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INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
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December 10, 2019
Sarbjeet Kaur's mother gives money to Kaur to pay for her daughter Ekampreet's school fees at their house...
MUKERIAN, India
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Sarbjeet Kaur's mother gives money to Kaur to pay for her daughter Ekampreet's school fees at their house in Mukerian, Punjab, India, March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MYANMAR-POLITICS
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March 11, 2015
Student protesters are seen gripping on to the bars of a prison vehicle as they are transported to a...
LETPADAN, Myanmar
Student protesters are seen gripping on to the bars of a prison vehicle as they are transported to a...
Student protesters are seen gripping on to the bars of a prison vehicle as they are transported to a court in Letpadan March 11, 2015. Myanmar's opposition National League for Democracy (NLD) demanded an inquiry on Wednesday into clashes between police and protesters in which students, monks and journalists were beaten with batons and more than 100 people were arrested. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MYANMAR-STUDENTS
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March 10, 2015
Student protesters face police line before clashes in Letpadan March 10, 2015. Myanmar police beat students,...
LETPADAN, Myanmar
Student protesters face police line before clashes in Letpadan
Student protesters face police line before clashes in Letpadan March 10, 2015. Myanmar police beat students, monks and journalists with batons on Tuesday as they dispersed a protest against a proposed new education law after a standoff that lasted more than a week, a Reuters witness said. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST)
MYANMAR-STUDENTS/
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March 10, 2015
Police hit a student protester during violence in Letpadan March 10, 2015. Myanmar police beat students...
LETPADAN, Myanmar
Police hit a student protester during violence in Letpadan
Police hit a student protester during violence in Letpadan March 10, 2015. Myanmar police beat students with batons and detained some of them as they broke up a group of about 200 protesters who had been locked in a standoff with security forces for more than a week, a Reuters witness said. The students were protesting an education bill they say stifles academic independence, and a group of them set out on foot from the central city of Mandalay more than a month ago in a symbolic protest. They made it as far as Letpadan, a town north of Yangon, where police blockaded them behind vehicles and barriers made of wood and barbed wire. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
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January 29, 2015
A police officer speaks to the media and members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher...
Chilpancingo, Mexico
Police officer speaks to the media and members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training...
A police officer speaks to the media and members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG), after detaining FUNPEG members at the Palo Blanco tollbooth on a road leading to Acapulco, in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, January 28, 2015. A group of 14 students were detained by federal police for taking over the tollbooth and collecting "fees" from the drivers, and were released upon negotiation with the officers, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
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January 29, 2015
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) board a bus after...
Chilpancingo, Mexico
Members of the FUNPEG board a bus after members detained by federal police officers were released, at...
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) board a bus after FUNPEG members detained by federal police officers were released, at the Palo Blanco tollbooth on a road leading to Acapulco, in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, January 28, 2015. A group of 14 students were detained by federal police for taking over the tollbooth and collecting "fees" from the drivers, and were released upon negotiation with the officers, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
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January 29, 2015
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) board a bus after...
Chilpancingo, Mexico
Members of the FUNPEG board a bus after federal police officers released members who had been detained,...
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) board a bus after federal police officers released FUNPEG members who had been detained, at the Palo Blanco tollbooth on a road leading to Acapulco, in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, January 28, 2015. A group of 14 students were detained by federal police for taking over the tollbooth and collecting "fees" from the drivers, and were released upon negotiation with the officers, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
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January 29, 2015
A member of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) looks on while...
Chilpancingo, Mexico
Member of the FUNPEG looks on while waiting for other members who were detained by federal police officers...
A member of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) looks on while waiting for other members who were detained by federal police officers to be released, at the Palo Blanco tollbooth on a road leading to Acapulco, in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, January 28, 2015. A group of 14 students were detained by federal police for taking over the tollbooth and collecting "fees" from the drivers, and were released upon negotiation with the officers, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
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January 29, 2015
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) are seen after...
