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MEXICO-AIRPORT/
RTS3DDNZ
June 15, 2020
General view of the construction of the seismic shock absorbers of Mexico City's new Felipe Angeles airport...
Zumpango, Mexico
Mexico's new international airport in Zumpango
General view of the construction of the seismic shock absorbers of Mexico City's new Felipe Angeles airport being built on the Santa Lucia military base, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, in the town of Zumpango in Mexico State, Mexico, June 3, 2020. Picture taken June 3, 2020. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE/PROTESTS-POLAND
RTS3ANEN
June 04, 2020
A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest over police brutality towards African-Americans in the United...
Warsaw, Poland
Protest against police brutality towards African Americans in the United States, in Warsaw
A demonstrator holds a sign during a protest over police brutality towards African-Americans in the United States, after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, in front of the U.S. embassy in Warsaw, Poland, June 4, 2020. The sign reads, "Why are you more shocked over a destroyed statue than a killed man?" REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
GLOBAL-POY/IMAGE
RTX6I8WB
December 12, 2018
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean...
Mediterranean Sea, Mid-Sea
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean Sea, July 17, 2018. Reuters photographer Juan Medina: "As our rescue boat sighted the wreck of a raft, we saw a woman making an effort to wave, so we knew at least there was life there. It soon became clear she was the only survivor. Face down amid a bunch of loose planks and deflated rubber lay the corpse of a woman in a striped T-shirt and trousers. She had been dead for some time. And there was a four-year-old boy who the boat's doctors said had died just hours before. The survivor was brought aboard in a state of deep shock and treated by doctors. She gave only her first name, Josepha, and said she was from Cameroon. She told doctors she had spent the previous night clinging to the wreckage, singing hymns and praying for deliverance. She would not tell us anything else about herself or the other passengers on the raft, nor did she say how it wrecked. The crew lifted the two dead bodies onto the deck, covered and put them on ice. There was general sadness and the feeling of powerlessness, but also joy at having found Josepha alive. Had we arrived a few hours later, she could have been dead. We've done two rescues during my 29 days on the flagship rescue boat of the Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms. The retired tugboat, built in 1973, patrolled the Mediterranean off Libya's coast to rescue migrants trying to cross to Europe." REUTERS/Juan Medina SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2018 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
USA-IMMIGRATION/IMAGE
RTS27Q53
November 27, 2018
Reuters photographer Kim Kyung-Hoon: "After nearly two weeks of documenting the harrowing journey of...
Tijuana, Mexico
A Picture and its Story: Honduran migrant flees tear gas with her children
Reuters photographer Kim Kyung-Hoon: "After nearly two weeks of documenting the harrowing journey of a caravan of mostly Central American migrants headed towards the U.S.-Mexican border, I snapped a picture I will never forget. In the shot, taken on Sunday, you can see Honduran mother Maria Meza, 40, grabbing the thin arms of her two 5-year-old twin daughters Cheili and Saira as they frantically run from a tear gas canister spewing fumes. Cheili is seen in diapers, Saira barefoot, while their mother wears a t-shirt showing the smiling sisters from the Disney hit "Frozen," a movie I've seen many times with my own daughter. Mesa's 12-year-old daughter, Jamie, is behind her mother in the photo, also running away from the approaching gas. In the frantic moments after the canisters hit the ground, the acrid smell was everywhere and I could see children crying, their eyes stung by the gas. "I thought I was going to die with them because of the gas," Meza told my Reuters colleagues a day later, adding that she was shocked U.S. border agents would fire the canisters near women and children. Meza's family had made it to the El Chapparal border crossing, which straddles the Mexican city of Tijuana and San Diego on the U.S. side, after leaving their home in the violent city of San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras two months ago. Meza and her children said they had already spent a week at a Tijuana shelter, but they will likely have to wait much longer for a chance to ultimately plead their case. She said she hopes to be granted asylum in the United States due to rampant crime back home, and if successful will travel to Louisiana, where the girls' father lives." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "MEZA MEXICO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: USA-IMMIGRATION/IMAGE?
HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
RTX6FE2H
October 17, 2018
Nearly three years after a Zika outbreak in Brazil caused thousands of cases of microcephaly and other...
OLINDA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Mothers of babies afflicted by Zika fight poverty, despair
Nearly three years after a Zika outbreak in Brazil caused thousands of cases of microcephaly and other devastating birth defects in newborns, Reuters returned to check on the mothers and their children. Zika, the first mosquito-borne virus known to damage developing foetuses, has since disappeared from headlines, but world health officials fear its spread to new populations. In northeastern Brazil, we spoke with nearly 30 mothers who contracted the Zika virus during pregnancy. Most of them have been abandoned by their husbands and must care for their children alone. Many of the women have largely adjusted to the initial shock of their child's disability, trading dreams of their own careers for the reality of around-the-clock care of a child who may never walk or talk. Many struggle to get by on a monthly disability check of just over 954 reais (roughly $250), which must cover shelter, food, medications and transportation to frequent doctor visits. Many confessed to despair and depression, and some considered suicide. But they share a fierce love for their children and a hope for a better life. Four of them provided us a glimpse of their daily life in simple homes on the outskirts of Recife and Olinda, two cities in the state of Pernambuco. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "ZIKA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: HEALTH-ZIKA/BRAZIL
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/OPENARMS
RTS1X7WB
August 13, 2018
NBA Memphis player Marc Gasol and members of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat carry Josepha from Cameroon...
Mediterranean Sea, Mid-Sea
A Picture and its Story: Spanish rescue boat finds life and death off Libya coast
NBA Memphis player Marc Gasol and members of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat carry Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean Sea, July 17, 2018. Josepha was brought aboard in a state of deep shock and treated by doctors. She told the doctors she had spent the previous night clinging to the wreckage, singing hymns and calling on God for deliverance. REUTERS/Juan Medina/File photo SEARCH "MEDINA OPENARMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/OPENARMS
RTS1X7W2
August 13, 2018
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean...
Mediterranean Sea, Mid-Sea
A Picture and its Story: Spanish rescue boat finds life and death off Libya coast
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean Sea, July 17, 2018. Josepha was brought aboard in a state of deep shock and treated by doctors. She told the doctors she had spent the previous night clinging to the wreckage, singing hymns and calling on God for deliverance. REUTERS/Juan Medina/File photo SEARCH "MEDINA OPENARMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/OPENARMS
RTS1X7VO
August 13, 2018
NGO Proactiva Open Arms members sit with Josepha from Cameroon onboard of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue...
Mediterranean Sea, Mid-Sea
A Picture and its Story: Spanish rescue boat finds life and death off Libya coast
NGO Proactiva Open Arms members sit with Josepha from Cameroon onboard of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat in central Mediterranean Sea, July 20, 2018. Josepha was rescued on July 17, 2018. She was brought aboard in a state of deep shock and treated by doctors. Josepha told the doctors she had spent the night before she was rescued clinging to the wreckage, singing hymns and calling on God for deliverance. REUTERS/Juan Medina/File photo SEARCH "MEDINA OPENARMS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-WEATHER/
RTX45ARL
January 05, 2018
A man carries two cold stunned iguanas that were found near a local pond due to the extreme cold weather...
Lake Worth, UNITED STATES
A man carries two cold stunned iguanas that were found near a local pond due to the extreme cold weather...
A man carries two cold stunned iguanas that were found near a local pond due to the extreme cold weather in Lake Worth, Florida, U.S. January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Saul Martinez
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PB2A
December 11, 2017
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Opposition lawmaker Luis Stefanelli...
