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INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/OILSPILL
RTX72RY1
August 09, 2019
REFILE - CORRECTING GRAMMAR A styrofoam cup is seen among sand affected by oil spill at a shoreline in...
Karawang, Indonesia
A styrofoam cup is seen among sand affected by oil spill at a shoreline in Karawang
REFILE - CORRECTING GRAMMAR A styrofoam cup is seen among sand affected by oil spill at a shoreline in Karawang, West Java province, Indonesia, August 9, 2019. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
FESTIVAL-GLASTONBURY/
RTR4YTSZ
June 24, 2015
A reveller arrives as night falls during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset, Britain,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
A reveller arrives as night falls during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset
A reveller arrives as night falls during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset, Britain, June 24, 2015. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

USA-BUSINESS/
RTR4O9JM
February 04, 2015
A drink and a doughnut are seen at a Dunkin' Donuts location in the Chicago suburb of Niles, Illinois,...
Niles, UNITED STATES
A drink and a doughnut are seen at a Dunkin' Donuts location in the Chicago suburb of Niles
A drink and a doughnut are seen at a Dunkin' Donuts location in the Chicago suburb of Niles, Illinois, February 4, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
USA-NEWYORK/BLOOMBERG-STYROFOAM
RTR3DUON
February 15, 2013
A crushed Styrofoam coffee cup lays on the ground in New York, February 15, 2013. New York City Mayor...
New York, UNITED STATES
A crushed Styrofoam coffee cup lays on the ground in New York
A crushed Styrofoam coffee cup lays on the ground in New York, February 15, 2013. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will propose a ban on Styrofoam, the substance commonly used for take-out food containers that is almost impossible to recycle. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS FOOD)
DETROIT/CHURCH
RTR2VQFB
December 30, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS 10 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH
THIS PICTURE IS 10 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS FACING CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN DETROIT. SEARCH KEYWORD "CATHOLIC CHURCH DETROIT" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES.

A man eats his lunch in the soup kitchen at St. Leo Catholic Church in Detroit December 17, 2011. St. Leo Catholic Church, located in one of the most abandoned pockets of the nation's most depressed city, is operating on life support. Built more than 120 years ago as Detroit was developing into a manufacturing powerhouse, St. Leo is one of the many area churches to have succumbed to a same priest and parishioner shortage that has plagued the Catholic Church in America. Picture taken December 17, 2011. To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH REUTERS/Mark Blinch (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION FOOD SOCIETY POVERTY)
DETROIT/CHURCH
RTR2VQF8
December 30, 2011
THIS PICTURE IS 7 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS FACING...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH
THIS PICTURE IS 7 of 43 TO ACCOMPANY THE INSIGHT DETROIT/CHURCH. THE SERIES HIGHLIGHTS THE PROBLEMS FACING CATHOLIC CHURCHES IN DETROIT. SEARCH KEYWORD "CATHOLIC CHURCH DETROIT" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES.

