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SOCCER-ENGLAND-MUN-LIV/REPORT
RTS2S0HJ
October 20, 2019
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain - October 20, 2019 A fans poses for a photgraph in front of the statute of former players George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton outside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
SOCCER-ENGLAND-MUN-LIV/REPORT
RTS2S0HG
October 20, 2019
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester United v Liverpool - Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain - October 20, 2019 A fans poses for a photgraph in front of the statute of former players George Best, Denis Law and Bobby Charlton outside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
HONGKONG-BLAST/
RTX1Y0XU
December 10, 2015
A man walks into the Legislative Council surrounded by barrier fence, in Hong Kong, China December 10,...
Hong Kong, China
A man walks into the Legislative Council surrounded by barrier fence, in Hong Kong,
A man walks into the Legislative Council surrounded by barrier fence, in Hong Kong, China December 10, 2015. Hong Kong police are investigating a small fire and explosion outside the city's legislature hours after a contentious copyright bill, which opponents say will restrict freedom of expression, had been up for debate. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1JCY
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J8U
September 17, 2015
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J8Q
September 17, 2015
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J8P
September 17, 2015
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J5U
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation during...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation during a vote at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J1T
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation during...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation during a vote at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J1P
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) sits next to Defense Minister Gen Nakatani (R) as he looks...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe sits next to Defense Minister Nakatani as he looks at lawmakers crowding around Konoike,...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) sits next to Defense Minister Gen Nakatani (R) as he looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J1K
September 17, 2015
Masahisa Sato (top C), a member of the upper house special committee on security, and other lawmakers...
Tokyo, Japan
Sato, a member of the upper house special committee on security, and other lawmakers crowd around Konoike,...
Masahisa Sato (top C), a member of the upper house special committee on security, and other lawmakers shout as they crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J1D
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) looks at lawmakers crowding around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1J0R
September 17, 2015
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1IVS
September 17, 2015
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Lawmakers crowd around Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, during a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1IVA
September 17, 2015
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroe Makiyama (green) climbs over other lawmakers who...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Makiyama climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Konoike,...
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroe Makiyama (green) climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, before a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1ITM
September 17, 2015
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroyuki Konishi (top) climbs over other lawmakers who...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Konishi climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Konoike,...
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroyuki Konishi (top) climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, before a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1ITK
September 17, 2015
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroyuki Konishi (top) climbs over other lawmakers who...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Konishi climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Konoike,...
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Hiroyuki Konishi (top) climbs over other lawmakers who are guarding Yoshitada Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, before a vote at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. A panel in Japan's upper house on Thursday approved legislation for a security policy shift that would allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, a ruling party lawmaker said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1I08
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) looks at Yoshitada Konoike (L), chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe looks at Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security, next to committee...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) looks at Yoshitada Konoike (L), chairman of the upper house special committee on security, next to committee members Masahisa Sato (2nd L) and Junichi Ishii at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
GUATEMALA-POLITICS/
RTS1HTR
September 17, 2015
Guatemala's new Vice President Juan Alfonso Fuentes Soria (C) shakes hands with lawmakers as he arrives...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemala's new Vice President Soria shakes hands with lawmakers as he arrives at Congress in Guatemala...
Guatemala's new Vice President Juan Alfonso Fuentes Soria (C) shakes hands with lawmakers as he arrives at Congress in Guatemala City September 16, 2015. Soria was elected vice president on Wednesday by members of Congress after the post was made vacant with the appointment of Alejandro Maldonado as Guatemala's caretaker president following the resignation of President Otto Perez. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HQT
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, as Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (top 3rd R) looks on at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HQC
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers stand around Yoshitada Konoike (C/L on the chair), chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers stand around Konoike, chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers stand around Yoshitada Konoike (C/L on the chair), chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HOW
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HO4
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) leaves an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HNQ
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (top R) takes a seat as opposition lawmakers storming to Masahisa Sato,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe takes a seat as opposition lawmakers storming to Sato, deputation chairman of the upper...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (top R) takes a seat as opposition lawmakers storming to Masahisa Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HNM
September 17, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (top R) looks at opposition lawmakers as they crowd around Masahisa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe looks at opposition lawmakers as they crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (top R) looks at opposition lawmakers as they crowd around Masahisa Sato (unseen), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HN8
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HMR
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (Center L), deputation chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (Center L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-SECURITY/
RTS1HMQ
September 17, 2015
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special...
