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AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WDD
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WDC
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WD5
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WD3
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WCZ
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WCY
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
AWARDS-CMT/
RTX67WCX
June 07, 2018
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise,...
Nashville, UNITED STATES
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
2018 CMT Music Awards - Show - Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., June 6, 2018 - Luke Bryan performs "Sunrise, Sunburn Sunset". REUTERS/Jamie Gilliam
MUSIC-FIREFLY/
RTS17JFI
June 18, 2017
A sunburned reveler lies on the ground during the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware, U.S. June...
Dover, UNITED STATES
A sunburned reveler lies on the ground during the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware
A sunburned reveler lies on the ground during the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware, U.S. June 17, 2017. Picture taken June 17, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Makela
SRI LANKA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2Y8XM
January 10, 2017
A woman applies sunburn cream on her partner under a tree on a hot day at Galle Dutch Fort in Sri Lanka...
Galle, Sri Lanka
A woman applies sunburn cream on her partner under a tree on a hot day at Galle Dutch Fort in Sri Lanka...
A woman applies sunburn cream on her partner under a tree on a hot day at Galle Dutch Fort in Sri Lanka January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R3E
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez kisses with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez kisses with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez kisses with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R2B
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R2A
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R29
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R27
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R1Y
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) walks with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez walks with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) walks with her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R1O
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R1H
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R1E
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) is greeted by her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R1B
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R18
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (3rd L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R17
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a...
Cuban migrant Mailin Perez (L) embraces her husband Jose Caballero (2nd L) after arriving via Mexico at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R0U
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero (L) waits with his friend Duniesky Castillo-Leyva for the arrival via Mexico...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Caballero waits with his friend Duniesky Castillo-Leyva for the arrival via Mexico of his...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero (L) waits with his friend Duniesky Castillo-Leyva for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47R0M
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero (L) looks at the bus schedule while waiting with his friend Duniesky Castillo-Leyva,...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Caballero looks at the bus schedule while waiting with a friend for the arrival via Mexico...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero (L) looks at the bus schedule while waiting with his friend Duniesky Castillo-Leyva, and Castillo-Leyva's daughter Sheila, for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-CUBANS/BOAT
RTR47QZU
September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits with five-month-old Carolina Leiva, the daughter of a friend, for...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Caballero waits with five-month-old Leiva, the daughter of a friend, for the arrival of...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits with five-month-old Carolina Leiva, the daughter of a friend, for the arrival of his wife, Mailin Perez , at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
SEPT11/MUSEUM
RTR2QWC9
September 07, 2011
Bloodstained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September 11,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Bloodstained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September 11,...
Bloodstained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September 11, 2001 are seen in this photograph before becoming a part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York August 22, 2011. Lopez was at work at the Fiduciary Trust Company on the 97th floor of the World Trade Center's South Tower when the first plane crashed into the North Tower, sending a fireball past their window and radiating a heat that she said felt like being sunburned. There was quickly a sense of confusion: was it a bomb? Were the rumors that it was a plane crash true? Should people in the South Tower ignore the advice coming over the public address system to stay put and evacuate instead? Lopez felt she had to get out. She had reached only as far as the 61st when she was thrown against a wall as the second plane crashed into the floors above her. Taking off her shoes, she continued to head down the stairs, passing firefighters heading in the opposite direction. She ran barefoot out of the building, across broken glass and other debris. "Lady, your feet are bleeding," someone said to her as she paused a few blocks away in relative safety. She put her shoes back on, and began learning the details of what it was she had just escaped from. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR2QOKT
September 02, 2011
ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE IS SIX OF 18 TO ACCOMPANY THE STORY "9/11 MUSEUM: THE STORY OF OBJECTS...
New York, UNITED STATES
Blood-stained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September...
ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE IS SIX OF 18 TO ACCOMPANY THE STORY "9/11 MUSEUM: THE STORY OF OBJECTS FOUND". SEARCH FOR KEYWORD "9/11 MUSEUM" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES (PXP801-PXP818)

