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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTX7G97S
April 28, 2020
The skyline with its banking district is photographed with slow shutter speed while the camera was moved...
Frankfurt, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Frankfurt
The skyline with its banking district is photographed with slow shutter speed while the camera was moved during sunset, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Frankfurt, Germany, April 28, 2020. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
FRANCE-RADARS/
RTX77CL5
November 04, 2019
A damaged traffic speed camera is seen in Nice, France, November 4, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
Nice, France
A damaged traffic speed camera is seen in Nice
A damaged traffic speed camera is seen in Nice, France, November 4, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
GERMANY-GREYHOUND/
RTX6YL9U
June 09, 2019
Dogs compete during an annual international dog race in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, June 9, 2019. REUTERS/Thilo...
Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Dogs compete during an annual international dog race in Gelsenkirchen
Dogs compete during an annual international dog race in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, June 9, 2019. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen
GERMANY-EURO/
RTS2H0R8
April 09, 2019
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt,...
Frankfurt, Germany
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt...
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, April 9, 2019. Picture is taken on slow shutter speed while the camera was moved. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-EURO/
RTS2H0R4
April 09, 2019
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt,...
Frankfurt, Germany
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt...
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former head quarter of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, April 9, 2019. Picture is taken on slow shutter speed while the camera was moved. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
FRANCE-PROTESTS/RADARS
RTS2A7QL
January 11, 2019
A traffic speed camera is covered with white painting to block its operation in Nice, France, January...
Nice, France
A traffic speed camera is covered with white painting to block its operation in Nice
A traffic speed camera is covered with white painting to block its operation in Nice, France, January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
FRANCE-PROTESTS/RADARS
RTS2A6SZ
January 11, 2019
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
Paris, France
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after it was previously vandalised to block its operation in Paris, France, January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-PROTESTS/RADARS
RTS2A6SY
January 11, 2019
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
Paris, France
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after it was previously vandalised to block its operation in Paris, France, January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-PROTESTS/RADARS
RTS2A6SX
January 11, 2019
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
Paris, France
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after...
A traffic speed camera is covered by a plastic bag and a tape reading "under technical maintenance" after it was previously vandalised to block its operation in Paris, France, January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
GERMANY-EURO/
RTX6ICQ5
December 12, 2018
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt,...
Frankfurt, Germany
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt...
The euro sign is photographed in front of the former headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, December 12, 2018. Picture is taken on slow shutter speed while the camera was moved horizontal. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB0K
December 11, 2017
A man kneels with a folded U.S. flag as the motorcade of U.S. President Donald Trump passes him after...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
A man kneels with a folded U.S. flag as the motorcade of U.S. President Donald Trump passes him after an event at the state fairgrounds in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., September 27, 2017. Jonathan Ernst: "Shooting through the window of a van in the U.S. president's motorcade is never an ideal way to make pictures - but sometimes it's the only way. Even then, if you spot something, it might be distorted by the glass in the front windshield, or a little bit fuzzy from the speed. In September, soon after President Donald Trump had made comments condemning NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, he made a day trip to a rally in Indianapolis. As we drove there from the airport, I wondered if I might see someone kneeling along the way. As the motorcade sped along there were sporadic groups of people, many with supportive signs or American flags. All of a sudden on my side of the van I saw a man on one knee with a tri-folded flag about to whoosh by. I was able to shoot a few frames without even time to bring the camera all the way to my eye. Did I get it? No. Out of focus. Unusable. But I was pretty sure neither of my competitors that day had spotted him at all. It's not often that you get a second chance to make a picture, but on our way back to the airport I was ready just in case he was there again. Sure enough, as I kept watch on the left-side sidewalk, there he was. I fired a burst of pictures and filed a pair of them. In one of the earlier photographs I had caught a portion of the sign on the building he was kneeling in front of. Using that information, a reporter was able to track the man down and tell his story in full. U.S. Army veteran Marvin Boatright wanted to send a message against social injustice, and he did. I was happy he gave the motorcade a second look on the way out of town - so that I could be a messenger." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES.
