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EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX82M7N
October 16, 2020
Egyptians enjoy the sky view after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of...
Siwa, Egypt
Egyptians enjoy the sky view after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, in Siwa
Egyptians enjoy the sky view after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic tourism after the government cancelled the celebration of the Siyaha peace festival, or the 'Peace festival' amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Siwa Oasis, west of the Egyptian capital, Egypt October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX82M7M
October 16, 2020
Egyptian bedouins make tea over a fire after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation...
Siwa, Egypt
Egyptian bedouins make tea over a fire after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, in Siwa
Egyptian bedouins make tea over a fire after sand boarding in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic tourism after the government cancelled the celebration of the Siyaha peace festival, or the 'Peace festival' amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Siwa Oasis, west of the Egyptian capital, Egypt October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX82M72
October 16, 2020
An Egyptian man reacts as he sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic...
Siwa, Egypt
An Egyptian man reacts as he sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, in Siwa
An Egyptian man reacts as he sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic tourism after the government cancelled the celebration of the Siyaha peace festival, or the 'Peace festival' amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Siwa Oasis, west of the Egyptian capital, Egypt October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX82M71
October 16, 2020
An Egyptian woman reacts as she sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic...
Siwa, Egypt
An Egyptian woman reacts as she sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, in Siwa
An Egyptian woman reacts as she sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, during the activation of domestic tourism after the government cancelled the celebration of the Siyaha peace festival, or the 'Peace festival' amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Siwa Oasis, west of the Egyptian capital, Egypt October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX82M6T
October 16, 2020
Egyptians walk after sand boards in Egypt's Western Desertt, during the activation of domestic tourism...
Siwa, Egypt
Egyptians walk after sand boards in Egypt's Western Desert, in Siwa
Egyptians walk after sand boards in Egypt's Western Desertt, during the activation of domestic tourism after the government cancelled the celebration of the Siyaha peace festival, or the 'Peace festival' amid concerns over the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Siwa Oasis, west of the Egyptian capital, Egypt October 15, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
BRITAIN-EU/COAST
RTS2G9DR
April 04, 2019
Cockle-picker and fisherman Tony McClure, 39, who voted to leave the EU uses his cockling board to raise...
FLOOKBURGH, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Tea, bingo and cockles - my journey to Brexit-on-Sea
Cockle-picker and fisherman Tony McClure, 39, who voted to leave the EU uses his cockling board to raise cockles from the sands in Flookburgh, Morecambe Bay, Britain February 26, 2019. McClure: "I'm worried about exporting cockles and mussels." REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne SEARCH "KILCOYNE REDCAR " FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
PEOPLE-BEHRAKIS/
RTX6PDU9
March 02, 2019
FILE PHOTO: Two Albanians watch a U.S. marine CH53 Super Stallion helicopter take off from Golame beach...
GOLAME, Albania
Yannis Behrakis, award-winning Reuters photographer, dies aged 58
FILE PHOTO: Two Albanians watch a U.S. marine CH53 Super Stallion helicopter take off from Golame beach near the port town of Durres, March 16. U.S. marines stormed out of helicopters onto Golame Beach to rescue American, Turkish and Italian citizens from the chaos of Albania as many frantic Albanians attempted to jump onboard. The helicopters kicked up blizzards of stinging sand as they landed and marines used rifle butts to beat off Albanians trying to board the aircraft and escape their country. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis/File photo SEARCH "YANNIS BEHRAKIS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELGIUM-AIRPLANES/
RTS1QEZQ
May 08, 2018
A hostess of the Bronco demo team boards an OV-10 Bronco aircraft, decorated with World War One commemoration...
Wevelgem, Belgium
A hostess of the Bronco demo team boards an OV-10 Bronco aircraft at Flanders international airport in...
A hostess of the Bronco demo team boards an OV-10 Bronco aircraft, decorated with World War One commemoration motifs, at Flanders international airport, ahead of the world's first Short Take Off & Landing competition on sand, in Wevelgem, Belgium May 8, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1AE7U
August 04, 2017
Visitors board a traditional bumboat vessel as sunlight shines on the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitors board a traditional bumboat vessel as sunlight shines on the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort...
Visitors board a traditional bumboat vessel as sunlight shines on the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort during dusk in downtown Singapore August 4, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lam
CALIFORNIA-SHARKS/
RTX37A6H
May 23, 2017
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San...
