
SAINT-JACUT-DE-LA-MER, France 
A woman walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer in Brittany 
A woman walks in a street in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, Brittany, as a lockdown is imposed to slow the rate of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in France, March 19, 2020. Picture taken March 19, 2020. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe 
In the Headlines
In the Headlines 
Hong Kong leader forced to abandon address amid heckling 
20 PICTURES 
AFGHANISTAN-TALIBAN/FIGHTING
RTX6SZZI 
April 24, 2019 
Afghan villagers who flee from the resent conflicts arrive at the Behsud district of Nangarhar province,... 
BEHSUD, Afghanistan 
Afghan villagers who flee from the resent conflicts arrive at the Behsud district of Nangarhar province,... 
Afghan villagers who flee from the resent conflicts arrive at the Behsud district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan April 24, 2019. REUTERS/Parwiz 
INDIA-BEEF/
RTSCKK8 
March 28, 2016 
A woman spreads out fodder for rescued cattle at a "goushala", or a cow shelter, run by Bharatiya Gou... 
AANGAON, India 
File photo of a woman spreading out fodder for rescued cattle at a "goushala" run by Bharatiya Gou Rakshan... 
A woman spreads out fodder for rescued cattle at a "goushala", or a cow shelter, run by Bharatiya Gou Rakshan Parishad, an arm of Hindu nationalist group Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), at Aangaon village in the western state of Maharashtra, India, in this February 20, 2015 file photo. A ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter in India's richest state of Maharashtra is threatening to push millions of farmers into penury, deepening distress in the countryside and fanning resentment against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade/Files 
INDIA-BEEF/
RTSCKK7 
March 28, 2016 
Rescued cattle are seen at a "goushala", or cow shelter, run by Bharatiya Gou Rakshan Parishad, an arm... 
AANGAON, India 
File photo of rescued cattle seen at a "goushala" run by Bharatiya Gou Rakshan Parishad in Aangaon 
Rescued cattle are seen at a "goushala", or cow shelter, run by Bharatiya Gou Rakshan Parishad, an arm of the Hindu nationalist group Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), at Aangaon village in the western state of Maharashtra, in this February 20, 2015 file photo. A ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter in India's richest state of Maharashtra is threatening to push millions of farmers into penury, deepening distress in the countryside and fanning resentment against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade/Files 
INDIA-BEEF/
RTSCKK5 
March 28, 2016 
Farmer Revaji Choudhary (L) shows his pair of bulls to buyers at a weekly cattle market in Belhe village... 
BELHE, India 
Farmer Revaji Choudhary shows his pair of bulls to buyers at a weekly cattle market in Belhe village... 
Farmer Revaji Choudhary (L) shows his pair of bulls to buyers at a weekly cattle market in Belhe village in the western state of Maharashtra, India, February 22, 2016. A ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter in India's richest state of Maharashtra is threatening to push millions of farmers into penury, deepening distress in the countryside and fanning resentment against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party. REUTERS/Rajendra Jadhav 
Spotlight
Spotlight 
Rogue Jewish settlers 
10 PICTURES 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EKG 
January 07, 2016 
Jewish settler Refael Morris stands with his wife and baby near their house in the unauthorised Jewish... 
ACHIYA, Palestinian Territories 
Jewish settler Morris stands with his wife and baby near their house in the unauthorised Jewish settler... 
Jewish settler Refael Morris stands with his wife and baby near their house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EKE 
January 07, 2016 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya,... 
ACHIYA, Palestinian Territories 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya,... 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EKA 
January 07, 2016 
A general view shows Esh Kodesh, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost, south of the West Bank city... 
ESH KODESH, Palestinian Territories 
A general view shows Esh Kodesh, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost, south of the West Bank city... 
A general view shows Esh Kodesh, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EJV 
January 07, 2016 
A Jewish settler walks next to her house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south... 
ACHIYA, Palestinian Territories 
A Jewish settler walks next to her house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south... 
A Jewish settler walks next to her house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EJ1 
January 07, 2016 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EID 
January 07, 2016 
The West Bank village of Duma is seen in the background as Jewish settler Refael Morris walks in a field... 
YISHUV HADAAT, Palestinian Territories 
The West Bank village of Duma is seen in the background as Jewish settler Morris walks in a field near... 
The West Bank village of Duma is seen in the background as Jewish settler Refael Morris walks in a field near Yishuv Hadaat, an unauthorized Jewish settler outpost January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EHP 
January 07, 2016 
Jewish settler Refael Morris stands at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma,... 
YISHUV HADAAT, Palestinian Territories 
Jewish settler Morris stands at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near... 
