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CALIFORNIA-WILDFIRES/
RTS270K0
November 22, 2018
A handwritten sign is seen on a telephone poll on the road to Paradise in Chico, California, U.S. November...
Chico, UNITED STATES
A handwritten sign is seen on a telephone poll on the road to Paradise in Chico
A handwritten sign is seen on a telephone poll on the road to Paradise in Chico, California, U.S. November 21, 2018. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTSYP8P
February 14, 2017
People walk by the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People walk by the former Post and Telegraph Palace now the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
People walk by the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72M
May 23, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner applauds as she stands in front of musicians from...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner applauds in front of musicians from Argentina's National...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner applauds as she stands in front of musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium during the official inauguration of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 21, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. With wooden slats on the walls evoking a whale's ribs, it will house the nation's previously homeless symphony orchestra. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Argentine Presidency/Handout via Reuters

ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72K
May 23, 2015
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron,...
Visitors look at a recreation of what used to be the office of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron, at the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72J
May 23, 2015
Cutouts of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Images of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center...
Cutouts of former employees of the Post and Telegraph Palace are seen inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72F
May 23, 2015
Conductor Pedro Ignacio Calderon (C) and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor Calderon and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale'...
Conductor Pedro Ignacio Calderon (C) and musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. With wooden slats on the walls evoking a whale's ribs, it will house the nation's previously homeless symphony orchestra. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72E
May 23, 2015
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors take pictures inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72C
May 23, 2015
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are...
A replica of Argentina's former First Lady Eva Peron's jacket and sapphire and diamond flag brooch are seen draped over a chair in what used to be her office at the former Post and Telegraph Palace, now the Kirchner Cultural Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E72B
May 23, 2015
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors walk inside the dome on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E714
May 23, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner poses for a picture during the the official inauguration...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner poses for a picture during the the official inauguration...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner poses for a picture during the the official inauguration of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 21, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken on May 21, 2015. REUTERS/Argentine Presidency/Handout via Reuters

ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS.
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E712
May 23, 2015
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E710
May 23, 2015
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the...
Musicians from Argentina's National Symphony Orchestra rehearse in the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. With wooden slats on the walls evoking a whale's ribs, it will house the nation's previously homeless symphony orchestra. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70Y
May 23, 2015
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center, near the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
Visitors walk on the terrace of the Kirchner Cultural Center, near the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace (L, back) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70X
May 23, 2015
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires
A woman walks down stairs inside the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70W
May 23, 2015
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos...
Employees work on a crane above the 'Blue Whale' auditorium in the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70T
May 23, 2015
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires
A worker cleans stained glass above the Kirchner Cultural Center's main hall in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70S
May 23, 2015
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires
The facade of the Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CULTURE/
RTX1E70P
May 23, 2015
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural...
A man takes a picture of a mirror with an image of late president Nestor Kirchner at the Kirchner Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 22, 2015. With less than a year to go in her presidency, Cristina Fernandez has sought her place in Argentina's cultural history, unveiling Latin America's largest arts complex, housed in Buenos Aires's historic former Post and Telegraph Palace. Named after Fernandez's late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the Kirchner Cultural Center's focal piece is an avant-garde bulbous "blue whale" auditorium. The neoclassical building, revamped by local architects, boasts more than 100,000 square meters (1.08 million square feet). It has no permanent art collection, but will stage exhibits, concerts and shows. Critics have called it an above-budget vanity project. To match story ARGENTINA-CULTURE/ Picture taken May 22, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3WZT7
July 03, 2014
A Palestinian stone-thrower takes cover behind a street pole during clashes with Israeli police in Shuafat,...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian stone-thrower takes cover behind a street pole during clashes with Israeli police in Shuafat...
A Palestinian stone-thrower takes cover behind a street pole during clashes with Israeli police in Shuafat, an Arab suburb of Jerusalem, July 3, 2014. Israel faced a second day of violent Palestinian protests in Jerusalem on Thursday after the discovery of the body of a 16-year-old Palestinian boy on Wednesday in a forest near the city. Police clashed with a few dozen stone-throwing Palestinians in Shuafat, but the violence was on a much smaller scale than on Wednesday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
 BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3WPU2
July 01, 2014
Cables are seen around a utility pole in Salvador July 1, 2014. In a project called 'On the Sidelines'...
