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AUSTRALIA-BUSHFIRES/WOMBATS
RTS2ZDEE
January 22, 2020
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces...
New South Wales, Australia
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces...
Soot stains the hands of John Creighton, the founder of Wombat Care Bundanoon, after he looked for traces of wombats in a burned-out forest after wildfires outside the town of Bundanoon in New South Wales, Australia, January 22, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794ON
November 16, 2019
People wait for the arrival of Saint Nicholas and his assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) and...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
People wait for the arrival of Saint Nicholas and his assistants called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) and "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) as they arrive by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794MW
November 16, 2019
Assistants of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Peter) arrive by boat...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
Assistants of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Peter) arrive by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794MU
November 16, 2019
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen,...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794ME
November 16, 2019
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794M8
November 16, 2019
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
An assistant of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrives by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
NETHERLANDS-BLACK PETE/
RTX794M7
November 16, 2019
Assistants of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrive by boat...
Scheveningen, Netherlands
Traditional parade with Saint Nicholas and "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) in Scheveningen
Assistants of Saint Nicholas called "Zwarte Piet" (Black Pete) or "Roetpiet" (Soot Pete) arrive by boat at the harbour of Scheveningen, Netherlands, November 16, 2019. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw
JAPAN-AINU/
RTS2TA42
October 28, 2019
Ainu tattooist Mai Hachiya makes soot with burning bark as she prepares to draw an Ainu tattoo on her...
Sapporo, Japan
The Wider Image: Japan builds 'Ethnic Harmony' tribute to indigenous Ainu
Ainu tattooist Mai Hachiya makes soot with burning bark as she prepares to draw an Ainu tattoo on her hand at her apartment in Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefecture, northern Japan, July 3, 2019. Some Ainu worry the new museum complex is mostly meant to burnish Japan's international standing ahead of the Olympics. "I think it's possible it could end up becoming a theme park," said Hachiya. "People would come to see the dancing and other performances. It would be like a zoo." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "KYUNG-HOON AINU" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BASKETBALL-NBA-MIL-IND/
RTX6Q55Z
March 08, 2019
Mar 7, 2019; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe (6) soots against Indiana Pacers...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
NBA: Indiana Pacers at Milwaukee Bucks
Mar 7, 2019; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe (6) soots against Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner (33) during the second quarter at Fiserv Forum. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
HOCKEY-NHL-WSH-BUF/
RTX6JMS7
December 23, 2018
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix...
Washington, UNITED STATES
NBA: Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix Suns during the second quarter at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
HOCKEY-NHL-WSH-BUF/
RTX6JMQU
December 23, 2018
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix...
Washington, UNITED STATES
NBA: Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix Suns during the second quarter at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
HOCKEY-NHL-WSH-BUF/
RTX6JMQ0
December 23, 2018
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix...
Washington, UNITED STATES
NBA: Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix Suns during the second quarter at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
HOCKEY-NHL-WSH-BUF/
RTX6JMNX
December 23, 2018
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix...
Washington, UNITED STATES
NBA: Phoenix Suns at Washington Wizards
Dec 22, 2018; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal (3) soots against the Phoenix Suns during the second quarter at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
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SOCCER-ENGLAND-EVE-BOU/
RTX2ZLS4
February 04, 2017
Britain Football Soccer - Everton v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League - Goodison Park - 4/2/17 Everton's...
United Kingdom
Everton's Ademola Lookman soots at goal
Britain Football Soccer - Everton v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League - Goodison Park - 4/2/17 Everton's Ademola Lookman soots at goal Reuters / Andrew Yates Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 45 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
CHICAGO-AIRPLANE/
RTX2QWUJ
October 28, 2016
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.October 28, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young
CHICAGO-AIRPLANE/
RTX2QWUI
October 28, 2016
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago
Soot covers the fuselage of an American Airlines jet at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.October 28, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-WILDFIRE/
RTX2FF63
June 02, 2016
Al Hansen, a Fort McMurray resident and firefighter, begins to wash the soot off his driveway with a...
FORT MCMURRAY, Canada
Al Hansen, a Fort McMurray resident and firefighter, begins to wash the soot off his driveway with a...
Al Hansen, a Fort McMurray resident and firefighter, begins to wash the soot off his driveway with a hose as thousands of evacuees who fled a massive wildfire begin to trickle back to their homes in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Topher Seguin
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFG
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain,...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
A reveller, dressed as a "Mascaritas", attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFF
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations...
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through streets during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFE
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devil), poses during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon", poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon...
