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GLOBAL-TRADE/
RTX6CWRN
July 26, 2018
A Maersk Line container ship is pictured while steam rises from the Doel nuclear plant at the port of...
Antwerp, Belgium
A Maersk Line container ship is pictured at the port of Antwerp
A Maersk Line container ship is pictured while steam rises from the Doel nuclear plant at the port of Antwerp, Belgium July 26, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
SPAIN-TRANSPORT/
RTS1VZ45
July 09, 2018
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture...
ZAHORA, Spain
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture taken June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN-TRANSPORT/
RTS1VZ43
July 09, 2018
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture...
ZAHORA, Spain
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture taken June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN-TRANSPORT/
RTS1VZ42
July 09, 2018
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture...
ZAHORA, Spain
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture taken June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
SPAIN-TRANSPORT/
RTS1VZ3N
July 09, 2018
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture...
ZAHORA, Spain
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora
A cargo ship steams on the Atlantic Ocean as the sun sets near Zahora, Spain, June 28, 2018. Picture taken June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna
HANJIN SHIPPING-DEBT/CONTAINERS
RTSNSU1
September 15, 2016
The container ship Hanjin Greece steams through San Francisco Bay toward the port of Oakland in Oakland,...
Oakland, UNITED STATES
The container ship Hanjin Greece steams through San Francisco Bay toward the port of Oakland in Oakland...
The container ship Hanjin Greece steams through San Francisco Bay toward the port of Oakland in Oakland, California U.S. September 14, 2016. South Korean shipper Hanjin has filed for bankruptcy and the ship is nearly empty of containers. . REUTERS/Peter Henderson
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNZT
March 31, 2015
A door below deck is pictured during the decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
A door below deck is pictured during decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for amphibious...
A door below deck is pictured during the decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNZS
March 31, 2015
The crew of the USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during a decommissioning ceremony at...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
The crew of USS Peleliu depart ship for final time during decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San...
The crew of the USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNZR
March 31, 2015
USS Peleliu captain Paul Spedero speaks to his sailors and dignitaries during a decommissioning ceremony...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
USS Peleliu captain Paul Spedero speaks to sailors and dignitaries during decommissioning ceremony at...
USS Peleliu captain Paul Spedero speaks to his sailors and dignitaries during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUZ
March 31, 2015
Current and former sailors salute during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Current and former sailors salute during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious...
Current and former sailors salute during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY
RTR4VNUV
March 31, 2015
The colors are retired during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Colors are retired during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault...
The colors are retired during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUU
March 31, 2015
A former sailor who served aboard the Peleliu listens to Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speak during a...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Former sailor who served aboard the Peleliu listens to Rear Admiral Hitchcock speak during a decommissioning...
A former sailor who served aboard the Peleliu listens to Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speak during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUK
March 31, 2015
Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Rear Admiral Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning...
Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUH
March 31, 2015
Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Rear Admiral Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning...
Rear Admiral Marcus Hitchcock speaks to the crew and former crews of the USS Peleliu during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUF
March 31, 2015
Former sailors and crew of the USS Peleliu bow their heads in prayer during the decommissioning ceremony...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Former sailors and crew of the USS Peleliu bow their heads in prayer during the decommissioning ceremony...
Former sailors and crew of the USS Peleliu bow their heads in prayer during the decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNUB
March 31, 2015
The crew of the USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during a decommissioning ceremony at...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Crew of the USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval...
The crew of the USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNTV
March 31, 2015
The crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during its decommissioning...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
The crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during its decommissioning...
The crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart their ship for the final time during its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNTT
March 31, 2015
Rear Admiral Hitchcock cheers the crew and former crews of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu during...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Rear Admiral Hitchcock cheers the crew and former crews of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu during...
Rear Admiral Hitchcock cheers the crew and former crews of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu during its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNTO
March 31, 2015
Officers, sailors and former crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart the ship during its decommissioning...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Officers, sailors and former crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart the ship during its decommissioning...
Officers, sailors and former crew of amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu depart the ship during its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNTN
March 31, 2015
A naval officer waves as he departs the USS Peleliu following a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Naval officer waves as he departs the USS Peleliu following a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base...
A naval officer waves as he departs the USS Peleliu following a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNSL
March 31, 2015
The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu is pictured following its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu is pictured following its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base...
The amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu is pictured following its decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-MILITARY/
RTR4VNS2
March 31, 2015
Rear Admiral Fernandez Ponds (R) is welcomed onboard during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Rear Admiral Ponds is welcomed onboard during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for...