Tokyo, Japan
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Sato, deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security,...
Opposition lawmakers crowd around Masahisa Sato (2nd L), deputation chairman of the upper house special committee on security, at an upper house special committee session on security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 17, 2015. Crowds of protesters rallied on Wednesday as Japan's parliament moved close to passing bills for a defence policy change that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two, despite opposition by many ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT5Q
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT4O
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) listens to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Mary Bassett...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio listens to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Bassett while she...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) listens to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Mary Bassett while she speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT4M
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT4J
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) listens to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito while she speaks...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio listens to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito while she speaks to the...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) listens to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito while she speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT4I
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) arrives to speak to the media during a news conference to introduce...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio arrives to speak to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) arrives to speak to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT4G
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (C) speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (C) speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT20
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) speaks to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Mary Bassett...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Bassett while they...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (L) speaks to Department of Health and Mental Hygene Dr, Mary Bassett while they attend a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT1X
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) speaks to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito while they attend...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to Council Speaker Mark-Viverito while they attend a news conference...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (R) speaks to Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito while they attend a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaires' disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH/LEGIONNAIRES/
RTX1NT1W
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
USA-HEALTH-LEGIONNAIRES
RTX1NT19
August 10, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended...
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to the media during a news conference to introduce legislation intended to reduce the risk of Legionnaire's disease in New York August 10, 2015. An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in New York City has been linked to water in air conditioner cooling towers, including one on the roof of a hospital in the affected region. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5YI
July 21, 2015
A man walks through a shopping arcade in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government...
Athens, Greece
A man walks through a shopping arcade in central Athens
A man walks through a shopping arcade in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5YF
July 21, 2015
Men sit in front of a shop in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation...
Athens, Greece
Men sit in front of a shop in central Athens
Men sit in front of a shop in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5YB
July 21, 2015
A man pulls a shopping cart in Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation...
Athens, Greece
A man pulls a shopping cart in Athens
A man pulls a shopping cart in Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5XH
July 21, 2015
A woman walks past an Alpha Bank ATM and a shopping window announcing sales in central Athens, Greece,...
Athens, Greece
A woman walks past an Alpha Bank ATM and a shopping window announcing sales in central Athens
A woman walks past an Alpha Bank ATM and a shopping window announcing sales in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties.The graffiti on the ATM reads NO. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5XE
July 21, 2015
Women browse clothes for sale in a shop in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015.The Greek government...
Athens, Greece
Women browse clothes for sale in a shop in central Athens
Women browse clothes for sale in a shop in central Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015.The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5X7
July 21, 2015
People are seen at the entrance of Athens' main fish market, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted...
Athens, Greece
People are seen at the entrance of Athens' main fish market
People are seen at the entrance of Athens' main fish market, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1L5W5
July 21, 2015
A pensioner holds a priority ticket outside a National Bank branch as they wait to receive part of their...
Athens, Greece
A pensioner holds a priority ticket outside a National Bank branch as they wait to receive part of their...
A pensioner holds a priority ticket outside a National Bank branch as they wait to receive part of their pensions in Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015. The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
EUROZONE-GREECE/
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July 21, 2015
People line up outside a National Bank branch while a Greek Orthodox priest walks by in Athens, Greece,...
Athens, Greece
People line up outside a National Bank branch while a Greek Orthodox priest walks by in Athens
People line up outside a National Bank branch while a Greek Orthodox priest walks by in Athens, Greece, July 21, 2015.The Greek government submitted legislation to parliament on Tuesday required by its international lenders to start talks on a multi-billion euro rescue package. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has until Wednesday night to get those measures adopted in the assembly. A first set of reforms triggered a rebellion in his party last week and passed only thanks to votes from pro-EU opposition parties. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
JAPAN-SECURITY/ABE-BILLS
RTX1KB7B
July 15, 2015
Yasukazu Hamada (2nd R), chairman of the Lower House Special Committee on on Security, shouts as he is...
