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USA-IMMIGRATION/ASYLUM SEEKERS
RTS35U66
March 12, 2020
A U.S. border patrol agent looks at cactus spines splintered into a man who was detained alongside a...
RIO GRANDE CITY, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A year documenting migration on Rio Grande
A U.S. border patrol agent looks at cactus spines splintered into a man who was detained alongside a group of others who were suspected of smuggling marijuana into the United States from Mexico in Rio Grande City, Texas, U.S., April 11, 2019. REUTERS/Adrees Latif SEARCH "RIO GRANDE PATROL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-IMMIGRATION/ASYLUM SEEKERS
RTS35RXS
March 12, 2020
A U.S. border patrol agent looks at cactus spines splintered into a man who was detained alongside a...
RIO GRANDE CITY, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A year documenting migration on Rio Grande
A U.S. border patrol agent looks at cactus spines splintered into a man who was detained alongside a group of others who were suspected of smuggling marijuana into the United States from Mexico in Rio Grande City, Texas, U.S., April 11, 2019. REUTERS/Adrees Latif SEARCH "RIO GRANDE PATROL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHKO
December 11, 2019
The spine of Volume 1 of the USS Rodgers logbooks is pictured at the National Archives building in Washington,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
The spine of Volume 1 of the USS Rodgers logbooks is pictured at the National Archives building in Washington...
The spine of Volume 1 of the USS Rodgers logbooks is pictured at the National Archives building in Washington, U.S., December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Loren Elliott
NIGERIA-PANGOLINS/
RTX73L50
September 19, 2019
Bushmeat seller removes a spine from a brush-tailed porcupine at a market in Emure-ile, Ondo, Nigeria...
ONDO, Nigeria
Bushmeat seller removes a spine from a brush-tailed porcupine at a market in Emure-ile, Ondo
Bushmeat seller removes a spine from a brush-tailed porcupine at a market in Emure-ile, Ondo, Nigeria August 28, 2019. Picture taken August 28, 2019. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
GEORGIA-TKIBULI/MINING
RTS29102
December 05, 2018
Miner David Tsnobiladze, 20, walks after his shift at the Mindeli mine of Saknakhshiri coal mining company...
TKIBULI, Georgia
The Wider Image: Georgian mining town offers little alternative to deadly job
Miner David Tsnobiladze, 20, walks after his shift at the Mindeli mine of Saknakhshiri coal mining company in Tkibuli, Georgia, July 13, 2018. David has worked at the mine for two years. His father has worked at the mine for 20 years and his grandfather worked there for 34 years. Tsnobiladzes believe the mine is the main part of the town. "It is the spine. Without the mine, the town would not exist," he said. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili SEARCH "GEORGIA MINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MUSIC-VINYL/ANNIVERSARY
RTX6A34S
June 20, 2018
Vinyl LP album record sleeve spines are seen archived at the British Library's musical collection of...
London, United Kingdom
British Library's musical collection in London
Vinyl LP album record sleeve spines are seen archived at the British Library's musical collection of over 250 000 pieces in London, Britain, June 15, 2018. Picture taken June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
USA-BODIES/CODY
RTX3I45G
October 25, 2017
Richard Saunders swabs his mouth in Townsend, Tennessee, U.S. July 28, 2017 so his DNA can be compared...
TOWNSEND, UNITED STATES
Richard Saunders swabs his mouth in Townsend
Richard Saunders swabs his mouth in Townsend, Tennessee, U.S. July 28, 2017 so his DNA can be compared with that of the cervical spine purchased by Reuters. Picture taken July 28, 2017. REUTERS/Wade Payne - To match Special Report USA-BODIES/CODY
USA-BODIES/BROKERS
RTX3HYD8
October 24, 2017
Drew Gaworski, an instructor for medical device maker Vertiflex, uses a donated human spine to teach...
Sterling, UNITED STATES
Drew Gaworski, an instructor for medical device maker Vertiflex, uses a donated human spine to teach...
