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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7XX
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires hold hands before meeting with their son Manuel for...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires hold hands before meeting with their son for the first...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires hold hands before meeting with their son Manuel for the first time, in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7X3
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires look at a picture of their son Manuel, who was born...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires look at a picture of their son, in Kiev
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires look at a picture of their son Manuel, who was born to a surrogate mother, before meeting with him for the first time, in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7VD
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires are seen in a hotel before meeting their son Manuel...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires are seen in a hotel before meeting their son for the...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires are seen in a hotel before meeting their son Manuel for the first time, in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7US
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son, in Kiev...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel, who was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7U1
June 10, 2020
Argentina residents react as Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires go to meet their son Manuel...
Kiev, Ukraine
Argentina residents react as Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires go to meet their son for...
Argentina residents react as Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires go to meet their son Manuel for the first time, as he was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7TK
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son, in Kiev...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel, who was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7SP
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son, in Kiev...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires react during the first meeting with their son Manuel, who was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7S8
June 10, 2020
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires pack baby clothes before meeting their son Manuel for...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires pack baby clothes before meeting their son for the first...
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires pack baby clothes before meeting their son Manuel for the first time, as he was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7RX
June 10, 2020
Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires packs baby clothes before meeting her son Manuel for the first time,...
Kiev, Ukraine
Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires are seen in a hotel before meeting their son for the...
Flavia Lavorino from Buenos Aires packs baby clothes before meeting her son Manuel for the first time, as he was born to a surrogate mother in a Ukrainian BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Flavia and Jose from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7N1
June 10, 2020
Nurses hold newborns during a ceremony of handing children to foreign parents in the Hotel Venice owned...
Kiev, Ukraine
Nurses hold newborns during a ceremony of handing children to foreign parents in Kiev
Nurses hold newborns during a ceremony of handing children to foreign parents in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented foreign couples from collecting their babies born to surrogate mothers, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7N2
June 10, 2020
Klaudia Arakaki and Osvaldo Nakandakare, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn daughter, react during...
Kiev, Ukraine
Klaudia Arakaki and Osvaldo Nakandakare, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn doughtier, react during...
Klaudia Arakaki and Osvaldo Nakandakare, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn daughter, react during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7MU
June 10, 2020
A nurse carries a newborn during a ceremony of handing children to parents as foreign couples wait to...
Kiev, Ukraine
Nurse carries a newborn during a ceremony of handing children born to surrogate mothers to parents in...
A nurse carries a newborn during a ceremony of handing children to parents as foreign couples wait to collect their babies in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented foreign couples from collecting their babies born to surrogate mothers, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C7M1
June 10, 2020
Klaudia Arakaki (R), Osvaldo Nakandakare (C) and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of...
Kiev, Ukraine
Klaudia Arakaki, Osvaldo Nakandakare and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborns,...
Klaudia Arakaki (R), Osvaldo Nakandakare (C) and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborns, react during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented foreign couples from collecting their babies born to surrogate mothers, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C727
June 10, 2020
Andrea Diez, Argentine citizen and mother of newborn Ignacio, holds her baby in arms during their first...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, attend their first...
Andrea Diez, Argentine citizen and mother of newborn Ignacio, holds her baby in arms during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando Montero from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C718
June 10, 2020
Participants of a ceremony surround Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, attend their first...
Participants of a ceremony surround Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, during the couple's first meeting with their baby in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C706
June 10, 2020
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C6ZR
June 10, 2020
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, speak with journalists...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, speak with journalists...
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, speak with journalists in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C6ZH
June 10, 2020
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTS3C6Z4
June 10, 2020
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Kiev, Ukraine
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their...
Andrea Diez and Fernando Montero, Argentine citizens and parents of newborn Ignacio, react during their first meeting in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine June 10, 2020. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevented Andrea and Fernando from collecting their baby born to a surrogate mother, after almost all air travel was shut down. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDR
May 14, 2020
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Albert Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in the clinic-owned...
Kiev, Ukraine
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in Kiev
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Albert Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in the clinic-owned Hotel Venice in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDQ
May 14, 2020
Rafa Aires from Spain, the father of newborn Marta who is unable to collect his daughter, speaks on the...
Kiev, Ukraine
Rafa Aires from Spain speaks on the phone in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev
Rafa Aires from Spain, the father of newborn Marta who is unable to collect his daughter, speaks on the phone in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDP
May 14, 2020
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDN
May 14, 2020
Rafa Aires from Spain, the father of newborn Marta who is unable to collect his daughter, speaks during...
Kiev, Ukraine
Rafa Aires from Spain speaks during an interview in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev...
Rafa Aires from Spain, the father of newborn Marta who is unable to collect his daughter, speaks during an interview in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDO
May 14, 2020
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDE
May 14, 2020
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev
A view shows nurses and newborns in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDG
May 14, 2020
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Albert Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in the clinic-owned...
