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USA-WILDFIRES/
RTXGGEOK 
August 30, 2021 
Darob Baker (right), 30, a fire engineer with the El Dorado County Fire Department, and his colleagues,... 
CHRISTMAS VALLEY, UNITED STATES 
The Caldor Fire threatens Tahoe 
Darob Baker (right), 30, a fire engineer with the El Dorado County Fire Department, and his colleagues, Matt Ziebarth, 45, and fire captain Rob Sime, 44, work on structure protection along Santa Clause Drive as flames from the Caldor Fire burn through trees in Christmas Valley near South Lake Tahoe, California, U.S., August 30, 2021. REUTERS/Brittany Hosea-Small TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
LEBANON-SECURITY/BLAST-BUILDINGS
RTX7OQK3 
August 10, 2020 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building structure safety of Sursock Museum, following Tuesday's blast, in Beirut, Lebanon August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
LEBANON-SECURITY/BLAST-BUILDINGS
RTX7OQK5 
August 10, 2020 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building structure safety of Sursock Museum, following Tuesday's blast, in Beirut, Lebanon August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
LEBANON-SECURITY/BLAST-BUILDINGS
RTX7OQK6 
August 10, 2020 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building... 
A team from the German Federal Agency for Technical Relief, assist Lebanese engineers in assessing building structure safety of Sursock Museum, following Tuesday's blast, in Beirut, Lebanon August 10, 2020. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
SPACE-EXPLORATION/MOON-NEW YORK
RTX7003S 
July 17, 2019 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the... 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the Apollo missions stands in front of a testing version of the module at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York, U.S., July 17, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson 
SPACE-EXPLORATION/MOON-NEW YORK
RTX7003Q 
July 17, 2019 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the... 
Former Grumman Aircraft structural engineer Ross Brocco who helped to build the Lunar Modules for the Apollo missions poses in front of a mockup of the interior of the modules at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, New York, U.S., July 17, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson 
SPACE-EXPLORATION/CHINA-STARTUPS
RTX6V1JH 
May 09, 2019 
General structural engineer Wan Mei works before a test launch of LinkSpace’s reusable rocket RLV-T5,... 
LONGKOU, China 
General structural engineer Wan Mei works before a test launch of LinkSpace’s reusable rocket RLV-T5... 
General structural engineer Wan Mei works before a test launch of LinkSpace’s reusable rocket RLV-T5, also known as NewLine Baby, at the company's development site in Longkou, Shandong province, China, April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee 
ITALY-MOTORWAY/COLLAPSE-GERMANY
RTS1XKCB 
August 16, 2018 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
ITALY-MOTORWAY/COLLAPSE-GERMANY
RTS1XKC8 
August 16, 2018 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
ITALY-MOTORWAY/COLLAPSE-GERMANY
RTS1XKBY 
August 16, 2018 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
ITALY-MOTORWAY/COLLAPSE-GERMANY
RTS1XKBX 
August 16, 2018 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
ITALY-MOTORWAY/COLLAPSE-GERMANY
RTS1XKAZ 
August 16, 2018 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden 
The highway bridge Salzbachtalbruecke at the A 66 motorway is pictured near Wiesbaden, Germany, August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski 
SCIENCE-PLASTIC/ENZYME
RTX5RLQZ 
April 17, 2018 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment... 
DIDCOT, United Kingdom 
Professor John McGeehan, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source in Didcot 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source, the UK national synchrotron, that he used to reveal the atomic structure of an enzyme his team has subsequently engineered that can digest a common form of plastic and may in future help in the fight against pollution, in Didcot, Britain, April 13, 2018. Picture taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Stuart McDill 
SCIENCE-PLASTIC/ENZYME
RTX5RLQU 
April 17, 2018 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment... 
DIDCOT, United Kingdom 
Professor John McGeehan, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source in Didcot 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source, the UK national synchrotron, that he used to reveal the atomic structure of an enzyme his team has subsequently engineered that can digest a common form of plastic and may in future help in the fight against pollution, in Didcot, Britain, April 13, 2018. Picture taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Stuart McDill 
SCIENCE-PLASTIC/ENZYME
RTX5RLQQ 
April 17, 2018 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment... 
DIDCOT, United Kingdom 
Professor John McGeehan, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source in Didcot 
Professor John McGeehan, an X-ray Crystallographer at the University of Portsmouth, stands next to equipment at the Diamond Light Source, the UK national synchrotron, that he used to reveal the atomic structure of an enzyme his team has subsequently engineered that can digest a common form of plastic and may in future help in the fight against pollution, in Didcot, Britain, April 13, 2018. Picture taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Stuart McDill 
USA-GRAINS/INFRASTRUCTURE
RTX3LI4I 
December 05, 2017 
Towboats and barges wait during lock delays at Locks 52 and 53 on the Ohio River in Cairo, Illinois,... 
