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OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98QD
March 04, 2016
A fuel pump is seen in the desert near the village of Salwa on the Qatar/Saudi border, Saudi Arabia January...
Salwa, Saudi Arabia
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
A fuel pump is seen in the desert near the village of Salwa on the Qatar/Saudi border, Saudi Arabia January 29, 2016. Fuel is priced at 75 halala ($0.20) per litre for 91 octane and 90 halala ($0.24) for 95 octane. A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
SAUDI ARABIA-ECONOMY/
RTX25D7H
February 04, 2016
Fuel price and last sale of fuel is seen on a fuel pump during early hours in desert near the village...
Salwa, Saudi Arabia
Fuel price and last sale of fuel is seen on a fuel pump during early hours in desert near the village...
Fuel price and last sale of fuel is seen on a fuel pump during early hours in desert near the village of Salwa, Qatar-Saudi border, south of Eastern province of Khobar, Saudi Arabia January 29, 2016. Picture taken January 29, 2016. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed
BELGIUM-SPORTS/
RTR46Z1D
September 19, 2014
Belgium's Salwa Fellah Boughaba performs during the artistic gymnastic event of the 2014 Special Olympics...
Mol, Belgium
Belgium's Salwa Fellah Boughaba performs during the artistic gymnastic event of the 2014 Special Olympics...
Belgium's Salwa Fellah Boughaba performs during the artistic gymnastic event of the 2014 Special Olympics Games in the Belgian city of Mol, near Antwerp September 19, 2014. The 2014 Special Olympics European Summer Games host 2000 athletes with intellectual disabilities from 58 countries. For one-and-a-half weeks the athletes compete in events such as swimming, gymnastics, athletics and table tennis. Away from the sports, organisers will also hold various events to discuss the status of people with disabilities in society. The main aim of the games is to offer the competitors opportunities to develop physical fitness and to share moments of courage and joy with their families and other Special Olympics athletes and the community, organizers said. Antwerp hosted the Summer Olympics of 1920. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT GYMNASTICS)
EGYPT-ARRESTS/
RTX16864
December 07, 2013
Salwa Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a...
Alexandria, Egypt
Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist...
Salwa Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October, smiles as she gestures during an appeal hearing at a court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo December 7, 2013. Last month, 14 women were imprisoned for 11 years, while seven teenage girls under the age of 18 were sent to juvenile prison. Mohamed's 15-year-old daughter Rawda was one of the seven teenage girls. REUTERS/Stringer (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-ARRESTS/
RTX16861
December 07, 2013
Salwa Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a...
Alexandria, Egypt
Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist...
Salwa Mohamed, who was found guilty along with other women and girls of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October, smiles during an appeal hearing at a court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo December 7, 2013. Last month, 14 women were imprisoned for 11 years, while seven teenage girls under the age of 18 were sent to juvenile prison. Mohamed's 15-year-old daughter Rawda was one of the seven teenage girls. REUTERS/Stringer (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
KUWAIT-PARLIAMENT/
RTR244AI
May 31, 2009
Members of Parliament Salwa al-Jassar (L) and Rola Dashti enter to a cheering crowd ahead of the opening...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Members of Parliament al-Jassar and Dashti enter the National Assembly hall ahead of opening session...
Members of Parliament Salwa al-Jassar (L) and Rola Dashti enter to a cheering crowd ahead of the opening session of the Parliament at the National Assembly hall in Kuwait city May 31,2009. Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah gave the opening speech noting the women who won four seats in Kuwait's parliament, a first in the Gulf Arab state's history. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS)
KUWAIT-PARLIAMENT
RTR244AD
May 31, 2009
Member of Parliament Salwa alJassar takes the oath of office during the opening session of Parliament...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Member of Parliament Salwa alJassar takes the oath of office during the opening session of Parliament...
Member of Parliament Salwa alJassar takes the oath of office during the opening session of Parliament in Kuwait City May 31, 2009.Some nine members of parliament walked out of the swearing-in ceremony in protest to some of the newly elected female MP's for not wearing the Islamic headscarf to cover their hair. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT POLITICS)
KUWAIT-ELECTIONS/
RTR1ZGZS
April 14, 2008
Salwa Gassar speaks to the press in Kuwait City April 14, 2008 after she officially registered her candidacy...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Gassar speaks to the press in Kuwait City after she officially registered her candidacy in the...
Salwa Gassar speaks to the press in Kuwait City April 14, 2008 after she officially registered her candidacy in the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections. Monday marked the start of the first day of registration for candidates to contest in the elections to be held on May 17 after the emir dissolved parliament last March. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
BUSH
RTX5GF1
January 11, 2008
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) chats before dinner with Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
U.S. President Bush chats before dinner with Kuwait's Emir Sheikh at the Dar Salwa Palace in Kuwait City...
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) chats before dinner with Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah at the Dar Salwa Palace in Kuwait City, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Larry Downing (KUWAIT)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR1NNLA
March 19, 2007
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum (March for Peace) movement, a self-defense force of villagers organised...
JAGDALPUR, India
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum gather in Gudma village
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum (March for Peace) movement, a self-defense force of villagers organised to challenge Maoists, gather in Gudma village, about 450km (279 miles) south of the central Indian city of Raipur March 18, 2007. All that remains at an outpost on the frontline of India's war on Maoists are charred belongings, dried blood in the dirt and stray dogs scavenging for food and body parts after rebels killed 55 police. Picture taken on March 18, 2007. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA-MAOISTS/
RTR1NNKU
March 19, 2007
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum (March for Peace) movement, a self-defense force of villagers organised...
