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SPACE-HUNGARY/LUNAR SNOOPER
RTX9DGBC
February 16, 2021
Miklos Pathy, software engineering head and Tibor Pacher, team leader of Puli Space Technologies test...
Budapest, Hungary
Pathy and Pacher of Puli Space Technologies test moon robot in Budapest
Miklos Pathy, software engineering head and Tibor Pacher, team leader of Puli Space Technologies test the moon robot named 'Puli Rover' in Budapest, Hungary, February 10, 2021. Picture taken February 10, 2021. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
SAP-RESULTS/
RTX8QVVH
January 29, 2021
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured at the headquarters of SAP (Schweiz) AG in Regensdorf,...
Regensdorf, Switzerland
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured in Regensdorf
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured at the headquarters of SAP (Schweiz) AG in Regensdorf, Switzerland January 22, 2021. Picture taken January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SAP-RESULTS/
RTX8QVVG
January 29, 2021
The logo of German software group SAP's Swiss division SAP (Schweiz) AG is pictured in Regensdorf, Switzerland...
Regensdorf, Switzerland
The logo of German software group SAP's Swiss division is pictured in Regensdorf
The logo of German software group SAP's Swiss division SAP (Schweiz) AG is pictured in Regensdorf, Switzerland January 22, 2021. Picture taken January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SAP-RESULTS/
RTX8QVVI
January 29, 2021
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured at the headquarters of SAP (Schweiz) AG in Regensdorf,...
Regensdorf, Switzerland
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured in Regensdorf
The logo of German software group SAP is pictured at the headquarters of SAP (Schweiz) AG in Regensdorf, Switzerland January 22, 2021. Picture taken January 22, 2021. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BOEING-737MAX/AMERICAN AIRLINE
RTX8DK1O
December 02, 2020
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma,...
Tulsa, USA
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
BOEING-737MAX/AMERICAN AIRLINE
RTX8DK1N
December 02, 2020
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma,...
Tulsa, USA
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
BOEING-737MAX/AMERICAN AIRLINE
RTX8DK1M
December 02, 2020
A worker speaks to a man who loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger...
Tulsa, USA
A worker speaks to a man who loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger...
A worker speaks to a man who loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
BOEING-737MAX/AMERICAN AIRLINE
RTX8DK1K
December 02, 2020
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma,...
Tulsa, USA
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
BOEING-737MAX/AMERICAN AIRLINE
RTX8DK1J
December 02, 2020
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma,...
Tulsa, USA
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa
A worker loads new software into the Boeing 737 Max airplane in a maintenance hanger in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S., December 2, 2020. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89EAM
November 14, 2020
A police officer rushes into the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security...
Montreal, Canada
Police enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
A police officer rushes into the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E7M
November 13, 2020
Windows of the gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec,...
Montreal, Canada
Windows of the gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Windows of the gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E70
November 13, 2020
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation...
Montreal, Canada
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E6Z
November 13, 2020
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security...
Montreal, Canada
Police escort workers out of the building at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal...
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E4P
November 13, 2020
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security...
Montreal, Canada
Police escort workers out of the building at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal...
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E2M
November 13, 2020
Police are seen checking a stairwell at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation...
Montreal, Canada
Police check stairwell at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police are seen checking a stairwell at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89E2O
November 13, 2020
People gather to watch outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in...
Montreal, Canada
People gather outside the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
People gather to watch outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
UBISOFT-CANADA/
RTX89E2B
November 13, 2020
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security...
Montreal, Canada
Police escort workers out of the building at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal...
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DYU
November 13, 2020
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security...
Montreal, Canada
Police escort workers out of the building at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal...
Police escort workers out of the building at gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DYJ
November 13, 2020
People gather to watch outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in...
Montreal, Canada
People gather outside the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
People gather to watch outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DYC
November 13, 2020
Police secure a perimeter outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation...
Montreal, Canada
Police secure a perimeter outside the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police secure a perimeter outside gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DXW
November 13, 2020
Police enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal,...
Montreal, Canada
Police enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DWC
November 13, 2020
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation...
Montreal, Canada
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police prepare to enter the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DVU
November 13, 2020
Police check the roof of the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation...
Montreal, Canada
Police check the roof at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal
Police check the roof of the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DBT
November 13, 2020
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal,...
Montreal, Canada
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal...
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89DBS
November 13, 2020
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal,...
Montreal, Canada
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal...
People leave the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft during a police security operation in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
CANADA-POLICE/UBISOFT
RTX89CPJ
November 13, 2020
Police maintain a security cordon after media reports of a hostage incident at the offices of gaming...
Montreal, Canada
Police maintain a security cordon after media reports of a hostage incident at the offices of gaming...
Police maintain a security cordon after media reports of a hostage incident at the offices of gaming software developer Ubisoft in Montreal, Quebec, Canada November 13, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88WVC
November 12, 2020
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display for...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee works at the promotion display for the Sony PlayStation 5 game console and its gaming softwares...
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display for the Sony PlayStation 5 game console and its gaming softwares in Tokyo, Japan, November 10, 2020. Picture taken November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88WV5
November 12, 2020
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the packaging of its gaming software at the consumer electronics...
Tokyo, Japan
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the package of its' gaming software at the consumer electronics...