Drew Gaworski, an instructor for medical device maker Vertiflex, uses a donated human spine to teach Dr. Richard Stayner, (L), how to implant a device during a seminar in Sterling, Virginia, U.S. September 9, 2017. Picture taken September 9, 2017. To match Special Report USA-BODIES/BROKERS. REUTERS/John Shiffman
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3218W
March 21, 2017
Frank A. Vicari, MD, pediatric plastic/reconstructive surgery, holds a model representing two spines...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Vicari holds a model of Dominique's two spines as he speaks during a news conference in Park Ridge
Frank A. Vicari, MD, pediatric plastic/reconstructive surgery, holds a model representing two spines of "Baby Dominique" as he speaks during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat the 10-month old, who was also born with four legs, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3217Z
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat Dominique, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3217W
March 21, 2017
Host family members Nancy Swabb, her husband Tim Swabb and their daughter Mara Swabb, 9, play with "Baby...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Host family members Nancy Swabb, her husband Tim and their daughter Mara play with Dominique during a...
Host family members Nancy Swabb, her husband Tim Swabb and their daughter Mara Swabb, 9, play with "Baby Dominique" during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat the 10-month old, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3217U
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" looks at the audience during a news conference where doctors and staff...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique looks at the audience during a news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" looks at the audience during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat Dominique, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3217R
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family mother Nancy Swabb as Nancy's daughter Mara, 9,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique is held by Swabb during a news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family mother Nancy Swabb as Nancy's daughter Mara, 9, looks on during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat Dominique, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3217O
March 21, 2017
John R. Ruge, MD, pediatric neurosurgery speaks during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Ruge speaks during a news conference in Park Ridge
John R. Ruge, MD, pediatric neurosurgery speaks during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat 10-month old "Baby Dominique", who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3213W
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique is held by Nancy Swabb during a news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat Dominique, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3213H
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique is held by Nancy Swabb during a news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family member Nancy Swabb during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat Dominique, who was born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3212D
March 21, 2017
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family members Nancy Swabb, as her husband Tim Swabb and...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Dominique is held by host family members Nancy Swabb during news conference in Park Ridge
Ten-month-old "Baby Dominique" is held by host family members Nancy Swabb, as her husband Tim Swabb and surgeon Frank Vicari look on during news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat 10-month old "Baby Dominique" born with four legs and two spines, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D8
March 15, 2017
Patients, who have spinal cord injuries, sits in wheelchairs at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Patients, who have spinal cord injuries, sits in wheelchairs at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D7
March 15, 2017
Ayman, 24, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a lesson at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ayman, 24, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a lesson at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D5
March 15, 2017
Fouad, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, works at an amusement park after completing a therapy cycle...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Fouad, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, works at an amusement park after completing a therapy cycle at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D3
March 15, 2017
Scars are seen on the hands of Abu Zeid, a spinal cord injury patient, who attempted suicide shortly...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Scars are seen on the hands of Abu Zeid, a spinal cord injury patient, who attempted suicide shortly after sustaining his wounds, at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D2
March 15, 2017
Ziad, a paralysed 14-year-old boy, often stays alone in his room as bombs fall on Douma, the main rebel-stronghold...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift center treats the paralysed
Ziad, a paralysed 14-year-old boy, often stays alone in his room as bombs fall on Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus. Limited in scope, number and size, there are no nearby shelters equipped to receive Ziad who cannot be moved quickly or easily during airstrikes because of his spinal injuries. "The shelters are not ready to accept people like me," he said. Until last year, treatment options were limited for spinal patients caught in a brutal civil war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced more than 11 million. Now, the Specialist Centre for the Rehabilitation and Care of Spinal Cord Injuries provides physical and psychological treatment. There are an estimated 500 people with spinal injuries in eastern Ghouta, almost all casualties of the six-year war. The centre, currently funded entirely by donations, can treat 12 patients at a time for a course of three to six months. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314D1
March 15, 2017
