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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/LAMORA
RTS2Y1J3
January 12, 2020
The moon is seen behind a soldier in La Mora, Sonora, Mexico January 9, 2020. Picture taken on January...
SONORA, Mexico
The moon is seen behind a soldier in La Mora
The moon is seen behind a soldier in La Mora, Sonora, Mexico January 9, 2020. Picture taken on January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso
USA-DAILYLIFE
RTS2XKR8
January 08, 2020
Surfers wait for their next set of waves after as a sail boat cruises past in the distance in Cardiff,...
Cardiff, UNITED STATES
Surfers wait for their next set of waves after as a sail boat cruises past in the distance in Cardiff,...
Surfers wait for their next set of waves after as a sail boat cruises past in the distance in Cardiff, California, U.S., January 7, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTX6IFEB
December 13, 2018
An HIV positive man strains a mixture of water and shredded leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas,...
Caracas, Venezuela
An HIV-positive man strains a mixture of water and shredded leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas...
An HIV positive man strains a mixture of water and shredded leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas, Venezuela, December 10, 2018. Picture taken December 10, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTX6IFE9
December 13, 2018
An HIV-positive man adds water to a blender with leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas, Venezuela,...
Caracas, Venezuela
An HIV-positive man adds water to a blender with leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas
An HIV-positive man adds water to a blender with leaves of the tropical tree guasimo in Caracas, Venezuela, December 10, 2018. Picture taken December 10, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello
VENEZUELA-HEALTH/
RTX6IFE8
December 13, 2018
Leaves of the tropical tree guasimo are seen in Caracas, Venezuela, December 10, 2018. Picture taken...
Caracas, Venezuela
Leaves of the tropical tree guasimo are seen in Caracas
Leaves of the tropical tree guasimo are seen in Caracas, Venezuela, December 10, 2018. Picture taken December 10, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello
ESTONIA-TOURISM/
RTS1X8SF
August 13, 2018
People gather at a viewpoint looking at St. Olaf's Church in the Old Town of Tallinn, Estonia, August...
Tallinn, Estonia
People gather at a viewpoint looking at St. Olaf's Church in the Old Town of Tallinn
People gather at a viewpoint looking at St. Olaf's Church in the Old Town of Tallinn, Estonia, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
USA-DOGSHOW/
RTX4VRWQ
February 12, 2018
Henry, a Pomeranian breed, is groomed in the benching area on Day One of competition at the Westminster...
New York, UNITED STATES
Henry, a Pomeranian breed, is groomed in the benching area on Day One of competition at the Westminster...
Henry, a Pomeranian breed, is groomed in the benching area on Day One of competition at the Westminster Kennel Club 142nd Annual Dog Show in New York, U.S., February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-FOOD/
RTX32T2Y
March 26, 2017
Sap drips from a maple tree into a collection bucket to make maple syrup at Hollis Hills Farm in Fitchburg,...
FITCHBURG, UNITED STATES
Sap drips from a maple tree into a collection bucket to make maple syrup at Hollis Hills Farm in Fitchburg...
Sap drips from a maple tree into a collection bucket to make maple syrup at Hollis Hills Farm in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZQU
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, addresses foreign reporters in Jerusalem
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, addresses foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZQR
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog (R), who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, arrives to a briefing with foreign reporters...
Isaac Herzog (R), who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, arrives to a briefing with foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZQK
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, pauses during a briefing with foreign reporters...
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, pauses during a briefing with foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZQ3
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, pauses during a briefing with foreign reporters...
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, pauses during a briefing with foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZPR
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, arrives to a briefing with foreign reporters...
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, arrives to a briefing with foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ISRAEL-ELECTIONS/
RTR4QZPG
February 24, 2015
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition, addresses foreign reporters in Jerusalem
Isaac Herzog, who heads the centre-left Zionist Union coalition with former cabinet minister Tzipi Livni, is reflected in a mirror as he addresses foreign reporters in Jerusalem, February 24, 2015. Battling Benjamin Netanyahu's accusations that he is soft on national security, Herzog, the Israeli prime minister's main election rival, said on Tuesday he would boost efforts to focus voters in the March 17 ballot on his own military and strategic credentials. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KRAMATORSK-CASUALTIES
RTR4P16R
February 10, 2015
A teddy bear is seen by a puddle of blood at the site of recent shelling in the residential sector in...
