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FRANCE-BUSINESS/
RTX6H6O4
October 30, 2018
Sewing spools are seen on the production line at the France Teinture factory in Troyes, France, October...
Troyes, France
Sewing spools are seen on the production line at the France Teinture factory in Troyes
Sewing spools are seen on the production line at the France Teinture factory in Troyes, France, October 30, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
AREVO-3DBIKE/
RTS1RVAU
May 17, 2018
Spools of carbon fiber filaments are seen at Arevo Labs in Santa Clara, California, May 10, 2018. Picture...
Santa Clara, UNITED STATES
Spools of carbon fiber filaments are seen at Arevo Labs in Santa Clara, California
Spools of carbon fiber filaments are seen at Arevo Labs in Santa Clara, California, May 10, 2018. Picture taken May 10, 2018. REUTERS/ Stephen Lam
VOLKSWAGEN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX36N8Z
May 19, 2017
Employees check some spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is...
Wolfsburg, Germany
Employees check spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is a research...
Employees check some spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is a research and development center of several companies like German car maker Volkswagen, during a media tour to present Volkswagen's so called "Blaue Fabrik" (Blue Factory) environmental program, in Wolfsburg, Germany May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
VOLKSWAGEN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX36N8X
May 19, 2017
An employee checks spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is a...
Wolfsburg, Germany
An employee checks spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is a...
An employee checks spools of plastic fibre in a giant loom at the Open Hybrid Lab Factory, which is a research and development center of several companies like German car maker Volkswagen, during a media tour to present Volkswagen's so called "Blaue Fabrik" (Blue Factory) environmental program, in Wolfsburg, Germany May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
CHINA-TEXTILES/ITALY
RTSYIU1
February 13, 2017
A high precision machine puts together hundreds of yarn spools to prepare the different threads ahead...
TOLLEGNO, Italy
A high precision machine puts together hundreds of yarn spools to prepare the different threads ahead...
A high precision machine puts together hundreds of yarn spools to prepare the different threads ahead of the weaving process at the Tollegno 1900 factory near Biella, northern Italy, December 1, 2016. Picture taken December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Giulia Segreti
USA-TRUMP/WOMEN
RTSVH7P
January 14, 2017
A woman spools yarn as she takes part in the Pussyhat social media campaign to provide pink hats for...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A woman spools yarn as she takes part in the Pussyhat social media campaign to provide pink hats for...
A woman spools yarn as she takes part in the Pussyhat social media campaign to provide pink hats for protesters in the women's march in Washington, D.C., the day after the presidential inauguration, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
INDIA-BUSINESS/
RTSDTYT
April 06, 2016
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation...
New Delhi, India
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside DMRC Mukundpur depot in New Delhi...
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Mukundpur depot in New Delhi, India, April 6, 2016. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA-BUSINESS/
RTSDTYO
April 06, 2016
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation...
New Delhi, India
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside DMRC Mukundpur depot in New Delhi...
Laborers pull a wire from a spool near a Hyundai Rotem train inside the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Mukundpur depot in New Delhi, India, April 6, 2016. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
CENTRALAFRICA-CHILDSOLDIERS/
RTX1WAJH
November 29, 2015
A former child member, 16, of the armed faction known as Union for Peace in Central Africa (UPC) selects...
Bambari, Central African Republic
A former child member, 16, of the armed faction known as Union for Peace in Central Africa (UPC) selects...
A former child member, 16, of the armed faction known as Union for Peace in Central Africa (UPC) selects a spool of cotton in a tailor’s shop in Bambari, Central African Republic November 8, 2015. The boy’s identity is being protected by UNICEF, the U.N.’s children’s agency, after it helped him leave the rebel group to set up a clothes-making business. Picture taken November 8, 2015. To match Feature CENTRALAFRICA-CHILDSOLDIERS/ REUTERS/Tom Esslemont/Thomson Reuters Foundation
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64WE
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64J0
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's travelling film projectionists. After six decades travelling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIT
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIN
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in...
A flight data recorder from an unknown public transport aircraft is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIL
March 26, 2015
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village...