Chilpancingo, Mexico
Members of the FUNPEG are seen after they were detained by federal police officers at the Palo Blanco...
Members of the United Front of Public Guerrero State Teacher Training Schools (FUNPEG) are seen after they were detained by federal police officers at the Palo Blanco tollbooth on a road leading to Acapulco, in Chilpancingo, in the Mexican state of Guerrero, January 28, 2015. A group of 14 students were detained by federal police for taking over the tollbooth and collecting "fees" from the drivers, and were released upon negotiation with the officers, local media reported. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CHILE-PROTEST
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December 18, 2014
A student is detained during a demonstration near the Ministry of Education at Santiago, December 18,...
Santiago, Chile
Student is detained during a demonstration near the Ministry of Education at Santiago
A student is detained during a demonstration near the Ministry of Education at Santiago, December 18, 2014. Students were protesting on Thursday against the increase in tariffs at their universities. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Behind The Wheel In Kabul - 18 Dec 2014
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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
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December 18, 2014
A chart of students who completed their training is seen on a wall at a driving school in Kabul August...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A chart of students who completed their training is seen on a wall at a driving school in Kabul
A chart of students who completed their training is seen on a wall at a driving school in Kabul August 18, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
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December 18, 2014
Afghan men wait as an official (L) holds their driving test papers at a traffic police department in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men wait as an official holds their driving test papers at a traffic police department in Kabul...
Afghan men wait as an official (L) holds their driving test papers at a traffic police department in Kabul August 23, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Afghan men attend a driving license lesson before receiving a driving license at a Kabul traffic police...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men attend a driving license lesson before receiving a driving license at a Kabul traffic police...
Afghan men attend a driving license lesson before receiving a driving license at a Kabul traffic police department in Kabul August 23, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An Afghan man takes an eye test before receiving a driving license at a traffic police department in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan man takes an eye test before receiving a driving license at a traffic police department in...
An Afghan man takes an eye test before receiving a driving license at a traffic police department in Kabul August 23, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
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December 18, 2014
Afghan men line up as they wait for their turn to take a test before receiving a driving license at a...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men line up as they wait for their turn to take a test before receiving a driving license at a...
Afghan men line up as they wait for their turn to take a test before receiving a driving license at a traffic police department in Kabul August 23, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An Afghan traffic policeman directs vehicles on a busy road in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan traffic policeman directs vehicles on a busy road in Kabul
An Afghan traffic policeman directs vehicles on a busy road in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An instructor (L) teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson in Kabul August 11, 2014....
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson in Kabul
An instructor (L) teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson in Kabul August 11, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A student looks at a speedometer during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 24, 2014....
Kabul, Afghanistan
A student looks at a speedometer during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul
A student looks at a speedometer during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 24, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
People travel in an overcrowded van in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing...
Kabul, Afghanistan
People travel in an overcrowded van in Kabul
People travel in an overcrowded van in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Tahmina drives during a practical driving lesson in Kabul September 4, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Tahmina drives during a practical driving lesson in Kabul
Tahmina drives during a practical driving lesson in Kabul September 4, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A red traffic light counts down on a street in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A red traffic light counts down on a street in Kabul
A red traffic light counts down on a street in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Vehicles drive at a junction in downtown Kabul August 25, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Vehicles drive at a junction in downtown Kabul
Vehicles drive at a junction in downtown Kabul August 25, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A schoolboy waits before crossing a street near a traffic sign in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A schoolboy waits before crossing a street near traffic sign in Kabul
A schoolboy waits before crossing a street near a traffic sign in Kabul August 31, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Kanaz, 21, listens to her instructor (unseen) during a practical driving lesson in Kabul August 14, 2014....
