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Mexico City's ancient lake reclaims scrapped airport
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MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U15Q
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0XX
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WY
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WX
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WS
September 07, 2020
A worker prepares native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A worker prepares native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WR
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WL
September 07, 2020
Birds are pictured at the Texcoco lake, near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Birds are pictured at the Texcoco lake, near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020..REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WK
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0WB
September 07, 2020
A worker prepares native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A worker prepares native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0VY
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare native plants at the garden center near the canceled airport zone as part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0VN
September 07, 2020
A construction detail part of the structure of flight terminal is pictured at an abandoned construction...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A construction detail part of the structure of flight terminal is pictured at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020.REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0VM
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0VG
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0U2
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0U1
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0TU
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0TM
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of the flight terminal at an abandoned construction site...
Mexico City, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of the flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JQ
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JP
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JO
September 07, 2020
Parked heavy machinery and materials are seen at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Parked heavy machinery and materials are seen at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JN
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JJ
September 07, 2020
A general view shows part of the Lake Texcoco in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows part of the Lake Texcoco in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JI
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JH
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JG
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JF
September 07, 2020
Workers prepare soil for plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
Workers prepare soil for plants in an area near the canceled airport zone that is part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of land in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JE
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of a control tower at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of a control tower at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JD
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JB
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0JA
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a...
Texcoco, Mexico
Flooding, birds, trees: Mexico City's Texcoco lake reclaims scrapped airport
A general view shows parts of the structure of flight terminal at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken September 3, 2020.REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0IO
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the skeletons of a control tower on abandoned construction of a Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City
A general view shows parts of the skeletons of a control tower on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0IL
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0IK
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0IE
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0IB
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of the structure of a control tower at an abandoned construction site of a...
Mexico City, Mexico
A general view shows parts of the structure of a control tower at an abandoned construction site of a...
A general view shows parts of the structure of a control tower at an abandoned construction site of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago, now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 3, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 3, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
MEXICO-AIRPORT/LAKE
RTX7U0ID
September 07, 2020
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that...
Mexico City, Mexico
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Mexico City
A general view shows parts of flight terminal on abandoned construction of a Mexico City airport that was scrapped two years ago is now flooded by summer rains, in Texcoco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico September 4, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. Picture taken September 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7SEYZ
August 29, 2020
People work at a metal scrap market amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
People work at a metal scrap market amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka
People work at a metal scrap market amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh, August 29, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA
RTX7PCNH
August 13, 2020
Workers transport scrap metal on an electric tricycle during evening rush hour following an outbreak...
Beijing, China
Workers transport scrap metal on an electric tricycle during evening rush hour in Beijing
Workers transport scrap metal on an electric tricycle during evening rush hour following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Beijing, China, August 13, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-MEDICAL WASTE
RTX7LMG6
July 24, 2020
Mansoor Khan and his wife Latifa Bibi (pictured below) have been collecting scraps of plastic and other...
New Delhi, India
The Wider Image: "Fear will not fill our bellies": why Indian scavengers risk their lives amid coronavirus...
Mansoor Khan and his wife Latifa Bibi (pictured below) have been collecting scraps of plastic and other items at an enormous landfill site on the outskirts of New Delhi for nearly 20 years. The $5 daily earnings enable their three children to go to school, in search of a better future than their parents' lives amid the stench of rotting garbage. But over the past few months, increasing amounts of biomedical waste have been arriving at the dump - a result, experts say, of the novel coronavirus pandemic and a huge risk for those who work there. Spread over 52 acres and rising more than 60 metres, the site is littered with used, plastic coronavirus test kits, protective gear and cotton stained with blood and pus - among hundreds of tonnes of waste coming daily from across the Indian capital, including small hospitals and nursing homes. Sifting with bare hands, hundreds of scavengers including children expose themselves to a disease that has infected more than 15 million people globally and claimed over 600,000 lives. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi SEARCH "COVID-19 MEDICAL WASTE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-MEDICAL WASTE
RTX7LIBJ
July 24, 2020
Mansoor Khan and his wife Latifa Bibi (pictured below) have been collecting scraps of plastic and other...
