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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS3EA2G
June 18, 2020
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
LA MAGDALENA TETELA MORELOS, Mexico
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce, who were killed and charred inside a car, in La Magdalena Tetela Morelos, in Puebla state, Mexico June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Imelda Medina
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS3EA1A
June 18, 2020
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
LA MAGDALENA TETELA MORELOS, Mexico
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist church take part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce, who were killed and charred inside a car, in La Magdalena Tetela Morelos, in Puebla state, Mexico June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Imelda Medina
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS3EA0X
June 18, 2020
A member of the Seventh-day Adventist church takes part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
LA MAGDALENA TETELA MORELOS, Mexico
A member of the Seventh-day Adventist church takes part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce,...
A member of the Seventh-day Adventist church takes part in the wake of Gardenia and her daughter Dulce, who were killed and charred inside a car, in La Magdalena Tetela Morelos, in Puebla state, Mexico June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Imelda Medina
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DC1U
April 16, 2020
A sign is seen outside a Seventh day Adventist church as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
HERMOSA, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hermosa, South Dakota
A sign is seen outside a Seventh day Adventist church as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Hermosa, South Dakota, U.S., April 15, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTX7DC1N
April 16, 2020
A sign is seen outside a Seventh day Adventist church as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
HERMOSA, UNITED STATES
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hermosa, South Dakota
A sign is seen outside a Seventh day Adventist church as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Hermosa, South Dakota, U.S., April 15, 2020. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPX
May 22, 2017
Kurt Gardener (C), a school mate of Germain Mason, addresses the audience next to Michael Frater (L)...
Kingston, Jamaica
Kurt Gardener, addresses the audience next to Michael Frater and Nesta Carter during a funeral service...
Kurt Gardener (C), a school mate of Germain Mason, addresses the audience next to Michael Frater (L) and Nesta Carter during a funeral service for high jump star Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPT
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPK
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L, light blue shirt) and others stand around the coffin of high...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt and others stand around the coffin of high jump star Germaine Masonhigh...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L, light blue shirt) and others stand around the coffin of high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPF
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (C) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (C) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPD
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XPC
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ATHLETICS-MASON/CRASH
RTX36XP6
May 22, 2017
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine...
Kingston, Jamaica
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason,...
Jamaica's Olympic champion Usain Bolt (L) reacts during a funeral service for high jump star Germaine Mason, who died on April 20 in a motorbike crash on the outskirts of Kingston, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, in Hayley Park Road, in Kingston, Jamaica May 21, 2017. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy
USA-ELECTION/CARSON
RTS62P5
November 09, 2015
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland...
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland...
A holy Bible Book is seen at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland November 4, 2015. For many who knew Ben Carson in Baltimore, his U.S. presidential candidacy comes as a surprise. Over more than three decades as a Baltimore resident ending in 2013, Carson - now a front-runner in the race for the Republican Party nomination - rarely spoke about his political views. An unassailable local hero, a Johns Hopkins Hospital neurosurgeon, Carson put his wealth to use helping the poor. He established a scholarship program for school children and hosted a banquet each year to honor its recipients. Picture taken November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
USA-ELECTION/CARSON
RTS62OZ
November 09, 2015
The Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church is seen in Silver Spring, Maryland November 4, 2015. For...
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES
The Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church is seen in Silver Spring, Maryland
The Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church is seen in Silver Spring, Maryland November 4, 2015. For many who knew Ben Carson in Baltimore, his U.S. presidential candidacy comes as a surprise. Over more than three decades as a Baltimore resident ending in 2013, Carson - now a front-runner in the race for the Republican Party nomination - rarely spoke about his political views. An unassailable local hero, a Johns Hopkins Hospital neurosurgeon, Carson put his wealth to use helping the poor. He established a scholarship program for school children and hosted a banquet each year to honor its recipients. Picture taken November 4, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTR472LX
September 21, 2014
Two attendees listen as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire at the Seventh-day...