Kabul, Afghanistan
Kanaz listens to her instructor during a practical driving test in Kabul
Kanaz, 21, listens to her instructor (unseen) during a practical driving lesson in Kabul August 14, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Kanaz, 21, gets out of a car after a practical driving lesson in Kabul August 14, 2014. Kabul is one...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Kanaz gets out of a car after a practical driving lesson in Kabul
Kanaz, 21, gets out of a car after a practical driving lesson in Kabul August 14, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An instructor explains a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor explains a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school in Kabul
An instructor explains a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 24, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A speedometer is seen at a driving school in Kabul August 16, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A speedometer is seen at a driving school in Kabul
A speedometer is seen at a driving school in Kabul August 16, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An instructor explains traffic signs to a man during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 24,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor explains traffic signs to a man during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul
An instructor explains traffic signs to a man during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 24, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An instructor (L) teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul...
An instructor (L) teaches a man how to drive a car during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 18, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
Afghan men attend a class at a driving school in Kabul August 16, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan men attend a class at a driving school in Kabul
Afghan men attend a class at a driving school in Kabul August 16, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
An instructor explains traffic signs during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 11, 2014. Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor explains traffic signs during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul
An instructor explains traffic signs during a lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 11, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A woman listens to an instructor (unseen) who explains traffic signs at a driving school in Kabul August...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A woman listens to an instructor who explains traffic signs at a driving school in Kabul
A woman listens to an instructor (unseen) who explains traffic signs at a driving school in Kabul August 11, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4IJA8
December 18, 2014
Tahmina, (R) talks to her instructor during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul September...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Tahmina talks to her instructor during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul
Tahmina, (R) talks to her instructor during a practical lesson at a driving school in Kabul September 4, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT)

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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4IJ90
December 18, 2014
An instructor (R) teaches women about a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An instructor teaches women about a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school in...
An instructor (R) teaches women about a car's mechanics during a technical lesson at a driving school in Kabul August 11, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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AFGHANISTAN-TRANSPORT/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4IJ85
December 18, 2014
A women holds a book showing road signs as she attends a class at a driving school in Kabul September...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A women holds a book showing road signs as she attends a class at a driving school in Kabul
A women holds a book showing road signs as she attends a class at a driving school in Kabul September 4, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TRANSPORT)

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December 18, 2014
A women attends a class at a driving school in Kabul August 17, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A women attends a class at a driving school in Kabul
A women attends a class at a driving school in Kabul August 17, 2014. Kabul is one of the world's fastest growing cities and its streets are increasingly blocked by cars and buses. In the city's private driving schools, students pay a $60 fee for a 45-day course, which includes oral and practical driving tests at the country's Traffic Department. Some of the women who have signed up say learning to drive is a way to escape unwanted gazes and physical harassment on the cramped, crowded minibuses that are often the only method of urban public transport. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT)

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BRITAIN-PROTEST/
RTR4EQZ8
November 19, 2014
Demonstrators break through barricades in Parliament Square in front of the Houses of Parliament, as...
London, United Kingdom
Demonstrators break through barricades in Parliament Square as they participate in a protest against...
Demonstrators break through barricades in Parliament Square in front of the Houses of Parliament, as they participate in a protest against student loans and in favour of free education, in central London November 19, 2014. REUTERS/ Peter Nicholls (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN-PROTEST/
RTR4EQRV
November 19, 2014
Demonstrators pass the Houses of Parliament as they participate in a protest against student loans and...
London, United Kingdom
Demonstrators pass the Houses of Parliament as they participate in a protest against student loans and...
Demonstrators pass the Houses of Parliament as they participate in a protest against student loans and in favour of free education, in central London November 19, 2014. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA-POLITICS/
RTR4BZTE
October 29, 2014
Coordinating Minister for Economics Sofyan Djalil waits to pose with other newly appointed cabinet ministers...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Coordinating Minister for Economics Sofyan Djalil waits to pose with other newly appointed cabinet ministers...
