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MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTS1GJNZ 
October 15, 2017 
A foot of the new born Rohingya baby is pictured at a medical center in Kutupalong refugees camp in Cox's... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
A foot of the new born Rohingya baby is pictured at a medical center in Kutupalong refugees camp in Cox's... 
A foot of the new born Rohingya baby is pictured at a medical center in Kutupalong refugees camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, October 15, 2017. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-ELECTION/CLINTON
RTSM6OG 
August 09, 2016 
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks with a pregnant woman during a visit to Borinquen... 
Miami, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks with a pregnant woman during a visit to Borinquen... 
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks with a pregnant woman during a visit to Borinquen Health Care Center in Miami, Florida August 9, 2016. Clinton was on hand to speak about the Zika virus. REUTERS/Chris Keane 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSJHKS 
July 25, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool/Pool 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVY7 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVXF 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual... 
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVX7 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVX4 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry chats with staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVX1 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVW6 
July 14, 2016 
A HIV testing kit is displayed during the visit by Prince Harry to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic... 
London, United Kingdom 
A HIV testing kit is displayed during the visit by Prince Harry to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic... 
A HIV testing kit is displayed during the visit by Prince Harry to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVVL 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London 
Prince Harry meets staff during his visit to the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVVF 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry prepares to have has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer for an... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry prepares to have has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer for an... 
Prince Harry prepares to have has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer for an HIV test at the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVUX 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell... 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVTV 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry is shown the negative result of his HIV test by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry is shown the negative result of his HIV test by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer... 
Prince Harry is shown the negative result of his HIV test by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer at the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVT2 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer as he takes a HIV test at... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer as he takes a HIV test at... 
Prince Harry has his blood taken by Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer as he takes a HIV test at the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVSB 
July 14, 2016 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell... 
London, United Kingdom 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell... 
Prince Harry chats with Specialist Psychotherapist Robert Palmer in a councelling room as visits Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTX2IGIU 
June 27, 2016 
A demonstrator wearing a cowboy hat with a uterus symbol holds a sign outside the U.S. Supreme Court... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Demonstrators hold signs outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington 
A demonstrator wearing a cowboy hat with a uterus symbol holds a sign outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the court is set to rule on a legal challenge by abortion providers to a Texas law requiring doctors performing the procedure to have "admitting privileges" at local hospitals and clinics to meet hospital-grade standards in Washington, U.S. June 27, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTX2IGI0 
June 27, 2016 
A woman wearing a cowboy hat with a uterus symbol demonstrates outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A woman wearing a cowboy hat with a uterus symbol demonstrates outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington... 
A woman wearing a cowboy hat with a uterus symbol demonstrates outside the U.S. Supreme Court as the court is set to rule on a legal challenge by abortion providers to a Texas law requiring doctors performing the procedure to have "admitting privileges" at local hospitals and clinics to meet hospital-grade standards in Washington, U.S. June 27, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
TECH-ROBOT/HEALTH
RTX2GKNG 
June 16, 2016 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients,... 
Ostend, Belgium 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot holds the hand of a new born baby next to his mother at AZ Damiaan hospital... 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients, holds the hand of a new born baby next to his mother at AZ Damiaan hospital in Ostend, Belgium June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir 
TECH-ROBOT/HEALTH
RTX2GKIO 
June 16, 2016 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients,... 
Ostend, Belgium 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot holds the hand of a new born baby next to his mother at AZ Damiaan hospital... 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients, holds the hand of a new born baby next to his mother at AZ Damiaan hospital in Ostend, Belgium June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TECH-ROBOT/HEALTH
RTX2GKG4 
June 16, 2016 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients,... 
Ostend, Belgium 
"Pepper" the robot holds the hand of a new born baby at AZ Damiaan hospital in Ostend, 
New recruit "Pepper" the robot, a humanoid robot designed to welcome and take care of visitors and patients, holds the hand of a new born baby at AZ Damiaan hospital in Ostend, Belgium June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-CRIME/CHILDREN
RTSDY98 
April 07, 2016 
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run... 
A recently rescued child looks out of a window during a break in playing with other children at a state-run rehabilitation centre in Jakarta, Indonesia April 4, 2016. Authorities in the sprawling Indonesian capital are cracking down on the exploitation of children after a raft of cases, from child labour to violence and sexual assault, was uncovered in recent weeks. Picture taken April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2XO 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, holds a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2UC 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2UB 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2T3 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2T1 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2SY 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, examines a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2SW 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, holds a new born at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2SV 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, talks... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, talks to the mother of a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/HUNGARY-DOCTOR
RTSC2ST 
March 24, 2016 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian... 
GYULA, Hungary 
Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, looks... 
Mohamed Abdulrahman Abdulrab, a Yemeni-born Hungarian doctor who was voted "Doctor of the Year" by Hungarian patients, looks at a new born baby at the hospital in Gyula, Hungary, March 23, 2016. Picture taken March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/ZAATARI
RTX293RN 
March 14, 2016 
Moroccan doctors carry a Syrian baby Siwar, who was born by caesarean section in a field hospital in... 
Mafraq, Jordan 
The Wider Image: Born in a refugee camp
Moroccan doctors carry a Syrian baby Siwar, who was born by caesarean section in a field hospital in Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, March 7, 2016. Siwar is the third child of a Syrian family from Daraa who fled to Jordan two years ago. She is their second child to be born in the camp. Since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, 50-80 Syrian children were born in the Zaatari refugee camp each week, according to the official website of UNHCR. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed SEARCH "HAMED BORN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MIDEAST-CRISIS/ZAATARI
RTX293RL 
March 14, 2016 
Moroccan doctors move a Syrian woman after her caesarean section, in a field hospital in Al Zaatari refugee... 
