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USA-ELECTION/WISCONSIN
RTX876LX
November 04, 2020
Alyssa Padjen, a City Clerk intern, organizes tapes from ballot counting machines after Election Day...
KENOSHA, UNITED STATES
2020 U.S. presidential election in Wisconsin
Alyssa Padjen, a City Clerk intern, organizes tapes from ballot counting machines after Election Day at the Kenosha Municipal Building in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S. November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
USA-ELECTION/WISCONSIN
RTX876LJ
November 04, 2020
Alyssa Padjen, a City Clerk intern, organize tapes from ballot counting machines after Election Day at...
KENOSHA, UNITED STATES
2020 U.S. presidential election in Wisconsin
Alyssa Padjen, a City Clerk intern, organize tapes from ballot counting machines after Election Day at the Kenosha Municipal Building in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S. November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Acker
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-GYM
RTX7XH3W
September 23, 2020
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at the "X GYM" fitness center, amidst the coronavirus...
Mexico City, Mexico
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at a fitness center in Mexico City
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at the "X GYM" fitness center, amidst the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Mexico City, Mexico September 23, 2020. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-GYM
RTX7XH0R
September 23, 2020
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at the "X GYM" fitness center, amidst the coronavirus...
Mexico City, Mexico
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at a fitness center in Mexico City
An exercise machine marked with tape is pictured at the "X GYM" fitness center, amidst the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Mexico City, Mexico September 23, 2020. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/EL SALVADOR
RTX7U229
September 08, 2020
Members use stationary bikes next to machines wrapped in tape to deter members from using and ensuring...
Antiguo Cuscatlan, El Salvador
Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in El Salvador
Members use stationary bikes next to machines wrapped in tape to deter members from using and ensuring safe distance among gym goers, at Bally Sport Center, after a five-month quarantine, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Antiguo Cuscatlan, El Salvador September 7, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-TOYOTA
RTX7EME1
April 21, 2020
An employee of Toyota Motor Manufacturing France walks past taped off vending machines inside the plant...
Onnaing, France
Toyota Motor Manufacturing France resumes operations after five week closure amid the coronavirus disease...
An employee of Toyota Motor Manufacturing France walks past taped off vending machines inside the plant as it resumes its operations after five weeks of closure during a lockdown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Onnaing, France, April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-TOYOTA
RTX7EMDN
April 21, 2020
Taped off coffee machines are seen inside the Toyota Motor Manufacturing France plant as it resumes its...
Onnaing, France
Toyota Motor Manufacturing France resumes operations after five week closure amid the coronavirus disease...
Taped off coffee machines are seen inside the Toyota Motor Manufacturing France plant as it resumes its operations after five weeks of closure during a lockdown amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Onnaing, France, April 21, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SINGAPORE
RTS37SS4
April 01, 2020
A taped up area to encourage social distancing is pictured next to money exchange machines at a mall,...
Singapore, Singapore
Spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Singapore
A taped up area to encourage social distancing is pictured next to money exchange machines at a mall, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Singapore, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Edgar Su
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE
RTS3751L
March 25, 2020
Public exercise machines are covered with barricade tape as a precautionary measure, amid the coronavirus...
Santiago, Chile
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Santiago
Public exercise machines are covered with barricade tape as a precautionary measure, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Santiago, Chile March 24, 2020. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHILE
RTS3751E
March 25, 2020
A man uses a public exercise machine which is covered with barricade tape as a precautionary measure,...
Santiago, Chile
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Santiago
A man uses a public exercise machine which is covered with barricade tape as a precautionary measure, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Santiago, Chile March 24, 2020. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ETHIOPIAN-AIRPLANE/BLACKBOX-EXPLAINER
RTX6R7W4
March 14, 2019
An official from FranceÕs BEA air crash investigation agency speaks near the machines used to listen...
Le Bourget, France
An official from FranceÕs BEA air crash investigation agency speaks near machines used to listen to tapes...
An official from FranceÕs BEA air crash investigation agency speaks near the machines used to listen to tapes that are recovered from black boxes during a press visit at their offices in Le Bourget, France, September 14, 2018. Picture taken September 14, 2018. REUTERS/Tim Hepher
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64WE
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64VT
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte, Portugal May 16,...
Monforte, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, prepares a reel before a projection in Monforte, Portugal May 16, 2015. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64R5
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes,...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, carries projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's traveling film projectionists. After six decades traveling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
LIFE-PORTUGAL/FILM
RTS64J0
November 09, 2015
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova...
Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes...