Rear Admiral Fernandez Ponds (R) is welcomed onboard during a decommissioning ceremony at Naval Base San Diego for the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu in San Diego, California March 31, 2015. During its 35 years of service, the Peleliu deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles, according to the Navy. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-WEATHER/
RTR4KLDX
January 08, 2015
A ship travels north on the Hudson river past the Manhattan borough of New York City, as steam rises...
New York, UNITED STATES
A ship travels north on the Hudson river past the Manhattan borough of New York City, as steam rises...
A ship travels north on the Hudson river past the Manhattan borough of New York City, as steam rises from buildings in frigid temperatures on Thursday morning, January 8, 2015. Schools in Chicago, Boston and other large cities closed on Thursday as sub-zero temperatures and bitter winds gripped central and eastern U.S. for a third day and meteorologists warned there was little relief in sight. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3Z6E3
July 18, 2014
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out near a being-built patrol ship of the coastguard...
Danang, Vietnam
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out near a being-built patrol ship of the coastguard...
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out near a being-built patrol ship of the coastguard force at a shipyard in Danang city July 14, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of the Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3Z6D9
July 18, 2014
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give...
Mid-Sea
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give...
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give chase to Vietnamese ships that came close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3Z6D6
July 18, 2014
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels (not pictured) after they came within...
Mid-Sea
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels after they came within 10 nautical...
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels (not pictured) after they came within 10 nautical miles of the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3Z6CY
July 18, 2014
A Chinese navy frigate is seen on the horizon in waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam...
Mid-Sea
A Chinese navy frigate is seen on the horizon in waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam...
A Chinese navy frigate is seen on the horizon in waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms poured out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as the imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken on July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTFD
July 16, 2014
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 monitor radar of Chinese ships in disputed waters close to...
Mid-Sea
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 monitor radar of Chinese ships in disputed waters close to...
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 monitor radar of Chinese ships in disputed waters close to China's Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014.
Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. China vehemently denies mobilising military ships in the waters, but among the crew aboard CG 8003, those protestations do not carry much weight. Earlier on Tuesday, men gathered around a radar screen in the control room as others on deck peered through binoculars and took video footage of Chinese vessels clustering on the horizon. A television screen picked out one of two grey-coloured Chinese frigates in the distance, with what appeared to be small missiles launchers at the stern. Photo taken on July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTF8
July 16, 2014
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 plot coordinates on a map, in disputed waters close to the...
Mid-Sea
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 plot coordinates on map, in disputed waters close to Haiyang...
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 plot coordinates on a map, in disputed waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. China vehemently denies mobilising military ships in the waters, but among the crew aboard CG 8003, those protestations do not carry much weight. Earlier on Tuesday, men gathered around a radar screen in the control room as others on deck peered through binoculars and took video footage of Chinese vessels clustering on the horizon. A television screen picked out one of two grey-coloured Chinese frigates in the distance, with what appeared to be small missiles launchers at the stern. Photo taken on July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTF1
July 16, 2014
A Chinese navy frigate is seen on the horizon in waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam...
Mid-Sea
Chinese navy frigate is seen on horizon in waters close to Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981,...
A Chinese navy frigate is seen on the horizon in waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. China vehemently denies mobilising military ships in the waters, but among the crew aboard CG 8003, those protestations do not carry much weight. Earlier on Tuesday, men gathered around a radar screen in the control room as others on deck peered through binoculars and took video footage of Chinese vessels clustering on the horizon. A television screen picked out one of two grey-coloured Chinese frigates in the distance, with what appeared to be small missiles launchers at the stern. Photo taken on July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MILITARY MARITIME)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTET
July 16, 2014
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 look at a Chinese navy frigate on a screen, in disputed waters...
Martinique
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 look at Chinese navy frigate on screen, in disputed waters...
Crewmen aboard Vietnam coastguard ship 8003 look at a Chinese navy frigate on a screen, in disputed waters close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. China vehemently denies mobilising military ships in the waters, but among the crew aboard CG 8003, those protestations do not carry much weight. Earlier on Tuesday, men gathered around a radar screen in the control room as others on deck peered through binoculars and took video footage of Chinese vessels clustering on the horizon. A television screen picked out one of two grey-coloured Chinese frigates in the distance, with what appeared to be small missiles launchers at the stern. Photo taken on July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTEB
July 16, 2014
Chinese ships are seen on the horizon guarding the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil...
Mid-Sea
Chinese ships are seen on the horizon guarding the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil...
Chinese ships are seen on the horizon guarding the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig (2nd R) in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MARITIME ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTE4
July 16, 2014
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give...
Mid-Sea
A crewman from Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give chase...
A crewman from the Vietnamese coastguard ship 8003 looks out at sea as Chinese coastguard vessels give chase to Vietnamese ships that came close to the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
CHINA-VIETNAM/RIG
RTR3YTDZ
July 16, 2014
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels (not pictured) after they came within...