A reveller, dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devil), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFD
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFC
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walk through streets during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFB
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), and others dressed as "Mascaritas" pose during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TFA
February 07, 2016
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
A reveller dressed as a "Mascaritas" attends carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF9
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), attend carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF7
February 07, 2016
A reveller (R), dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with a person dressed in a costume...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with other dressed in a costume during...
A reveller (R), dressed as a "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with a person dressed in a costume during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF6
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TF5
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), poses during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TET
February 07, 2016
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas"...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas"...
A reveller (R), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to a person dressed as a "Mascaritas" during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TER
February 07, 2016
A reveller (C), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with people dressed as characters...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with others dressed in Avatar costumes...
A reveller (C), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), talks with people dressed as characters from the movie "Avatar" during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TEP
February 07, 2016
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village...
Revellers, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTX25TEO
February 07, 2016
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 6, 2016. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black-stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waists to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome, the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers' faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". These are characters dressed in traditional women's clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music, the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. Picture taken February 6, 2016. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
TAIWAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX225VO
January 13, 2016
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan, January 13,...
CHANGHUA, Taiwan
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan, January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
TAIWAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX225VJ
January 13, 2016
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan, January 13,...
CHANGHUA, Taiwan
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan
Workmen clean soot from a Japanese-made steam train at a train depot in Changhua, Taiwan, January 13, 2016. REUTERS/Olivia Harris
INDIA-TATTOOS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX2205Z
January 12, 2016
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Tattoos, faith and caste in India
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire body, sweeps outside her house at the village Gorba, in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 16, 2015. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, low-caste Hindus in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion. Ramnamis wrote the Hindu god Ram's name on their bodies as a message to higher-caste Indians that god was everywhere, regardless of a person's caste or social standing. While discrimination on class grounds has lessened and most young Ramnamis today avoid full-body tattoos, elderly devotees are still proud of the indelible message their bodies have carried for decades. Bai spent more than two weeks aged 18 having her body tattooed using dye made from mixing soot from a kerosene lamp with water. "God is for everybody, not just for one community," said Bai, who lives in a one-room house with her son, daughter-in law and two grandchildren. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 30 OF 31 - SEARCH "RAMNAMI" FOR ALL IMAGES
INDIA-TATTOOS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX2205Y
January 12, 2016
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Tattoos, faith and caste in India
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire body, carries vegetables to cook inside her house in the village of Gorba, in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 16, 2015. Bai spent more than two weeks aged 18 having her body tattooed using dye made from mixing soot from a kerosene lamp with water. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, low-caste Hindus in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion. Ramnamis wrote the Hindu god Ram's name on their bodies as a message to higher-caste Indians that god was everywhere, regardless of a person's caste or social standing. While discrimination on class grounds has lessened and most young Ramnamis today avoid full-body tattoos, elderly devotees are still proud of the indelible message their bodies have carried for decades. "God is for everybody, not just for one community," said Bai, who lives in a one-room house with her son, daughter-in law and two grandchildren. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 19 OF 31 - SEARCH "RAMNAMI" FOR ALL IMAGES
INDIA-TATTOOS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX2205X
January 12, 2016
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Tattoos, faith and caste in India
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire body, poses for a picture outside her house in the village of Gorba, in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 15, 2015. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, low-caste Hindus in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion. Ramnamis wrote the Hindu god Ram's name on their bodies as a message to higher-caste Indians that god was everywhere, regardless of a person's caste or social standing. While discrimination on class grounds has lessened and most young Ramnamis today avoid full-body tattoos, elderly devotees are still proud of the indelible message their bodies have carried for decades. Bai spent more than two weeks aged 18 having her full body tattooed using dye made from mixing soot from a kerosene lamp with water. "God is for everybody, not just for one community," said Bai, who lives in a one-room house with her son, daughter-in law and two grandchildren. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 22 OF 31 - SEARCH "RAMNAMI" FOR ALL IMAGES
INDIA-TATTOOS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX2205U
January 12, 2016
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Tattoos, faith and caste in India
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her entire body, poses for a picture outside her house in the village of Gorba, in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 15, 2015. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, low-caste Hindus in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion. Ramnamis wrote the Hindu god Ram's name on their bodies as a message to higher-caste Indians that god was everywhere, regardless of a person's caste or social standing. While discrimination on class grounds has lessened and most young Ramnamis today avoid full-body tattoos, elderly devotees are still proud of the indelible message their bodies have carried for decades. Bai spent more than two weeks aged 18 having her full body tattooed using dye made from mixing soot from a kerosene lamp with water. "God is for everybody, not just for one community," said Bai, who lives in a one-room house with her son, daughter-in law and two grandchildren. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 10 OF 31 - SEARCH "RAMNAMI" FOR ALL IMAGES
INDIA-TATTOOS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX2205R
January 12, 2016
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her full...