CAMINO, UNITED STATES
Attendees listen during a community meeting for the King Fire in Camino, California
Two attendees listen as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Camino, California September 20, 2014. The King Fire has blackened more than 80,000 acres (32,374 hectares) and become the most menacing of seven major blazes in drought-parched California. About 2,800 residents of several communities around the King Fire remained evacuated on Saturday, officials said. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (United States - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTR472LW
September 21, 2014
Two attendees listen as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire at the Seventh-day...
CAMINO, UNITED STATES
Attendees listen during a community meeting for the King Fire in Camino, California
Two attendees listen as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Camino, California September 20, 2014. The King Fire has blackened more than 80,000 acres (32,374 hectares) and become the most menacing of seven major blazes in drought-parched California. About 2,800 residents of several communities around the King Fire remained evacuated on Saturday, officials said. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (United States - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTR472LQ
September 21, 2014
An attendee is accompanied by his dog as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire...
CAMINO, UNITED STATES
Attendee listens during a community meeting for the King Fire in Camino, California
An attendee is accompanied by his dog as officials hold a community meeting on the ongoing King Fire at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Camino, California September 20, 2014. The King Fire has blackened more than 80,000 acres (32,374 hectares) and become the most menacing of seven major blazes in drought-parched California. About 2,800 residents of several communities around the King Fire remained evacuated on Saturday, officials said. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (United States - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
USA-POLITICS/NEWYORK
RTX12PBZ
August 17, 2013
New York City mayoral candidate Bill De Blasio speaks to members of the Victory Seventh-day Adventist...
Bronx, UNITED STATES
New York City mayoral candidate Bill De Blasio speaks to members of the Victory Seventh-day Adventist...
New York City mayoral candidate Bill De Blasio speaks to members of the Victory Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bronx, New York, August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS RELIGION)
USA/
RTX12P6H
August 17, 2013
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (2nd L) prays during a church service at Philadelphia...
Bronx, UNITED STATES
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio prays during a church service at Philadelphia Seventh-day...
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (2nd L) prays during a church service at Philadelphia Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bronx, New York August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS RELIGION)
USA/
RTX12P6C
August 17, 2013
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (R) walks next to his wife McCray after speaking to members...
Bronx, UNITED STATES
New York City mayoral candidate De Blasio walks next to his wife after speaking to members of Victory...
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (R) walks next to his wife McCray after speaking to members of Victory Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bronx, New York August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA/
RTX12P68
August 17, 2013
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (R) walks next to his wife McCray and his daughter Chiara...
Bronx, UNITED STATES
New York City mayoral candidate De Blasio walks next to his wife and his daughter after speaking to members...
New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio (R) walks next to his wife McCray and his daughter Chiara de Blasio after speaking to members of Victory Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bronx, New York August 17, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
INDIA/
RTX634N
May 23, 2008
A child waits for food at a classroom during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School...
DUGGANNAGIRI PALLI, India
A child waits for food at a classroom during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School...
A child waits for food at a classroom during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School at Duggannagiri Palli, 475 km (295 miles) south of the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, May 23, 2008. The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday opened a school for underprivileged children in the region. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX634E
May 23, 2008
A girl reacts to the camera as she eats her food inside the school premises during the inauguration of...
DUGGANNAGIRI PALLI, India
A girl eats her food inside the school premises during the inauguration of Seventh-day Adventist High...
A girl reacts to the camera as she eats her food inside the school premises during the inauguration of Seventh-day Adventist High School at Duggannagiri Palli, 475 km (295 miles) south of the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, May 23, 2008. The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday opened a school for underprivileged children in the region. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX6340
May 23, 2008
Children play with Bruce Fjarli (L, top), a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church of the U.S., inside...
DUGGANNAGIRI PALLI, India
Children play with Bruce Fjarli, a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, inside school premises...
Children play with Bruce Fjarli (L, top), a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church of the U.S., inside school premises during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School at Duggannagiri Palli, 475 km (295 miles) south of the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, May 23, 2008. The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday opened a school for underprivileged children in the region. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX633F
May 23, 2008
Children play inside school premises during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School...