Caracas, Venezuela
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Opposition lawmaker Luis Stefanelli (L) gestures next to fellow opposition lawmaker Leonardo Regnault after a group of government supporters burst into Venezuela's opposition-controlled National Assembly during a session, in Caracas, Venezuela, July 5, 2017. Carlos Garcia Rawlins: "Rowdy groups of government supporters busted into Venezuela's opposition-controlled National Assembly. There were several clashes happening at the same time, so I tried to follow a small group of attackers as they pushed their way through the main building. By the time I got into the building, they had already finished hitting people and were on their way out, leaving behind an opposition lawmaker covered in blood. I quickly went over to the politician, Leonardo Regnault, whose grey suit was spattered in blood. He was up against an ornate wooden door, clearly in a state of shock. Another opposition lawmaker, Luis Stefanelli, was standing next to him, hands up in a sign of surrender and pleading with the attackers to stop the beating. Minutes later, the attackers were expelled and I thought everything was over, but no. Government supporters remained outside and kept us trapped inside. The injured lawmaker, Regnault, was treated at the nurse's office in the congress and then evacuated in an ambulance next to the others injured. Eventually, around dusk, state security forces pushed back the government supporters and created a path out for us, more than eight hours after I first arrived." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
GLOBAL-POY/ISLAMIC-STATE
RTX3L9YD
December 04, 2017
A woman injured in a mortar attack is treated by medics in a field clinic as Iraqi forces battle with...
Mosul, Iraq
Pictures of the Year: The battle against Islamic State
A woman injured in a mortar attack is treated by medics in a field clinic as Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants, in western Mosul, Iraq, March 2, 2017. Zohra Bensemra: "The Reuters team was waiting at an Iraqi special forces checkpoint on the outskirts of western Mosul for permission toÊgo to their command base to cover the frontline. It was a field clinic run by foreign volunteers. It seemed calm. It was still early. We were talking to one of the foreign medics when suddenly a special forces Humvee came at speed towards the checkpoint. It was four injured civilians - two women, a man and a boy. They seemed in shock. The woman could not answer my questions. She seemed lost in thought. I smiled to comfort her and help her understand she was safe. A soldier told us they were hit by mortar fire as they fled fighting between Iraqi forces and Islamic State fighters." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo SEARCH "POY IS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GLOBAL-POY/VENEZUELA
RTX3KIP7
November 30, 2017
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Opposition lawmaker Luis Stefanelli...
Caracas, Venezuela
Pictures of the Year: Venezuela crisis
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Opposition lawmaker Luis Stefanelli (L) gestures next to fellow opposition lawmaker Leonardo Regnault after a group of government supporters burst into Venezuela's opposition-controlled National Assembly during a session, in Caracas, Venezuela, July 5, 2017. Carlos Garcia Rawlins: "Rowdy groups of government supporters busted into Venezuela's opposition-controlled National Assembly. There were several clashes happening at the same time, so I tried to follow a small group of attackers as they pushed their way through the main building. By the time I got into the building, they had already finished hitting people and were on their way out, leaving behind an opposition lawmaker covered in blood. I quickly went over to the politician, Leonardo Regnault, whose grey suit was spattered in blood. He was up against an ornate wooden door, clearly in a state of shock. Another opposition lawmaker, Luis Stefanelli, was standing next to him, hands up in a sign of surrender and pleading with the attackers to stop the beating. Minutes later, the attackers were expelled and I thought everything was over, but no. Government supporters remained outside and kept us trapped inside. The injured lawmaker, Regnault, was treated at the nurse's office in the congress and then evacuated in an ambulance next to the others injured. Eventually, around dusk, state security forces pushed back the government supporters and created a path out for us, more than eight hours after I first arrived." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo SEARCH "POY VENEZUELA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
GLOBAL-HIGHLIGHTS/PICTURES
RTSUX9O
December 06, 2016
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Jennilyn Olayres, 26, weeps over the...