Kiev, Ukraine
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in Kiev
Founder of the surrogacy clinic BioTexCom Albert Tochilovsky speaks during an interview in the clinic-owned Hotel Venice in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE-BABIES
RTX7IZDH
May 14, 2020
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14,...
Kiev, Ukraine
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev
A nurse and newborns are seen in the Hotel Venice owned by BioTexCom clinic in Kiev, Ukraine May 14, 2020. At least fifty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in a Ukrainian clinic as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown prevents their foreign parents from collecting them. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTX76RQW
October 09, 2019
A surrogate mother carries a baby bonobo which was rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary...
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
The Wider Image: In Congo, part-time hunters boost income with bushmeat
A surrogate mother carries a baby bonobo which was rescued from poachers in Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 9, 2018. Many animals, including bonobo apes and pangolins, are protected by international law, but a lack of government oversight means these endangered species are regularly killed. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon SEARCH "BUSHMEAT NICOLON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-LGBT/CHILDREN
RTX6JBWZ
December 20, 2018
Heads turn when An Hui and Ye Jianbin walk down a street in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with their triplets,...
Shenzhen, China
The Wider Image: LGBT parents challenge stereotypes in China
Heads turn when An Hui and Ye Jianbin walk down a street in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with their triplets, who were conceived with help from a human egg donor and a surrogate mother. People are mostly curious about their unconventional family, said An, adding that it was not always the case in China where gay couples have long battled conservative Confucian values. The two men wanted a family and began exploring the option of in vitro fertilisation (IVF), with help from a human egg donor and a surrogate mother. In 2014, a Thai woman gave birth in Hong Kong to three boys Ð An Zhizhong, An Zhiya and An Zhifei - who were conceived using human eggs provided by a German fashion model, according to An. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "LGBT TRIPLETS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHINA-LGBT/CHILDREN
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWHR
December 17, 2018
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog...
Beijing, China
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog...
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog Juice at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China June 15, 2018. Picture taken June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWHH
December 17, 2018
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog...
Beijing, China
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog Juice at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China June 15, 2018. Picture taken June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWHG
December 17, 2018
Veterinary doctors conduct a surgery on a Beagle dog in an attempt to make it the surrogate mother of...
Beijing, China
Veterinary doctors conduct a surgery on a Beagle dog at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing...
Veterinary doctors conduct a surgery on a Beagle dog in an attempt to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog Juice at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China June 15, 2018. Picture taken June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWHE
December 17, 2018
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog...
Beijing, China
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing
Staff prepare a Beagle dog for surgery attempting to make it the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog Juice at a lab of the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China June 15, 2018. Picture taken June 15, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWGN
December 17, 2018
A Beagle with the ID number NTR1917, who is the surrogate mother of the 24 day-old clone of Juice, shares...
Beijing, China
Surrogate mother dog and clone of Juice share enclosure at Sinogene in Beijing
A Beagle with the ID number NTR1917, who is the surrogate mother of the 24 day-old clone of Juice, shares an enclosure with its offspring at the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China October 11, 2018. Picture taken October 11, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWGL
December 17, 2018
Veterinary doctors conduct a pregnancy test on Beagle dog NTR1917, the surrogate mother of a clone of...
Beijing, China
Veterinary doctors conduct a pregnancy test on Beagle dog NTR1917 at Sinogene in Beijing
Veterinary doctors conduct a pregnancy test on Beagle dog NTR1917, the surrogate mother of a clone of the dog Juice, at the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China September 10, 2018. Picture taken September 10, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-PETCLONING/
RTX6IWGK
December 17, 2018
Twenty-four-day old clone of Juice feeds off its surrogate mother, a Beagle dog with the ID number NTR1917,...
Beijing, China
Twenty-four-day old clone of Juice feeds off its surrogate mother at Sinogene in Beijing
Twenty-four-day old clone of Juice feeds off its surrogate mother, a Beagle dog with the ID number NTR1917, at the biotech company Sinogene in Beijing, China October 11, 2018. Picture taken October 11, 2018. REUTERS/Jason Lee
Nepal Earthquake
Nepal Earthquake
Israel Evacuates Surrogate Born Babies - 28 Apr 2015
9 PICTURES
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1ANY1
April 28, 2015
An Israeli holds his surrogate-born baby as he disembarks from an airplane, after being evacuated from...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli holds his surrogate-born baby after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Ben Gurion airport...
An Israeli holds his surrogate-born baby as he disembarks from an airplane, after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Ben Gurion international airport near Tel Aviv, Israel April 28, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1ANUH
April 28, 2015
An Israeli medic holds a baby, born to a surrogate mother, who was evacuated from Nepal and landed at...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli medic holds a baby, born to a surrogate mother, who was evacuated from Nepal and landed at...
An Israeli medic holds a baby, born to a surrogate mother, who was evacuated from Nepal and landed at Ben Gurion international airport near Tel Aviv, Israel April 28, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1ANTC
April 28, 2015
An Israeli parent (C) of an infant born to a surrogate mother is greeted by a relative after being evacuated...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli evacuated from Nepal is greeted by his mother at Ben Gurion international airport near Tel...