DUGGANNAGIRI PALLI, India
Children play inside school premises during the inauguration of Seventh-day Adventist High School at...
Children play inside school premises during the inauguration of the Seventh-day Adventist High School at Duggannagiri Palli, 475 km (295 miles) south of the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, May 23, 2008. The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday opened a school for the underprivileged children in the region. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN93
July 23, 2007
Maranatha International volunteer Carrie Purkeypile interacts with a tribal schoolgirl at the Immanuel...
JEYPORE, India
Amy Hahn from the U.S. says goodbye to a boy at the Immanuel Christian school
Maranatha International volunteer Carrie Purkeypile interacts with a tribal schoolgirl at the Immanuel English School on the outskirts of the the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of 50 volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the U.S. spent two weeks in India doing community work at a hospital and two schools, one of which educates underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian caste system and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1RLRY
July 23, 2007
Maranatha International volunteer Carrie Purkeypile interacts with a tribal schoolgirl at the Immanuel...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteer Purkeypile interacts with a tribal schoolgirl at the Immanuel English...
Maranatha International volunteer Carrie Purkeypile interacts with a tribal schoolgirl at the Immanuel English School on the outskirts of the the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of 50 volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the U.S. spent two weeks in India doing community work at a hospital and two schools, one of which educates underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian caste system and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RNAB
July 09, 2007
A volunteer wearing blindfold studies with a blind student at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the...
JEYPORE, India
A volunteer wearing blindfold studies with a blind student at the Asian Aid School for the Blind
A volunteer wearing blindfold studies with a blind student at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. The school serves underprivileged children who are from 60 to 100 percent blind. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RNA6
July 09, 2007
Volunteers eat wearing blindfolds at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers eat wearing blindfolds at the Asian Aid School for the Blind
Volunteers eat wearing blindfolds at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. The school serves underprivileged children who are from 60 to 100 percent blind. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN9R
July 09, 2007
Volunteers wearing blindfolds sit on beds at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers wearing blindfolds sit on beds the Asian Aid School for the Blind
Volunteers wearing blindfolds sit on beds at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. The school serves underprivileged children who are from 60 to 100 percent blind. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN9P
July 09, 2007
Volunteers wearing blindfolds are lead by a guide on arrival at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers wearing blindfolds are lead by a guide on arrival at the Asian Aid School for the Blind
Volunteers wearing blindfolds are lead by a guide on arrival at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN9N
July 09, 2007
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid...
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN9H
July 09, 2007
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid...
Volunteers put on blindfolds to spend twenty four hours in total darkness upon arrival at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN9F
July 09, 2007
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on...
JEYPORE, India
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. The school serves underprivileged children who are from 60 to 100 percent blind. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN99
July 09, 2007
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on...
JEYPORE, India
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind
Indian blind children wait to welcome a group of volunteers at the Asian Aid School for the Blind on the outskirts of the village of BobbiliI in the eastern Indian state of Andhara Pradesh on June 28, 2007. The school serves underprivileged children who are from 60 to 100 percent blind. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN97
July 09, 2007
Volunteers from the U.S. say goodbye to children at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers from the U.S. say goodbye to children at the Immanuel Christian school
Volunteers from the U.S. say goodbye to children at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN94
July 09, 2007
Volunteers Amber Ellis (L) and Erica Dryer from the U.S. walk with students before departing the Immanuel...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers Amber Ellis and Erica Dryer from the U.S. walk with students before departing the Immanuel...
Volunteers Amber Ellis (L) and Erica Dryer from the U.S. walk with students before departing the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8Z
July 09, 2007
Volunteer Wes Via from the U.S. says goodbye to a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged...
JEYPORE, India
Wes Via from the U.S. says goodbye to a boy at the Immanuel Christian school
Volunteer Wes Via from the U.S. says goodbye to a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8W
July 09, 2007
Volunteer James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged...
JEYPORE, India
James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school
Volunteer James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8V
July 09, 2007
Volunteer James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged...