Cairo, UNITED STATES 
Towboats and barges wait during lock delays at Locks 52 and 53 on the Ohio River in Cairo 
Towboats and barges wait during lock delays at Locks 52 and 53 on the Ohio River in Cairo, Illinois, U.S., September 20, 2017. According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, modernization of the facilities at Locks and Dam 52 and Locks and Dam 53 were authorized under the provisions of the Rivers and Harbors Act of March 3, 1909, but the original structure of 52 was completed in 1928 and 53’s original structure was completed in 1929. Photograph taken at N36°59.683' W89°08.696'. Photo taken September 20, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTX3C56Q 
July 19, 2017 
A firefighter pulls a water hose from an engine as he prepares to defend a structure from the Detwiler... 
MARIPOSA, UNITED STATES 
A firefighter pulls a water hose from an engine as he prepares to defend a structure from the Detwiler... 
A firefighter pulls a water hose from an engine as he prepares to defend a structure from the Detwiler fire in Mariposa, California U.S. July 19, 2017. REUTERS/Stephen Lam 
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTX2GGY8 
June 15, 2016 
Engineers look on as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in... 
Engineers look on as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in San Diego, California, U.S. June 15, 2016. The cold-formed steel structure was tested with historical data from the Northridge earthquake. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTX2GGY6 
June 15, 2016 
Engineers gather to talk after a six-story steel-frame building underwent seismic testing on an UC San... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in... 
Engineers gather to talk after a six-story steel-frame building underwent seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in San Diego, California, U.S. June 15, 2016. The cold-formed steel structure was tested with historical data from the Northridge earthquake. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTX2GGY5 
June 15, 2016 
An engineering student controls a drone overhead as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in... 
An engineering student controls a drone overhead as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in San Diego, California, U.S. June 15, 2016. The cold-formed steel structure was tested with historical data from the Northridge earthquake and will later be tested for fires. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTX2GGY4 
June 15, 2016 
Engineers look on as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in... 
Engineers look on as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in San Diego, California, U.S. June 15, 2016. The cold-formed steel structure was tested with historical data from the Northridge earthquake. REUTERS/Mike Blake
CALIFORNIA-QUAKE/
RTX2GGY3 
June 15, 2016 
An engineering student looks up as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in... 
An engineering student looks up as a six-story steel-frame building undergoes seismic testing on an UC San Diego outdoor shake table in San Diego, California, U.S. June 15, 2016. The cold-formed steel structure was tested with historical data from the Northridge earthquake. REUTERS/Mike Blake
AUSTRALIA-VIRGIN AU HLDGS/
RTSBDOZ 
March 20, 2016 
Two Virgin Australia planes sit on the tarmac as a Qantas Airways worker inspects the engine of a Qantas... 
Adelaide, Australia 
Two Virgin Australia planes sit on the tarmac as a Qantas Airways worker inspects the engine of a Qantas... 
Two Virgin Australia planes sit on the tarmac as a Qantas Airways worker inspects the engine of a Qantas Boeing 737-800 plane at Adelaide Airport, Australia, in this picture taken November 12, 2015. Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said it secured a A$425 million ($323 million) 12-month loan facility with its four major shareholders - Air New Zealand , Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Group - as part of a structural review. Virgin Australia, which competes with No. 1 Australian carrier Qantas Airways Ltd, said the review will include an assessment of its mix of debt and equity capital. Picture taken November 12, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray 
SUDAN-DARFUR/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1Y96M 
December 11, 2015 
An internally displaced school teacher conducts class inside a makeshift bamboo structure at the El Geneina... 