Kramatorsk, Ukraine
A teddy bear is seen by a puddle of blood at the site of recent shelling in the residential sector in...
A teddy bear is seen by a puddle of blood at the site of recent shelling in the residential sector in the town of Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine February 10, 2015. Seven civilians have been killed and 26 wounded in rocket strikes on the town of Kramatorsk on Tuesday, the government-controlled regional administration said in a statement. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
URKAINE-CRISIS/MH17
RTR4EBSN
November 16, 2014
Soft toys are seen near the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane (flight MH17) near the...
Grabovo, Ukraine
Soft toys are seen near the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane (flight MH17) near Grabovo...
Soft toys are seen near the crash site of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane (flight MH17) near the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region November 16, 2014. Local emergency services have begun collecting parts of the wreckage from its crash site in the middle of the conflict zone, Dutch air accident investigators said on Sunday. Dutch inspectors had hoped to collect the parts themselves, following the downing of the flight on July 17 that killed 298 people, two thirds of them Dutch citizens. But they remain concerned about the safety of their staff in the rebel-held conflict zone, and so have decided to work with local services following an initial focus on finding human remains and belongings. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (UKRAINE - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT CIVIL UNREST)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NHAF
May 02, 2014
A yellow ribbon dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship Sewol is seen among...
Ansan, South Korea
A yellow ribbon dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship Sewol is seen among...
A yellow ribbon dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship Sewol is seen among messages written for the victims outside the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NHA9
May 02, 2014
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship...
Ansan, South Korea
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship...
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship Sewol, after paying tribute at the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: DISASTER MARITIME)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NHA8
May 02, 2014
A boy sits next to a board with messages written for victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol, outside...
Ansan, South Korea
A boy sits next to a board with messages written for victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol, outside...
A boy sits next to a board with messages written for victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol, outside the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: DISASTER MARITIME)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NHA2
May 02, 2014
A child is carried by a mourner as they wait in line to pay tribute to victims of sunken passenger ship...
Ansan, South Korea
A child is carried by a mourner as they wait in line to pay tribute to victims of sunken passenger ship...
A child is carried by a mourner as they wait in line to pay tribute to victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol, at the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NHA0
May 02, 2014
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship...
Ansan, South Korea
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship...
A mourner cries next to yellow ribbons dedicated to missing and dead passengers of sunken passenger ship Sewol, after paying tribute at the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NH9S
May 02, 2014
A relative of a victim onboard sunken passenger ship Sewol cries after paying tribute at the official...
Ansan, South Korea
A relative of a victim onboard sunken passenger ship Sewol cries after paying tribute at the official...
A relative of a victim onboard sunken passenger ship Sewol cries after paying tribute at the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER)
KOREA-SHIP
RTR3NH9P
May 02, 2014
A funeral service employee puts up a portrait of victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol at the official...
Ansan, South Korea
A funeral service employee puts up a portrait of victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol at the official...
A funeral service employee puts up a portrait of victims of sunken passenger ship Sewol at the official memorial altar in Ansan May 2, 2014. A culture of cosy personal ties that can blur the lines between businesses and those regulating them, of profit over safety, and soft courts is in focus as South Korea demands answers over the sinking of the ferry with the loss of more than 300 lives, mainly high school students. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: DISASTER MARITIME)
GLAXOSMITHKLINE-RESULTS/
RTXYYBB
April 24, 2013
Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline...
London, United Kingdom
Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London
Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline is to sell soft drink brands Lucozade and Ribena in a move analysts believe will raise over 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) and focus its consumer health business on global products. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
GLAXOSMITHKLINE-RESULTS/
RTXYYBA
April 24, 2013
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline...
London, United Kingdom
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline is to sell soft drink brands Lucozade and Ribena in a move analysts believe will raise over 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) and focus its consumer health business on global products. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
GLAXOSMITHKLINE-RESULTS/
RTXYYB8
April 24, 2013
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline...