A flight data recorder from crashed Mig-23 figter jet is seen in private aviation museum in the village of Zruc, near Plzen January 28, 2015. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 28, 2015 REUTERS/David W Cerny
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYII
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a cockpit voice recorder, an up-to-date...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a cockpit voice recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYIG
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's BFU holds a L-3 Aviation Systems data recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a data recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI6
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model by Honeywell that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI3
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a voice recorder, an up-to-date model by L-3 Aviation Products that is used in Boeing and Airbus aircraft, at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYI2
March 26, 2015
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
Braunschweig, Germany
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
A historic tape-based and partly burned voice recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYH2
March 26, 2015
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German...
Braunschweig, Germany
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU at...
A historic steel-foil-based data recorder is seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. On this model
the information is recorded and scratched onto a steel foil that is temperature-resistant. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGK
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a historic and partly burned tape-based...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a historic and partly burned tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGG
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a Russian-made historic tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015 REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGD
March 26, 2015
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different brands and models are seen at a storage of Germany's...
Braunschweig, Germany
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different models are seen at Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung...
Solid-state data and voice recorders of different brands and models are seen at a storage of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or 'black boxes', used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The 'deployable black boxes' combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYGA
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU holds a historic and partly burned tape-based...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) holds a historic and partly burned tape-based voice recorder at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYFN
March 26, 2015
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident...
Braunschweig, Germany
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU removes a flight recorder from a cupboard...
An employee of Germany's Bundesamt fuer Fluguntersuchung BFU (German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation) removes a solid state flight recorder from a cupboard at their headquarters in Braunschweig March 20, 2015. The task of the BFU is to investigate into accidents and serious incidents to civil aircraft in Germany, to determine the causes of the occurrences. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken March 20, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYFI
March 26, 2015
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit (DFIRU) is pictured in a posed photo at the DRS Technologies...
Ottawa, Canada
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit is pictured at the DRS Technologies facilities in Carleton...
A Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Unit (DFIRU) is pictured in a posed photo at the DRS Technologies facilities in Carleton Place, Ontario January 21, 2015. Flight recorders or 'black boxes', used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The 'deployable black boxes' combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. Picture taken January 21, 2015 REUTERS/Chris Wattie
FRANCE-CRASH/INVESTIGATION
RTR4UYEV
March 26, 2015
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's....
London, United Kingdom
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's.
A combination picture showing the development of flight recorders or 'black boxes' since the 1950's. Flight recorders or ?black boxes?, used in investigations of aviation catastrophes since the mid-20th century, have developed considerably over the years. While older recorders contained spools of magnetic tape, modern devices use crash-survivable digital chips. There have been increasing calls for commercial planes to be fitted with ejectable recorders that separate from the tail during a crash, technology already in use by military aircraft. The ?deployable black boxes? combine voice and data recordings and emit a distress signal to a global search and rescue satellite system. REUTERS/Staff
CUBA-REFORM/THEATERS
RTX15ORR
November 22, 2013
A woman waits for customers, as she sells coloured paper and spools of thread at her private stall at...
Havana, Cuba
A woman waits for customers, as she sells coloured paper and spools of thread at her private stall in...
A woman waits for customers, as she sells coloured paper and spools of thread at her private stall at the entrance of her home in Havana October 4, 2013. Cubans are upset over decrees by the communist government shuttering private 3D movie theaters and banning the private sale of imported clothing in a land where venues to screen films are scarce and well-made, stylish clothing is hard to come by at affordable prices. Discontent over the crackdown runs so deep that even Granma, the usually conformist Communist Party daily, ran a long article last week recognizing the "broad social debate" - an unmistakable sign of the government's sensitivity to the issue. Picture taken October 4, 2013. To match Feature CUBA-REFORM/THEATERS REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS FASHION CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
SLOVENIA/
RTX11CE8
July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
FRANCE-FASHION/
RTR3EFS8
March 01, 2013
A pair of sewing scissors are kept inside a spool backstage before the presentation of Japanese designer...