Projectionist Antonio Feliciano, 75, spools film onto projection reels at Girasol cinema in Vila Nova de Milfontes, Portugal August 31, 2013. Shades of Oscar-winning classic "Cinema Paradiso" run through the life of Feliciano, a sprightly 75-year-old who fears he may be the last of Portugal's travelling film projectionists. After six decades travelling four million km (2.5 million miles) to screen 4,000 films in Portugal's far-flung villages, Feliciano does not plan to retire just yet. But he is resigned to the fact that the Internet, digital TV and distribution monopolies have made his craft obsolete. Picture taken August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante
USA-PUERTORICO/TOURISM
RTX1LZGL
July 27, 2015
A person walks between unoccupied slot machines in the Condado Plaza Hotel after a spokesman announced...
San Juan, Puerto Rico
A person walks between unoccupied slot machines in the Condado Plaza Hotel in San Juan
A person walks between unoccupied slot machines in the Condado Plaza Hotel after a spokesman announced that the casino is closing, in San Juan, Puerto Rico July 22, 2015. Puerto Rico may sport palm trees, pristine beaches and glorious weather but its tourism industry is losing out to rival Caribbean islands - and that is holding the U.S. territory back at a time when its deeply troubled economy most needs a fillip. Hoteliers blame a variety of issues for Puerto Rico lagging in both the growth of visitors and hotel rooms: mandatory staff perks, high construction and electricity costs, as well as plenty of red tape. Picture taken July 22, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7WE
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar neck made out of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7VU
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7VG
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 8, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 8. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7VE
October 22, 2014
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen as musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen inside the workshop of Argentine luthier Galasso in Buenos...
Guitar bodies made out of skateboards are seen as musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar inside the workshop of his associate Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7V2
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso strips off the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7UZ
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on the stripping of the black tape of a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7UX
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso shows a skate guitar and a double neck one, both made by him, at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7T9
October 22, 2014
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine...
Musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro plays a skate guitar made by his associate Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso at their studio in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7T6
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso adjusts a guitar pick-up on a skate guitar at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7SW
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso (R) polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso (R) polishes a guitar neck at his workshop as his associate, musician and former skate pro Gianfranco De Gennaro, plays a guitar in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7SH
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar body made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7SF
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso drills into a skateboard at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7RZ
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires...
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso works on a guitar he made out of skateboards at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7RF
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires October...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso cuts a skateboard with a saw at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. To match story ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA-GUITARMAKER/
RTR4B7QS
October 22, 2014
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires
Argentine luthier Ezequiel Galasso polishes a guitar neck at his workshop in Buenos Aires October 17, 2014. Working a pedal-powered carpentry machine, Galasso is giving beat-up skateboards a new lease on life, recycling them into electric guitars coveted by the likes of American rock band Pearl Jam. In one corner of his workshop in Almagro, Buenos Aires' up-and-coming tango district, skateboard decks stripped of their black grip tape and wheels are piled high. Picture taken on October 17. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D4
March 28, 2013
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses for Reuters at the...
Ypres, Belgium
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses at the factory's plant...
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, poses for Reuters at the factory's plant in Ypres January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D3
March 28, 2013
Geoffrey Moreau, 21, from France, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works in a foundry at the factory's...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol works in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres
Geoffrey Moreau, 21, from France, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D2
March 28, 2013
Anthony Lenoble, 33 from France, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works in a foundry at the factory's...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol works in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres
Anthony Lenoble, 33 from France, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D1
March 28, 2013
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol demonstrates how iron is melted in a foundry at the factory's plant...
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists how iron is melted for the company's weaving machines in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE COMMODITIES)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0D0
March 28, 2013
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, talks to Reuters at the factory's...
Ypres, Belgium
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, talks at the factory's plant...
Geert Ostyn, vice president of weaving machines at Belgian company Picanol, talks to Reuters at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CZ
March 28, 2013
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, a worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol demonstrates how iron is melted in a foundry at the factory's plant...
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, a worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists how iron is melted for the company's weaving machines in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CY
March 28, 2013
Lorenzo Pattyn, 24 from Belgium, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works on the construction of weaving...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol works on the construction of weaving machines at the factory's plant...
Lorenzo Pattyn, 24 from Belgium, employee at Belgian company Picanol, works on the construction of weaving machines at the factory's plant in Ypres January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CX
March 28, 2013
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol demonstrates to how iron is melted in a foundry in Ypres
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists how iron is melted for the company's weaving machines in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE COMMODITIES)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CW
March 28, 2013
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, a worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol demonstrates how iron is melted in a foundry in Ypres
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, a worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists how iron is melted for the company's weaving machines in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TEXTILE COMMODITIES)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CV
March 28, 2013
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists...
Ypres, Belgium
A worker at Belgian company Picanol demonstrates how iron is melted in a foundry at the factory's plant...