Jewish settler Refael Morris stands at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv Hadaat, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the"Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EHN 
January 07, 2016 
An Israeli flag flutters as a Jewish settler works on the construction of a house in the unauthorised... 
ACHIYA, Palestinian Territories 
An Israeli flag flutters as a Jewish settler works on the construction of a house in the unauthorised... 
An Israeli flag flutters as a Jewish settler works on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EGX 
January 07, 2016 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EG0 
January 07, 2016 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat... 
Netanel herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EFW 
January 07, 2016 
Jewish settlers stand at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv... 
YISHUV HADAAT, Palestinian Territories 
Jewish settlers stand at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv... 
Jewish settlers stand at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv Hadaat, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21EFI 
January 07, 2016 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya,... 
ACHIYA, Palestinian Territories 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya,... 
Jewish settlers work on the construction of a house in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Achiya, south of the West Bank city of Nablus, January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21ECD 
January 07, 2016 
Netanel holds a Bible as he herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Netanel holds a Bible as he herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler... 
Netanel holds a Bible as he herds his sheep in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLERS
RTX21ECC 
January 07, 2016 
Netanel prays in the early morning as his sheep roam nearby in a field near his home in the unauthorised... 
Havat Gilad, Palestinian Territories 
Netanel prays in the early morning as his sheep roam nearby in a field near his home in the unauthorised... 
Netanel prays in the early morning as his sheep roam nearby in a field near his home in the unauthorised Jewish settler outpost of Havat Gilad, south of the West Bank city of Nablus January 5, 2016. Steeped in messianic Jewish mysticism and rebelling against what they see as adulterated modern Zionism, the "Hilltop Youth," a new generation of ultra-religious settlers whose resentment of the secular Israeli state rivals their hostility toward Arabs, number in the hundreds, by most accounts. But they pose a deep-rooted challenge even for the nationalist government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as it struggles to stanch Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed in the absence of peace negotiations. Picture taken January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
SAMSUNG ELEC-RESULTS/ C
RTX1TRZV 
October 29, 2015 
SAMSUNG ELEC-RESULTS/ - Samsung's quarterly operating profit and mobile segment revenue since 2010. Resent... 
SAMSUNG ELEC-RESULTS/ C 
SAMSUNG ELEC-RESULTS/ - Samsung's quarterly operating profit and mobile segment revenue since 2010. Resent to fix graphic format's version. (SIN04) 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
RTS354U 
October 05, 2015 
A Syrian man who had fled the war in his homeland stands outside shops run by Syrians in a low-income... 
Ankara, Turkey 
A Syrian man who had fled the war in his homeland stands outside shops run by Syrians in a low-income... 
A Syrian man who had fled the war in his homeland stands outside shops run by Syrians in a low-income neighborhood of Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
RTS354T 
October 05, 2015 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015.... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
RTS354S 
October 05, 2015 
A Syrian man (R) who had fled the war in his homeland sits outside his coffee shop in a low-income neighborhood... 
Ankara, Turkey 
A Syrian man who had fled the war in his homeland sits outside his coffee shop in a low-income neighborhood... 
A Syrian man (R) who had fled the war in his homeland sits outside his coffee shop in a low-income neighborhood of Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
RTS354P 
October 05, 2015 
A Syrian woman who had fled the war in her homeland shops at a market in a low-income neighborhood of... 
Ankara, Turkey 
A Syrian woman who had fled the war in her homeland shops at a market in a low-income neighborhood of... 
A Syrian woman who had fled the war in her homeland shops at a market in a low-income neighborhood of Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
RTS354N 
October 05, 2015 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015.... 
Ankara, Turkey 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara 
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas 
ANGOLA-POLITICS/
RTX1DQYA 
May 20, 2015 
A general view of Luanda, Angola's capital is seen in this picture taken May 15, 2015. A halving of oil... 
Luanda, Angola 
A general view Luanda, Angola's capital 
A general view of Luanda, Angola's capital is seen in this picture taken May 15, 2015. A halving of oil prices last year has increased hardship in Angola, one of the world's most unequal countries, and stirred resentment towards President Eduardo dos Santos, the leader of Africa's second largest crude exporter for the last 36 years. Angola's government, which relies on oil sales for 95 percent of foreign exchange revenues, slashed a third off its budget after a glut in global production caused a halving of oil prices last year. Picture taken May 15, 2015. To match story ANGOLA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Herculano Coroado 
ANGOLA-POLITICS/
RTX1DQY9 
May 20, 2015 
A boy skates along a section of the waterfront in Luanda, Angola, in this picture taken May 12, 2015.... 