Blood-stained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September 11, 2001 are seen in this photograph before becoming a part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York August 22, 2011. Linda Lopez was at work at the Fiduciary Trust Company on the South Tower's 97th floor when the first plane crashed into North Tower, sending a fireball past their window and radiating a heat that she said felt like being sunburned. There was quickly a sense of confusion: Was it a bomb? Were the rumors that it was a plane crash true? Should people in the South Tower ignore the advice coming over the public address system to stay put and evacuate instead? Lopez felt she had to get out. She had reached only as far as the 61st when she was thrown against a wall as the second plane crashed into the floors above her. Taking off her shoes, she continued to head down the stairs, passing firefighters heading in the opposite direction. She ran barefoot out of the building, across broken glass and other debris. "Lady, your feet are bleeding," someone said to her as she paused a few blocks away in relative safety. She put her shoes back on, and began learning the details of what it was she had just escaped from. he museum, which occupies seven stories below the ground of the World Trade Center site--is still being built at the site of the fallen towers. It is due only to open in 2012, on the 11th anniversary of the attacks. Picture taken August 22, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
USA/
RTR2QOKR
September 02, 2011
ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE IS FIVE OF 18 TO ACCOMPANY THE STORY "9/11 MUSEUM: THE STORY OF OBJECTS...
New York, UNITED STATES
Blood-stained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September...
ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE IS FIVE OF 18 TO ACCOMPANY THE STORY "9/11 MUSEUM: THE STORY OF OBJECTS FOUND". SEARCH FOR KEYWORD "9/11 MUSEUM" TO SEE ALL THE IMAGES (PXP801-PXP818)

Blood-stained shoes worn by Linda Lopez as she evacuated from the 97th Floor of Tower 2 on September 11, 2001 are seen in this photograph before becoming a part of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York August 22, 2011. Linda Lopez was at work at the Fiduciary Trust Company on the South Tower's 97th floor when the first plane crashed into North Tower, sending a fireball past their window and radiating a heat that she said felt like being sunburned. There was quickly a sense of confusion: Was it a bomb? Were the rumors that it was a plane crash true? Should people in the South Tower ignore the advice coming over the public address system to stay put and evacuate instead? Lopez felt she had to get out. She had reached only as far as the 61st when she was thrown against a wall as the second plane crashed into the floors above her. Taking off her shoes, she continued to head down the stairs, passing firefighters heading in the opposite direction. She ran barefoot out of the building, across broken glass and other debris. "Lady, your feet are bleeding," someone said to her as she paused a few blocks away in relative safety. She put her shoes back on, and began learning the details of what it was she had just escaped from. he museum, which occupies seven stories below the ground of the World Trade Center site--is still being built at the site of the fallen towers. It is due only to open in 2012, on the 11th anniversary of the attacks. Picture taken August 22, 2011. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
RUSSIA/
RTR2F0DZ
June 11, 2010
A boy spreads sour cream on his face after getting a sunburn in a military training camp in the village...
SENGILEEVSKOYE VILLAGE, Russia
Boy spreads sour cream on his face after getting a sunburn in a military training camp in the village...
A boy spreads sour cream on his face after getting a sunburn in a military training camp in the village of Sengileevskoye, 30 km (19 miles) from Russia's southern city of Stavropol June 10, 2010. About 30 children between 10 to 18 years old undergo training in this military camp organised by former Russian servicemen where they learn the basics of martial arts and manual of arms. Sour cream is used as a traditional Russian remedy to relieve sunburn. Picture taken June 10, 2010. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY EDUCATION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ANTARTICA-SUNBURN/
RTXS230
December 21, 2009
Dr. Tony Stewart, with his hands and face exposed to the sun, checks a cable during construction work...
CAPE DENISON, Antarctica
To match Reuters Life! ANTARCTICA SUNBURN
Dr. Tony Stewart, with his hands and face exposed to the sun, checks a cable during construction work at Cape Denison, East Antarctica December 20, 2009. Expeditioners to Antarctic train for freezing temperatures and social isolation, but a study has found there is something else to be wary of -- sunburn. The recent joint study by the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) and the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency found that more than 80 percent of researchers to the South Pole were potentially exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays in excess of the recommended limits. Picture taken December 20, 2009. To match Reuters Life! ANTARCTICA-SUNBURN/ REUTERS/Pauline Askin (ANTARTICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR25MSU
July 13, 2009
A would-be immigrant with sunburnt lips rests after arriving at the port of Arguineguin on Spain's Canary...
Mogan, Spain
A would-be immigrant with sunburnt lips rests after arriving at the port of Arguineguin on Spain's Canary...
A would-be immigrant with sunburnt lips rests after arriving at the port of Arguineguin on Spain's Canary Island of Gran Canaria, July 13, 2009. Some 64 would-be immigrants, six of whom could be minors, were intercepted aboard a fishing boat on their way to European soil from Africa, according to local authorities. REUTERS/Borja Suarez (SPAIN SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA
RTXN1T3
November 25, 2004
- PHOTO TAKEN 26OCT04 - Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken...
Sydney, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 26OCT04 - Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture ta.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 26OCT04 - Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken October 26, 2004. Australia has the world's highest rate of skin cancer. [Twenty years of sun protection warnings have made sun-loving Australians more vigilant about exposure to UV radiation at the beach but they are more than twice as likely to be sunburned at home, according to The Cancer Council Australia's National Sun Survey.]
AUSTRALIA
RTRGNH9
October 26, 2004
Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken October 26, 2004. Australia...
Sydney, Australia
Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach.
Footprints are left on the shore of Sydney's Bronte Beach in this picture taken October 26, 2004. Australia has the world's highest rate of skin cancer. Twenty years of sun protection warnings have made sun-loving Australians more vigilant about exposure to UV radiation at the beach but they are more than twice as likely to be sunburned at home, according to The Cancer Council Australia's National Sun Survey. Photograph taken October 26, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E87C02E001
GERMANY
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May 13, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon looks at fish during a Norwegian seafood
presentation prior to a lunch...
Munich, Germany
CROWN PRINCE HAAKON OF NORWAY LOOKS AT FISH IN MUNICH.
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon looks at fish during a Norwegian seafood
presentation prior to a lunch in Munich May 13, 2002. Crown Princess
Mette-Marit had to cancel the trip after suffering a rare case of
springtime sunburn during an outdoor television interview near Oslo
with a German television company on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
REUTERS