Larry Finklea eats his lunch at the soup kitchen in the basement of the St. Leo Catholic Church in Detroit December 17, 2011. St. Leo Catholic Church, located in one of the most abandoned pockets of the nation's most depressed city, is operating on life support. Built more than 120 years ago as Detroit was developing into a manufacturing powerhouse, St. Leo is one of the many area churches to have succumbed to a same priest and parishioner shortage that has plagued the Catholic Church in America. Picture taken December 17, 2011. To match Insight DETROIT/CHURCH REUTERS/Mark Blinch (UNITED STATES - Tags: RELIGION FOOD SOCIETY POVERTY)
USA/
RTXRMO2
December 08, 2009
A panhandler begs for money on Fifth Avenue in New York December 8, 2009. At least 20 passers-by gave...
New York, UNITED STATES
A panhandler begs for money on Fifth Avenue in New York
A panhandler begs for money on Fifth Avenue in New York December 8, 2009. At least 20 passers-by gave the woman banknotes during a 20 minute span on Tuesday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (UNITED STATES SOCIETY)
HONDURAS/
RTR25Z8I
July 23, 2009
Soldiers drink coffee as they take a break in El Paraiso, 12 km (7miles) from the border with Nicaragua,...
El Paraiso, Honduras
Soldiers drink coffee as they take a break in El Paraiso near border with Nicaragua
Soldiers drink coffee as they take a break in El Paraiso, 12 km (7miles) from the border with Nicaragua, July 23, 2009. Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya plans to travel overland on Thursday from the Nicaraguan capital, Managua, to the town of Esteli, en route to small towns near the Honduran border.He declined to say when and where he would ultimately cross over into Honduras, citing security concerns. Asked if he would resist arrest, he said he could not predict what would happen. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS POLITICS MILITARY)
TAIWAN-COFFEE/SALT/
RTXC3JQ
February 26, 2009
An employee prepares a cup of salted coffee inside a cafe in Taipei February 26, 2009. Taiwanese java...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match Reuters Life! story TAIWAN-COFFEE/SALT/
An employee prepares a cup of salted coffee inside a cafe in Taipei February 26, 2009. Taiwanese java fans accustomed to pouring sugar into their coffee now have the option of flavouring their brew with another white powder: salt. Taipei's buzzing 85C Bakery Cafe is offering a T$40 ($1.15) drink which melts sea salt into the coffee foam to give a more complex mouthful for customers constantly seeking out the new in the island's competitive coffeehouse market. To match Reuters Life! story TAIWAN-COFFEE/SALT/ REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
INDIA/
RTXBCA2
February 07, 2009
An Indian reads a book as he learns the Chinese language at Zhong Wen Xue Xiao, the school of Chinese...
Kolkata, India
Indian reads book as he learns Chinese language at school in Kolkata
An Indian reads a book as he learns the Chinese language at Zhong Wen Xue Xiao, the school of Chinese language in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata February 7, 2009. For the first time with the support of the Chinese consulate in Kolkata, a Chinese language school was set up last year followed by a monthly Chini Adda or Chinese Corner in January where both Chinese and non-Chinese people will gather to interact and promote cultural ties. Supported by the consulate, the Chini Adda is the brainchild of Madan Saraf, founder of the school of Chinese language. "We hope to make the monthly gathering into a fortnightly affair. The school we opened is also the first one to have Chinese teachers who would also teach phonetics," says Saraf. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1WO9X
February 04, 2008
Children take a break during the opening of the elementary school year in the old center of Managua February...
Managua, Nicaragua
Children take a break during the opening of the elementary school year in the old center of Managua
Children take a break during the opening of the elementary school year in the old center of Managua February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
WEATHER-CALIFORNIA/
RTX5847
January 04, 2008
A man carries an umbrella that has been turned inside-out by strong wind in San Francisco, California...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A man carries an umbrella that has been turned inside-out by strong wind in San Francisco
A man carries an umbrella that has been turned inside-out by strong wind in San Francisco, California January 4, 2008. A fierce storm swept into central and northern California on Friday, cutting power to more than 1 million homes and businesses, closing a major San Francisco area bridge and canceling flights at several airports, utility and state officials said. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
CHILE/
RTR1ROSN
July 10, 2007
A homeless man drinks coffee in downtown Valparaiso, about 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Santiago July...
Valparaiso, Chile
A homeless man drinks coffee in downtown Valparaiso
A homeless man drinks coffee in downtown Valparaiso, about 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Santiago July 10, 2007. The central zone of Chile is having a cold spell of weather and the authorities have reported six homeless people have died. REUTERS/Eliseo Fernandez (CHILE)
FASHION/
RTR1MCRX
February 13, 2007
Models eat sandwiches as they wait before Gharani Strok's Autumn/Winter 2007 show at London Fashion Week...
London, United Kingdom
Models eat sandwiches as they wait before Gharani Strok's Autumn/Winter 2007 show at London Fashion Week...
Models eat sandwiches as they wait before Gharani Strok's Autumn/Winter 2007 show at London Fashion Week in London February 13, 2007. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
USA/
RTR1KB15
December 11, 2006
A crane bucket is used to clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
None, UNITED STATES
A crane bucket is used to clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
A crane bucket is used to clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles River in this photo released by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works December 11, 2006, after the season's first heavy rainfall over the weekend. The river, which feeds into the Pacific Ocean, contains debris including styrofoam cups, paint spray cans, plastic water bottles and used oil containers carried from cities within Los Angeles County. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/County of Los Angeles Department Public Works/Bob Riha, Jr. (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1KB14
December 11, 2006
An egret searches for food among part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
None, UNITED STATES
An egret searches for food among part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
An egret searches for food among part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles River in this photo released by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works December 11, 2006, after the season's first heavy rainfall over the weekend. The river, which feeds into the Pacific Ocean, contains debris including styrofoam cups, paint spray cans, plastic water bottles and used oil containers carried from cities within Los Angeles County. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/County of Los Angeles Department Public Works/Bob Riha, Jr. (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1KB13
December 11, 2006
A workman watches a crane bucket clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
None, UNITED STATES
A workman watches a crane bucket clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles...
A workman watches a crane bucket clear part of the estimated 150 tons of trash collected in the Los Angeles River in this photo released by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works December 11, 2006, after the season's first heavy rainfall over the weekend. The river, which feeds into the Pacific Ocean, contains debris including styrofoam cups, paint spray cans, plastic water bottles and used oil containers carried from cities within Los Angeles County. REUTERS/County of Los Angeles Department Public Works/Bob Riha, Jr. (UNITED STATES)
KATRINA
RTRO1D3
September 14, 2005
A family picture is seen inside Saint Rita's Nursing Home where thirty-four people died in the floodwaters...
New Orleans, USA
A family picture is seen inside Saint Rita's Nursing Home in Saint Bernard.
A family picture is seen inside Saint Rita's Nursing Home where thirty-four people died in the floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina in Saint Bernard, Louisiana, September 14, 2005. Louisiana Attorney General Charles Foti announced that the owners of the nursing home in St. Bernard Parish just east of New Orleans had been arrested and charged with 34 counts of negligent homicide. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/YH
SPORT PARALYMPICS
RTR11L1S
October 16, 2000
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS IN...
Sydney, Australia
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS ......
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS IN SYDNEY.


Dora Pastory from Hungary swims backstroke with a styrofoam cup balanced on her head during a training session for the upcoming Paralympic Games at the Sydney Aquatic Centre October 16, 2000. The cup is to help her maintain a smooth stroke. More than 4000 disabled athletes from 125 countries will compete in 18 sports at the eleventh Paralympic Games beginning on October 18.
SPORT PARALYMPICS
RTR11L1A
October 16, 2000
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS IN...
Sydney, Australia
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS ......
HUNGARY'S DORA PASTORY SWIMS WITH CUP ON HEAD DURING TRAINING SESSION BEFORE START OF PARALYMPICS IN SYDNEY.


Dora Pastory from Hungary swims backstroke with a styrofoam cup balanced on her head during a training session for the upcoming Paralympic Games at the Sydney Aquatic Centre October 16, 2000. The cup is to help her maintain a smooth stroke. More than 4000 disabled athletes from 125 countries will compete in 18 sports at the eleventh Paralympic Games beginning on October 18.
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