GORBA, India
The Wider Image: Tattoos, faith and caste in India
Punai Bai, 75, a follower of Ramnami Samaj, who has tattooed the name of the Hindu god Ram on her full body, poses for a picture outside her house in the village of Gorba, in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh, India, November 15, 2015. Denied entry to temples and forced to use separate wells, low-caste Hindus in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh first tattooed their bodies and faces more than 100 years ago as an act of defiance and devotion. Ramnamis wrote the Hindu god Ram's name on their bodies as a message to higher-caste Indians that god was everywhere, regardless of a person's caste or social standing. While discrimination on class grounds has lessened and most young Ramnamis today avoid full-body tattoos, elderly devotees are still proud of the indelible message their bodies have carried for decades. Bai spent more than two weeks aged 18 having her full body tattooed using dye made from mixing soot from a kerosene lamp with water. "God is for everybody, not just for one community," said Bai, who lives in a one-room house with her son, daughter-in law and two grandchildren. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi PICTURE 11 OF 31 - SEARCH "RAMNAMI" FOR ALL IMAGES
CANADA-STAMPEDE/
RTX1K18K
July 11, 2015
Jake Vold of Ponoka, Alberta, rides the horse Waskasoo Soot in the Bareback event during the Calgary...
Calgary, Canada
Vold rides the horse Waskasoo Soot in the Bareback event during the Calgary Stampede rodeo
Jake Vold of Ponoka, Alberta, rides the horse Waskasoo Soot in the Bareback event during the Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary, Alberta, July 11, 2015. REUTERS/Todd Korol TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1BT8N
May 06, 2015
A protester with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations in Burundi's capital...
Bujumbura, Burundi
Protester with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations in Burundi's capital Bujumbura...
A protester with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations in Burundi's capital Bujumbura, May 6, 2015. Nearly 40,000 refugees have fled Burundi to neighbouring Rwanda, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the last month, amid protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term, the United Nations said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jean Pierre Aime Harerimana
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1B0GC
April 30, 2015
A protester, with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations against the ruling...
Bujumbura, Burundi
A protester, with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations against the ruling...
A protester, with his face marked with black soot, participates in demonstrations against the ruling CNDD-FDD party's decision to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in Bujumbura, Burundi April 30, 2015. Tom Malinowski, U.S. assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labour, told Nkurunziza on Thursday that the east African country risks boiling over if it stifles political opposition, as protests against the president entered a fifth day. The Burundi Red Cross said 15 protesters were injured after clashing with the police on Thursday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
BURUNDI-POLITICS/
RTX1AOUX
April 28, 2015
A protester marks his face with black soot during clashes with riot-policemen against the ruling CNDD-FDD...
Bujumbura, Burundi
Protester marks face with black soot during clashes with riot-policemen against ruling CNDD-FDD party's...
A protester marks his face with black soot during clashes with riot-policemen against the ruling CNDD-FDD party's decision to allow President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term in office, in Bujumbura, Burundi April 28, 2015. Burundi's government told diplomats on Tuesday to stay neutral and not side with protesters who accuse President Nkurunziza of violating the constitution by announcing he will seek a third term in office. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
INDIA-COAL
RTR4XIGO
April 15, 2015
Workers unload coal from a supply truck at a yard on the outskirts of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad...
Ahmedabad, India
Workers unload coal from supply truck at yard on outskirts of western Indian city of Ahmedabad
Workers unload coal from a supply truck at a yard on the outskirts of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad April 15, 2015. Fewer power cuts are likely in India this summer after a surge in output at Coal India helped generators amass record stocks, a turnaround for Narendra Modi who had to battle a power crisis within months of becoming prime minister last May. Fast-track mine approvals, tighter production oversight and more flexibility in coal sales have helped power station stocks recover from a six-year low hit in October, vindicating Modi's pitch to voters as the state leader who brought round-the-clock power to industrial Gujarat. REUTERS/Amit Dave
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLPZ
February 14, 2015
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil)...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil)...
A reveller covers her face in soot and oil as he prepares to become a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLP7
February 14, 2015
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
Revellers, dressed as "Mascaritas", stand during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLOQ
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLOL
February 14, 2015
A reveller (L), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed as a...
A reveller (L), dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), stands next to other revellers dressed as a nun and a priest (C) during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLO8
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival celebrations February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLO3
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village of Luzon during carnival celebrations February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLMY
February 14, 2015
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations...