Tokyo, Japan
Hamada, chairman of the Lower House Special Committee on on Security, shouts as he is surrounded by opposition...
Yasukazu Hamada (2nd R), chairman of the Lower House Special Committee on on Security, shouts as he is surrounded by opposition lawmakers during a vote on on the security-related legislation at the parliament in Tokyo July 15, 2015. Legislation to implement a dramatic change in Japanese defence policy that could allow troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two was approved by a lower house panel on Wednesday, despite opposition from a majority of ordinary voters. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR4S269
March 04, 2015
People wait in line to watch arguments on the Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court building in Washington...
Washington, UNITED STATES
People wait in line to watch arguments on the Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court building in Washington...
People wait in line to watch arguments on the Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR4S245
March 04, 2015
Anti-Obamacare demonstrators affiliated with the Tea Party Patriots demonstrate at the Supreme Court...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Anti-Obamacare demonstrators affiliated with the Tea Party Patriots demonstrate at the Supreme Court...
Anti-Obamacare demonstrators affiliated with the Tea Party Patriots demonstrate at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
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March 04, 2015
Devon Fagel (L), a physician and cancer survivor, argues in favor of Obamacare with Phil Kerpen (R),...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Fagel argues in favor of Obamacare with Kerpen in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington
Devon Fagel (L), a physician and cancer survivor, argues in favor of Obamacare with Phil Kerpen (R), who was part of a Tea Party Patriots demonstration against the health care law, in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR4S23G
March 04, 2015
Jumaane Cook (bottom R), age 5, of Cleveland, Ohio stands with his father James Cook (obscured, holding...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Jumaane Cook stands with his father as they join Obamacare supporters demonstrating at the Supreme Court...
Jumaane Cook (bottom R), age 5, of Cleveland, Ohio stands with his father James Cook (obscured, holding sign at R) as they join Obamacare supporters demonstrating at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR4S22S
March 04, 2015
Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius (C) walks between demonstrators as...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius walks between demonstrators as she...
Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius (C) walks between demonstrators as she arrives at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
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March 04, 2015
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR4S220
March 04, 2015
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015....
Washington, UNITED STATES
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington
Demonstrators in favor of Obamacare gather at the Supreme Court building in Washington March 4, 2015. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday a second major legal attack on President Barack Obama's healthcare law, with conservative challengers taking aim at a pivotal part of the statute that authorizes tax subsidies to help people afford insurance. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
SPAIN-ANNIVERSARY/
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March 01, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

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RONDA, Spain
A family plays soccer in a field during Andalusia Day festivities on the outskirts of Ronda, near Malaga...
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN

A family plays soccer in a field during Dia de Andalucia (Andalusia Day) festivities on the outskirts of Ronda, near Malaga February 28, 2015. The day marks the February 28, 1980 referendum on the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia, when the Andalusian electorate voted for the statute that made Andalusia an autonomous community of Spain. Many choose to spend the day enjoying music and traditional food with family and friends. Picture taken February 28. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTR3W3AJ
June 27, 2014
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTR3W3AH
June 27, 2014
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-COURT/ABORTION
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June 27, 2014
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTR3W3AA
June 27, 2014
An abortion protester holds a sign and a rosary as he stands on the former buffer zone line in front...
Boston, UNITED STATES
An abortion protester holds a sign and a rosary as he stands on the former buffer zone line in front...
An abortion protester holds a sign and a rosary as he stands on the former buffer zone line in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY HEALTH RELIGION)
USA-COURT/ABORTION
RTR3W38O
June 27, 2014
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston
Abortion protesters stand in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 2014. The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to anti-abortion activists on Thursday by making it harder for states to enact laws aimed at helping patients entering abortion clinics to avoid protesters, striking down a Massachusetts statute that had created a no-entry zone. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
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