Bernard Mickael, 35, from France, worker at Belgian company Picanol, demonstrates to Reuters journalists how iron is melted for the company's weaving machines in a foundry at the factory's plant in Ypres, January 18, 2013. Picanol, a leading exporter of the weaving machines, is reliant on countries outside Europe for its growth as Belgium and the euro zone struggle to emerge from crisis with the twin burdens of public debt and heavy regulation. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 18, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TEXTILE COMMODITIES)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CU
March 28, 2013
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for...
GOSSELIES, Belgium
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies, poses at the company's headquarters in Gosselies...
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for industrial printing machines, poses for Reuters at the company's headquarters in Gosselies, January 24, 2013. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 24, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CT
March 28, 2013
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for...
GOSSELIES, Belgium
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies, poses at the company's headquarters in Gosselies...
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for industrial printing machines, poses for Reuters at the company's headquarters in Gosselies, January 24, 2013. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 24, 2013.To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CS
March 28, 2013
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for...
GOSSELIES, Belgium
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies, poses at the company's headquarters in Gosselies...
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for industrial printing machines, poses for Reuters at the company's headquarters in Gosselies, January 24, 2013. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 24, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-BELGIUM/
RTXY0CR
March 28, 2013
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for...
GOSSELIES, Belgium
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies, poses at the company's headquarters in Gosselies...
Esmeralda Desart, managing director of Digiprint Supplies c/o Big Fish that provides spare parts for industrial printing machines, poses for Reuters at the company's headquarters in Gosselies, January 24, 2013. Trying to emerge from three years of crisis, the European Union has mandated deep reforms to help revive the continent's weakened economy, but Belgium, home to the EU's headquarters, has enacted very few of those changes. Italy, Spain and Portugal have been forced to confront bloated public finances and fading business dynamism. But entrepreneurs in wealthier northern nations like Belgium say their governments feel no such urgency to cut regulatory red tape, confront powerful trade unions and modernise. Picture taken January 24, 2013. To match Feature EUROZONE-BELGIUM/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/
RTR3A1WC
November 06, 2012
Poll worker Bill Bryant tapes up a sign on a voting machine warning voters of the sensitivity of the...
Pineville, UNITED STATES
Poll worker Bill Bryant tapes up a sign on a voting machine warning voters of the sensitivity of the...
Poll worker Bill Bryant tapes up a sign on a voting machine warning voters of the sensitivity of the touch screen during the U.S. presidential election in Pineville, North Carolina November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS USA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ELECTIONS)
USA-CAMPAIGN/BUSINESS
RTR37AB2
August 30, 2012
Worker Delante Amos unloads rolls of tape from a cutting machine at a Wrap-Tite manufacturing facility...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Worker Delante Amos unloads rolls of tape from a cutting machine at a Wrap-Tite manufacturing facility...
Worker Delante Amos unloads rolls of tape from a cutting machine at a Wrap-Tite manufacturing facility in Solon, Ohio July 13, 2012. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
WALLSTREET-PROTESTS/OAKLAND
RTR2TJD2
November 02, 2011
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally...
Oakland, UNITED STATES
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally...
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally against Wall Street and police brutality in Oakland, California November 2, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
WALLSTREET-PROTESTS/OAKLAND
RTR2TJD1
November 02, 2011
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally...
Oakland, UNITED STATES
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally...
An ATM machine is seen with tape and various pamphlets as Occupy Oakland demonstrators continue to rally against Wall Street and police brutality in Oakland, California November 2, 2011. REUTERS/Stephen Lam (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR2RJAO
September 19, 2011
A technician works on an old video tape at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne,...
Paris, France
A technician works at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne,
A technician works on an old video tape at the INA (National Audiovisual Institute) at Bry-sur-Marne, eastern Paris, September 19 2011. The INA is a repository of all French radio and television audiovisual archives.REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR2GFQJ
July 15, 2010
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul July 15, 2010. Labourers,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul
A cassette player is placed on bricks at a brick-making factory outside Kabul July 15, 2010. Labourers, most of whom work barefoot and without gloves, earn from $3 to $8 a day depending on their working hours and the number of bricks they make. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-REFERENDUM/
RTX47FN
November 29, 2007
A portrait of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez with tape on his mouth is seen among flags reading 'No'...
Caracas, Venezuela
A portrait of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez with tape on his mouth is seen among flags reading 'No'...
A portrait of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez with tape on his mouth is seen among flags reading 'No' during a march against his proposal of constitutional changes in Caracas November 29, 2007. Chavez needs to rely on a vast get-out-the-vote machine to avoid an unprecedented defeat when Venezuelans cast ballots on Sunday in a referendum on letting him run for re-election indefinitely. REUTERS/Francesco Spotorno (VENEZUELA)
PHILIPPINES
RTRE6QW
June 13, 2005
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic seminary...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic ...
