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PFIZER-EUROPE/
RTSDQS59 
December 02, 2022 
A compagny logo is seen at a Pfizer office in Puurs, Belgium, December 2, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Geron... 
PUURS, Belgium 
Pfizer spending billions to expand European manufacturing 
A compagny logo is seen at a Pfizer office in Puurs, Belgium, December 2, 2022. REUTERS/Johanna Geron 
ARCTIC-SECURITY/ C
RTSD8TWO 
November 16, 2022 
NATO allies wake up to Russian supremacy in the region Many members pledged to increase the spending... 
Arctic Security NATO members’ defence spending C 
NATO allies wake up to Russian supremacy in the region Many members pledged to increase the spending after Russian invasion of Ukraine. 
ARCTIC-SECURITY/
RTSD8TSZ 
November 16, 2022 
NATO allies wake up to Russian supremacy in the region Many members pledged to increase the spending... 
Interactive Content 
Arctic Security NATO members’ defence spending 
NATO allies wake up to Russian supremacy in the region Many members pledged to increase the spending after Russian invasion of Ukraine. 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CZECH-SLOVAK
RTSD2XV3 
November 10, 2022 
Migrants spend their time at a tent camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10,... 
KUTY, Slovakia 
Camp for migrants in Kuty 
Migrants spend their time at a tent camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10, 2022. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CZECH-SLOVAK
RTSD2XQI 
November 10, 2022 
Migrants spend their time in a tent at a camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November... 
KUTY, Slovakia 
Camp for migrants in Kuty 
Migrants spend their time in a tent at a camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10, 2022. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CZECH-SLOVAK
RTSD2XQG 
November 10, 2022 
Migrants spend their time in a tent at a camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November... 
KUTY, Slovakia 
Camp for migrants in Kuty 
Migrants spend their time in a tent at a camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10, 2022. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/CZECH-SLOVAK
RTSD2XP8 
November 10, 2022 
Migrants spend their time at a tent camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10,... 
KUTY, Slovakia 
Camp for migrants in Kuty 
Migrants spend their time at a tent camp in Kuty, near the Czech-Slovak border, Slovakia, November 10, 2022. REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa 
USA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSCUMUI 
November 03, 2022 
A mother and son spend time together at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, California, U.S., November 2, 2022.... 
Encinitas, UNITED STATES 
A mother and son spend time together at Moonlight Beach in California 
A mother and son spend time together at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, California, U.S., November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN92 
October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain,... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, spends her time looking through the window of her home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN6Z 
October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, looks on as her daughter Raquel covers her with a blanket in their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN72 
October 27, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, gets help from her daughter Raquel to move her wheel-chair closer to the window of their home in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 27, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPV1 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, is pictured with her son Caua Gabriel, at their house, on the banks of the... 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, poses for a picture with her son Caua Gabriel, 15, near her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house, on the banks of the Guaiba River, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPUZ 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, is pictured with her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house, on the... 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, hangs clothes behind her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house, on the banks of the Guaiba River, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPV0 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, poses for a picture near her son Caua Gabriel, 15, and her partner Gilberto... 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, poses for a picture near her son Caua Gabriel, 15, and her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPUX 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, poses for a picture at her house in Porto Alegre 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, poses for a picture at her house in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPBX 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, poses for a picture with her card at her house in Porto Alegre 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, poses for a picture with her card at her house, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
BRAZIL-ELECTION/SPENDING
RTSCKPBY 
October 24, 2022 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, is pictured with her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house in Porto... 
