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CONGODEMOCRATIC-STREETCHILDREN/
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March 13, 2016
Youths play soccer in the rain at the Ndako ya Biso (Our House) refugee centre for street children in...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Youths play soccer in the rain at the Ndako ya Biso refugee centre for street children in the Democratic...
Youths play soccer in the rain at the Ndako ya Biso (Our House) refugee centre for street children in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, February 5, 2016. Picture taken February 5, 2016. REUTERS/Aaron Ross
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5Y
January 08, 2007
Zahir Shah who washes cars eats free food outside a restaurant in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
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Zahir Shah who washes cars eats free food outside a restaurant in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi January 6, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 6, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5X
January 08, 2007
Zahir Shah, who works as a car washer, eats free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007....
Karachi, Pakistan
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Zahir Shah, who works as a car washer, eats free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 6, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5U
January 08, 2007
Street children who work as car washers eat free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007....
Karachi, Pakistan
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Street children who work as car washers eat free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 6, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5T
January 08, 2007
Street children who work as car washers eat free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007....
Karachi, Pakistan
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Street children who work as car washers eat free food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 6, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5S
January 08, 2007
A boy sells old books by a road in Karachi January 7, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags...
Karachi, Pakistan
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A boy sells old books by a road in Karachi January 7, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 7, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5Q
January 08, 2007
A boy, with his monkey, eats his food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 7, 2007. Breathing in fumes...
Karachi, Pakistan
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A boy, with his monkey, eats his food outside a restaurant in Karachi January 7, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 7, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5L
January 08, 2007
A waiter distributes free food to some street children outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007....
Karachi, Pakistan
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A waiter distributes free food to some street children outside a restaurant in Karachi January 6, 2007. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken January 6, 2007. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Zahid Hussein (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5I
January 08, 2007
Abdul Karim, a scruffy-haired boy who is among a fortunate few to have kicked the habit of sniffing glue,...
Karachi, Pakistan
To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
Abdul Karim, a scruffy-haired boy who is among a fortunate few to have kicked the habit of sniffing glue, sits in a centre of the Azad Foundation and UNICEF in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken December 28, 2006. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5D
January 08, 2007
A teacher volunteer interacts with street children at a drop-in centre of the Azad Foundation and UNICEF...
Karachi, Pakistan
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A teacher volunteer interacts with street children at a drop-in centre of the Azad Foundation and UNICEF in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. Picture taken December 28, 2006. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5C
January 08, 2007
A volunteer teacher interacts with streetchildren at a drop in centre of the Azad Foundation and UNICEF...
Karachi, Pakistan
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A volunteer teacher interacts with streetchildren at a drop in centre of the Azad Foundation and UNICEF in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. The centre provides shelter, medical help and food to the streetchildren and runs a detoxification programme for those hooked on glue sniffing. Picture taken December 28, 2006. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/
RTR1KZ5A
January 08, 2007
Fifteen-year-old Akram (R) sits at the Edhi Welfare Centre in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in...
Karachi, Pakistan
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Fifteen-year-old Akram (R) sits at the Edhi Welfare Centre in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. The welfare centre provides shelter, medical help and food to street children and runs a detoxification programme for those hooked on glue sniffing. Picture taken December 28, 2006. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
AROYO
RTXKJQF
June 09, 2001
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo offers cotton candy to reporters during a gathering for...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo offers cotton candy to reporters during a gathering for.....
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo offers cotton candy to reporters during a gathering for the Parent Enrichment Service (PES) program at the Malacanang presidential group palace in Manila June 9, 2001. The PES is a program designed for parents of community based street children in urban poor settings or informal settlers, which provides educational assistance for streetchildren, parental seminars and self-employment opportunites for families.
PHILIPPINES
RTRJC4N
June 09, 2001
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo offers cotton candy to reporters during a gathering for...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO OFFERS COTTON CANDY TO REPORTERS IN MANILA.
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo offers cotton candy to reporters during a gathering for the Parent Enrichment Service (PES) program at the Malacanang presidential group palace in Manila June 9, 2001. The PES is a program designed for parents of community based street children in urban poor settings or informal settlers, which provides educational assistance for streetchildren, parental seminars and self-employment opportunites for families.

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INDIA
RTR5NXX
June 26, 2000
CALCUTTA,INDIA,26JUN00-Children hold posters against drug abuse during a rally in the eastern Indian...
Calcutta, Republic of India
CHILDREN HOLD POSTERS AGAINST DRUG ABUSE DURING A RALLY IN CALCUTTA.
CALCUTTA,INDIA,26JUN00-Children hold posters against drug abuse during a rally in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta on June 26. More than a hundred schoolchildren and streetchildren took part in the rally to observe the international anti-drug day.