NEW YORK-CRASH/
RTX36GW6
May 18, 2017
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures near a blocked off area after a speeding vehicle struck pedestrians...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures in Times Square in New York
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures near a blocked off area after a speeding vehicle struck pedestrians in Times Square in New York City, U.S., May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid
NEW YORK-CRASH/
RTX36GTB
May 18, 2017
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures near a blocked off area after a speeding vehicle struck pedestrians...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures in Times Square in New York
Pedestrians take cell phone camera pictures near a blocked off area after a speeding vehicle struck pedestrians in Times Square in New York City, U.S., May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid
OLYMPICS-RIO/HISTORY
RTSKKHG
August 01, 2016
Micronesia's Manuel Minginfel drops weights on the men's 62kg Group B weightlifting competition at the...
London, United Kingdom
2016 Rio Olympics: Shooting Olympic history
Micronesia's Manuel Minginfel drops weights on the men's 62kg Group B weightlifting competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games in Britain July 30, 2012. Dominic Ebenbichler: "I shot the picture with a robot remote camera which was fixed on the roof and that I triggered from the ground. The difficult part is to set it up prior to each weight lifting event. You have to preset the focus and shutter speed and as the athletes are not all the same size, a little bit of luck is involved as to whether the picture will be sharp. In this case everything came together perfectly: Minginfel dropped his weights and gestured upwards, we had set the focus on just the right position and what a result!" REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler SEARCH "OLYMPIC HISTORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CHINA-EDUCATION
RTX2EWUJ
May 31, 2016
A security guard checks speed of electric bicycles at Fudan University in Shanghai, China May 31, 2016....
Shanghai, China
A security guard checks speed of electric bicycles at Fudan University in Shanghai
A security guard checks speed of electric bicycles at Fudan University in Shanghai, China May 31, 2016. REUTERS/Aly Song TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-HOLYYEAR/
RTX1X5ST
December 04, 2015
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome...
Rome, Italy
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome
A worker installs surveillance camera in front of the Vatican in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2015. Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help. During the 12-month Jubilee, Catholics coming to the Eternal City can gain indulgences, which, they believe, might speed their passage to heaven. REUTERS/Max Rossi
CHINA-ECONOMY/INVESTMENT
RTX1VPO4
November 25, 2015
China's Premier Li Keqiang (C) sits with Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (facing camera on L)...
Shanghai, China
China's Premier Li sits with Serbia's PM Vucic and Latvia's PM Straujuma on a CRH Harmony bullet train...
China's Premier Li Keqiang (C) sits with Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (facing camera on L) and Latvia's Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (R) on a CRH (China Railway High-speed) Harmony bullet train to Shanghai from Suzhou Railway Station after the 4th Meeting of Heads of Government of China and Central and Eastern European Countries, near Shanghai, China, November 25, 2015. REUTERS/Aly Song
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/EUROTUNNEL
RTS5ADZ
October 20, 2015
A security camera surveys activity at the the Channel tunnel as a high-speed Eurostar train exits in...
Coquelles, France
A security camera surveys activity at the Channel tunnel as a high-speed Eurostar train exits in Coquelles,...
A security camera surveys activity at the the Channel tunnel as a high-speed Eurostar train exits in Coquelles, near Calais, northern France, October 20, 2015. A tightening of security at the sea port in Calais has prompted increased attempts to access the Channel Tunnel, leading to the deaths of several migrants. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
Transport
Transport
Amtrak Derailment - 15 May 2015
40 PICTURES
USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS
RTR4QIT5
February 21, 2015
Cars approach an intersection where a red light camera is placed in Chicago, Illinois, February 9, 2015....
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Cars approach an intersection where a red light camera is placed in Chicago
Cars approach an intersection where a red light camera is placed in Chicago, Illinois, February 9, 2015. It is one of the most dreaded pieces of mail in Chicago - the $100 ticket that comes after being caught by one of the city's red light or speed cameras. Chicago is hardly the only U.S. city to install such cameras. But the cost of the tickets, and whether the scandal-plagued program makes the city's streets safer, has become a hot topic for Chicago's Feb. 24 mayoral election. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who supports the nation's largest automated camera system, is polling slightly under the 50 percent plus one vote he needs to avoid a run-off against the second-highest vote-getter. Three of the four challengers seeking to topple Emanuel say the cameras should go. Picture taken February 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT ELECTIONS)
USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS
RTR4QIT0
February 21, 2015
Lights from buildings and passing cars are seen by a sign announcing a red light camera in downtown Chicago,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Lights from buildings and passing cars are seen by a sign announcing a red light camera in downtown Chicago...