Coordinating Minister for Economics Sofyan Djalil waits to pose with other newly appointed cabinet ministers after their inauguration ceremony at the presidential palace in Jakarta October 27, 2014. Born in poverty in a rebel stronghold, Indonesia's new chief economics minister once sold duck eggs on the street to pay his school fees. Sofyan Djalil later studied law in Indonesia and then went to Tufts University in the United States where he received two masters' degrees and a doctorate. A decade ago, he became a minister in the cabinet. He will need all that ability to overcome disadvantages as he takes on the uphill battle to revive Southeast Asia's biggest economy from its worst slowdown in five years. To Match Newsmaker INDONESIA-POLITICS/ Picture taken October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
CHILE-PROTEST/
RTR49KG0
October 09, 2014
A student protester runs from a jet of water released from a riot police vehicle during a demonstration...
Santiago, Chile
A student protester runs from a jet of water released from a riot police vehicle during a demonstration...
A student protester runs from a jet of water released from a riot police vehicle during a demonstration against the government to demand changes and an end to profiteering in the education system in Santiago October 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA-ELECTION
RTR3T7LB
June 11, 2014
Indonesian presidential candidate Joko Widodo (2nd R) shows an education card as he makes election promises...
Bandung, Indonesia
Widodo attends a campaign rally in Bandung
Indonesian presidential candidate Joko Widodo (2nd R) shows an education card as he makes election promises of free school education and no tutition fees, to his supporters during a campaign rally in Bandung, West Java, June 11, 2014. A month before Indonesia's presidential election, the two candidates traded barbs in their first televised debate on Monday, with Widodo seen faring better than former special forces general Prabowo Subianto. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS EDUCATION)
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KENYA/
RTR3Q1GS
May 20, 2014
A riot policeman uses a baton to hit a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A riot policeman uses a baton to hit a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A riot policeman uses a baton to hit a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 20, 2014. Public university students started their protests against the planned hiking of fees and lowering of maximum loan awarded to students by the Higher Education Loans Board, with police engaging the students in running battles at the main campus, local media reported. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION)
KENYA/
RTR3Q0SU
May 20, 2014
A University of Nairobi student cries as she surrenders after police released teargas to disperse them...
Nairobi, Kenya
A University of Nairobi student cries as she surrenders after police released teargas to disperse them...
A University of Nairobi student cries as she surrenders after police released teargas to disperse them inside their lecture rooms in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 20, 2014. Public university students started their protests against the planned hiking of fees and lowering of maximum loan awarded to students by the Higher Education Loans Board, with police engaging the students in running battles at the main campus, local media reported. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST)
KENYA/
RTR3Q0EH
May 20, 2014
Riot policemen use batons to beat up a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
Riot policemen use batons to beat up a rioting University of Nairobi student in Nairobi
Riot policemen use batons to beat up a rioting University of Nairobi student in Kenya's capital Nairobi May 20, 2014. Public university students started their protests, which are against the planned hiking of fees and lowering of maximum loan awarded to students by the Higher Education Loans Board, where police engaged the students in running battles at the main campus, local media reported. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS EDUCATION CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVO
November 12, 2013
Students attend class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues...
Beijing, China
Students attend class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
Students attend class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVN
November 12, 2013
A student listens during class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among...
Beijing, China
A student listens during class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
A student listens during class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVL
November 12, 2013
A student washes a spoon as she holds her container of food for lunch at Pengying School on the outskirts...
Beijing, China
A student washes a spoon as she holds her container of food for lunch at Pengying School on the outskirts...
A student washes a spoon as she holds her container of food for lunch at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVJ
November 12, 2013
A student reads in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the...
Beijing, China
A student reads in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
A student reads in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVI
November 12, 2013
A teacher reads to students in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013....
Beijing, China
A teacher reads to students in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
A teacher reads to students in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVG
November 12, 2013
A student uses a pencil to write in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11,...
Beijing, China
A student uses a pencil to write in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
A student uses a pencil to write in class at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVF
November 12, 2013
A student looks out from a classroom at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013....