An Israeli parent (C) of an infant born to a surrogate mother is greeted by a relative after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Ben Gurion international airport near Tel Aviv, Israel April 28, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1AGUB
April 27, 2015
An Israeli parent (L) of an infant born to a surrogate mother, is greeted by his grandmother (R), after...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli parent is greeted by his grandmother in Tel Aviv
An Israeli parent (L) of an infant born to a surrogate mother, is greeted by his grandmother (R), after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv, Israel April 27, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Nir Elias
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1AGPE
April 27, 2015
An Israeli couple disembark from an airplane after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli couple disembark from an airplane in Tel Aviv
An Israeli couple disembark from an airplane after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv, Israel April 27, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Nir Elias
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1AGOT
April 27, 2015
Israeli Ohad Chitman is greeted by his mother (L) after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli is greeted by his mother in Tel Aviv
Israeli Ohad Chitman is greeted by his mother (L) after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv, Israel April 27, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents, one of them Chitman, from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Nir Elias TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1AGL9
April 27, 2015
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, after being evacuated from Nepal and landing...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, in Tel Aviv
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv, Israel April 27, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Nir Elias
QUAKE-NEPAL/ISRAEL-BABIES
RTX1AGKS
April 27, 2015
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, after being evacuated from Nepal and landing...
Tel Aviv, Israel
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, in Tel Aviv
An Israeli man holds his baby, born to a surrogate mother, after being evacuated from Nepal and landing at Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv, Israel April 27, 2015. Israel began evacuating infants born to surrogate mothers and their Israeli parents from Nepal on Monday, on the return legs of flights sent to provide earthquake relief. Many Israeli male couples have fathered children with the help of surrogate mothers in Nepal because in Israel the procedure is limited by law to heterosexual partners. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1H5
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado (L) feeds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado feeds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home...
Luis Delgado (L) feeds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1H4
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home...
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1H1
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado (R) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home...
Luis Delgado (R) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1GZ
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home...
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1GX
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home...
Luis Delgado (L) holds son Marco as husband Antonio Ferndandez holds their daughter Olivia, at their home in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1GQ
February 25, 2015
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Cancun, Mexico
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis Delgado in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1GL
February 25, 2015
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Cancun, Mexico
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis Delgado in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1GH
February 25, 2015
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Cancun, Mexico
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis...
Antonio Fernandez holds one of his twins, daughter Olivia, in the house where he lives with husband Luis Delgado in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1G2
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds one of his twin babies in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1FX
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds one of his twin babies in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1FS
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds one of his twin babies in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MEXICO-ADOPTION/SPAIN
RTR4R1FQ
February 25, 2015
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Cancun, Mexico
Luis Delgado holds one of his twin babies in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez...
Luis Delgado holds one of his twins, son Marco, in the house where he lives with husband Antonio Fernandez in Cancun February 24, 2015. The gay married couple from Spain who used a Mexican surrogate are unable to return to Spain with their new-born twins as they are unable to secure passports for their babies. The surrogate gave birth to the twins in Tabasco on January 6 but Mexico has refused to give Delgado and Fernandez passports to take the twins home. According to El Pais newspaper, the couple cannot be granted passports due to a conflict of interest. The state of Tabasco recognizes surrogate births but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not. It is illegal for couples to have babies via surrogates in Spain but if the country where the baby was born officially confirms the couple are the biological parents, then Spain will be able to register them. If not, the mother must appear in the paperwork, El Pais reported. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
THAILAND-AUSTRALIA/SURROGACY
RTR4ORYK
February 09, 2015
Thai surrogate mother Pattaramon Janbau shows a certificate of Australian citizenship for the baby she...
Bangkok, Thailand
Thai surrogate mother Pattaramon Janbau shows a certificate of Australian citizenship for the baby she...
Thai surrogate mother Pattaramon Janbau shows a certificate of Australian citizenship for the baby she gave birth to, to the media at the Australian Embassy, in Bangkok February 9, 2015. Baby Gammy, the 12-month-old baby with Downs syndrome allegedly rejected by his Australian biological parents, was granted Australian citizenship last month, said 21-year-old Pattaramon. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
THAILAND-SURROGACY/
RTR45IDE
September 09, 2014
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena...
Pathum Thani, Thailand
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena...
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena Foundation for Children and Women, in Pathum Thani September 9, 2014. The 35-year-old surrogate mother for a foreign couple said she was forced by a Thai agent to deliver her baby in another country due to fear of a crackdown on surrogacy by the Thai authorities, according to Pavena. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
THAILAND-SURROGACY/
RTR45ICZ
September 09, 2014
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena...
Pathum Thani, Thailand
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena...
A woman, who identified by herself as a surrogate mother, looks on during a news conference at Pavena Foundation for Children and Women, in Pathum Thani September 9, 2014. The 35-year-old surrogate mother for a foreign couple said she was forced by a Thai agent to deliver her baby in another country due to fear of a crackdown on surrogacy by the Thai authorities, according to Pavena. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
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