Lights from buildings and passing cars are seen by a sign announcing a red light camera in downtown Chicago, Illinois, February 9, 2015. It is one of the most dreaded pieces of mail in Chicago - the $100 ticket that comes after being caught by one of the city's red light or speed cameras. Chicago is hardly the only U.S. city to install such cameras. But the cost of the tickets, and whether the scandal-plagued program makes the city's streets safer, has become a hot topic for Chicago's Feb. 24 mayoral election. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who supports the nation's largest automated camera system, is polling slightly under the 50 percent plus one vote he needs to avoid a run-off against the second-highest vote-getter. Three of the four challengers seeking to topple Emanuel say the cameras should go. Picture taken with long camera exposure and on February 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT ELECTIONS)
USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS
RTR4QIS9
February 21, 2015
Cars cause streaks of lights as they drive past a red light camera in downtown Chicago, Illinois, February...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Cars cause streaks of lights as they drive past a red light camera in downtown Chicago
Cars cause streaks of lights as they drive past a red light camera in downtown Chicago, Illinois, February 9, 2015. It is one of the most dreaded pieces of mail in Chicago - the $100 ticket that comes after being caught by one of the city's red light or speed cameras. Chicago is hardly the only U.S. city to install such cameras. But the cost of the tickets, and whether the scandal-plagued program makes the city's streets safer, has become a hot topic for Chicago's Feb. 24 mayoral election. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who supports the nation's largest automated camera system, is polling slightly under the 50 percent plus one vote he needs to avoid a run-off against the second-highest vote-getter. Three of the four challengers seeking to topple Emanuel say the cameras should go. Picture taken with long exposure and on February 9, 2015. To match Feature USA-POLITICS/CHICAGO-CAMERAS REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TRANSPORT ELECTIONS)
PHOTOGRAPHERS-STORY/POY2014
RTR4FP2Z
November 26, 2014
Four out of five Olympic rings are seen lit up during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics,...
Sochi, Russia
RNPS - PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY
Four out of five Olympic rings are seen lit up during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, in this February 7, 2014 file photo.

This image is a great example of the cliche 'always expect the unexpected'.

Two days before, at the Olympic opening ceremony rehearsal, I had seen that the Olympic rings were supposed to open from a small, flower-shaped ball and then explode in flash of extreme brightness. The massive changes in light required a quick estimation as to how to adjust the exposure, so every photographer was anxious, knowing what was supposed to come next.

I had just reduced my ISO and increased my shutter speed when I noticed the top-right ring was not forming like the others. So I took a few photographs, still anticipating the next stage. But no. Nothing. The incomplete Olympic symbol just hung there before disappearing completely.

Did I manage to correctly adjust the camera settings for the unpredicted dull Olympic ring? Thankfully, you see the answer before you. Needless to say, it was the talking point of the opening ceremony, and became one of the most memorable images of the Sochi Olympic Games. - David Gray

REUTERS/David Gray (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

ATTENTION EDITORS: THIS PICTURE IS PART OF THE PACKAGE 'PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2014 - THE PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY'. SEARCH 'PHOTOGRAPHERS' STORY' FOR ALL IMAGES'
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3SX4Y
June 09, 2014
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) ahead of the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology in Rio de Janeiro...
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) ahead of the 2014 World Cup at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro June 9, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3SX4V
June 09, 2014
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) ahead of the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology in Rio de Janeiro...
A high-speed camera is pictured during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) ahead of the 2014 World Cup at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro June 9, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
World Cup 2014
World Cup 2014
Goal-Line Technology - 16 Jun 2014
7 PICTURES
GERMANY/
RTR3R8AQ
May 28, 2014
A GoalControl watch reads "goal" as a football rolls fully behind the goal line during a demonstration...
Aachen, Germany
A GoalControl watch reads "goal" as a football rolls behind goal line during a demonstration of GLT in...
A GoalControl watch reads "goal" as a football rolls fully behind the goal line during a demonstration in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology (GLT) at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3R8A0
May 28, 2014
A GoalControl watch is displayed during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) in the western...