New Delhi, India
The Wider Image: "Fear will not fill our bellies": why Indian scavengers risk their lives amid coronavirus...
Mansoor Khan and his wife Latifa Bibi (pictured below) have been collecting scraps of plastic and other items at an enormous landfill site on the outskirts of New Delhi for nearly 20 years. The $5 daily earnings enable their three children to go to school, in search of a better future than their parents' lives amid the stench of rotting garbage. But over the past few months, increasing amounts of biomedical waste have been arriving at the dump - a result, experts say, of the novel coronavirus pandemic and a huge risk for those who work there. Spread over 52 acres and rising more than 60 metres, the site is littered with used, plastic coronavirus test kits, protective gear and cotton stained with blood and pus ? among hundreds of tonnes of waste coming daily from across the Indian capital, including small hospitals and nursing homes. Sifting with bare hands, hundreds of scavengers including children expose themselves to a disease that has infected more than 15 million people globally and claimed over 600,000 lives. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi SEARCH "COVID-19 MEDICAL WASTE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJAR
July 13, 2020
Redskins branded merchandise sits on display at the Washington Redskins official team store at the NFL...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins branded merchandise sits on display at the Washington Redskins official stadium shop after the...
Redskins branded merchandise sits on display at the Washington Redskins official team store at the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after an announcement was made that it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJAJ
July 13, 2020
A worker walks in front of plastic barriers as work takes place at the Washington Redskins official team...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Work is underway at the Washington Redskins official shop at their stadium after the team announced they...
A worker walks in front of plastic barriers as work takes place at the Washington Redskins official team store at the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after an announcement was made that it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ80
July 13, 2020
Washington Redskins fan Rodney Johnson, who said he was "heartbroken" and that it was a "sad day" wears...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Washington Redskins fan stands outside stadium after the team announced they will scrap the name and...
Washington Redskins fan Rodney Johnson, who said he was "heartbroken" and that it was a "sad day" wears Redskins clothing and a branded protective face mask outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after an announcement that it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ6B
July 13, 2020
Washington Redskins team employee Octavian Barnes takes a picture of fellow Redskins colleague Oscar...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins logo is seen on a vehicle after the team announced they will scrap the name at FedEx Field in...
Washington Redskins team employee Octavian Barnes takes a picture of fellow Redskins colleague Oscar Henriquez as they pose for personal pictures in front of Redskins logos and signs outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after an announcement that it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ62
July 13, 2020
Washington Redskins team employees Octavian Barnes and Oscar Henriquez pose for personal pictures in...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Washington Redskins team employees pose in front of signs after the team announced they will scrap the...
Washington Redskins team employees Octavian Barnes and Oscar Henriquez pose for personal pictures in front of Redskins logos and signs outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after an announcement that it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ5T
July 13, 2020
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle parked outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins logo is seen on a vehicle after the team announced they will scrap the name at FedEx Field in...
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle parked outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after the team announced it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ5P
July 13, 2020
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle parked outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins logo is seen on a vehicle after the team announced they will scrap the name at FedEx Field in...
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle parked outside the NFL team's stadium FedEx Field after the team announced it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ51
July 13, 2020
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle outside FedEx Field after the team announced it...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins logo is seen on a vehicle after the team announced they will scrap the name at FedEx Field in...
The Washington Redskins team logo is seen on a vehicle outside FedEx Field after the team announced it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ4T
July 13, 2020
Washington Redskins team logos are seen on flags mounted on a vehicle outside FedEx Field after the team...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins logos are seen on flags mounted on a vehicle after the team announced they will scrap the name...
Washington Redskins team logos are seen on flags mounted on a vehicle outside FedEx Field after the team announced it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
FOOTBALL-NFL/WASHINGTON
RTS3JJ48
July 13, 2020
Washington Redskins employee Octavian Barnes wears a Redskins-themed protective face mask as he poses...