Manila, Philippines
2016: A Picture and its Story
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Jennilyn Olayres, 26, weeps over the body of her partner, who was killed on a street in Pasay city, Metro Manila, Philippines July 23, 2016. Czar Dancel: 'When the image of Olayres weeping as she cradled the body of her slain partner went viral in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte called it melodramatic. He mentioned the image of Olayres in his state of the union address and said media had tried to portray it as being like the Michelangelo's Pieta, the sculpture of Mary holding the body of Jesus. Six were assassinated on that night in Manila, among them Michael Siaron, Olayres's 29-year-old partner, who was shot dead by unknown assailants on motorcycles. Over recent months I have been regularly covering the killings of suspected drug dealers. During the night journalists and photographers from different media organisations work as a team. Siaron's was the last of several deaths we covered that night. It is always shocking to arrive at the scene of a death. I took a couple of images before I noticed Olayres cradling Siaron's body. A piece of cardboard was left next to his corpse with the word "pusher" written on it. "A friend called out that Michael was shot. I ran out to see him," Olayres said in a rundown part of the capital's Pasay area. Olayres concedes that Siaron was a drug user but says it is impossible he was a dealer because they were too poor and could barely pay for their next meal. "They must kill the ones who don't deserve to live anymore, the ones who are a menace to society. Because they cause harm to others. But not the innocent people," she said. "I don't need the public's sympathy. I don't need the president to notice us. I know that he doesn't like this kind of people. But for me, I just hope that they get the true offenders." Asked if she had a message to tell Duterte, she said: "kill drugs, not people."' REUTERS/Czar Dancel SEARCH "2016 PIX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WI
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USA-ART/LACMA
RTX2R0L7
October 30, 2016
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Salma Hayek surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles, October 29, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ART/LACMA
RTX2R0KK
October 30, 2016
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore (L) as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Actor Salma Hayek surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore (L) as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles, October 29, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
USA-ART/LACMA
RTX2R0JK
October 30, 2016
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Salma Hayek surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles
Actor Salma Hayek (R) surprises Demi Moore as she poses at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles, October 29, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
USA-POLICE/RACE-YOUTH
RTSIOKO
July 19, 2016
In the eyes of four-year-old Autumn Unaeze, her grandfather in his blue police uniform is a superhero...
Baton Rouge, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Hard questions from children over U.S. police killings
In the eyes of four-year-old Autumn Unaeze, her grandfather in his blue police uniform is a superhero protecting people. Yet, there are troubling realities about police that her mother knows she must begin sharing with her: first, how other officers could harm her black family, and then how law enforcement officers can be targets themselves, after three were killed in an attack near her Baton Rouge home on Sunday. Across the United States, African-American parents, teachers and other adults face a difficult decision - how and at what age to talk to children about a racially charged debate over policing and tensions over the shooting deaths of black men by officers in a country that struggles to end racism. That conversation has grown more urgent in recent weeks. In the tumult of social media, ever-younger children have been exposed to grainy videos of black men dying at the hands of law enforcement or to blanket news coverage of black-led protests over use of police force. Then they've seen the shock in communities whose officers are gunned down in the line of duty. Families that may have once discussed racial disparities in policing with older teens now face questions from preschoolers such as Autumn, who want to know why people are being so mean. Others ask why people are protesting or why police now face ambushes as in Baton Rouge and Dallas, where five officers were killed earlier this month. REUTERS/Jeffrey Dubinsky SEARCH "DUBINSKY QUESTIONS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-BALTIMORE/POLICE
RTX1ZB85
December 18, 2015
A young girl (L) reacts as a man helps up the Rev. Jesse Jackson after he tripped over a cable and fell...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
A young girl reacts as a man helps up the Rev. Jesse Jackson after he tripped over a cable in Baltimore...