el-Geneina, Sudan 
The Wider Image: Darfur's hopeful 12-year-olds 
An internally displaced school teacher conducts class inside a makeshift bamboo structure at the El Geneina camp in West Darfur, Sudan, November 24, 2015. The conflict in Sudan's Darfur region that erupted 12 years ago shows no sign of ending. But it hasn't stopped displaced youngsters, some of whom have spent their entire lives in refugee camps, from dreaming big. Twelve children aged 12 explain their hopes and dreams for the future; ambitions include becoming a doctor, an engineer and a teacher. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin AbdallahPICTURE 18 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "Darfur's hopeful 12-year-olds". SEARCH "DARFUR NURELDIN" FOR ALL IMAGES 
BRAZIL-INFRASTRUCTURE/ODEBRECHT
RTX1G4EA 
June 11, 2015 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo... 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 10, 2015. If a new Brazilian plan to generate $64 billion in public and private-sector infrastructure spending is to succeed, the government must cut red tape that delays and complicates project financing, a senior executive at engineering and industrial conglomerate Odebrecht SA said. Complex bank financing regulations for engineering projects, burdensome taxes and insufficient guarantee structures that impeded earlier infrastructure programs remain unresolved, sparking doubts over the new plan, Drehmer said in a Wednesday interview. Picture taken June 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL-INFRASTRUCTURE/ODEBRECHT
RTX1G4E9 
June 11, 2015 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo... 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 10, 2015. If a new Brazilian plan to generate $64 billion in public and private-sector infrastructure spending is to succeed, the government must cut red tape that delays and complicates project financing, a senior executive at engineering and industrial conglomerate Odebrecht SA said. Complex bank financing regulations for engineering projects, burdensome taxes and insufficient guarantee structures that impeded earlier infrastructure programs remain unresolved, sparking doubts over the new plan, Drehmer said in a Wednesday interview. Picture taken June 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL-INFRASTRUCTURE/ODEBRECHT
RTX1G4E3 
June 11, 2015 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer poses for Reuters during an interview in Sao Paulo,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer poses for Reuters during an interview in Sao Paulo 
Odebrecht Chief Financial Officer Marcela Drehmer poses for Reuters during an interview in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 10, 2015. If a new Brazilian plan to generate $64 billion in public and private-sector infrastructure spending is to succeed, the government must cut red tape that delays and complicates project financing, a senior executive at engineering and industrial conglomerate Odebrecht SA said. Complex bank financing regulations for engineering projects, burdensome taxes and insufficient guarantee structures that impeded earlier infrastructure programs remain unresolved, sparking doubts over the new plan, Drehmer said in a Wednesday interview. Picture taken June 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRIW 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex,... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRIL 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (L) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (L) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRIE 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRHM 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (C) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (C) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRHG 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (L) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (L) works with technicians inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRGQ 
May 13, 2015 
A technician works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing... 
Marseille, France 
A technician works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing... 
A technician works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRGC 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRGB 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex,... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss works inside a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
FRANCE-SCIENCE/
RTX1CRFD 
May 13, 2015 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure... 
Marseille, France 
Comex Space division manager Weiss talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test... 
Comex Space division manager Peter Weiss (R) talks with a technician as they work on a SHEE structure during test procedures at the Comex, a French company specializing in engineering and deep sea diving operations in Marseille, France, May 13, 2015. The goal of the SHEE project (Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments) is to develop a self-deployable habitat supporting human operations in extreme environments such as those found on the Moon and Mars and apply the project findings to terrestrial extreme environments and disaster zones.
REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier 
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR4S4SQ 
March 05, 2015 
An engineer walks on an iron structure at the construction site of a railway bridge in Kouri in the Reasi... 
Reasi, India 
An engineer walks on an iron structure at the construction site of a railway bridge in Kouri in the Reasi... 
An engineer walks on an iron structure at the construction site of a railway bridge in Kouri in the Reasi district in Jammu and Kashmir state March 4, 2015. India's government unveiled plans last month to invest $137 billion in its decrepit rail network over the next five years, heralding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aggressive approach to building infrastructure needed to unlock faster economic growth. Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERD KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR4CHS5 
November 02, 2014 
A salesperson waits for visitors at the Triumph motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Salesperson waits for visitors at the Triumph motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor... 
A salesperson waits for visitors at the Triumph motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta September 19, 2014. Traffic in urban centres such as Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh City has long been characterised by swarms of small motorbikes and scooters. Honda Motor and Yamaha Motor, the world's biggest motorbike makers, have dominated this sprawling regional market. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins.
REUTERS/Pius Erlangga (INDONESIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR4CHS1 
November 02, 2014 
A salesperson waits for visitors at the Ducati motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Salesperson waits for visitors at the Ducati motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor Show... 
A salesperson waits for visitors at the Ducati motorcycle booth at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta September 19, 2014.
Traffic in urban centres such as Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh City has long been characterised by swarms of small motorbikes and scooters. Honda Motor and Yamaha Motor, the world's biggest motorbike makers, have dominated this sprawling regional market. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins. REUTERS/Pius Erlangga (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR493XV 
October 06, 2014 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a little louder lately as motorcycle makers, an aspiring middle class and easy bank credit come together to breed a new genus of motorcyclists ? the big-bike rider. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR493XT 
October 06, 2014 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a little louder lately as motorcycle makers, an aspiring middle class and easy bank credit come together to breed a new genus of motorcyclists ? the big-bike rider. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR493XE 
October 06, 2014 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi 
Commuters are seen on a street in Hanoi October 6, 2014. Roads in Southeast Asia have been getting a little louder lately as motorcycle makers, an aspiring middle class and easy bank credit come together to breed a new genus of motorcyclists ? the big-bike rider. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR4915J 
October 05, 2014 
Visitors look at a Ducati motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Visitors look at a Ducati motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta... 