Aachen, Germany
A GoalControl watch is displayed during a demonstration of the goal-line technology in Aachen
A GoalControl watch is displayed during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3R89W
May 28, 2014
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during...
Aachen, Germany
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology GLT high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium in Aachen...
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during a demonstration of the GLT in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3R89J
May 28, 2014
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during...
Aachen, Germany
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology GLT high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium in Aachen...
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during a demonstration of the GLT in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3R895
May 28, 2014
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during...
Aachen, Germany
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium in Aachen...
General view of a GoalControl goal line technology (GLT) high-speed camera at the Tivoli stadium during a demonstration of the GLT in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY/
RTR3R884
May 28, 2014
A GoalControl watch is displayed next to a control screen during a demonstration of the goal-line technology...
Aachen, Germany
A GoalControl watch is displayed next to a control screen during a demonstration of the goal-line technology...
A GoalControl watch is displayed next to a control screen during a demonstration of the goal-line technology (GLT) in the western German city of Aachen May 28, 2014. German firm GoalControl has been appointed by FIFA as the official provider for the goal-line technology at the upcoming 2014 soccer World Cup in Brazil. GoalControl uses 14 high-speed cameras around the pitch as part of its GoalControl-4D system, which are fixed in elevated positions around each goalmouth. The ball's position is continuously captured in three dimensions - X, Y and Z coordinates. All the cameras are linked to a computer processing system, which filters out players, the referee and any other objects. Only the ball remains, with its position precise to a few millimetres in the coordinate system of the pitch, according to the GoalControl website. The watch will be worn by referees and will display the word "goal" together with a vibration alert within one second, if the ball has fully crossed the goal line. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
OLYMPICS-SPEEDSKATING/
RTX18JE0
February 10, 2014
A televison camera follows the action as Gilmore Junio of Canada (BOTTOM) and Lee Kyou-hyuk of South...
Sochi, Russia
A televison camera follows the action as Gilmore Junio of Canada and Lee Kyou-hyuk of South Korea prepare...
A televison camera follows the action as Gilmore Junio of Canada (BOTTOM) and Lee Kyou-hyuk of South Korea prepare to start in race two of the men's 500 meters speed skating event during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, February 10, 2014. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT SPEED SKATING)
OLYMPICS-SPEEDSKATING/
RTX18J6B
February 10, 2014
Michel Mulder of the Netherlands (top) and Japan's Keiichiro Nagashima skate during the men's 500 metres...
Sochi, Russia
Michel Mulder of the Netherlands and Japan's Keiichiro Nagashima skate during the men's 500 metres speed...
Michel Mulder of the Netherlands (top) and Japan's Keiichiro Nagashima skate during the men's 500 metres speed skating race at the Adler Arena during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics February 10, 2014. Picture taken with in camera multiple exposure mode. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT SPEED SKATING)
OLYMPICS-SPEEDSKATING/
RTX18J2L
February 10, 2014
Canada's Jamie Gregg (top) and Finland's Pekka Koskela skate during the men's 500 metres speed skating...
Sochi, Russia
Canada's Jamie Gregg and Finland's Pekka Koskela skate during the men's 500 metres speed skating race...
Canada's Jamie Gregg (top) and Finland's Pekka Koskela skate during the men's 500 metres speed skating race at the Adler Arena during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics February 10, 2014. Picture taken with in camera multiple exposure mode. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (RUSSIA - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT SPEED SKATING)
USA-GOOGLEGLASS/TRIAL
RTX17GY1
January 16, 2014
Defendant Cecilia Abadie is surrounded by news cameras as she arrives at a traffic court in San Diego...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Defendant Cecilia Abadie is surrounded by news cameras as she arrives at a traffic court in San Diego...
Defendant Cecilia Abadie is surrounded by news cameras as she arrives at a traffic court in San Diego January 16, 2014. Abadie, ticketed for driving while wearing Google Glass, a tiny computer mounted on an eyeglass frame, appeared in the Southern California traffic court on Thursday, in a case that raises new questions about distracted driving. Technology entrepreneur Abadie, one of thousands of people testing the device for Google Inc, was stopped for speeding in October by the California Highway Patrol on Interstate 15 in San Diego. The officer then gave her a second citation for using a "monitor" in her car while driving, according to the Highway Patrol. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN/
RTX147J1
October 11, 2013
A sign is seen next to a speed camera along the A5085 near Ribbleton, northern England August 21, 2013....