JEYPORE, India
James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school
Volunteer James Collins from the U.S. plays with a boy at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 28, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8U
July 09, 2007
A boy plays soccer at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts...
JEYPORE, India
A boy plays soccer at the Immanuel Christian school
A boy plays soccer at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 27, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8S
July 09, 2007
Boys play soccer at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts...
JEYPORE, India
Boys play soccer at the Immanuel Christian school
Boys play soccer at the Immanuel Christian school for underprivileged tribal children on the outskirts of Jeypore village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa June 27, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited schools. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8R
July 09, 2007
Volunteers from the U.S. scrub floors in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa,...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers from the U.S. scrub floors in the Jeypore local hospital
Volunteers from the U.S. scrub floors in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8P
July 09, 2007
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a window in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of...
JEYPORE, India
A Volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a window in the Jeypore local hospital
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a window in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children from the U.S., part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8O
July 09, 2007
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a wall in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of...
JEYPORE, India
A Volunteer scrubs a wall in the Jeypore local hospital
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a wall in the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8M
July 09, 2007
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a wall in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian...
JEYPORE, India
A Volunteer scrubs a wall in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a wall in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8L
July 09, 2007
Liezl Sparrow, a volunteer from the U.S., scrubs dirt off the wall at the Jeypore local hospital in the...
JEYPORE, India
A Volunteer scrubs a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital
Liezl Sparrow, a volunteer from the U.S., scrubs dirt off the wall at the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1RN8C
July 09, 2007
A patient waits for admission at the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June...
JEYPORE, India
A patient waits for admission at the Jeypore local hospital
A patient waits for admission at the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 09, 2007
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian...
JEYPORE, India
A Volunteer scrubs a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital
A volunteer from the U.S. scrubs a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. A group of children, part of a project by Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International, were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
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July 09, 2007
Volunteers from the U.S. scrub a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian...
JEYPORE, India
Volunteers scrub a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital
Volunteers from the U.S. scrub a floor in a ward of the Jeypore local hospital in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 26, 2007. The children are part of a group of Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International and were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
INDIA
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July 09, 2007
A tribal woman holds her baby (L) as a volunteers from the U.S. comes out of a shop during a break of...
JEYPORE, India
A tribal woman holds her baby as U.S. volunteers of Maranatha International come out of a shop in Jeypore...
A tribal woman holds her baby (L) as a volunteers from the U.S. comes out of a shop during a break of work at the local hospital in Jeypore on June 26, 2007.The children are part of a group of Seventh Day Adventists called Maranatha Volunteers International and were on a trip to India where they helped build hospitals and visited a blind school. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. paint in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. paint in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore...
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. paint in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town...
Maranatha International volunteers from U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
A Maranatha International volunteer of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
JEYPORE, India
A Maranatha International volunteer of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
A Maranatha International volunteer of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of 50 volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the U.S. spent two weeks in India doing community work at a hospital and two schools, one of which educates underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian caste system and another for blind children. Picture taken June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of 50 volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the U.S. spent two weeks in India doing community work at a hospital and two schools, one of which educates underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian caste system and another for blind children. Picture taken June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves tribal underprivileged children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. Picture taken June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteer Amber Ellis of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteer Amber Ellis of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital...
Maranatha International volunteer Amber Ellis of the U.S. scrubs the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of fifty volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church spent two weeks in India doing community work in a local hospital and two schools, one that serves tribal underprivileged children of the lowest caste in the Indian hierarchy and another for blind children. Picture taken June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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July 08, 2007
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
JEYPORE, India
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the...
Maranatha International volunteers of the U.S. scrub the floor in a ward of the local hospital in the town of Jeypore in the Indian state of Orissa June 26, 2007. A group of 50 volunteers of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in the U.S. spent two weeks in India doing community work at a hospital and two schools, one of which educates underprivileged tribal children of the lowest caste in the Indian caste system and another for blind children. Picture taken June 26, 2007. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (INDIA)
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