Mid-Sea
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels after they came within 10 nautical...
Chinese coastguard ships give chase to Vietnamese coastguard vessels (not pictured) after they came within 10 nautical miles of the Haiyang Shiyou 981, known in Vietnam as HD-981, oil rig in the South China Sea, July 15, 2014. Crewmen in blue camouflage uniforms pour out onto the deck of a Vietnamese coastguard ship as an imposing Chinese vessel guarding a giant oil rig gives chase, gathering steam by the second. A group of Chinese ships joined the pursuit, peeling away from a flotilla of about two-dozen vessels surrounding HD-981, the $1 billion rig that China deployed without notice in early May, triggering the worst breakdown in ties between the communist neighbours in three decades. Vietnam says this stretch of the South China Sea is in its 200-nautical mile exclusive economic zone and accuses China of bullying and trying to ram Vietnamese fishing vessels in the potentially energy-rich waters. China claims about nine-tenths of the South China Sea but insists it wants a peaceful resolution to the conflict. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Martin Petty (MID-SEA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY CIVIL UNREST MARITIME MILITARY)
USA/
RTX17A84
January 12, 2014
A cruise ship makes its way past New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center as steam rises...
multiple cities, UNITED STATES
A cruise ship makes its way past New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center as steam rises...
A cruise ship makes its way past New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center as steam rises from the Hudson River as seen from Hoboken, New Jersey, January 11, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CES/
RTX173KK
January 06, 2014
BeeWi BBH300 headphones are displayed during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event to the annual Consumer...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
BeeWi BBH300 headphones are displayed during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event to the annual Consumer...
BeeWi BBH300 headphones are displayed during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event to the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 5, 2014. The headphones steam music from a smartphone or MP3 player but can also forward the music to a stereo when attached to a docking station. The $300 headphones are expected to ship in a few weeks, a representative said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140RD
September 26, 2013
View of the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert...
Antwerp, Belgium
View of the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp
View of the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, reacts during a visit to the "Millions of People,...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, reacts during a visit to the "Millions of People, One...
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, reacts during a visit to the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, gestures as she looks at photos during a visit...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, gestures as she looks at photos during a visit to the...
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, gestures as she looks at photos during a visit to the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, looks at photos during a visit to the "Millions...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, looks at photos during a visit to the "Millions of People,...
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, looks at photos during a visit to the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
(L-R) Linda Emmet, Caroline Bourgois-Emmet and Emily Emmet, daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer...
Antwerp, Belgium
The daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer Berlin look at Berlin's piano during a visit to the...
(L-R) Linda Emmet, Caroline Bourgois-Emmet and Emily Emmet, daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, look at Berlin's piano during a visit to the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, reacts while looking at her father's piano during...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Berlin, reacts while looking at her father's piano during a visit to...
Linda Emmet, daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, reacts while looking at her father's piano during a visit to at the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
Linda Emmet (L) and Caroline Bourgois-Emmet (R), daughter and grand-daughter of U.S. composer Irving...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet and Bourgois-Emmet, daughter and grand-daughter of U.S. composer Berlin, sit next to Berlin's piano...
Linda Emmet (L) and Caroline Bourgois-Emmet (R), daughter and grand-daughter of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, sit next to Berlin's piano while visiting "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
(L-R) Linda Emmet, Caroline Bourgois-Emmet and Emily Emmet, daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer...
Antwerp, Belgium
Emmet, Bourgois-Emmet and Emmet, daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer Berlin, sit next to Berlin's...
(L-R) Linda Emmet, Caroline Bourgois-Emmet and Emily Emmet, daughter and grand-daughters of U.S. composer Irving Berlin, sit next to Berlin's piano while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 26, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140QB
September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, walks past photos at the "Millions of People,...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, walks past photos at the "Millions of People, One Dream"...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, walks past photos at the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140Q8
September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, poses next to a photo of the Belgenland, which...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, poses next to a photo of the Belgenland while visiting the...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, poses next to a photo of the Belgenland, which German-born physicist Albert Einstein travelled on, while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, smiles while visiting the "Millions of People,...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, smiles while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream"...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, smiles while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to a photo of the Belgenland, which...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to a photo of the Belgenland, which German-born physicist...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to a photo of the Belgenland, which German-born physicist Albert Einstein once travelled on, while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, looks at a document belonging to her family...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, looks at a document belonging to her family while visiting...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, looks at a document belonging to her family while visiting the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken on September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting the "Millions...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140PI
September 26, 2013
The entrance of the Red Star Line Museum is seen in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that...
Antwerp, Belgium
The entrance of the Red Star Line Museum is seen in Antwerp
The entrance of the Red Star Line Museum is seen in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140PB
September 26, 2013
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting...