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic seminary in Manila. Philippine children look at the machine gun of a government soldier in a residential district near the Roman Catholic seminary where a former intelligence officer is holed up in Manila's Makati financial district June 13, 2005. Church officials are giving sanctuary to Samuel Ong, a former intelligence official claiming to have copies of tapes suggesting President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo condoned cheating in the election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES
RTRE6PR
June 13, 2005
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic seminary...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic ...
Philippine children look at soldier's machine gun in residential district near Roman Catholic seminary in Manila. Philippine children look at the machine gun of a government soldier in a residential district near the Roman Catholic seminary where a former intelligence officer is holed up in Manila's Makati financial district June 13, 2005. Church officials are giving sanctuary to Samuel Ong, a former intelligence official claiming to have copies of tapes suggesting President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo condoned cheating in the election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES
RTRE6P8
June 13, 2005
Philippine soldier prepares machine gun near Roman Catholic seminary in Manila's Makati financial district....
Manila, Philippines
Philippine soldier prepares machine gun near Roman Catholic seminary in Manila's Makati ...
Philippine soldier prepares machine gun near Roman Catholic seminary in Manila's Makati financial district. A Philippine soldier prepares his machine gun on top of an armoured personnel carrier as soldiers take position near the Roman Catholic seminary where a former intelligence officer is holed up in Manila's Makati financial district June 13, 2005. Church officials are giving sanctuary to Samuel Ong, a former intelligence official claiming to have copies of tapes suggesting President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo condoned cheating in the election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
USA
RTXNE62
April 13, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 09APR05- Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine...
West Point, USA
-PHOTO TAKEN 09APR05- Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machin.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 09APR05- Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot near West Point, Kentucky April 9, 2005. Thousands of machine gun and military hardware enthusiasts attended the event held each year over weekends in the spring and fall. Green was attending the event to tape a segment for a television entertainment program. PHOTO TAKEN APRIL 9.
MACHINE GUNS
RTR81GM
April 09, 2005
Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot near West Point,...
West Point, USA
Actor Tom Green fires machine gun at machine gun shoot.
Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot near West Point, Kentucky April 9, 2005. Thousands of machine gun and military hardware enthusiasts attended the event held each year over weekends in the spring and fall. Green was attending the event to tape a segment for a television entertainment program. PHOTO TAKEN APRIL 9. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
MACHINE GUNS
RTR7TA6
April 09, 2005
Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot near West Point,...
West Point, USA
Actor Tom Green fires machine gun at machine gun shoot.
Actor and comedian Tom Green shoots a machine gun during the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot near West Point, Kentucky April 9, 2005. Thousands of machine gun and military hardware enthusiasts attended the event held each year over weekends in the spring and fall. Green was attending the event to tape a segment for a television entertainment program. PHOTO TAKEN APRIL 9. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
BRAZIL INDIAN
RTR7UWS
July 18, 2002
Leonel Brizola (2nd R), president of the Democratic Workers Party
(PDT), accompanies the casket of Xavante...
Brasilia, Brazil -
CASKET OF FIRST BRAZILIAN INDIAN CONGRESSMAN CARRIED OUTSIDE THE LOWER
HOUSE IN BRAZIL.
Leonel Brizola (2nd R), president of the Democratic Workers Party
(PDT), accompanies the casket of Xavante indian chief Mario Juruna, as
they walk out past the Lower House of Congress, after a special wake
July 18, 2002. Juruna was the only Brazilian indian to serve in the
Lower house as a member of Congress, during the period of 1982-1986,
for the PDT. Juruna, who lived in the forest until he had first contact
with outside civilization at the age of 17, was famous for carrying
around a taping machine to record promises made by politicians. Juruna
died at the age of 58 due to complications from diabetes, doctors said.
REUTERS/Jamil Bittar

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BRAZIL INDIAN
RTR7UVT
July 18, 2002
Leonel Brizola (3rd R), president of the Democratic Workers Party
(PDT), speaks to the media crush alongside...
Brasilia, Brazil -
DEMOCRATIC WORKERS PARTY CANDIDATE AT WAKE FOR FIRST BRAZILIAN INDIAN
CONGRESSMAN.
Leonel Brizola (3rd R), president of the Democratic Workers Party
(PDT), speaks to the media crush alongside the coffin of Xavante indian
chief Mario Juruna, during a special wake in the Congress July 18,
2002. Juruna was the only Brazilian indian to be a member of Congress,
during the period of 1982-1986, as a member of the PDT. Juruna, who
lived in the forest until he had first contact with outside
civilization at the age of 17, was famous for carrying around a taping
machine to record promises made by politicians. Juruna died at the age
of 58 due to complications from diabetes, doctors said. REUTERS/Jamil
Bittar

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