Visitors look at a Ducati motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta September 19, 2014. Traffic in urban centres such as Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh City has long been characterised by swarms of small motorbikes and scooters. Honda Motor and Yamaha Motor , the world's biggest motorbike makers, have dominated this sprawling regional market. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
SOUTHEASTASIA-AUTOS/MOTORCYCLING
RTR4915E 
October 05, 2014 
A visitor looks at a Triumph motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A visitor looks at a Triumph motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta... 
A visitor looks at a Triumph motorcycle on display at the Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta September 19, 2014. Traffic in urban centres such as Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh City has long been characterised by swarms of small motorbikes and scooters. Honda Motor and Yamaha Motor , the world's biggest motorbike makers, have dominated this sprawling regional market. The landscape is slowly shifting as the Southeast Asian market, the world's third-largest after China and India, undergoes a structural change. In Malaysia and Vietnam, motorbikes with bigger engine capacities are outselling their smaller cousins.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
SAMSUNG HVY IND-SAMSUNG ENGINEERING-SHAREHOLDING C.EPS
RTR44HGV 
September 01, 2014 
SAMSUNG HVY IND-SAMSUNG ENGINEERING/SHAREHOLDING Diagram showing Samsung's cross-sharehoding structure... 
South Korea 
SAMSUNG HVY IND-SAMSUNG ENGINEERING-SHAREHOLDING C 
SAMSUNG HVY IND-SAMSUNG ENGINEERING/SHAREHOLDING Diagram showing Samsung's cross-sharehoding structure by family members and by companies 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437NJ 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437NH 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437N3 
August 21, 2014 
REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014.... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
REFILE - QUALITY REPEAT Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437N2 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437N1 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437MB 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437LQ 
August 21, 2014 
A peshmerga fighter stands guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
A peshmerga fighter stands guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
A peshmerga fighter stands guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437LO 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437LM 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437L6 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437KH 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand on a vehicle with a Kurdish flag as they guard Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand on a vehicle with a Kurdish flag as they guard Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand on a vehicle with a Kurdish flag as they guard Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
IRAQ-SECURITY/MOSUL-DAM
RTR437JT 
August 21, 2014 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq 
Peshmerga fighters stand guard at Mosul Dam in northern Iraq August 21, 2014. Despite its structural faults, the country's biggest dam at 3.6 km long, built by a German-Italian consortium in the 1980s, is a vital water and power source for Mosul, Iraq's largest northern city of 1.7 million residents. Control the dam and you control the 'keys' to the city. With that in mind, Islamic State insurgents who captured swathes of Iraq and Syria and declared a caliphate, wrested control of the dam from Kurdish forces in recent weeks. While Iraqi and Kurdish forces recaptured the dam with the help of U.S. air strikes on Monday, "the most dangerous dam in the world" - as a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report described it - still has the potential for catastrophe. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY) 
CHINA/
RTX182CF 
January 31, 2014 
A labourer welds part of the structure of a ship at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding company's shipyard... 
Shanghai, China 
A labourer welds part of the structure of a ship at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding company's shipyard... 
A labourer welds part of the structure of a ship at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding company's shipyard in Shanghai October 14, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORT) 
GE-RESULTS/
RTX17I81 
January 17, 2014 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at... 
Peebles, UNITED STATES 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at... 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at the GE Aviation Peebles Test Operations Facility in Peebles, Ohio, November 15, 2013. U.S. conglomerate General Electric Co posted a slightly better-than-expected rise in revenue on Friday propelled by its businesses selling oil pumps and jet engines, and said its order backlog again swelled to a record. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Matt Sullivan (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
GE-RESULTS/
RTX17I7Z 
January 17, 2014 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at... 
Peebles, UNITED STATES 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at... 
General view of a General Electric turbulance control structure with GEnx-1B engine before a test at the GE Aviation Peebles Test Operations Facility in Peebles, Ohio, November 15, 2013. U.S. conglomerate General Electric Co posted a slightly better-than-expected rise in revenue on Friday propelled by its businesses selling oil pumps and jet engines, and said its order backlog again swelled to a record. Picture taken November 15, 2013. REUTERS/Matt Sullivan (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
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