London, United Kingdom
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London
Lucozade and Ribena drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline is to sell soft drink brands Lucozade and Ribena in a move analysts believe will raise over 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) and focus its consumer health business on global products. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
GLAXOSMITHKLINE-RESULTS/
RTXYYB7
April 24, 2013
Lucozade drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline...
London, United Kingdom
Lucozade drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London
Lucozade drinks bottles are displayed on a shelf in a shop in London April 24, 2013. GlaxoSmithKline is to sell soft drink brands Lucozade and Ribena in a move analysts believe will raise over 1 billion pounds ($1.5 billion) and focus its consumer health business on global products. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3E3KB
February 21, 2013
The shadow of an United Airlines plane is seen over a Los Angeles neighborhood on February 20, 2013....
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The shadow of an United Airlines plane is seen over a Los Angeles neighborhood
The shadow of an United Airlines plane is seen over a Los Angeles neighborhood on February 20, 2013. The soft focus on the top part of the photo is caused by gases released by the plane engine. Picture taken on February 20. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT)
CHINA-ECONOMY/SLOWDOWN
RTXA0TZ
October 29, 2008
A woman sells fruits under a bridge on a main road in central Beijing October 29, 2008. The government...
Beijing, China
A woman sells fruits in central Beijing
A woman sells fruits under a bridge on a main road in central Beijing October 29, 2008. The government should focus more on restraining inflation than on helping exporters and should allow the yuan to appreciate further with that goal in mind, prominent economist Yu Yongding said in comments published on Wednesday. He added that China is well placed to steer its economy to a soft landing and a slowdown would be a normal part of the country's development cycle. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-ECONOMY/SLOWDOWN
RTXA0TX
October 29, 2008
A construction worker takes off his helmet as he walks past a building site billboard in central Beijing...
Beijing, China
Construction worker walks past building site billboard in central Beijing
A construction worker takes off his helmet as he walks past a building site billboard in central Beijing October 29, 2008. China is well placed to steer its economy to a soft landing and a slowdown would be a normal part of the country's development cycle, prominent economist Yu Yongding said in comments published on Wednesday. The government should focus more on restraining inflation than on helping exporters and should allow the yuan to appreciate further with that goal in mind, Yu wrote in the local media. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
THAILAND-PM/
RTR21Z4Q
September 17, 2008
Somchai Wongsawat (R) holds a flower after greeting government supporters outside Parliament, after he...
Bangkok, Thailand
Somchai holds a flower after greeting government supporters outside Parliament, after he was voted as...
Somchai Wongsawat (R) holds a flower after greeting government supporters outside Parliament, after he was voted as prime minister in Bangkok September 17, 2008. Thailand's parliament elected Somchai, a brother-in-law of ousted leader Thaksin Shinawatra, as prime minister on Wednesday, ensuring continued tension with protesters who accuse the new government of being his puppet. The soft focus is caused by condensation on the camera lens. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND)
DRPEPPERSNAPPLE/
RTR20AKK
May 07, 2008
Snapple bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington, New York May 7, 2008. U.S. soft drink maker...
Port Washington, UNITED STATES
Snapple bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington
Snapple bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington, New York May 7, 2008. U.S. soft drink maker Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc, which just separated from Cadbury Plc, will focus for now on growing U.S. sales of its new and existing brands, its chief executive officer said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
DRPEPPERSNAPPLE/
RTR20AKI
May 07, 2008
Dr Pepper bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington, New York May 7, 2008. U.S. soft drink maker...
Port Washington, UNITED STATES
Dr Pepper bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington
Dr Pepper bottles are seen inside a store in Port Washington, New York May 7, 2008. U.S. soft drink maker Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc, which just separated from Cadbury Plc, will focus for now on growing U.S. sales of its new and existing brands, its chief executive officer said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
MOBILE-FAIR/
RTR1X1QF
February 13, 2008
Yahoo's Executive Vice President Connected Life Division Marco Boerries (L) speaks to SoftBank's Chairman...
Barcelona, Spain
Yahoo's Boerries speaks to SoftBank's Masayoshi Son during a conference at the Mobile World Congress...