A reveller, dressed as "Diablos de Luzon" (Luzon Devils), walks through the village during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLMF
February 14, 2015
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (L) (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas"...
LUZON, Spain
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas" during...
A reveller dressed as a "Diablo de Luzon" (L) (Luzon Devil) sits next to others dressed as Mascaritas" during carnival celebrations in Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTR4PLLW
February 14, 2015
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
LUZON, Spain
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations...
A woman reacts upon seeing a "Diablo de Luzon" (Luzon Devil) outside her window during carnival celebrations in Luzon February 14, 2015. The "Diablos" cover themselves in a mixture of soot and oil and adorn their heads with black stained bull horns as they parade throughout the village with cowbells clanging around their waist to expel the evil spirits. To make their appearance even more fearsome the devils often carry fake teeth made out of raw potatoes. They dance around Luzon and smear their black grease on revellers faces. The only people free from the attack of the "Diablos" are those who dress up as "Mascaritas". They are characters dressed in traditional women clothing with their faces covered with a white cloth. To the beat of traditional music the "Diablos" and the "Mascaritas" parade throughout the village in the afternoon in this carnival tradition that is thought to have pre-Christian origins. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
REUTERS-PICTURES30/
RTR4PFBO
February 13, 2015
A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital...
Lagos, Nigeria
File photo of a man rinsing soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's...
A man rinses soot from his face at the scene of a gas pipeline explosion near Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos in this December 26, 2006 file photo. Up to 500 people were burned alive when fuel from a vandalised pipeline exploded in Nigeria's largest city. Hundreds of residents of the Abule Egba district went to scoop fuel using plastic containers after thieves punctured the underground pipeline overnight to siphon fuel into a road tanker, locals said. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye/Files (NIGERIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES DISASTER POLITICS ENERGY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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GERMANY-CRIME/
RTR4HR78
December 12, 2014
A doorway of a house is covered in soot from a fire, following an arson attack, in the municipality of...
VORRA, Germany
A doorway of a house is covered in soot from a fire following an arson attack in Vorra near Nueremberg...
A doorway of a house is covered in soot from a fire, following an arson attack, in the municipality of Vorra near the northern Bavarian city of Nueremberg December 12, 2014. Three houses which were planned to be used for asylum seekers from early 2015 onwards, were set on fire and scrawled with Nazi symbols last night. The graffiti reads "No asylum seekers in Vorra". REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA-MISSOURI/SHOOTING-FIRE
RTR4FJTH
November 25, 2014
Volunteers and workers clear soot from the site where a police vehicle was set ablaze in Ferguson, Missouri...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Volunteers and workers clear soot from the site where a police vehicle was set ablaze in Ferguson
Volunteers and workers clear soot from the site where a police vehicle was set ablaze in Ferguson, Missouri November 25, 2014. The St. Louis area braced for another day of protests on Tuesday after a grand jury cleared a white police officer in the fatal August shooting of an unarmed black teenager, sparking a night of violent and racially charged rioting. About a dozen buildings in suburban Ferguson, Missouri, burned overnight and police fired tear gas and flash-bang canisters at protesters, said St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar. Sixty-one people were arrested, police said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4D7NX
November 07, 2014
A labourer takes a break at a coal dump site outside Mazar-i-Sharif, November 6, 2014. Picture taken...
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan
A labourer takes a break at a coal dump site outside Mazar-i-Sharif
A labourer takes a break at a coal dump site outside Mazar-i-Sharif, November 6, 2014. Picture taken on November 6, 2014. REUTERS/Anil Usyan (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT COMMODITIES HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOSNIA-MINE/ACCIDENT
RTR453HN
September 05, 2014
Trapped coal miners leave after they were rescued at the Raspotocje coal mine in Zenica September 5,...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Trapped coal miners leave after they were rescued at the Raspotocje coal mine in Zenica
Trapped coal miners leave after they were rescued at the Raspotocje coal mine in Zenica September 5, 2014. Five Bosnian miners were confirmed dead on Friday, a day after an earthquake triggered a collapse at the mine, as emergency teams helped 29 others to the surface. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTR3PN2T
May 17, 2014
Soot surrounds a fire chimney in a home being auctioned during a home tour in the Boston Edison neighborhood...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Soot surrounds a fire chimney in a home being auctioned during a home tour in the Boston Edison neighborhood...
Soot surrounds a fire chimney in a home being auctioned during a home tour in the Boston Edison neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan May 17, 2014. The city of Detroit and the Detroit Land Bank are auctioning off homes throughout the city to try and aid communities with abandoned homes. One home will be auctioned off per day with an opening bid of $1,000. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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