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MEXICO STREETCHILDREN
RTRTCG4
December 15, 1999
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - A 12-year-old girl plays with her one-year-old child in...
Mexico City, Mexico
A YOUNG MEXICAN GIRL PLAYS WITH HER CHILD IN A STRETCHILDREN SHELTER.
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - A 12-year-old girl plays with her one-year-old child in a streetchildren shelter, December 8 in Mexico City. The fate for thousands of Mexican children who flee abuse at home is only to find unthinkable levels of exploitation in the street. Many are trapped into prostitution and drug abuse virtually from the moment they leave home, where they had faced physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Conservative estimates say there are more than 13,000 "street children" in Mexico City, 90 percent of whom become victims of some type of sexual abuse.

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MEXICO STREETCHILDREN
RTRTCFY
December 15, 1999
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - Mexican children of young streetgirls play around in the...
Mexico City, Mexico
CHILDREN OF YOUNG STREETGIRLS PLAY IN CASA DAYA SHELTER.
TO MATCH WITH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - Mexican children of young streetgirls play around in the Casa Daya shelter, December 8 in Mexico City. The fate for thousands of Mexican children who flee abuse at home is only to find unthinkable levels of exploitation in the street. Many are trapped into prostitution and drug abuse virtually from the moment they leave home, where they had faced physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Conservative estimates say there are more than 13,000 "street children" in Mexico City, 90 percent of whom become victims of some type of sexual abuse.

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MEXICO FEATURE
RTRTCEK
December 15, 1999
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - Mexican children of young streetgirls play around in the Casa...
Mexico City, Mexico
CHILDREN OF YOUNG STREETGIRLS PLAY IN CASA DAYA SHELTER.
TO MATCH STORY BC-MEXICO-STREETCHILDREN - Mexican children of young streetgirls play around in the Casa Daya shelter, December 8 in Mexico City. The fate for thousands of Mexican children who flee abuse at home is only to find unthinkable levels of exploitation in the street. Many are trapped into prostitution and drug abuse virtually from the moment they leave home, where they had faced physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Conservative estimates say there are more than 13,000 "street children" in Mexico City, 90 percent of whom become victims of some type of sexual abuse.

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SPORT BASEBALL
RTR13COY
December 04, 1999
Tadahito Iguchi of the Japanese major league champion Daiei Hawks baseball team, gives pointers to Filipino...
Laguna, Philippines - Republic of
TADAHITO IGUCHI GIVE POINTERS TO A FILIPINO STREETCHILDREN HOW TO HIT A BALL IN LOS BANOS.
Tadahito Iguchi of the Japanese major league champion Daiei Hawks baseball team, gives pointers to Filipino children on how to hit the ball during a clinic at the University of the Philippines in Los Banos, Laguna, south of Manila December 4. Iguchi with another Japanese slugger Koji Akiyama (not in photo) are in Manila to conduct baseball clinics.

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PHILIPPINES
RTRPLYY
May 30, 1999
A Filipino streetchild hops his way to victory line as a fellow streetchild falls in the sack race event...
Manila, Philippines
A FILIPINO STREETCHILD HOPS HIS WAY TO VICTORY LINE IN MANILA.
A Filipino streetchild hops his way to victory line as a fellow streetchild falls in the sack race event of the "Streetchildren Olympics" at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila May 30. The event was organized by the Department of Social Welfare and Development to step up its efforts to keep streetchildren away from drugs.

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INDONESIA
RTXHS8F
December 21, 1998
Indonesian streetchildren recite the Moslem holy Koran in Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque December 21....
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian streetchildren recite the Moslem holy Koran in Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque December 21.....
Indonesian streetchildren recite the Moslem holy Koran in Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque December 21. The children are taking part in a special programme organised by a private foundation to teach them Islamic teachings during the Ramadan fasting month. Indonesia is the world's most populous Moslem country. During the fasting month, which will end with the Eid al-Fitr celebrations in January, Moslems avoid food and drink from sunrise to sunset.
INDONESIA
RTRKK90
December 21, 1998
Indonesian streetchildren recite the Moslem holy Koran in Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque December 21....
Jakarta, Indonesia
INDONESIAN STREETCHILDREN RECITE THE MOSLEM HOLY KORAN IN JAKARTA.
Indonesian streetchildren recite the Moslem holy Koran in Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque December 21. The children are taking part in a special programme organised by a private foundation to teach them Islamic teachings during the Ramadan fasting month. Indonesia is the world's most populous Moslem country. During the fasting month, which will end with the Eid al-Fitr celebrations in January, Moslems avoid food and drink from sunrise to sunset.