San Clemente, UNITED STATES
Shark sighting signs warning swimmers and surfers are posted along the beach in San Clemente, California...
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San Clemente, California, U.S., May 23, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-SHARKS/
RTX37A68
May 23, 2017
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San...
San Clemente, UNITED STATES
Shark sighting signs warning swimmers and surfers are posted along the beach in San Clemente, California...
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San Clemente, California, U.S., May 23, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-SHARKS/
RTX37A67
May 23, 2017
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San...
San Clemente, UNITED STATES
Shark sighting signs warning swimmers and surfers are posted along the beach in San Clemente, California...
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San Clemente, California, U.S., May 23, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-SHARKS/
RTX37A60
May 23, 2017
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San...
San Clemente, UNITED STATES
Shark sighting signs warning swimmers and surfers are posted along the beach in San Clemente, California...
Warning signs are placed along the beach to warn swimmers and surfers of recent shark sightings in San Clemente, California, U.S., May 23, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Blake
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJPB
November 27, 2016
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt. November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016....
FAYOUM, Egypt
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt. November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJP9
November 27, 2016
A man climbs to sand board in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November...
FAYOUM, Egypt
A man climbs to sand board in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man climbs to sand board in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJOU
November 27, 2016
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016....
FAYOUM, Egypt
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man sand boards in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJIW
November 27, 2016
A man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November...
FAYOUM, Egypt
Man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJIQ
November 27, 2016
A woman sandboards on the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November...
FAYOUM, Egypt
A woman sandboards on the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A woman sandboards on the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJIK
November 27, 2016
A man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November...
FAYOUM, Egypt
A man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man sandboards down the mountain in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-DESERT-ADVENTURES
RTSTJIJ
November 27, 2016
A man falls down while sandboarding in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken...
FAYOUM, Egypt
A man falls down while sandboarding in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum
A man falls down while sandboarding in Wadi el-Rayan Fayoum, Egypt, November 18, 2016. Picture taken November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
AUSTRALIA-SURFING/
RTX28AIZ
February 24, 2016
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola ceremoniously runs sand through his fingers while carrying his...
Sydney, Australia
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola ceremoniously runs sand through his fingers while carrying his...
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola ceremoniously runs sand through his fingers while carrying his reed board, or "caballito" (little horse), at Sydney's Bondi Beach, February 24, 2016. Areola is part of a group of Peruvian surfers touring Australia’s east coast to promote the use of the “caballito”. The "caballito" is thought to have been invented around 3,000 BC in northern Peru. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-SURFING/
RTX28AIL
February 24, 2016
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola walks onto the sand carrying his reed board, or "caballito" (little...
Sydney, Australia
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola walks onto the sand carrying his reed board, or "caballito" at...
Peruvian surfer Carlos 'Huevito' Areola walks onto the sand carrying his reed board, or "caballito" (little horse), at Sydney's Bondi Beach, February 24, 2016. Areola is part of a group of Peruvian surfers touring Australia’s east coast to promote the use of the “caballito”. The "caballito" is thought to have been invented around 3,000 BC in northern Peru. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SURFING-ISRAEL/
RTX237ZQ
January 20, 2016
A surf board lies on beach sand during the 2016 SEAT Pro Netanya contest in the coastal Israeli city...
Netanya, Israel
A surf board lies on beach sand during the 2016 SEAT Pro Netanya contest in the coastal Israeli city...
A surf board lies on beach sand during the 2016 SEAT Pro Netanya contest in the coastal Israeli city of Netanya January 20, 2016. For the first time in Israel, the coastal city of Netanya is hosting the World Surfing LeagueÕs new competition, the 2016 SEAT Pro Netanya, a menÕs qualifying series, giving local surfers a chance to compete against European professionals for a $25000 prize. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/SRILANKA
RTR4JAF0
December 26, 2014
Relatives of tsunami victims pray near a mass grave in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a...
PERELIYA, Sri Lanka
Relatives of tsunami victims pray near a mass grave in Pereliya
Relatives of tsunami victims pray near a mass grave in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The train, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board, stopped at the same place in Pereliya, two hours from Colombo, where it was forced off the rail line that hugs the jungle-clad coast. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JAEP
December 26, 2014
The family of a victim look out to sea on the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Pereliya...
PERELIYA, Sri Lanka
The family of a victim look out to sea on the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Pereliya...