Mafraq, Jordan 
The Wider Image: Born in a refugee camp
Moroccan doctors move a Syrian woman after her caesarean section, in a field hospital in Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, March 7, 2016. Since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, 50-80 Syrian children were born in the Zaatari refugee camp each week, according to the official website of UNHCR. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed SEARCH "HAMED BORN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MIDEAST-CRISIS/ZAATARI
RTX293RK 
March 14, 2016 
Moroccan doctors check Syrian woman after her caesarean section, in a field hospital in Al Zaatari refugee... 
Mafraq, Jordan 
The Wider Image: Born in a refugee camp
Moroccan doctors check Syrian woman after her caesarean section, in a field hospital in Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the border with Syria, March 7, 2016. Since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, 50-80 Syrian children were born in the Zaatari refugee camp each week, according to the official website of UNHCR. REUTERS/ Muhammad Hamed SEARCH "HAMED BORN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TV9 
January 31, 2016 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Elizangela is awaiting the outcome of medical tests for the Zika virus. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TV8 
January 31, 2016 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Juliana thinks that the birth of her daughter will be a personal victory. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TV5 
January 31, 2016 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Joseilda is very concerned about the health of the child after birth. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TV4 
January 31, 2016 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Elizangela Marques, who is six months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Elizangela is awaiting the outcome of medical tests for Zika virus. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TV3 
January 31, 2016 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Juliana Gomes, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Juliana thinks that the birth of her daughter will be a personal victory. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUX 
January 31, 2016 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Iara used insect repellent continuously and watched documentaries on how to prevent dengue. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUW 
January 31, 2016 
Tatiane Luiza, who is eight months pregnant, is examined by doctors at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Tatiane Luiza, who is eight months pregnant, is examined by doctors at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Tatiane Luiza, who is eight months pregnant, is examined by doctors at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUV 
January 31, 2016 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Joseilda Maria, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Joseilda is very concerned about the health of the child after birth. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUU 
January 31, 2016 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Renata doubled the fight against Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in her home. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUR 
January 31, 2016 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUQ 
January 31, 2016 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Renata Oliveira, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Renata doubled the fight against Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in her home. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUP 
January 31, 2016 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Maria de Lourdes, who is nine months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX24TUO 
January 31, 2016 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife,... 
Recife, Brazil 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife 
Iara Maria Sabino, who is eight months pregnant, poses for a picture at the IMIP hospital in Recife, Brazil, January 28, 2016. Worried about being infected by the fast-spreading mosquito-borne Zika virus during her pregnancy, Iara used insect repellent continuously and watched documentaries on how to prevent dengue. Zika infection has been linked to an unprecedented surge in Brazil of cases of newborns with shrunken heads and brain damage. The epidemic of microcephaly has made many Brazilians think twice about getting pregnant. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/DEMOGRAPHICS
RTSIDB 
September 10, 2015 
Nurses take care of newborn babies at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem September... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Nurses take care of newborn babies at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem 
Nurses take care of newborn babies at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem September 10, 2015. While Israel remains predominantly Jewish, Arab numbers within the area of historic Palestine are now close to eclipsing the Jewish population, creating a dilemma for supporters of a "one-state solution" to the region's conflict. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/DEMOGRAPHICS
RTSICQ 
September 10, 2015 
Cribs for newborn babies are seen through an window at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Cribs for newborn babies are seen through an window at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center... 
Cribs for newborn babies are seen through an window at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem September 10, 2015. While Israel remains predominantly Jewish, Arab numbers within the area of historic Palestine are now close to eclipsing the Jewish population, creating a dilemma for supporters of a "one-state solution" to the region's conflict. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/DEMOGRAPHICS
RTSIBV 
September 10, 2015 
A nurse holds a newborn baby at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem September... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A nurse holds a newborn baby at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem 
A nurse holds a newborn baby at a nursery in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem September 10, 2015. While Israel remains predominantly Jewish, Arab numbers within the area of historic Palestine are now close to eclipsing the Jewish population, creating a dilemma for supporters of a "one-state solution" to the region's conflict. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFY 
September 08, 2015 
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture taken August 31, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFW 
September 08, 2015 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFV 
September 08, 2015 
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture taken August 31, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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September 08, 2015 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFN 
September 08, 2015 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center... 
A view of part of the interior of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFK 
September 08, 2015 
A patient registration area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A patient registration area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood... 
A patient registration area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFJ 
September 08, 2015 
The entrance lobby of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The entrance lobby of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island... 
The entrance lobby of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFI 
September 08, 2015 
A planned Parenthood employee walks in hallway past examination rooms inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A planned Parenthood employee walks in hallway past examination rooms inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square... 
A planned Parenthood employee walks in hallway past examination rooms inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFH 
September 08, 2015 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health... 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFG 
September 08, 2015 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health... 
A patient waiting area is seen inside of a new $9 million,14,000-square foot Planned Parenthood health center in Long Island City, in the Queens borough of New York City September 1, 2015. Picture taken September 1, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Mike Segar 
USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/
RTX1RKFE 
September 08, 2015 
A man walks past the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture taken... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A man walks past the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York
A man walks past the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. Picture taken August 31, 2015. To match Insight USA-PLANNEDPARENTHOOD/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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