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ROYALS
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May 12, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five-day visit to Germany, May 12, 2002....
Munich, Germany
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five-day visit to Germany, May 12, 20.....
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five-day visit to Germany, May 12, 2002. [Crown Princess Mette-Marit had to scrap the trip after suffering a rare case of springtime sunburn during an outdoor television interview near Oslo with a German television company on Wednesday.]
ROYALS
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May 12, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five day visit in Germany in Munich May...
Munich, Germany
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five day visit in Germany in Munich M.....
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport for his five day visit in Germany in Munich May 12, 2002. [Crown Princess Mette-Marit had to scrap the trip after suffering a rare case of springtime sunburn during an outdoor television interview near Oslo with a German television company on Wednesday.]
GERMANY NORWAY
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May 12, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit...
Munich, Germany
NORWAY CROWN PRINCE HAAKON ARRIVES AT MUNICH AIRPORT WITH A BAD CASE OF
SUNBURN.
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit in Germany in Munich May 12, 2002.
Prince Haakon and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit were both burnt
during an outdoor television interview near Oslo with a German
television company. Crown Princess Mette-Marit cancelled her trip.
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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GERMANY NORWAY
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May 12, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit...
Munich, Germany
NORWAY CROWN PRINCE HAAKON ARRIVES AT MUNICH AIRPORT WITH A BAD CASE OF
SUNBURN.
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit in Germany in Munich May 12, 2002.
Prince Haakon and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit were both burnt
during an outdoor television interview near Oslo with a German
television company. Crown Princess Mette-Marit cancelled her trip.
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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YEAREND PICTURES
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May 11, 2002
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit...
Munich, Germany
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Norway's Crown Prince Haakon arrives at Munich airport with a badly
sunburnt face for his five day visit in Germany in Munich May 12, 2002.
Prince Haakon and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit were both burnt
during an outdoor television interview near Oslo with a German
television company. Crown Princess Mette-Marit cancelled her trip.
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz REUTERS