Yahoo's Executive Vice President Connected Life Division Marco Boerries (L) speaks to SoftBank's Chairman and Chief Executive Masayoshi Son during a conference at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 13, 2008. The Mobile World Congress brings together top telecom companies, Internet groups, and handset makers in Barcelona this week where the focus is on burgeoning demand for wireless broadband. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
TAIWAN-RAPPER/
RTR1TXZI
September 17, 2007
Chang Jui-chuan rehearses in a studio in Taipei September 11, 2007. Chang Jui-chuan teaches pedagogy...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chang Jui-chuan rehearses in a studio in Taipei
Chang Jui-chuan rehearses in a studio in Taipei September 11, 2007. Chang Jui-chuan teaches pedagogy at two Taiwan universities, but after the bell, the soft-spoken professor composes politically charged rap music which has attracted an international following. His lyrics focus on his outrage toward China's human rights record, the U.S. government's cooperation with foreign "dictators" and Taiwan's own loopy politics. Picture taken September 11, 2007. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
ENVIRONMENT-CONCERT/
RTR1RLGI
July 08, 2007
Madonna performs during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London, July 7, 2007. Former US....
London, United Kingdom
Madonna performs during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London
Madonna performs during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London, July 7, 2007. Former US. vice president Al Gore and his global partners are staging the Live Earth concerts held on seven continents simultaneously to raise awareness of environmental issues. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
ENVIRONMENT-CONCERT/
RTR1RKEI
July 07, 2007
A worker prepares to clean up after the Live Earth concert at Toji temple in Kyoto July 7, 2007. Former...
Kyoto, Japan
Worker prepares to clean up after the Live Earth concert at Toji temple in Kyoto
A worker prepares to clean up after the Live Earth concert at Toji temple in Kyoto July 7, 2007. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and his global partners are staging the Live Earth concerts held on seven continents simultaneously to raise awareness of environmental issues. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
ROMANIA/
RTR1R1UW
June 22, 2007
A man sells fluorescent bracelets to people on their way to the CokeLive music festival in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
A man sells fluorescent bracelets to people on their way to the CokeLive music festival in Bucharest
A man sells fluorescent bracelets to people on their way to the CokeLive music festival in Bucharest late June 22, 2007. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu (ROMANIA)
VENEZUELA-TELEVISION/
RTR1Q2LZ
May 25, 2007
A woman hits a pot while taking part in a demonstration to support Radio Caracas broadcasting station...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman hits a pot while taking part in a demonstration to support Radio Caracas broadcasting station...
A woman hits a pot while taking part in a demonstration to support Radio Caracas broadcasting station (RCTV) in Caracas May 24, 2007. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has had a thorny relationship with media since taking office in 1999. The former soldier and self-described revolutionary has frequently clashed with newspapers and television stations. On Sunday night, his government plans to take opposition-linked television station RCTV off the air. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/ROCKET
RTR1PXYZ
May 21, 2007
Israeli policemen react near the scene of a rocket attack in the southern Israeli town of Sderot May...
Sderot, Israel
Israeli policemen react near the scene of a rocket attack in the southern Israeli town of Sderot
Israeli policemen react near the scene of a rocket attack in the southern Israeli town of Sderot May 21, 2007. A rocket fired by Palestinian militants in Gaza killed a woman in Sderot on Monday, the Israeli emergency services ZAKA said. REUTERS/Yonathan Weitzman (ISRAEL)
IRAQ/
RTR1PPB6
May 15, 2007
Iraqi soldiers (with helmets) receive instructions during a training session by U.S. soldiers in the...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi soldiers receive instructions during a training session by U.S. soldiers in the military base of...
Iraqi soldiers (with helmets) receive instructions during a training session by U.S. soldiers in the military base of Taji May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (IRAQ)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1PBH1
May 04, 2007
A woman covers her face as she burns tyres, in order to recover the scrap metal inside to sell, at a...
Manila, Philippines
A woman covers her face as she burns tyres at a garbage dump during sunrise in Tondo
A woman covers her face as she burns tyres, in order to recover the scrap metal inside to sell, at a garbage dump during sunrise in Tondo, Metro Manila, May 4, 2007.