Luanda, Angola 
A boy skates along a section of the waterfront in Luanda 
A boy skates along a section of the waterfront in Luanda, Angola, in this picture taken May 12, 2015. A halving of oil prices last year has increased hardship in Angola, one of the world's most unequal countries, and stirred resentment towards President Eduardo dos Santos, the leader of Africa's second largest crude exporter for the last 36 years. Angola's government, which relies on oil sales for 95 percent of foreign exchange revenues, slashed a third off its budget after a glut in global production caused a halving of oil prices last year. Picture taken May 12, 2015. To match story ANGOLA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Herculano Coroado 
ANGOLA-POLITICS/
RTX1DQY8 
May 20, 2015 
A general view Luanda, Angola's capital is seen in this picture taken May 15, 2015. A halving of oil... 
Luanda, Angola 
A general view Luanda, Angola's capital 
A general view Luanda, Angola's capital is seen in this picture taken May 15, 2015. A halving of oil prices last year has increased hardship in Angola, one of the world's most unequal countries, and stirred resentment towards President Eduardo dos Santos, the leader of Africa's second largest crude exporter for the last 36 years. Angola's government, which relies on oil sales for 95 percent of foreign exchange revenues, slashed a third off its budget after a glut in global production caused a halving of oil prices last year. Picture taken May 15, 2015. To match story ANGOLA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Herculano Coroado 
ANGOLA-POLITICS/
RTX1DQXX 
May 20, 2015 
Luanda's popular beachfront area is seen through a window of a building in Angola's capital, in this... 
Luanda, Angola 
Luanda's popular beachfront area is seen through a window of a building in Angola's capital 
Luanda's popular beachfront area is seen through a window of a building in Angola's capital, in this picture taken May 15, 2015. A halving of oil prices last year has increased hardship in Angola, one of the world's most unequal countries, and stirred resentment towards President Eduardo dos Santos, the leader of Africa's second largest crude exporter for the last 36 years. Angola's government, which relies on oil sales for 95 percent of foreign exchange revenues, slashed a third off its budget after a glut in global production caused a halving of oil prices last year. Picture taken May 15, 2015. To match story ANGOLA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Herculano Coroado 
Society
Society 
From China, Without Love - 23 Mar 2015 
15 PICTURES 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV3B 
February 17, 2015 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked,... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked,... 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked, in Thae Chaung IDP camp on the outskirts of Sittwe, February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTR4PV39 
February 17, 2015 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked,... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked,... 
Internally displaced Rohingyas are silhouetted along the river bank where their fishing boats are docked, in Thae Chaung IDP camp on the outskirts of Sittwe, February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV1K 
February 17, 2015 
Internally displaced Rohingya women and children look from behind the fence of their temporary home at... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Internally displaced Rohingya women and children look from behind the fence of their temporary home at... 
Internally displaced Rohingya women and children look from behind the fence of their temporary home at Thae Chaung IDP camp on the outskirts of Sittwe, February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV1C 
February 17, 2015 
Internally displaced Rohingya men work along the river banks where their fishing boats are docked, in... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Internally displaced Rohingya men work along the river banks where their fishing boats are docked, in... 
Internally displaced Rohingya men work along the river banks where their fishing boats are docked, in Thae Chaung IDP camp on the outskirts of Sittwe, February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
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February 17, 2015 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general... 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general elections, in Sittwe February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV0X 
February 17, 2015 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to vote... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to vote... 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general elections, in Sittwe February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV0M 
February 17, 2015 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general... 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general elections, in Sittwe February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR4PV0H 
February 17, 2015 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to vote... 
Sittwe, Myanmar 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to... 
Thousands of Rakhine Buddhists are led by monks in a protest against allowing white card holders to vote in the upcoming general elections, in Sittwe February 15, 2015. Myanmar's decision to revoke temporary identification cards for minorities is raising tensions among its 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, who have effectively been disenfranchised just days after parliament approved a law affirming their right to vote in a referendum. Last week, the government of the Buddhist-majority nation announced that the temporary identification, known as white cards, would be revoked on May 31. The people who hold them are mostly Rohingya, a much resented minority in Myanmar, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Picture taken February 15, 2015. To match MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/ REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY) 
MYANMAR-POLITICS
RTR4P588 
February 11, 2015 
Buddhist monks and other people take part in a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Buddhist monks and other people take part in a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders... 
Buddhist monks and other people take part in a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of temporary identification cards, known as white cards, to vote, in Yangon February 11, 2015. Roughly two-thirds of the white-card holders are Rohingya Muslims, who are widely resented in the Buddhist majority nation, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-POLITICS
RTR4P57J 
February 11, 2015 
A man holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of temporary... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Man holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of temporary... 