Ziad (R), 14, attends a physiotherapy session with Haitham, 35, who sustained a spinal cord injury during...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ziad (R), 14, attends a physiotherapy session with Haitham, 35, who sustained a spinal cord injury during the conflict in Syria that left him paralysed, at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CZ
March 15, 2017
Fouad, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, works at an amusement park after completing a therapy cycle...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Fouad, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, works at an amusement park after completing a therapy cycle at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, March 2, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CX
March 15, 2017
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a lesson at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a lesson at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CU
March 15, 2017
Ziad, 14, who has a spinal cord injury, prays at a mosque in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ziad, 14, who has a spinal cord injury, prays at a mosque in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CT
March 15, 2017
Paraplegic patients rest after a therapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Paraplegic patients rest after a therapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CR
March 15, 2017
Ziad, 14, who has a spinal cord injury, sits on a wheelchair as he prays with others at a mosque in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ziad, 14, who has a spinal cord injury, sits on a wheelchair as he prays with others at a mosque in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CO
March 15, 2017
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a therapy session at a rehabilitation centre in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, attends a therapy session at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CN
March 15, 2017
Ayman, 24, attends a training session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ayman, 24, attends a training session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CM
March 15, 2017
Abdullah, 22, who has a spinal cord injury, works at a shoe factory after completing a six-month therapy...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Abdullah, 22, who has a spinal cord injury, works at a shoe factory after completing a six-month therapy at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 25, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CL
March 15, 2017
Mohamed, who has a spinal cord injury, warms himself in the sun outside a rehabilitation centre in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Mohamed, who has a spinal cord injury, warms himself in the sun outside a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 20, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CI
March 15, 2017
Abu Yassin, 47, who has a spinal cord injury, arrives at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Abu Yassin, 47, who has a spinal cord injury, arrives at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CH
March 15, 2017
Ziad (R), 14, who has a spinal cord injury, is pushed on a wheelchair by his friend along a street in...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ziad (R), 14, who has a spinal cord injury, is pushed on a wheelchair by his friend along a street in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CG
March 15, 2017
Ziad (L), 14, who has a spinal cord injury, gets help to enter a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ziad (L), 14, who has a spinal cord injury, gets help to enter a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CF
March 15, 2017
Mohamed Barkhash, 25, who has a spinal cord injury, waits to attend a physiotherapy session at a rehabilitation...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Mohamed Barkhash, 25, who has a spinal cord injury, waits to attend a physiotherapy session at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CE
March 15, 2017
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, is seen at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Ahmed, 20, who has a spinal cord injury, is seen at a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CD
March 15, 2017
Dumbbells and a stuffed toy are seen inside a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Dumbbells and a stuffed toy are seen inside a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 21, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CC
March 15, 2017
Mohamed Barkhash, 25, who has a spinal cord injury, gets help to get on a bus that transports patients...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Mohamed Barkhash, 25, who has a spinal cord injury, gets help to get on a bus that transports patients to a rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314CB
March 15, 2017
Haitham, 35, who sustained a spinal cord injury during the conflict in Syria, that left him paralysed,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Haitham, 35, who sustained a spinal cord injury during the conflict in Syria, that left him paralysed, is seen at a rehabilitation centre where he works as a physiotherapist, in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314BY
March 15, 2017
Abu Yassin, 47, attends a physiotherapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Abu Yassin, 47, attends a physiotherapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314BU
March 15, 2017
Obeida, 18, a medic at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre, walks inside a patient's house to...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Obeida, 18, a medic at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre, walks inside a patient's house to take him to the centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314BT
March 15, 2017
Paraplegic Hussein (R), 35, gets help to go to a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Paraplegic Hussein (R), 35, gets help to go to a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314BS
March 15, 2017
Abu Yassin, 47, attends a physiotherapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma,...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Abu Yassin, 47, attends a physiotherapy session at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-HOSPITAL
RTX314BR
March 15, 2017
Training equipments are seen at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold...