JAGDALPUR, India
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum movement gather in Gudma village south of the central Indian city of...
Tribal members of the Salwa Judum (March for Peace) movement, a self-defense force of villagers organised to challenge Maoists, gather in Gudma village, about 450km (279 miles) south of the central Indian city of Raipur March 18, 2007. All that remains at an outpost on the frontline of India's war on Maoists are charred belongings, dried blood in the dirt and stray dogs scavenging for food and body parts after rebels killed 55 police. Picture taken on March 18, 2007. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
AL SAEED
RTXOREM
June 24, 2006
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, ta.....
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters, which was vandalised by attackers she believes to be supporters of a rival candidate, in Kuwait city June 24, 2006. Thirty-two women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office.
AL SAEED
RTXOREL
June 24, 2006
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, ta.....
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters, which was vandalised by attackers she believes to be supporters of a rival candidate, in Kuwait city June 24, 2006. Thirty-two women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office.
MUTAIRI
RTXOREI
June 24, 2006
Candidate Salwa Mutairi listens during a forum hosted by [Sheikha Latifa, member of the Kuwait Al-Sabah...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Candidate Salwa Mutairi listens during a forum hosted by [Sheikha Latifa, member of the Kuwait Al-Sa.....
Candidate Salwa Mutairi listens during a forum hosted by [Sheikha Latifa, member of the Kuwait Al-Sabah ruling family and wife of the former Emir Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah al-Sabah], in Kuwait City June 24, 2006. Some 32 women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office.
KUWAIT ELECTION
RTR1EU8S
June 24, 2006
Candidate Salwa Mutairi listens during a forum hosted by Sheikha Latifa, member of the Kuwait Al-Sabah...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Candidate Mutairi listens during forum hosted by Sheikha Latifa in Kuwait City
Candidate Salwa Mutairi listens during a forum hosted by Sheikha Latifa, member of the Kuwait Al-Sabah ruling family and wife of the former Emir Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah al-Sabah, in Kuwait City June 24, 2006. Some 32 women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT)
ELECTION KUWAIT
RTR1ETF3
June 24, 2006
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Al Saeed, candidate for upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at campaign headquarters,...
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters, which was vandalised by attackers she believes to be supporters of a rival candidate, in Kuwait city June 24, 2006. Thirty-two women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KUWAIT)
ELECTION KUWAIT
RTR1ETF1
June 24, 2006
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Al Saeed, candidate for upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at campaign headquarters,...
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters, which was vandalised by attackers she believes to be supporters of a rival candidate, in Kuwait city June 24, 2006. Thirty-two women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KUWAIT)
ELECTION KUWAIT
RTR1ETEY
June 24, 2006
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Salwa Al Saeed, candidate for upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters,...
Salwa Al Saeed, marketing advisor and candidate for the upcoming Kuwaiti parliamentary elections, talks at her campaign headquarters, which was vandalised by attackers she believes to be supporters of a rival candidate, in Kuwait city June 24, 2006. Thirty-two women will be among 402 parliamentary candidates standing for election in Kuwait on June 29, the first time in the history of the Gulf Arab state that women will be allowed to seek office. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (KUWAIT)
KUWAIT
RTR18ILL
January 20, 2006
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (l), the sister of Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad...
Salwa, Kuwait
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha attends a special mass in Salwa
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (l), the sister of Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, attends a special mass in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT
RTR18ILB
January 20, 2006
Greek Catholic Priest Father Butros Gharib (L) delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh...
Salwa, Kuwait
Greek Catholic Priest Father Gharib delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad...
Greek Catholic Priest Father Butros Gharib (L) delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. The mass was attended by the late Emir's sister Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (C, sitting) and female members of the Kuwait royal family. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT
RTR18IF4
January 20, 2006
Greek Catholic Priest Father Butros Gharib (R) delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh...
Salwa, Kuwait
Greek Catholic Priest Father Gharib delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad...
Greek Catholic Priest Father Butros Gharib (R) delivers a special mass for Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT
RTR18IF0
January 20, 2006
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (L) and Sheikha Paula al-Sabah (C) accept condolences from...
Salwa, Kuwait
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha and Sheikha Paula accept condolences from France's Ambassador to Kuwait Bruze...
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (L) and Sheikha Paula al-Sabah (C) accept condolences from France's Ambassador to Kuwait Corinne Bruze after a special mass for Kuwait's emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah at the Greek Mekite Catholic Church in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT
RTR18I2G
January 20, 2006
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (l), the sister of Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad...
Salwa, Kuwait
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha attends a special mass in Salwa
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed Al-Sabah (l), the sister of Kuwait's late emir, Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, attends a special mass in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
KUWAIT
RTR18I1M
January 20, 2006
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed al-Sabah (C), sister of the Kuwait's late ruler, Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad...
Salwa, Kuwait
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha and her niece Sheikha Latiaf bow their heads during a special mass in Salwa
Kuwait's Sheikha Fariha al-Ahmed al-Sabah (C), sister of the Kuwait's late ruler, Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, and her niece Sheikha Latiaf (R) bow their heads during a special mass given by Greek Catholic Priest Father Butros Gharib at the Greek Mekite Catholic Church in Salwa January 20, 2006. Kuwait is expected to make an official announcement on Saturday naming the new rulers for the oil-rich Gulf Arab State. Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah died on January 15, 2006. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
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