The family of a victim look out to sea on the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The train, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board, stopped at the same place in Pereliya, two hours from Colombo, where it was forced off the rail line that hugs the jungle-clad coast. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JADH
December 26, 2014
People hang onto the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi makes special journey to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian...
People hang onto the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JACI
December 26, 2014
Tourists look out from a window as they travel in the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi in Pereliya December...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Tourists look out from a window as they travel in the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi in Pereliya
Tourists look out from a window as they travel in the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi in Pereliya December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT TRAVEL)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JAAK
December 26, 2014
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, looks out from the...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi makes special journey to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian...
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, looks out from the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi as it leaves Pereliya station December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. Karunatilake said lives could have saved but those on board were unaware of what was happening and stayed inside the train. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JAA0
December 26, 2014
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, looks out from the...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi makes special journey to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian...
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, looks out from the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi as it leaves Pereliya station December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. Karunatilake said lives could have saved but those on board were unaware of what was happening and stayed inside the train. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JA9F
December 26, 2014
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, reads a book about...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi makes special journey to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian...
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, reads a book about the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi, as it leaves Pereliya station December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. Karunatilake said lives could have saved but those on board were unaware of what was happening and stayed inside the train. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
TSUNAMI-ANNIVERSARY/TRAIN
RTR4JA8Z
December 26, 2014
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, signals for the Sri...
multiple cities, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi makes special journey to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian...
Train guard Wanigaratne Karunatilake (58), a survivor of the Indian Ocean tsunami, signals for the Sri Lankan train Samudra Devi to leave Pereliya station December 26, 2014. Ten years after a towering wave hurled Samudra Devi, or "Ocean Queen", off its tracks and killed more than 1,000 people, it made a special journey on Friday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in Sri Lanka when it pounded its sand-fringed coastline. The original locomotive and five of its carriages were restored in 2008 and the train headed south from Colombo on Friday at the exact same time as a decade ago, with relatives of victims and a handful of survivors on board. Karunatilake said lives could have saved but those on board were unaware of what was happening and stayed inside the train. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY TRANSPORT)
USA/
RTR3J4DF
March 29, 2014
Sheldon Adelson, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., listens...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Adelson, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., listens to New Jersey...
Sheldon Adelson, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., listens to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during the Republican Jewish Coalition Spring Leadership Meeting at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3J4D8
March 29, 2014
Sheldon Adelson (L), chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., arrives...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Adelson arrives to listen to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during the Republican Jewish Coalition...
Sheldon Adelson (L), chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Las Vegas Sands Corp., arrives to listen to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during the Republican Jewish Coalition Spring Leadership Meeting at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD2C
March 10, 2014
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled...
KORIYAMA, Japan
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled...
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 28, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD26
March 10, 2014
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled...
KORIYAMA, Japan
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled...
Children play at an indoor sand pit of the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 28, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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CANADA-PIPELINE/DECISION
RTR3G6J3
March 07, 2014
A man holds an Oil Sand sample during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the...
Toronto, Canada
A man holds an Oil Sand sample during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the...
A man holds an Oil Sand sample during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the flow of the Enbridge oil pipeline "Line 9" at Queen's Park in Toronto, March 7, 2014. Canadian regulators on Thursday approved Enbridge Inc's Line 9 oil pipeline reversal and expansion, conditional on the country's largest pipeline company undertaking additional work on consultation and safety. Enbridge plans to reverse its Line 9B pipeline, which extends from southern Ontario to Quebec, and boost capacity of the entire Line 9 line by 25 percent to 300,000 barrels per day (bpd), in order to ship western oil to refineries in Eastern Canada. The oil would enter Ontario through Michigan on its Mainline system. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
CANADA-PIPELINE/DECISION
RTR3G6HK
March 07, 2014
A woman holds a sign reading "Tar Sands Kill" during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval...
Toronto, Canada
A woman holds a sign reading "Tar Sands Kill" during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval...
A woman holds a sign reading "Tar Sands Kill" during a protest on the National Energy Board's approval to reverse the flow of the Enbridge oil pipeline "Line 9" at Queen's Park in Toronto, March 7, 2014. Canadian regulators on Thursday approved Enbridge Inc's Line 9 oil pipeline reversal and expansion, conditional on the country's largest pipeline company undertaking additional work on consultation and safety. Enbridge plans to reverse its Line 9B pipeline, which extends from southern Ontario to Quebec, and boost capacity of the entire Line 9 line by 25 percent to 300,000 barrels per day (bpd), in order to ship western oil to refineries in Eastern Canada. The oil would enter Ontario through Michigan on its Mainline system. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDBG
September 28, 2013
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford, Maine...