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PHILIPPINES
RTRKFTO
December 17, 1998
A Filipino child refuses to have her picture taken while begging for alms in Manila December 17. The...
Manila, Philippines
A FILIPINO CHILD REFUSES TO HAVE HER PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN MANILA.
A Filipino child refuses to have her picture taken while begging for alms in Manila December 17. The Department of Social Welfare advised the public not to give alms to streetchildren and other beggars in Manila's streets to discourage them from relying on other people for their welfare.

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PHILIPPINES
RTRK243
December 06, 1998
A Filipino child beats an empty can of milk serving as a drum as he and two other streetchildren sing...
Manila, Philippines
STREETCHILDREN SING SONGS FOR COMMUTERS TO BEG ON A MANILA STREET.
A Filipino child beats an empty can of milk serving as a drum as he and two other streetchildren sing Christmas songs to beg for alms from commuters in a busy Manila street December 6. The children say more people dish out money due to the start of the Christmas season in Asia's predominantly Roman Catholic nation.

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FEATURE PHILIPPINES
RTRK21G
December 06, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-PHILIPPINES-STREETKIDS - Filipino streetchildren play a game during a teach-in...
Manila, Philippines
STREETCHILDREN PLAY A GAME DURING A TEACH-IN.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-PHILIPPINES-STREETKIDS - Filipino streetchildren play a game during a teach-in seminar with Medecins Sans Frontieres, a non government organization. They are among the streetchildren living inside a Manila cemetery. Ghosts hold no fear for Manila's children of the graves, who survive by living amongst the dead. The children sniff glue in a bid to starve off the pain of hunger and abandonment. Manila has an estimated 75,000 abandoned children living on the street. Picture taken 28NOV98.

EDC/TAN/SB
RTR76C8
September 26, 1997
A Filipino street child adjusts his earphone while his friends read a airways flight instruction book...
Philippines
FILIPINO STREETCHILDREN ADJUSTS HIS EARPHONE IN MANILA
A Filipino street child adjusts his earphone while his friends read a airways flight instruction book after boarding a British Airways airplane for their "fun flight" over the main Luzon island at the Manila International airport September 27. The fun flight was organised to give the children the chance to experience the joy of flying.

PHILIPPINES
RTR671P
August 30, 1997
Visiting British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook (R) talks to Filipino street children during his visit...
Philippines
BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY ROBIN COOK TALKS TO FILIPINO STREETCHILDREN
Visiting British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook (R) talks to Filipino street children during his visit at a centre for abused and abandoned children in Manila August 30. "Sex abuse of children is an unforgivable crime. The British government deplores sex abuse of any kind and I am determined to protect the rights of the child wherever they are violated," Cook told reporters.

PHILIPPINES BRITAIN
RTR671K
August 30, 1997
Filipino streetchildren shake the hands of visiting British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook during his visit...
Philippines
FILIPINO STREET CHILDREN GREET BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY COOK
Filipino streetchildren shake the hands of visiting British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook during his visit at a centre for abused and abandoned children in Manila August 30. Cook and Philippine Foreign Secretary Domingo Siazon agreed on measures that will crack down on foreign nationals who travel to the Philippines to have sex with children. This includes a major training programme to boost the Philippine National Police's (PNP) capability for dealing with cases on child abuse and violence against women.

PHILIPPINES BRITAIN
BRAZIL
RTXGV43
May 03, 1996
A judge sentences April 30 a Brazilian policeman (lower center) to 309 years in jail for his part in...
A judge sentences April 30 a Brazilian policeman (lower center) to 309 years in jail for his part in.....
A judge sentences April 30 a Brazilian policeman (lower center) to 309 years in jail for his part in the murder of eight streetchildren nearly three years ago. The trial which took place in Rio de Janeiro near to the scene of the massacre at the Candelaria church ended on April 30
PELE
RTXFQ6H
October 05, 1995
Soccer superstar Pele, who is now Brazil's Sports Minister, joins hands with streetchildren at a meeting...
Soccer superstar Pele, who is now Brazil's Sports Minister, joins hands with streetchildren at a mee.....
Soccer superstar Pele, who is now Brazil's Sports Minister, joins hands with streetchildren at a meeting in Brasilia on October 5 with representatives of homeless minors in the country's cities.The meeting, held in a circus tent in park in the capital, called for improved access to education for street children
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