Paris, France
A pair of sewing scissors are kept inside a spool backstage before the presentation of Japanese designer...
A pair of sewing scissors are kept inside a spool backstage before the presentation of Japanese designer Yoshiyuki Miyamae Fall-Winter 2013/2014 women's ready-to-wear fashion show for fashion house Issey Miyake during Paris fashion week March 1, 2013. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION MEDIA)
USA/
RTR37T2X
September 11, 2012
Spools of film, which have yet been cataloged, are pictured at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences...
Hollywood, UNITED STATES
Spools of film are pictured at The Academy's Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood
Spools of film, which have yet been cataloged, are pictured at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood September 10, 2012. The center houses a theater, research facilities and the Academy's film archive, containing more than 140,000 film and video assets relating to some 70,000 individual titles. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR36P32
August 11, 2012
Brazilian gymnast Vitor Ribeiro, 12, practices on top of a wooden cable spool during a practice session...
Sao Caetano Do Sul, Brazil
Brazilian gymnast Vitor Ribeiro, 12, practices on top of a wooden cable spool during a practice session...
Brazilian gymnast Vitor Ribeiro, 12, practices on top of a wooden cable spool during a practice session at SERC Santa Maria gymnasium's centre in Sao Caetano do Sul, near Sao Paulo August 10, 2012. Brazilian gymnast Arthur Zanetti, 22, who won the gold medal in the men's gymnastics rings at the London 2012 Olympic Games, has been training at the centre since he was seven years old. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS GYMNASTICS)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR31WT4
May 11, 2012
An Afghan projectionist carries a spool inside the projection room at Ariana Cinema in Kabul May 3, 2012....
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan projectionist carries a spool inside the projection room at Ariana Cinema in Kabul
An Afghan projectionist carries a spool inside the projection room at Ariana Cinema in Kabul May 3, 2012. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
BAHRAIN-FUNERAL/
RTR2QNEM
September 01, 2011
Anti-government protesters block a road to their village with a spool during a demonstration in the village...
Manama, Bahrain
Anti-government protesters block a road to their village with a spool during a demonstration in the village...
Anti-government protesters block a road to their village with a spool during a demonstration in the village of Karrana, west of Manama September 1, 2011. Thousands of Bahrainis chanted slogans against the Gulf state's king on Thursday at the funeral of a teenager who rights groups say died after being hit by a tear gas canister fired by police. Hundreds of youths later demonstrated late into the night in several mostly Shi'ite villages, confronting police who tried to disperse them firing tear gas and percussion grenades, residents said. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed (BAHRAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
USA/
RTR2KWWN
April 07, 2011
Jamie Reding spools film at the family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio April 6,...
Strasburg, UNITED STATES
A man spools film at his family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio
Jamie Reding spools film at the family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio April 6, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rust Belt", the heartland of the country and home to big unionized manufacturers like the auto and steel industries. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA/
RTR2KWTS
April 07, 2011
Jamie Reding spools film at the family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio April 6,...
Strasburg, UNITED STATES
A man spools film at his family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio
Jamie Reding spools film at the family owned and run Lynn Drive-in Theater in Strasburg, Ohio April 6, 2011. The city is a part of America's Midwestern "Rust Belt", the heartland of the country and home to big unionized manufacturers like the auto and steel industries. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
INDIA-TALKIES/
RTR2INSW
February 16, 2011
A man spools film onto projection reels by hand while sitting on the ground in the village of Ond, 300km...
OND, India
To match Reuters Life! India-TALKIES/
A man spools film onto projection reels by hand while sitting on the ground in the village of Ond, 300km (186 miles) south of Mumbai, February 9, 2011. Photo taken on February 9, 2011. To match Reuters Life! INDIA-TALKIES/ REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA-TALKIES/
RTR2INSS
February 16, 2011
A man spools film onto projection reels by hand while sitting on the ground next to a truck used as a...