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INDONESIA-FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Indonesian survivors from a sunken ferry, sit together on board a navy ship before disembarking at Bitung...
Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN SURVIVORS FROM SUNKEN FERRY SIT TOGETHER AT BITUNG NAVAL BASE.
Indonesian survivors from a sunken ferry, sit together on board a navy ship before disembarking at Bitung naval base, near Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking has underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA-FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Stanley Langsiaputi (R) cries while narrating how the ship sank after his rescue at Bitung naval base,...
Indonesia - Republic of
STANLEY LANGSIAPUTI CRIES WHILE NARRATING HOW THE SHIP SANK NEAR MANADO.
Stanley Langsiaputi (R) cries while narrating how the ship sank after his rescue at Bitung naval base, near Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Members of an Indonesian rescue team help Richard Mailoa (C) disembark from an Indonesian navy ship at...
Indonesia - Republic of
RICHARD MAILOA DISEMBARKS FROM INDONESIA NAVY SHIP AT BITUNG NAVAL BASE.
Members of an Indonesian rescue team help Richard Mailoa (C) disembark from an Indonesian navy ship at Bitung naval base, near Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA FERRY
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July 04, 2000
An Indonesian navy officer helps Reni Sopacua (C) as she disembarks from an Indonesian navy ship at Bintung...
Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN NAVY OFFICER HELPS RENI SUPACUA AT BINTUNG NAVAL BASE.
An Indonesian navy officer helps Reni Sopacua (C) as she disembarks from an Indonesian navy ship at Bintung Naval Base 25 km east of Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Reni Supacua, one of the ten survivors from a ferry disaster, displays severe facial sunburn at Bintung...
Indonesia - Republic of
RENI SUPACUA DISPLAYS SEVERE FACIAL SUNBURN AT BINTUNG NAVAL BASE.
Reni Supacua, one of the ten survivors from a ferry disaster, displays severe facial sunburn at Bintung Naval Base 25 km east of Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Orfa Matayani (L) and her younger brother Winson Matayani (R), both survivors of the sinking of an Indonesia...
Indonesia - Republic of
ORFA MATAYANI AND WINSON MATAYANI MEET THEIR FAMILY AT BITUNG NAVAL BASE.
Orfa Matayani (L) and her younger brother Winson Matayani (R), both survivors of the sinking of an Indonesia ferry, cry as they meet their family at Bitung Naval Base, 25 km east of Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA-FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Orfa Matayani (L), one of the survivors from a sunken Indonesia ferry, cries as she meets her family...
Indonesia - Republic of
ORFA MATAYANI CRIES AS SHE MEETS HER FAMILY AT BITUNG NAVAL BASE.
Orfa Matayani (L), one of the survivors from a sunken Indonesia ferry, cries as she meets her family at the Bitung naval base, 25 km east of Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking has underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

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INDONESIA-FERRY
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July 04, 2000
Orfa Matayani (L), one of the survivors from a sunken Indonesia ferry, cries as she meets her family...
Indonesia - Republic of
ORFA MATAYANI CRIES AS SHE MEETS HER FAMILY AT BITUNG NAVAL BASE.
Orfa Matayani (L), one of the survivors from a sunken Indonesia ferry, cries as she meets her family at the Bitung naval base, 25 km east of Manado July 4. All the survivors suffered from sunburn and dehydration after floating in the sea for several days. The ferry sinking has underscored the agony in the Moluccas, where thousands have been killed in the violence between Christians and Moslems since early 1999.

BEA
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December 18, 1997
England player Matthew Flemming smiles as he applies cream to his already sunburned face during a training...
United Arab Emirates
A SUNBURNED FLEMMING AT A TRAINING SESSION IN SHARJAH
England player Matthew Flemming smiles as he applies cream to his already sunburned face during a training session for the Sharjah Champions Trophy tournament December 18. England will tomorrow face the West Indies in the final.

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