Damascus, Syria
The Wider Image: In Syria makeshift centre treats the paralysed
Training equipments are seen at a spinal cord injury rehabilitation centre in Douma, the main rebel-stronghold in eastern Ghouta on the outskirts of Damascus, Syria, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "SPINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TAIWAN-PETS/GROOMING
RTX2H5GJ
June 20, 2016
A cat with a “stegosaurus spine” design cut into its fur is seen at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June...
Tainan, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Hair today gone tomorrow
A cat with a “stegosaurus spine” design cut into its fur is seen at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "PET GROOMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
TAIWAN-PETS/GROOMING
RTX2H5GD
June 20, 2016
A cat with a “stegosaurus spine” design cut into its fur is seen next to a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan,...
Tainan, Taiwan
The Wider Image: Hair today gone tomorrow
A cat with a “stegosaurus spine” design cut into its fur is seen next to a dog at a pet shop, in Tainan, Taiwan June 19, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "PET GROOMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2602K
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva bathes her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva bathes her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26028
February 08, 2016
Genesis Kladm holds Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Genesis Kladm holds Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26026
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva embraces her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, in Recife, Brazil,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva embraces her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, in Recife, Brazil, January 25, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26023
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX26021
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2601X
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, near at their house in...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, near at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2601V
February 08, 2016
Maria do Rosario holds her granddaughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Maria do Rosario holds her granddaughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2601U
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2601L
February 08, 2016
Gleyse Kelly da Silva looks at her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife,...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Gleyse Kelly da Silva looks at her daughter Maria Giovanna, who has microcephaly, at their house in Recife, Brazil, January 30, 2016. Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX2601H
February 08, 2016
Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound...
Recife, Brazil
A Picture and its Story: After Zika - a mother's story
Reuters Photographer Ueslei Marcelino: "Gleyse Kelly da Silva was seven months pregnant when an ultrasound showed her baby's head had stopped growing. Maria Giovanna, now three months, has microcephaly, a deformation characterised by abnormally small heads that can also include brain damage. The condition is suspected to be linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which the World Health Organization has declared a public health emergency. My colleagues and I spent a day with Silva and her family at their home in Recife, eastern Brazil, which is at the centre of a crisis overwhelming local authorities. Silva, a 27-year-old toll-booth worker, became ill in April with a fever, back pain, itching and a rash. 'When I saw her the first time I cried,' Silva said. 'I saw my perfect daughter and thanked God. It was a feeling of love, happiness.' Such an assignment is delicate; you have to be respectful. I felt a responsibility to share their story and highlight the problem. Doctors took blood samples, as well as liquid from the baby's spine, for tests. Silva and Maria Giovanna's father, Felipe Marques, are still awaiting the results. Silva hopes her daughter will not suffer any severe consequences and that she will grow up to walk, talk and play with other children. 'I cannot believe it when the doctors say she will not walk,' Silva said. 'I need to believe that everything will be all right.'" REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "GLEYSE KELLY" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
A Picture and its Story
A Picture and its Story
After Zika - a mother's story
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SOCCER-PELE-HOSPITAL/
RTX1L44N
July 20, 2015
A journalist talks at the entrance of Albert Einstein Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele was...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Journalist talks at entrance of Albert Einstein Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele was hospitalized...
A journalist talks at the entrance of Albert Einstein Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele was hospitalized since last week in Sao Paulo July 20, 2015. Pele was released on the afternoon of Monday after undergoing surgery in the lumbar spine for decompression of a nerve, according Albert Einstein Hospital. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
SOCCER-PELE-HOSPITAL/
RTX1KXPX
July 19, 2015
A wheelchair is seen at the entrance of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wheelchair is seen at the entrance of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is hospitalized...
A wheelchair is seen at the entrance of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is hospitalized in Sao Paulo July 19, 2015. Brazilian football legend Pele has undergone back surgery, a close aide told Reuters on Saturday, the latest in a series of recent health problems afflicting the 74-year-old former player. Pele, whose given name is Edson Arantes do Nascimento, has been at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein in Sao Paulo for the past "two or three days" and underwent a procedure to decompress a nerve root in his spine, his personal assistant José Fornos Rodrigues said. He did not elaborate further. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
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