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the packaging of its gaming software at the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera in Tokyo, Japan, November 10, 2020. Picture taken November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88WV4
November 12, 2020
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the packaging of its gaming software at the consumer electronics...
Tokyo, Japan
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the packaging of its gaming software in Tokyo
The logos of Sony PlayStation 5 are seen on the packaging of its gaming software at the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera in Tokyo, Japan, November 10, 2020. Picture taken November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88JF1
November 10, 2020
The logo of Sony PlayStation 5 is seen on the package of its gaming software at the consumer electronics...
Tokyo, Japan
The logo of Sony PlayStation 5 is seen on the package of its gaming software at the consumer electronics...
The logo of Sony PlayStation 5 is seen on the package of its gaming software at the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera, ahead of the game console's official launch, in Tokyo, Japan November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88JF3
November 10, 2020
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the...
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the Sony PlayStation 5 game console and its gaming software, ahead of the game console's official launch, in Tokyo, Japan November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SONY-PLAYSTATION 5/
RTX88JF2
November 10, 2020
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the...
An employee of the consumer electronics retailer chain Bic Camera works at the promotion display of the Sony PlayStation 5 game console and its gaming software, ahead of the game console's official launch, in Tokyo, Japan November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Issei Kato
USA-ELECTION/WISCONSIN
RTX872KI
November 04, 2020
An ESS (Elections Systems & Software) DS850 high-speed central scanner and vote tabulator is seen at...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
Counting absentee ballots at Milwaukee Central Count
An ESS (Elections Systems & Software) DS850 high-speed central scanner and vote tabulator is seen at Milwaukee Central Count as absentee ballots are counted the night of Election Day in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S., November 3, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
USA-ELECTION/ATLANTA-HAWKS
RTX81R2H
October 12, 2020
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside...
Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside of The Atlanta Hawks' State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry
USA-ELECTION/ATLANTA-HAWKS
RTX81R28
October 12, 2020
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside...
Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside of The Atlanta Hawks' State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry
USA-ELECTION/ATLANTA-HAWKS
RTX81R23
October 12, 2020
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside...
Atlanta, GA, UNITED STATES
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch
Voting machines are vacant during a 45-minute voting delay due to a software glitch from the vendor inside of The Atlanta Hawks' State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., October 12, 2020. REUTERS/Chris Aluka Berry
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JFJ
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit a court room in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JFH
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and his lawyer Ulrike Thole-Groll sit a court room in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD5
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD4
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD2
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JD1
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JCT
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JCH
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JC1
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JBZ
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX80JBY
October 07, 2020
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler and Wolfgang Hatz on trial in Munich
Defendant Rupert Stadler, former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand sits in a court in Munich, Germany, October 7, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VICTIMS
RTX7Z83R
October 01, 2020
Tilak Raj, 38, a software engineer, shows a picture on his phone of his mother Krishna Devi, a housewife,...
New Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Indians share the stories of loved ones they lost to the pandemic
Tilak Raj, 38, a software engineer, shows a picture on his phone of his mother Krishna Devi, a housewife, who died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), for a photograph, in New Delhi, India, September 26, 2020. Raj said when his mother was hospitalised, there was no oxygen in the ambulance. When they arrived at the hospital, the cylinder that was provided was empty in five minutes. "If we had a better health system, my mother would have survived," he said. "My mother died in front of my eyes and I helplessly covered her eyes with a bed-sheet," Raj added. ""Take care of yourself my son" were the last words from my mother and I will never forget those words." REUTERS/Adnan Abidi SEARCH "COVID DEATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7K1
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky attends a rally to reject the Belarusian presidential election...
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, sits near his dog during a Belarusian opposition rally in front of the embassy of Belarus in Kyiv, Ukraine September 13, 2020. Picture taken September 13, 2020. REUTERS/Serhii Nuzhnenko
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JY
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky speaks during an interview in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JX
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky walks with his dog in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, walks with his dog in a park in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JW
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky speaks during an interview in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JV
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky speaks during an interview in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, strokes his dog during an interview with Reuters in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JR
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky works in his apartment in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, works in his apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JQ
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky attends a rally to reject the Belarusian presidential election...
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, holds his cat on a shoulder during a Belarusian opposition rally in front of the embassy of Belarus in Kyiv, Ukraine September 23, 2020. Picture taken September 23, 2020. REUTERS/Serhii Nuzhnenko
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JP
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky speaks during an interview in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
BELARUS-ELECTION/TECH
RTX7Z7JF
October 01, 2020
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against...
KYIV, Ukraine
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky speaks during an interview in Kyiv
Belarusian software engineer Max Korolevsky, who was taken to a detention centre during a protest against the presidential election results in Minsk and then asked his IT company for a transfer to Kyiv, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Kyiv, Ukraine September 25, 2020. Picture taken September 25, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY31
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyers Ulrike Thole-Groll and...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand talks to his lawyers Ulrike Thole-Groll and Thilo Pfordte at the start of his trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY2S
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS
VOLKSWAGEN-EMISSIONS/AUDI
RTX7YY2Q
September 30, 2020
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial...
Munich, Germany
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial...
Rupert Stadler, the former CEO of Volkswagen's Audi brand, and three other former executives go on trial in Munich, Germany, September 30, 2020, after VW admitted in September 2015 to having used illegal engine control software to cheat pollution tests, triggering a global backlash against diesel. Peter Kneffel/Pool via REUTERS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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