Antwerp, Belgium
U.S. author Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting the "Millions...
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to photos of her parents while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
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September 26, 2013
US author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, smiles as she stands next to a photo taken of...
Antwerp, Belgium
US author Fuentes smiles as she stands next to a photo taken of her when she was five years old while...
US author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, smiles as she stands next to a photo taken of her when she was five years old while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken on September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME ENTERTAINMENT)
BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE
RTX140OQ
September 26, 2013
The shadow of a visitor is seen while he watches a movie showing emigrants at the "Millions of People,...
Antwerp, Belgium
The shadow of a visitor is seen while he watches a movie showing emigrants at the "Millions of People,...
The shadow of a visitor is seen while he watches a movie showing emigrants at the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Albert Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME)
CANADA/
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August 15, 2013
A worker holds a cup of heavy oil before it is shipped to the market at the Cenovus Energy Christina...
CONKLIN, Canada
A worker holds a cup of heavy oil before it is shipped to the market at the Cenovus Energy Christina...
A worker holds a cup of heavy oil before it is shipped to the market at the Cenovus Energy Christina Lake Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) project 120 km (74 miles) south of Fort McMurray, Alberta, August 15, 2013. Cenovus currently produces 100,000 barrels of heavy oil per day at their Christina Lake tar sands project. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CHINA-CRUISE/
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August 15, 2013
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite the Pudong financial...
Shanghai, China
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal in Shanghai
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite the Pudong financial area, in Shanghai August 11, 2013. China has steamed into the cruise industry with new terminals - along with big plans for more facilities and a luxury ship - to bring more foreign tourists ashore and capitalise on domestic travellers who want to sail the high seas. Since cruise tourism was introduced in China less than 10 years ago, five terminals have been built at an estimated cost of more than 4.5 billion yuan ($735 million). Three more are under construction and another six are in the pipeline. Picture taken August 11, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CHINA-CRUISE/
RTX12LX3
August 15, 2013
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite the Pudong financial...
Shanghai, China
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal in Shanghai
A cruise ship is docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite the Pudong financial area, in Shanghai August 11, 2013. China has steamed into the cruise industry with new terminals - along with big plans for more facilities and a luxury ship - to bring more foreign tourists ashore and capitalise on domestic travellers who want to sail the high seas. Since cruise tourism was introduced in China less than 10 years ago, five terminals have been built at an estimated cost of more than 4.5 billion yuan ($735 million). Three more are under construction and another six are in the pipeline. Picture taken August 11, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CHINA-CRUISE/
RTX12LX1
August 15, 2013
A man walks in front of a cruise ship docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite...
Shanghai, China
A man walks in front of a cruise ship docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal in Shanghai...
A man walks in front of a cruise ship docked in Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, opposite the Pudong financial area, in Shanghai August 11, 2013. China has steamed into the cruise industry with new terminals - along with big plans for more facilities and a luxury ship - to bring more foreign tourists ashore and capitalise on domestic travellers who want to sail the high seas. Since cruise tourism was introduced in China less than 10 years ago, five terminals have been built at an estimated cost of more than 4.5 billion yuan ($735 million). Three more are under construction and another six are in the pipeline. Picture taken August 11, 2013. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CHINA-CRUISE/
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August 15, 2013
A man travels by ferry and sails past Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, which is under construction at the site...
Hong Kong, China
A man travels by ferry and sails past Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong
A man travels by ferry and sails past Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, which is under construction at the site of the former Kai Tak Airport, in Hong Kong August 12, 2013. China has steamed into the cruise industry with new terminals - along with big plans for more facilities and a luxury ship - to bring more foreign tourists ashore and capitalise on domestic travellers wanting to sail the high seas. But industry experts see trouble for the government-led initiative costing billions of dollars, including construction of lavish facilites that are losing money, lack of proper planning, high port fees for ships and inefficient cruise facilities with long delays to clear customs. Picture taken August 12, 2013. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL TRANSPORT)
CHINA-CRUISE/
RTX12LWW
August 15, 2013
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is seen under construction at the site of the former Kai Tak Airport in Hong...
Hong Kong, China
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is seen under construction in Hong Kong
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is seen under construction at the site of the former Kai Tak Airport in Hong Kong August 12, 2013. China has steamed into the cruise industry with new terminals - along with big plans for more facilities and a luxury ship - to bring more foreign tourists ashore and capitalise on domestic travellers wanting to sail the high seas.
But industry experts see trouble for the government-led initiative costing billions of dollars, including construction of lavish facilites that are losing money, lack of proper planning, high port fees for ships and inefficient cruise facilities with long delays to clear customs.
Picture taken August 12, 2013. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION TRANSPORT TRAVEL)
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