A young girl (L) reacts as a man helps up the Rev. Jesse Jackson after he tripped over a cable and fell to the floor while arriving to address graduates at the winter commencement exercises at Morgan State University in Baltimore, December 18, 2015. Jackson was uninjured from the fall and went on to address the graduates as planned. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S9C
October 02, 2015
A media crew stands in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon,...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
A media crew stands in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg
A media crew stands in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S96
October 02, 2015
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S93
October 02, 2015
A media member sits in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon,...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
A media member sits in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg
A media member sits in front of the entrance driveway to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S7V
October 02, 2015
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg
A search and rescue vehicle blocks the entrance to Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S1E
October 02, 2015
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/OREGON
RTS2S1D
October 02, 2015
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff...
ROSEBURG, UNITED STATES
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg
Umpqua Community College is seen in Roseburg, Oregon, United States, October 2, 2015. The Oregon sheriff investigating the mass shooting that killed nine people at a U.S. college campus took the unusual step of refusing to publicly identify the suspect, insisting on Friday he would do nothing to glorify the gunman or his cause. A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, local and federal investigators were trying to determine a motive for the rampage, which shocked the small Oregon town and revived a national debate over gun control. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1IA
July 27, 2015
Paxton Myles-Brown, 16, (L), and her father Jason Brown (2nd L), husband of Jillian Johnson, hold hands...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Paxton Myles-Brown, 16, and her father Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hold hands in prayer...
Paxton Myles-Brown, 16, (L), and her father Jason Brown (2nd L), husband of Jillian Johnson, hold hands in prayer during Johnson's funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1I2
July 27, 2015
A man kneels in reflection in front of the casket of Jillian Johnson following her funeral service at...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
A man kneels in reflection in front of the casket of Jillian Johnson following her funeral service at...
A man kneels in reflection in front of the casket of Jillian Johnson following her funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1HS
July 27, 2015
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, perform a song during the funeral service of shooting victim...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, perform a song during the funeral service of shooting victim...
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, perform a song during the funeral service of shooting victim Jillian Johnson at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1HM
July 27, 2015
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, embrace each other in solidarity following Johnson's funeral...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, embrace each other in solidarity following Johnson's funeral...
Members of the Figs, Jillian Johnson's band, embrace each other in solidarity following Johnson's funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1HL
July 27, 2015
Sara Crochet, a friend and employee of Jillian Johnson, reflects silently at Johnson's casket following...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Sara Crochet, a friend and employee of Jillian Johnson, reflects silently at Johnson's casket following...
Sara Crochet, a friend and employee of Jillian Johnson, reflects silently at Johnson's casket following Johnson's funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1H7
July 27, 2015
Sara Crochet and Natalie Hartzell, both friends and employees of Jillian Johnson, embrace each other...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Sara Crochet and Natalie Hartzell, both friends and employees of Jillian Johnson, embrace each other...
Sara Crochet and Natalie Hartzell, both friends and employees of Jillian Johnson, embrace each other while reflecting at Johnson's casket following Johnson's funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1H0
July 27, 2015
Paxton Myles-Brown, 16, (2nd L) and her father Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hold hands of...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Paxton Myles-Brown and her father Jason Brown hold hands of friends in prayer during Jillian Johnson's...
Paxton Myles-Brown, 16, (2nd L) and her father Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hold hands of friends in prayer during Johnson's funeral service at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M1GR
July 27, 2015
Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hugs a guest following the funeral service for Jillian Johnson...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hugs a guest following the funeral service for Jillian Johnson...
Jason Brown, husband of Jillian Johnson, hugs a guest following the funeral service for Jillian Johnson at Delhomme Funeral Home in Lafayette, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Johnson, 33, and Mayci Breaux, 21, were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Paul Kieu/Pool
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M0P7
July 27, 2015
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried into church before her funeral service in Franklin, Louisiana...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried into church before her funeral service in Franklin, Louisiana....
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried into church before her funeral service in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and another woman were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M0P5
July 27, 2015
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana.
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and another woman were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M0P3
July 27, 2015
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana.