The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will issue a report in Bangkok on May 4 showing the fight against climate change won't be a big brake on economic growth and that the world has the tools at hand. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, looks at how governments and businesses can cut emissions and says tackling climate change should be viewed as a global economic problem, not just an environmental headache. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES
RTR1PBG0
May 04, 2007
A woman burns tyres to recover the scrap metal inside to sell as the sunrises at a garbage dump in Tondo,...
Manila, Philippines
A woman burns tyres to recover the scrap metal inside to sell as the sunrises at a garbage dump in Tondo,...
A woman burns tyres to recover the scrap metal inside to sell as the sunrises at a garbage dump in Tondo, Metro Manila May 4, 2007.



The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will issue a report in Bangkok on May 4 showing the fight against climate change won't be a big brake on economic growth and that the world has the tools at hand. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, looks at how governments and businesses can cut emissions and says tackling climate change should be viewed as a global economic problem, not just an environmental headache. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES)
CAVALIA/
RTR1P9ME
May 02, 2007
French horse whisperer and trainer Frederic Pignon runs next to his horse during their performance in...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
French horse whisperer Pignon runs next to his horse during their performance in the multimedia horseshow...
French horse whisperer and trainer Frederic Pignon runs next to his horse during their performance in the multimedia horseshow Cavalia in Amsterdam May 2, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS)
NIGERIA/
RTR1OYM9
April 23, 2007
A man is detained by police in the outskirts of Kano, April 23, 2007. Thousands of opposition supporters...
multiple cities, Nigeria
A man is detained by police in the outskirts of Kano
A man is detained by police in the outskirts of Kano, April 23, 2007. Thousands of opposition supporters carrying sticks lit bonfires on the streets of Nigeria's largest northern city of Kano on Monday after the ruling party was announced winner of presidential elections. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA-ELECTION
RTR1OTJQ
April 18, 2007
A woman in traditional dress walks past a wall plastered with election posters for presidential hopeful...
Lagos, Nigeria
A woman in traditional dress walks past a wall plastered with election posters for presidential hopeful...
A woman in traditional dress walks past a wall plastered with election posters for presidential hopeful Atiku Abubakar in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos April 19, 2007. Nigeria holds presidential and senatorial elections on Saturday that are widely seen as a democratic watershed for this country and the whole of Africa. But two days before the vote there are serious doubts over whether it will be seen as a valid, democratic election. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (NIGERIA)
JAPAN/
RTR1OL3I
April 13, 2007
A girl plays on a swing in front of cherry blossoms in full bloom in Kyoto, western Japan, April 13,...
Kyoto, Japan
Girl plays on swing in front of cherry blossoms in full bloom in Kyoto
A girl plays on a swing in front of cherry blossoms in full bloom in Kyoto, western Japan, April 13, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
NEWYORKCITY-SUBWAY/
RTR1OKEN
April 12, 2007
A worker attends a groundbreaking for the Second Avenue subway in New York April 12, 2007. The head of...
New York, UNITED STATES
A worker attends a groundbreaking for the Second Avenue subway in New York
A worker attends a groundbreaking for the Second Avenue subway in New York April 12, 2007. The head of the Federal Transit Administration on Thursday said public-private partnerships should be explored to help finance New York City's $17 billion Second Avenue subway. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
EASTER-POPE/
RTR1ODP1
April 05, 2007
A man walks next to a cross as he arrives to take part in the traditional Via Crucis (Way of the Cross)...
Rome, Italy
A man walks next a cross as he arrives to take part in the traditional Via Crucis (Way of the Cross)...
A man walks next to a cross as he arrives to take part in the traditional Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) led by Pope Benedict XVI at the Colosseum in Rome April 6, 2007. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
IRAN-BRITAIN/EU
RTR1O3VN
March 30, 2007
Zoomed picture shows plastic dices with European colors before a first working session during the EU...
Bremen, Germany
Zoomed picture shows plastic dices with European colors before a first working session during the EU...
Zoomed picture shows plastic dices with European colors before a first working session during the EU Foreign Ministers meeting in Bremen, northern Germany, March 30, 2007. European Union foreign ministers voiced solidarity with Britain on Friday over the week-old detention of 15 British navy personnel captured by Iran but were reluctant to freeze business with Tehran over the row. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
CYCLING/WORLD
RTR1O3SR
March 30, 2007
Travis Smith (L) of Canada falls after crashing against Qi Tang of China during qualification for the...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Smith of Canada falls after crashing against Qi Tang of China during qualification for the men's keirin...