BIDDEFORD, UNITED STATES
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford, Maine September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Meng said he couldn't hire assistants this summer to help him research headaches and "dry eye" syndrome. Next year, Meng may have to lay off some lab workers. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Joel Page (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDBE
September 28, 2013
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford, Maine...
BIDDEFORD, UNITED STATES
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng poses in his laboratory in Biddeford, Maine September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Meng said he couldn't hire assistants this summer to help him research headaches and "dry eye" syndrome. Next year, Meng may have to lay off some lab workers. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Joel Page (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDBC
September 28, 2013
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (R) speaks with graduate students Mike Anderson...
BIDDEFORD, UNITED STATES
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng speaks with graduate students as he works in...
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (R) speaks with graduate students Mike Anderson (L) and Neal Mecum as he works in his laboratory in Biddeford, Maine September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Meng said he couldn't hire assistants this summer to help him research headaches and "dry eye" syndrome. Next year, Meng may have to lay off some lab workers. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Joel Page (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDB9
September 28, 2013
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (L) speaks with graduate student Mike Anderson...
BIDDEFORD, UNITED STATES
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng speaks with graduate student Mike Anderson as...
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (L) speaks with graduate student Mike Anderson as they work in a laboratory in Biddeford, Maine September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Meng said he couldn't hire assistants this summer to help him research headaches and "dry eye" syndrome. Next year, Meng may have to lay off some lab workers. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Joel Page (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDB8
September 28, 2013
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (L) works in his laboratory with technician...
BIDDEFORD, UNITED STATES
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng works in his laboratory with tech Stephen Barton...
University of New England biomedical researcher Ian Meng (L) works in his laboratory with technician Stephen Barton in Biddeford, Maine September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Meng said he couldn't hire assistants this summer to help him research headaches and "dry eye" syndrome. Next year, Meng may have to lay off some lab workers. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Joel Page (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDB5
September 28, 2013
Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek attends a meeting in Mahnomen, Minnesota September...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek attends a meeting in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek attends a meeting in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDB1
September 28, 2013
Jeff Bisek, superintendent of the Mahnomen School District, stands in a hallway at Mahnomen High School...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Superintendent Jeff Bisek stands in a hallway at Mahnomen High School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Jeff Bisek, superintendent of the Mahnomen School District, stands in a hallway at Mahnomen High School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDB0
September 28, 2013
Fourth grade teacher Alicia Schoenborn works with a student at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen,...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Fourth grade teacher Alicia Schoenborn works with a student at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen,...
Fourth grade teacher Alicia Schoenborn works with a student at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAZ
September 28, 2013
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S....
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAY
September 28, 2013
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S....
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students eat breakfast at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAW
September 28, 2013
Students are greeted by Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek as they arrive for class at...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students are greeted by Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek at Mahnomen Elementary School...
Students are greeted by Mahnomen School District Superintendent Jeff Bisek as they arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAV
September 28, 2013
Students arrive for school in Mahnomen school district in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students arrive for school in Mahnomen school district in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students arrive for school in Mahnomen school district in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAU
September 28, 2013
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost 3 percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAT
September 28, 2013
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. Picture taken September 26, 2013. To match Insight USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-BUDGET/SEQUESTER
RTR3FDAS
September 28, 2013
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The...
MAHNOMEN, UNITED STATES
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota
Students arrive for class at Mahnomen Elementary School in Mahnomen, Minnesota September 26, 2013. The U.S. government may have headed off some of the most dire predictions about the "sequester," but over seven months, the across-the-board spending cut has thrown sand into the gears of the economic recovery. Mahnomen school district, which serves the White Earth Indian reservation in Minnesota, lost three percent of its funding due to the sequester. The district didn't replace a teacher who retired and has scaled back on homework tutoring and an alternative-school program for teenage mothers. Another year of cuts could force the school to lay off teachers and scale back bus service, superintendent Jeff Bisek says. Picture taken September 26, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Koeck (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
CANADIANOILSANDS-RESULTS/
RTXZ5HD
April 30, 2013
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Marcel Coutu (L) talks with chairman of the board...
Calgary, Canada
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Coutu talks with chairman of the board Lowry during...