A man holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of temporary identification cards, known as white cards, to vote, in Yangon February 11, 2015. Roughly two-thirds of the white-card holders are Rohingya Muslims, who are widely resented in the Buddhist majority nation, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ELECTIONS) 
MYANMAR-POLITICS
RTR4P57D 
February 11, 2015 
A Buddhist monk holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Buddhist monk holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of... 
A Buddhist monk holds up a banner during a protest to demand the revocation of the right of holders of temporary identification cards, known as white cards, to vote, in Yangon February 11, 2015. Roughly two-thirds of the white-card holders are Rohingya Muslims, who are widely resented in the Buddhist majority nation, where many people consider them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AFGHANISTAN-DAILY LIFE/
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December 31, 2014 
An Afghan girl sits amongst burning garbage dump in Kabul December 31, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
An Afghan girl sits amongst burning garbage dump in Kabul 
An Afghan girl sits amongst burning garbage dump in Kabul December 31, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY) 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HERITAGE C
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December 23, 2014 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HERITAGE - Resent with embedded links. Charts the number of Syrian heritage sites... 
Syria 
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MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HERITAGE - Resent with embedded links. Charts the number of Syrian heritage sites damaged by the country's ongoing civil war. (SIN10) 
HEALTH-EBOLA/WHO
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December 17, 2014 
A grave digger sleeps near the graves of Ebola victims at a cemetery in Freetown, December 17, 2014.... 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 
Grave digger sleeps near the graves of Ebola victims at a cemetery in Freetown 
A grave digger sleeps near the graves of Ebola victims at a cemetery in Freetown, December 17, 2014.
The death toll in the Ebola epidemic has risen to 6,915 out of 18,603 cases as of Dec. 14, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. There are signs that the increase in incidence in Sierra Leone has slowed, although 327 new cases were confirmed there in the past week, including 125 in the capital Freetown, the WHO said in its latest update. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RUSSIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR4F7CW 
November 23, 2014 
Ivan Abrosimov, 78, a member of a local winter swimmers' club, does push-ups in the waters of Yenisei... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Ivan Abrosimov, 78, a member of a local winter swimmers' club, does push-ups in the waters of Yenisei... 
Ivan Abrosimov, 78, a member of a local winter swimmers' club, does push-ups in the waters of Yenisei River in sub-zero temperatures in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 23, 2014. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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Ebola Epidemic 
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PHILIPPINES-DAILYLIFE/
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September 08, 2014 
Children play in the murky waters of an open drainage being repaired by workers in Manila September 8,... 
Manila, Philippines 
Children play in the murky waters of an open drainage being repaired by workers in Manila 
Children play in the murky waters of an open drainage being repaired by workers in Manila September 8, 2014. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY POVERTY) 
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESENTMENT C
RTR44HQC 
September 01, 2014 
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESENTMENT - Map showing amount of compensation paid out to communities living around the... 
Japan 
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESENTMENT C 
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESENTMENT - Map showing amount of compensation paid out to communities living around the destroyed Fukushima plant. (SIN02) 
MYANMAR-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4315W 
August 20, 2014 
Vendors sell food and vegetables along a train station outside Yangon August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Vendors sell food and vegetables along a train station outside Yangon 
Vendors sell food and vegetables along a train station outside Yangon August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD) 
MYANMAR-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4315F 
August 20, 2014 
Women sell betel leaves between trains, at a train station outside Yangon August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Soe... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
Women sell betel leaves between trains, at a train station outside Yangon 
Women sell betel leaves between trains, at a train station outside Yangon August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
POLAND-WOODSTOCK/
RTR410GC 
August 02, 2014 
A man rests in a mud pit near the main stage at the Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn-upon-Odra, close to... 
KOSTRYN-UPON-ODRA, Poland 
A man rests in a mud pit near the main stage at the Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn-upon-Odra, close to... 
A man rests in a mud pit near the main stage at the Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn-upon-Odra, close to the Polish-German border, August 2, 2014. Some 500,000 people attended the festival that is the brainchild of Polish journalist and social campaigner Jerzy Owsiak. He initiated the event to say thank you to those who donated money to his GOCC charity organisation that delivers medical care for children. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (POLAND - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
INDIA/
RTR3ZSQD 
July 23, 2014 
A bull stands inside a shop selling clothes at Varanasi, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh,... 
Varanasi, India 
A bull stands inside a shop selling clothes at Varanasi, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh... 
A bull stands inside a shop selling clothes at Varanasi, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, June 20, 2014. Picture taken June 20, 2014. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
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