Travis Smith (L) of Canada falls after crashing against Qi Tang of China during qualification for the men's keirin at the track cycling world championships in Palma de Mallorca, in the Spanish island of Mallorca, March 30, 2007. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTR1NSJO
March 23, 2007
U.S. diver Laura Ann Wilkinson dives to win the fourth place in the women's 10-meter platform event at...
Melbourne, Australia
U.S. diver Laura Ann Wilkinson dives to win the fourth place
U.S. diver Laura Ann Wilkinson dives to win the fourth place in the women's 10-meter platform event at the World Aquatic Championships in Melbourne March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (AUSTRALIA)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTR1NNAK
March 19, 2007
Canada's synchronized divers Alexandre Despatie and Arturo Miranda dive into the water to win the 3-metre...
Melbourne, Australia
Canada's synchronized divers Despatie and Miranda dive to win the 3-metre synchro springboard silver...
Canada's synchronized divers Alexandre Despatie and Arturo Miranda dive into the water to win the 3-metre springboard synchro silver medal at the World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne March 19, 2007. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (AUSTRALIA) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE: GM2E88E1JF601
USA/NYSE
RTR1NFL0
March 13, 2007
The main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange is seen near the close in the trading session in...
New York, UNITED STATES
The main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange is seen near the close in the trading session in...
The main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange is seen near the close in the trading session in New York March 13, 2007. U.S. stocks dropped sharply on Tuesday, pushing the Dow down more than 200 points in its second-biggest drop of the year, as mounting losses in the subprime mortgage sector and weak retail sales caused investors to sell riskier assets. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
FRANCE/
RTR1MPOM
February 22, 2007
A child holds a Communist party flag during a political rally of France's Communist Party (PCF) leader...
Marseille, France
A child holds a Communist party flag during a political rally of France's Communist Party leader and...
A child holds a Communist party flag during a political rally of France's Communist Party (PCF) leader and Presidential candidate Marie-Georges Buffet in Marseille, February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
SPAIN/
RTR1MGIM
February 15, 2007
A child dressed as a devil takes part in the "Fat Thursday" carnival celebrations in Burgos, northern...
Burgos, Spain
A child dressed as a devil takes part in the "Fat Thursday" carnival celebrations in Burgos
A child dressed as a devil takes part in the "Fat Thursday" carnival celebrations in Burgos, northern Spain February 15, 2007 REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
GREECE/
RTR1MGBR
February 15, 2007
Students march through central Athens February 15, 2007 to protest government plans to reform higher...
Athens, Greece
Students march through central Athens
Students march through central Athens February 15, 2007 to protest government plans to reform higher education and introduce private universities. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
BANGLADESH/
RTR1MDF0
February 14, 2007
A Bangladeshi boy leads goats to a slaughter house through a rain soaked street in Dhaka February 14,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A Bangladeshi boy leads goats to a slaughter house in Dhaka
A Bangladeshi boy leads goats to a slaughter house through a rain soaked street in Dhaka February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.(BANGLADESH)
NHL/
RTR1M8U2
February 11, 2007
Phoenix Coyotes coach Wayne Gretzky looks up at the scoreboard from behind the bench during second period...
Sunrise, UNITED STATES
Coyotes coach Wayne Gretzky looks up at the scoreboard from behind the bench during second period NHL...
Phoenix Coyotes coach Wayne Gretzky looks up at the scoreboard from behind the bench during second period NHL ice hockey action against the Florida Panthers in Sunrise, Florida February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
OSCARS/
RTR1LUDE
January 31, 2007
Brad Oltmanns (L) and Rick Rosas of PricewaterhouseCoopers wheel final Oscar voting ballots to a waiting...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Oltmanns and Rosas of PricewaterhouseCoopers wheel final Oscar voting ballots at the AMPAS in Beverly...
Brad Oltmanns (L) and Rick Rosas of PricewaterhouseCoopers wheel final Oscar voting ballots to a waiting mail truck, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in Beverly Hills, California, January 31, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello (UNITED STATES)
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