Housewife Nilma Andrade, 61, who is a beneficiary of the federal social program 'Auxilio Brasil' and declares her vote to President Jair Bolsonaro, poses for a picture with her partner Gilberto Carneiro, 64, at their house, on the banks of the Guaiba River, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, October 24, 2022. REUTERS/Diego Vara 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSCVSH3 
October 23, 2022 
Saowanee Donchot, 52, and her daughter Phisnapa Mumklang, 30, spend time together after dinner, following... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
The Wider Image: To the sea: The final journey of a victim of Thailand's nursery massacre 
Saowanee Donchot, 52, and her daughter Phisnapa Mumklang, 30, spend time together after dinner, following the loss of Saowanee's granddaughter Pattanan Mumklang (known as "Model"), 4, who was killed in a mass shooting at a daycare centre in the town of Uthai Sawan, Nong Bua Lamphu province, Thailand, October 23, 2022. Model was among 36 people, 23 of them children, killed by an ex-cop wielding a knife and a gun during an hours-long rampage that only ended when he killed his girlfriend, her son, and himself. The massacre has plunged the tight-knit rural community in northeastern Thailand into shock and left dozens of families grappling with incomprehensible loss. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha SEARCH "PERAWONGMETHA KILLINGS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN97 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN96 
October 20, 2022 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino helps Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, touch a ball with her impaired foot during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN95 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, uses her non-dominant hand as her dominant hand is impaired, during a therapy session with neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022.Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN94 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN93 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts in pain as neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino treats her at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN91 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, laughs with occupational therapist Jesus Berdial during a session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN8P 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno laugh as they carry out a therapy session at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "ItÕs a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, IÕve had to take on responsibilities before my time, IÕve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says RedondoÕs 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN76 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, and neuropsychologist Johanna Moreno embrace as Redondo gets ready to go home after her round of daily therapy sessions at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "Pilar is incredibly resilient and she always has the best attitude. That's very important for her recovery process" says Moreno. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN73 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN75 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, leaves with her husband after her daily round of therapy at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN74 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, reacts during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It’s a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I’ve had to take on responsibilities before my time, I’ve had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed " says Redondo’s 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN71 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, walks with a cane and the help of neurological physiotherapist Guissela Rodriguez Palomino during treatment at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
HEALTH-STROKE/SPAIN
RTSCNN70 
October 20, 2022 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions... 
NAVALCARNERO, Spain 
Spanish stroke survivor Pilar Redondo works on her recovery 
Pilar Redondo Arribas, 55, rides an elevator in her wheelchair on her way to one of her therapy sessions of the day at Casaverde Neurological and Physical Rehabilitation Center in Navalcarnero, Spain, October 20, 2022. Redondo suffered a stroke last year which caused her to spend two weeks at a hospital intensive care unit. The stroke caused paralysis and spasticity in the right side of her body as well as aphasia, which affects her ability to communicate verbally. She does daily rehabilitation sessions to help improve her quality of life. "It's a difficult situation for the whole family. As a daughter, I've had to take on responsibilities before my time, I've had to mature. But when I see how hard she works and how she manages to stand on her feet during therapy, it gives me hope. My mother is very strong-willed" says Redondo's 17-year-old daughter Raquel. According to World Stroke Organisation, 1 out of 4 people over 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. World Stroke Day is observed on October 29 to raise awareness about the high rates, the risk factors, and the signs of stroke to better prevent and support survivors. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
RTSCFKKL 
October 20, 2022 
Indigenous women wash clothes in a bathroom inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous women wash clothes in a bathroom inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
RTSCFKKK 
October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
RTSCFKKJ 
October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people watch television inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people watch television inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
RTSCFKKI 
October 20, 2022 
An indigenous baby rests in a hammock inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous baby rests in a hammock inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022 REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
RTSCFKKH 
October 20, 2022 
An indigenous baby sleeps in a bed inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous baby sleeps in a bed inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous children go down the stairs inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous children go down the stairs inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous child rests inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous child rests inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous girl walks into a bathroom inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous girl walks into a bathroom inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their land of origin after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022 REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous woman breastfeeds her baby inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous woman breastfeeds her baby inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Emebera ethnic group, rest inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Embera ethnic group, organise their belongings inside a temporary... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly from the Embera ethnic group, organise their belongings inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their land of origin after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous girl eats inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous girl eats inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, line up to be registered inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous girls bathe inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous girls bathe inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous woman cooks inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous woman cooks inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous man looks out of a balcony inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office,... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous man looks out of a balcony inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their land of origin after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
An indigenous boy holds a bowl of cornstarch with water inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
An indigenous boy holds a bowl of cornstarch with water inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their homelands after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20 , 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez 
COLOMBIA-PROTEST/INDIGENOUS
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October 20, 2022 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, look out of a balcony inside a temporary shelter... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian indigenous people await negotiations with the government for the safe return to their lands... 
Indigenous people, mostly of the Embera ethnic group, look out of a balcony inside a temporary shelter assigned by the Bogota mayor's office, after spending months negotiating with the government to return to their land of origin after being displaced by violence, in Bogota, Colombia October 20, 2022. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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October 18, 2022 
A demonstrator drapes himself with a giant image of Former President of Brazil and current presidential... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
A demonstrator drapes himself with a giant image of Former President of Brazil and current presidential candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
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October 18, 2022 
A demonstrator drapes himself with a flag with a picture of Former President of Brazil and current presidential... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
A demonstrator drapes himself with a flag with a picture of Former President of Brazil and current presidential candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva during a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
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October 18, 2022 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
Protest against Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education... 
People take part in a protest against Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro and his government's threats to federal spending on education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes 
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