OND, India
To match Reuters Life! INDIA-TALKIES/
A man spools film onto projection reels by hand while sitting on the ground next to a truck used as a makeshift projection room in the village of Ond, 300km (186 miles) south of Mumbai, February 9, 2011. Photo taken on February 9, 2011. To match Reuters Life! INDIA-TALKIES/ REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR263NR
July 27, 2009
U.S Army Staff Sergeant Thomas Becker from 741st EOD Battalion Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED)...
FOB SHANK, Afghanistan
U.S Army Staff Sergeant Thomas Becker from 741st EOD Battalion Counter Improvised Explosive Device Team...
U.S Army Staff Sergeant Thomas Becker from 741st EOD Battalion Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED) Team walks with spools of wire to set up a controlled detonation outside the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Shank in Logar Province in Afghanistan July 27, 2009. U.S and Czech soldiers destroyed IEDs, explosives and ammunition recently discovered throughout the Logar province. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (AFGHANISTAN POLITICS CONFLICT MILITARY)
MEXICO/
RTXLT5U
May 23, 2009
A pre-Hispanic piece possibly representing a woman, associated with the cult of maize, is displayed as...
Mexico City, Mexico
A pre-Hispanic piece possibly representing a woman is displayed as part of the "Teotihuacan, City of...
A pre-Hispanic piece possibly representing a woman, associated with the cult of maize, is displayed as part of the "Teotihuacan, City of Gods" exhibition in Mexico City's anthropology museum May 21, 2009. The figure has ear spools made of shells. The exhibition is the result of a century of exploration and research, with more than 400 pieces that will be on display until August 29, according to the National Institute of Anthropology and History. Picture taken May 21, 2009. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTXB4WR
February 02, 2009
An Andean woman holds a spool of yarn on a street in Chincheros on the outskirts of Cuzco February 1,...
Cuzco, Peru
An Andean woman holds a spool of yarn on a street in Chincheros on the outskirts of Cuzco
An Andean woman holds a spool of yarn on a street in Chincheros on the outskirts of Cuzco February 1, 2009. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU)
SPAIN/
RTXAR9A
November 19, 2008
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon, northern Spain November...
Gijon, Spain
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon, northern Spain November 19, 2008. Workers of Spain's private Naval Gijon shipbuilders took to the streets in protest over threatened job losses. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTXAR8Z
November 19, 2008
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon, northern Spain November...
Gijon, Spain
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon
Shipyard workers roll out a spool to barricade a street during a protest in Gijon, northern Spain November 19, 2008. Workers of Spain's private Naval Gijon shipbuilders took to the streets in protest over threatened job losses. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN)
GERMANY-GREENS/
RTXALYB
November 15, 2008
Delegates of German green party Buendnis90/Die Gruenen spool some wool during the second day of their...
Erfurt, Germany
Delegates of German green party Buendnis90/Die Gruenen spool some wool during the second day of their...
Delegates of German green party Buendnis90/Die Gruenen spool some wool during the second day of their party convention in Erfurt, November 15, 2008. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
INDIA/
RTR1VU1E
January 15, 2008
A weaver changes a spool of silk yarn for making fabrics in Margram village, about 240 km (149 miles)...
MARGRAM, India
A weaver changes a spool of silk yarn for making fabrics in Margram village
A weaver changes a spool of silk yarn for making fabrics in Margram village, about 240 km (149 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, January 15, 2008. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
IVORYCOAST
RTR1RS6Z
July 12, 2007
Bouraima Coulibaly, 9, winds cotton fibre on a spool in Waraniene, a weaving village near Korhogo in...
WARANIENE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Boy winds cotton fibre on a spool in Waraniene
Bouraima Coulibaly, 9, winds cotton fibre on a spool in Waraniene, a weaving village near Korhogo in the far north of Ivory Coast July 12, 2007. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST)
PERU TEXTILES
RTR1KICQ
December 17, 2006
Spools of thread are seen at a factory in Lima December 6, 2006. Peruvian textiles are well known abroad...
Lima, Peru
To match feature PERU-TEXTILES
Spools of thread are seen at a factory in Lima December 6, 2006. Peruvian textiles are well known abroad and the quality of its cotton is recognized around the world. To match feature PERU-TEXTILES REUTERS/Pilar Olivares(PERU)
NICARAGUA PROTEST
RTR1GEM0
August 15, 2006
Protesters block the streets with buckets and burn a wooden spool during a protest against the lack of...