Mourners gather for a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and another woman were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M0OX
July 27, 2015
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried from the hearse before her funeral service in Franklin, Louisiana...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried from the hearse before her funeral service in Franklin
The casket of Mayci Breaux is carried from the hearse before her funeral service in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and another woman were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1M0OM
July 27, 2015
Family members arrive at a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Family members arrive at a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin
Family members arrive at a funeral service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 27, 2015. Breux and another woman were killed by an Alabama drifter who opened fire inside a crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana July 23, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LPHD
July 24, 2015
Britney Landry (R) embraces Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Britney Landry embraces Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux...
Britney Landry (R) embraces Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 24, 2015. An Alabama drifter opened fire inside the crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana Thursday night killing Breaux and Jillian Johnson, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LPHC
July 24, 2015
Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire hugs Christian Wise as Britney Landry looks on outside a rosary...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire hugs Christian Wise as Britney Landry looks on outside a rosary...
Franklyn Police Chief Sabria McGuire hugs Christian Wise as Britney Landry looks on outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 24, 2015. An Alabama drifter opened fire inside the crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana Thursday night killing Breaux and Jillian Johnson, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LPH9
July 24, 2015
Franklyn police officer Samantha Andrews (R) watches over mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Franklyn police officer Samantha Andrews watches over mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux...
Franklyn police officer Samantha Andrews (R) watches over mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 24, 2015. An Alabama drifter opened fire inside the crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana Thursday night killing Breaux and Jillian Johnson, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LPH8
July 24, 2015
Christian Wise (L) and Britney Landry (R) embrace other mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux...
Franklin, UNITED STATES
Christian Wise and Britney Landry embrace other mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux in...
Christian Wise (L) and Britney Landry (R) embrace other mourners outside a rosary service for Mayci Breaux in Franklin, Louisiana July 24, 2015. An Alabama drifter opened fire inside the crowded movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana Thursday night killing Breaux and Jillian Johnson, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LOGL
July 24, 2015
A police officer stands at the entrance to a movie theatre, near flowers left for victims of a Thursday...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
A police officer stands at the entrance to a movie theatre, near flowers left for victims of a Thursday...
A police officer stands at the entrance to a movie theatre, near flowers left for victims of a Thursday night shooting, in the theatre in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. John Russell Houser, an Alabama drifter, opened fire inside the crowded movie theater, killing two women, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LO8M
July 24, 2015
A view of a motel in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. According to local media reports, police investigations...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
A view of a motel in Lafayette
A view of a motel in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. According to local media reports, police investigations are underway to determine if John Russell Houser, an Alabama drifter who shot and killed filmgoers on Thursday night, had stayed at the motel. Houser opened fire inside a crowded movie theater, killing two women, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LO66
July 24, 2015
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette,...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette,...
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. John Russell Houser, an Alabama drifter, opened fire inside the crowded movie theater, killing two women, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LO64
July 24, 2015
A police officer controls entry into a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
A police officer controls entry into a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night...
A police officer controls entry into a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. John Russell Houser, an Alabama drifter, opened fire inside the crowded movie theater, killing two women, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
USA-SHOOTING/LOUISIANA
RTX1LO63
July 24, 2015
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette,...
Lafayette, UNITED STATES
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette,...
Investigators stand outside a movie theatre where a man shot and killed filmgoers Thursday night in Lafayette, Louisiana July 24, 2015. John Russell Houser, an Alabama drifter, opened fire inside the crowded movie theater, killing two women, police said, in the latest act of random gun violence to shock the United States. REUTERS/Lee Celano
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RTX1HC4S
June 20, 2015
Medical students prepare to testify before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
Medical students prepare to testify before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices...
Medical students prepare to testify before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr. John Henry Hagmann in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
USA-DOCTOR/HEARING
RTX1HC4R
June 20, 2015
A witness identified as 'Patient C' testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
A witness identified as 'Patient C' testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical...