Ribbleton, United Kingdom
A sign is seen next to a speed camera along the A5085 near Ribbleton, northern England
A sign is seen next to a speed camera along the A5085 near Ribbleton, northern England August 21, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTX144NF
October 09, 2013
Soldiers stand behind of a camera by Unmanned Aerial System 'Hunter' during an official presentation...
Vilseck, Germany
Unmanned Aerial System 'Hunter is seen during presentation of UAS at US military base in Vilseck-Grafenwoehr...
Soldiers stand behind of a camera by Unmanned Aerial System 'Hunter' during an official presentation by the German and U.S. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) at the U.S. military base in Vilseck-Grafenwoehr October 8, 2013. Drone has a wing-spread of 10.44 metre, an aircraft speed of about 185 km/h and was used first time 1999 in Kosovo. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANYMILITARY - Tags: POLITICS) MILITARY)
GERMANY/
RTX144N3
October 09, 2013
Soldiers stand behind of a camera by Unmanned Aerial System 'Shadow' during an official presentation...
Vilseck, Germany
Soldiers stand behind of Unmanned Aerial System 'Shadow' during presentation of UAS at US military base...
Soldiers stand behind of a camera by Unmanned Aerial System 'Shadow' during an official presentation by the German and U.S. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) at the U.S. military base in Vilseck-Grafenwoehr October 8, 2013. The drone has a wing-spread of 6.90 metre, an aircraft speed of about 177 km/h and it's mainly used in Afghanistan. Picture taken October 8. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANYMILITARY - Tags: POLITICS) MILITARY)
SINGAPORE/DRIVERLESS-CAR
RTX136UX
September 04, 2013
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore September 4, 2013. The eight-passenger shuttle vehicle named Navia makes use of laser rangefinders, cameras and a navigation software that allows it to move autonomously and safely at speeds up to 20 km/h, according to manufacturer Induct. Induct and NTU's Energy Research Institute has teamed up to test and optimize Navia in a two-year collaboration aimed at improving the reliability of the battery and reducing charging time, according to local media. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY ENERGY EDUCATION)
SINGAPORE/DRIVERLESS-CAR
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September 04, 2013
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore
People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore September 4, 2013. The eight-passenger shuttle vehicle named Navia makes use of laser rangefinders, cameras and a navigation software that allows it to move autonomously and safely at speeds up to 20 km/h, according to manufacturer Induct. Induct and NTU's Energy Research Institute has teamed up to test and optimize Navia in a two-year collaboration aimed at improving the reliability of the battery and reducing charging time, according to local media. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY ENERGY EDUCATION)
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July 17, 2013
A traffic policeman uses a portable speed detector on Havana's seafront boulevard "El Malecon" July 16,...
Havana, Cuba
A traffic policeman uses a portable speed detector on Havana's seafront boulevard "El Malecon"
A traffic policeman uses a portable speed detector on Havana's seafront boulevard "El Malecon" July 16, 2013. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham (L), after being released from prison, London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham (rear L), after being released from prison, London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-HUHNE
RTXZKQ4
May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison, London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham (2nd L), after being released from prison, London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home with his partner Carina Trimingham, after being released from prison, London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
London, United Kingdom
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison,...
Former British cabinet minister Chris Huhne arrives back at his home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home in London
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne and Pryce were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne and Pryce were jailed in March after they falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home in London
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, prepares to speak to the media outside...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, prepares to speak to the media outside...
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, prepares to speak to the media outside her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXZKLP
May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXZKLJ
May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home,...
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, speaks to the media outside her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home in London
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home in London
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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May 13, 2013
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being...
London, United Kingdom
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home in London
Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former cabinet minister Chris Huhne, arrives back at her home, after being released from prison, in London May 13, 2013. Huhne, and his ex-wife Vicky Pryce, were jailed in March after Huhne and Pryce falsely told police she had been driving when his car was caught by a speed camera, so that the minister could avoid a driving ban. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY)
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