Landover, UNITED STATES
Redskins employee wears Washington Redskins-themed face mask at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland
Washington Redskins employee Octavian Barnes wears a Redskins-themed protective face mask as he poses for personal photos with other Redskins employees by the NFL team's logos and signs outside FedEx Field after the team announced it will be abandoning its controversial Redskins team name and logo under pressure from sponsors to scrap the name criticized as racist by Native American rights groups, in Landover, Maryland U.S., July 13, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
GLOBAL-WASTE/UN-REPORT
RTS3H8WJ
July 02, 2020
A scrap dealer moves a Xerox machine to dismantle it at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India, July 2, 2020....
Ahmedabad, India
A scrap dealer cuts a Xerox machine after dismantling it at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad
A scrap dealer moves a Xerox machine to dismantle it at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India, July 2, 2020. REUTERS/Amit Dave
GLOBAL-WASTE/UN-REPORT
RTS3H8UF
July 02, 2020
Dismantled TV sets are seen at a roadside scrap shop in Kolkata, India, July 2, 2020. REUTERS/Rupak De...
Kolkata, India
Dismantled TV sets are seen at a roadside scrap shop in Kolkata
Dismantled TV sets are seen at a roadside scrap shop in Kolkata, India, July 2, 2020. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
GLOBAL-WASTE/UN-REPORT
RTS3H8UB
July 02, 2020
A scrap dealer sorts dismantled TV circuit boards at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India, July 2, 2020....
Ahmedabad, India
A scrap dealer sorts dismantled TV circuit boards at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad
A scrap dealer sorts dismantled TV circuit boards at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India, July 2, 2020. REUTERS/Amit Dave
GLOBAL-WASTE/UN-REPORT
RTS3H8U5
July 02, 2020
A scrap dealer piles up discarded TV sets before dismantling them at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India,...
Ahmedabad, India
A scrap dealer piles up discarded TV sets before dismantling them at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad
A scrap dealer piles up discarded TV sets before dismantling them at a scrap yard in Ahmedabad, India, July 2, 2020. REUTERS/Amit Dave
PHILIPPINES-RIGHTS/PROTESTS
RTS3AP2N
June 04, 2020
Protestors raise placards calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn...
Quezon, Philippines
Filipinos protest as government pushes tougher anti-terror bill
Protestors raise placards calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn concern from human rights activists who fear it could be used to suppress free speech and harass those who challenge President Rodrigo Duterte, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, June 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
PHILIPPINES-RIGHTS/PROTESTS
RTS3AOWR
June 04, 2020
A woman raises a placard calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn...
Quezon, Philippines
Filipinos protest as government pushes tougher anti-terror bill
A woman raises a placard calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn concern from human rights activists who fear it could be used to suppress free speech and harass those who challenge President Rodrigo Duterte, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, June 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
PHILIPPINES-RIGHTS/PROTESTS
RTS3AOWD
June 04, 2020
Protestors raise placards calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn...
Quezon, Philippines
Filipinos protest as governmet pushes tougher anti-terror bill
Protestors raise placards calling on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn concern from human rights activists who fear it could be used to suppress free speech and harass those who challenge President Rodrigo Duterte, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, June 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
PHILIPPINES-RIGHTS/PROTESTS
RTS3AOVW
June 04, 2020
Hundreds of Filipinos march to call on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn...
Quezon, Philippines
Filipinos protest as governmet pushes tougher anti-terror bill
Hundreds of Filipinos march to call on legislators to scrap the proposed anti-terror bill that has drawn concern from human rights activists who fear it could be used to suppress free speech and harass those who challenge President Rodrigo Duterte, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, June 4, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/
RTS39HYW
May 29, 2020
A man collects scrap metal from rubble near the Minneapolis Police third precinct following Thursday...
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES
State Police and National Guard near the Minneapolis Police third precinct
A man collects scrap metal from rubble near the Minneapolis Police third precinct following Thursday night's demonstrations in response to the death of African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. May 29, 2020. REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
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