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Marcel Coutu (L) talks with chairman of the board Don Lowry during the company's annual general meeting in Calgary, Alberta, April 30, 2013. Canadian Oil Sands Ltd, which owns the largest stake in Syncrude Canada Ltd, said on Tuesday that first-quarter profit fell by nearly half as operating problems and the oil sands facility lowered production. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CANADIANOILSANDS-RESULTS/
RTXZ5H0
April 30, 2013
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Marcel Coutu (R) hands out papers to board members...
Calgary, Canada
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Coutu hands out papers to board members before the...
President and Chief Executive of Canadian Oil Sands Marcel Coutu (R) hands out papers to board members before the start of the company's annual general meeting in Calgary, Alberta, April 30, 2013. Canadian Oil Sands Ltd, which owns the largest stake in Syncrude Canada Ltd, said on Tuesday that first-quarter profit fell by nearly half as operating problems and the oil sands facility lowered production. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
SAUDI ARABIA/
RTR3BXOF
December 27, 2012
A man sits on a board as he sand skis in the desert near Tabuk, 1,500 km (932 miles) from Riyadh December...
TABOUK, Saudi Arabia
A man sits on a board as he sand skis in the desert near Tabuk
A man sits on a board as he sand skis in the desert near Tabuk, 1,500 km (932 miles) from Riyadh December 27, 2012. REUTERS/Mohamed Alhwaity (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
STORM-SANDY/HURRICANE
RTR39NRQ
October 27, 2012
Women enjoy a beautiful day on the board walk while heavy equipment is used to pile sand into berms before...
New York, UNITED STATES
Women chat on board walk while sand is piled into berms before the arrival of Hurricane Sandy at Brighton...
Women enjoy a beautiful day on the board walk while heavy equipment is used to pile sand into berms before the arrival of Hurricane Sandy at Brighton Beach, New York, October 27, 2012. Tropical cyclone Sandy revved back up to hurricane strength on Saturday as it churned toward the U.S. northeast coast where it threatens to become one of the worst storms in decades. The late-season storm has been dubbed "Frankenstorm" by some weather watchers because it will combine elements of a tropical cyclone and a winter storm and is forecast to reach the U.S. coast close to Halloween. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
MALDIVES/
RTR2XJAT
February 09, 2012
Tourists wait to board a ferry to depart from Male February 9, 2012. Only about 400,000 people live permanently...
Male, Maldives
Tourists wait to board a ferry to depart from Male
Tourists wait to board a ferry to depart from Male February 9, 2012. Only about 400,000 people live permanently in the Maldives but there has been much interest in the tumult there this week because of the huge numbers who visit the islands on holiday. The Maldives receives about one million visitors each year, many of who are seeking a sun-and-sand getaway at resorts that charge up to $1,000 per night. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (MALDIVES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL)
STORM/IRENE
RTR2QGB3
August 28, 2011
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through, in Ocean City, Maryland, August 28,...
OCEAN CITY, UNITED STATES
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through, in Ocean City
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through, in Ocean City, Maryland, August 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene battered New York with heavy winds and driving rain on Sunday, knocking out power and flooding some of Lower Manhattan's deserted streets even as it lost some of its strength. Irene was downgraded to a tropical storm on Sunday morning but was still sending waves crashing onto shorelines and flooding coastal suburbs. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
STORM/IRENE
RTR2QG8O
August 28, 2011
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through in Ocean City, Maryland August 28, 2011....
OCEAN CITY, UNITED STATES
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through in Ocean City
Sand covers the board walk after Hurricane Irene passed through in Ocean City, Maryland August 28, 2011. Hurricane Irene battered New York with heavy winds and driving rain on Sunday, knocking out power and flooding some of Lower Manhattan's deserted streets even as it lost some of its strength. Irene was downgraded to a tropical storm on Sunday morning but was still sending waves crashing onto shorelines and flooding coastal suburbs. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GAMES/
RTXSK7R
September 23, 2010
Labourers pull a hand cart loaded with bricks and sacks of sand in front of boards advertising the Commonwealth...
New Delhi, India
Labourers pull a hand cart loaded with bricks and sacks of sand in front of boards advertising the Commonwealth...
Labourers pull a hand cart loaded with bricks and sacks of sand in front of boards advertising the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi September 23, 2010. More nations delayed their teams' arrivals for the Commonwealth Games as organisers raced against time to address security and health concerns that have already led several top athletes to pull out. REUTERS/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds (INDIA - Tags: SPORT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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