Beijing, China
A student looks out from a classroom at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
A student looks out from a classroom at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-REFORM/LABOUR
RTX15AVE
November 12, 2013
Students play a rope-skipping game during a break at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November...
Beijing, China
Students play a rope-skipping game during a break at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing
Students play a rope-skipping game during a break at Pengying School on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2013. Among the issues China's top leaders tackled this week as they hammered out their policy roadmap, some may determine whether children attending the likes of the Pengying school in Beijing fulfil their dreams. Thanks to China's system of internal passports, or hukou, parents in search of better jobs in the capital, or other urban areas, leave behind the public services they were entitled to as residents of their home villages - their pension, healthcare insurance and free public schooling. That means that if they want to educate their children they have to find an unlicensed school, such as Pengying, which charges an annual fee of 1,400 yuan ($228), most of a month's earnings for some migrant families. Picture taken on November 11, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EMPLOYMENT)
SPAIN/
RTX14MJ0
October 24, 2013
A striking student wearing a t-shirt that reads "Public School for everyone" (C) shouts at a professor...
Madrid, Spain
A striking student shouts at professor to stop teaching his class on third day of nationwide student...
A striking student wearing a t-shirt that reads "Public School for everyone" (C) shouts at a professor to stop teaching his class on the third day of a nationwide student strike against rising fees and educational cuts at Madrid's Complutense University October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
SPAIN/
RTX14MGK
October 24, 2013
A professor prepares to walk away as striking students shout slogans on the third day of a nationwide...
Madrid, Spain
A professor prepares to walk away as striking students shout slogans on the third day of a nationwide...
A professor prepares to walk away as striking students shout slogans on the third day of a nationwide student strike against rising fees and educational cuts at Madrid's Complutense University October 24, 2013. The phrase "Cerrado x huelga" (Closed due to strike) was written on the blackboard by a striking student. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHILE/
RTX138QD
September 05, 2013
A demonstrator rides his unicycle as riot policemen walk along a street during a demonstration against...
Santiago, Chile
A demonstrator rides his unicycle as riot policemen walk along a street during a demonstration against...
A demonstrator rides his unicycle as riot policemen walk along a street during a demonstration against the government to demand changes in the public state education system in Santiago, September 5, 2013. Chilean students have been protesting against what they say is profiteering in the state education system. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA/
RTX12I89
August 12, 2013
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale as he stands in front of...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Dwi Waryono holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale in Jakarta
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale as he stands in front of a billboard featuring a portrait of Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and First Lady Ani Yudhoyono in Jakarta August 12, 2013. Dwi Waryono, who lives in Purwakarta, West Java province, plans to sell his kidney to pay for the school entrance fees for his two children, which he says will cost around three million rupiah ($300). The placard reads: "I was a blood donor. I will donate my kidney to pay for the cost of my children’s schooling." REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION)
INDONESIA/
RTX12I87
August 12, 2013
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale in Jakarta August 12, 2013....
Jakarta, Indonesia
A jobless man holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale in Jakarta
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale in Jakarta August 12, 2013. Dwi Waryono, who lives in Purwakarta, West Java province, plans to sell his kidney to pay for the school entrance fees for his two children, which he says will cost around three million rupiah ($300). The placard reads: "I was a blood donor. I will donate my kidney to pay for the cost of my children's schooling." REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTX12I83
August 12, 2013
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale as he stands in front of...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Dwi Waryono holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale in Jakarta
A jobless man, Dwi Waryono, holds a placard advertising his kidney for sale as he stands in front of a billboard featuring a portrait of Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and First Lady Ani Yudhoyono in Jakarta August 12, 2013. Dwi Waryono, who lives in Purwakarta, West Java province, plans to sell his kidney to pay for the school entrance fees for his two children, which he says will cost around three million rupiah ($300). The placard reads: "I was a blood donor. I will donate my kidney to pay for the cost of my children’s schooling." REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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