Managua, Nicaragua
Protesters block streets with buckets and burn wooden spool during protest in Managua
Protesters block the streets with buckets and burn a wooden spool during a protest against the lack of water and energy resources in Managua August 15, 2006. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
THAILAND
RTXO30E
December 28, 2005
- FILE PHOTO 23DEC05 - Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi...
Saraburi, Thailand
- FILE PHOTO 23DEC05 - Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Sara.....
- FILE PHOTO 23DEC05 - Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton Tan village, nearly 100 km (60 miles) north of [Bangkok] in this December 23, 2005 file picture. [Ten months after a record election landslide for his Thai Rak Thai (Thais Love Thais) party, polls in Bangkok are suggesting 40 percent approval ratings for Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has also been labelled the person with the most "disappointing behaviour" of 2005. But away from the educated classes of the capital chattering away in air-conditioned coffee bars it is a very different story, with surveys showing up to 60 percent of rural voters still giving Thaksin and his government the thumbs up.]
THAILAND
RTXO2ZT
December 28, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 23DEC05- Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi...
Saraburi, Thailand
-PHOTO TAKEN 23DEC05- Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Sarab.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23DEC05- Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton Tan village, nearly 100 km (60 miles) north of Bangkok in this December 23, 2005 file picture. [Ten months after a record election landslide for his Thai Rak Thai (Thais Love Thais) party, polls in Bangkok are suggesting 40 percent approval ratings for Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has also been labelled the person with the most "disappointing behaviour" of 2005. But away from the educated classes of the capital chattering away in air-conditioned coffee bars it is a very different story, with surveys showing up to 60 percent of rural voters still giving Thaksin and his government the thumbs up.]
THAILAND THAKSIN
RTR1BMPV
December 23, 2005
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton...
Saraburi, Thailand
File picture of Thai woman spooling cotton in her handicraft shop in Baan Ton Tan village
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton Tan village, nearly 100 km (60 miles) north of Bangkok in this December 23, 2005 file picture. Ten months after a record election landslide for his Thai Rak Thai (Thais Love Thais) party, polls in Bangkok are suggesting 40 percent approval ratings for Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has also been labelled the person with the most "disappointing behaviour" of 2005. But away from the educated classes of the capital chattering away in air-conditioned coffee bars it is a very different story, with surveys showing up to 60 percent of rural voters still giving Thaksin and his government the thumbs up. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
THAILAND THAKSIN
RTR1BMDX
December 23, 2005
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton...
Saraburi, Thailand
File picture of Thai woman spooling cotton in her handicraft shop in Baan Ton Tan village
Sanit, a 67-year-old Thai woman, spools cotton in her handicraft shop in Saraburi Province's Baan Ton Tan village, nearly 100 km (60 miles) north of Bangkok in this December 23, 2005 file picture. Ten months after a record election landslide for his Thai Rak Thai (Thais Love Thais) party, polls in Bangkok are suggesting 40 percent approval ratings for Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has also been labelled the person with the most "disappointing behaviour" of 2005. But away from the educated classes of the capital chattering away in air-conditioned coffee bars it is a very different story, with surveys showing up to 60 percent of rural voters still giving Thaksin and his government the thumbs up. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIPPING
RTRGE7X
November 22, 2004
Spanish IZAR shipyard workers roll a wooden spool before setting it alight during a protest in Gijon,...
Gijon, Spain
Shipyard workers protest in northern Spain.
Spanish IZAR shipyard workers roll a wooden spool before setting it alight during a protest in Gijon, northern Spain, November 22, 2004. The shipbuilders started a fresh round of protests after Brussels said last week they had rejected a draft agreement to salvage loss-making state-owned shipyards Izar. Spain's largest shipbuilder is threatened with collapse after Brussels demanded repayment of 975 million euros ($1.27 billion) of illegal public subsidies. REUTERS/Alonso Gonzalez PH/GB
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