A witness identified as 'Patient C' testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr. John Henry Hagmann in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
USA-DOCTOR/HEARING
RTX1HC4M
June 20, 2015
Dr. John Prescott with the Association of Medical Colleges testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
Dr. John Prescott with the Association of Medical Colleges testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine...
Dr. John Prescott with the Association of Medical Colleges testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr. John Henry Hagmann in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
USA-DOCTOR/HEARING
RTX1HC4L
June 20, 2015
Army Col. Neil Page (R) testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
Army Col. Neil Page testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of...
Army Col. Neil Page (R) testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr John Henry Hagmann, in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
USA-DOCTOR/HEARING
RTX1HC4G
June 20, 2015
Army Col. Neil Page (L) testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
Army Col. Neil Page testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of...
Army Col. Neil Page (L) testifies before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr John Henry Hagmann, in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
USA-DOCTOR/HEARING
RTX1HC4F
June 20, 2015
Army Col. Neil Page (L) and medical students who were identified as patient C, patient A and individual...
Richmond, UNITED STATES
Witnesses prepare to testify before Virginia Board of Medicine on medical practices of Dr John Henry...
Army Col. Neil Page (L) and medical students who were identified as patient C, patient A and individual 2 (L to R) prepare to testify before the Virginia Board of Medicine regarding the medical practices of Dr John Henry Hagmann, in Richmond, Virginia June 19, 2015. A state board revoked the license of a former U.S. Army doctor on Friday, finding that he plied students with hypnotic drugs during battlefield-trauma training and performed dangerous procedures, including intentionally inducing shock. REUTERS/Jay Paul
POLAND-ELECTION/DUDA
RTX1EE97
May 24, 2015
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) flashes a victory sign as he...
Warsaw, Poland
Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) flashes a victory sign as he addresses...
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) flashes a victory sign as he addresses his supporters after the results of the exit polls on the second round of presidential elections in Warsaw, Poland, May 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda's shock win in Poland's presidential election has capped a rapid rise from backroom obscurity to head of state, and may herald a new political chapter in eastern Europe's biggest economy. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-ELECTION/DUDA
RTX1EE8S
May 24, 2015
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) gestures to his supporters after...
Warsaw, Poland
Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) gestures to his supporters after the...
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) gestures to his supporters after the exit polls on the second round of presidential elections in Warsaw, Poland, May 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda's shock win in Poland's presidential election has capped a rapid rise from backroom obscurity to head of state, and may herald a new political chapter in eastern Europe's biggest economy. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POLAND-ELECTION/DUDA
RTX1EE8Q
May 24, 2015
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) speaks with supporters after...
Warsaw, Poland
Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) speaks with supporters after the exit...
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) speaks with supporters after the exit polls on the second round of presidential elections in Warsaw, Poland, May 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda's shock win in Poland's presidential election has capped a rapid rise from backroom obscurity to head of state, and may herald a new political chapter in eastern Europe's biggest economy. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-ELECTION/DUDA
RTX1EE7T
May 24, 2015
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), kisses his wife Agata (2R) as...
Warsaw, Poland
Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), kisses his wife Agata as their daughter...
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), kisses his wife Agata (2R) as their daughter Kinga watches after the announcement of the results of exit polls on the second round of presidential elections in Warsaw, Poland, May 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda's shock win in Poland's presidential election has capped a rapid rise from backroom obscurity to head of state, and may herald a new political chapter in eastern Europe's biggest economy. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
POLAND-ELECTION/DUDA
RTX1EE79
May 24, 2015
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) addresses his supporters after...
Warsaw, Poland
Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) addresses his supporters after the results...
Andrzej Duda, presidential candidate of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) addresses his supporters after the results of the exit polls on the second round of presidential elections in Warsaw, Poland, May 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda's shock win in Poland's presidential election has capped a rapid rise from backroom obscurity to head of state, and may herald a new political chapter in eastern Europe's biggest economy. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
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