Salvador, Brazil
Cables are seen around a utility pole in Salvador
Cables are seen around a utility pole in Salvador July 1, 2014. In a project called 'On the Sidelines' Reuters photographers share pictures showing their own quirky and creative view of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCIETY)
Ukraine/
RTR3IX19
March 24, 2014
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard outside a Ukrainian Army military camp set up on a field close to the...
Ukraine
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard outside a Ukrainian Army military camp set up on a field close to the...
A Ukrainian soldier stands guard outside a Ukrainian Army military camp set up on a field close to the Russian border in east Ukraine March 24, 2014. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
USA-SHOOTING/CONNECTICUT
RTX163S4
December 04, 2013
A sign expressing displeasure with the media is tacked on a pole in Newtown, Connecticut December 4,...
Newtown, UNITED STATES
A sign expressing displeasure with the media is tacked on a pole in Newtown
A sign expressing displeasure with the media is tacked on a pole in Newtown, Connecticut December 4, 2013 . Nearly half an hour of 911 recordings from the shooting that killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December 14 were ordered released by the state Freedom of Information Commission . REUTERS/Michelle McLoughlin (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2UJTR
November 27, 2011
A man, displaced for over three months by flooding, carries his sandals while walking through floodwater...
Sanghar, Pakistan
A man, displaced for over three months by flooding, carries his sandals while walking through floodwater...
A man, displaced for over three months by flooding, carries his sandals while walking through floodwater in the Sanghar district of Pakistan's Sindh province November 27, 2011. Floods in August hit Sindh province in the south of Pakistan, killing at least 430 people and disrupting the lives of nine million. Many people are still camping out in the open with little food, water or shelter ahead of winter. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
LIBYA/
RTR2KRHT
April 03, 2011
A rebel fighter and supporters climb an electricity pole with a Kingdom of Libya flag on the road to...
BREGA, Libya
Rebel fighter and supporters climb an electricity pole with their flag on the road to the east of Brega,...
A rebel fighter and supporters climb an electricity pole with a Kingdom of Libya flag on the road to the east of Brega, in Libya, April 3, 2011. Warplanes flew over Brega overnight as rebels fought troops loyal to Muammar Gaddafi for control of the east Libyan oil town, rebel fighters said. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (LIBYA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)
INDIA/
RTXWROB
January 19, 2011
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a five-day long kite festival...
Ahmedabad, India
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a kite festival in Ahmedabad...
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a five-day long kite festival in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad January 19, 2011. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY)
INDIA/
RTXWRO1
January 19, 2011
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a five-day long kite festival...
Ahmedabad, India
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a kite festival in Ahmedabad...
Labourers remove kites tangled up on electric power cables after the end of a five-day long kite festival in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad January 19, 2011. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-FLOODS/
RTXWHSI
January 12, 2011
A telegraph pole is seen in a flooded industrial estate in the Brisbane suburb of Yeerongpily January...
Brisbane, Australia
A telegraph pole is seen in a flooded industrial estate in the Brisbane suburb of Yeerongpily
A telegraph pole is seen in a flooded industrial estate in the Brisbane suburb of Yeerongpily January 13, 2011. Deadly floods in Australia's third-biggest city were peaking on Thursday below the levels Brisbane had feared, but the state premier said reconstruction costs would reach "post-war proportions". REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN/
RTXVA2O
December 01, 2010
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore December 1, 2010....
Lahore, Pakistan
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore
Workers climb on utility poles as they repair electricity cables on a street in Lahore December 1, 2010. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TYPHOON/
RTXTMQQ
October 20, 2010
A worker fixes a telephone wire along the main highway after typhoon Megi hit Ilagan town, Isabela province,...
Manila, Philippines
A worker fixes a telephone wire along the main highway after typhoon Megi hit Ilagan town, Isabela province...
A worker fixes a telephone wire along the main highway after typhoon Megi hit Ilagan town, Isabela province, north of Manila October 20, 2010. Megi regained strength and headed for southern China on Wednesday after wreaking havoc across the northern Philippines, destroying thousands of homes and killing at least 11 people. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTR2GKQO
July 20, 2010
A car drives along wooden electrical poles, which have been brought down earlier by strong wind, some...
Kyzyl, Russia
A car drives along wooden electrical poles, which have been brought down earlier by strong wind west...
A car drives along wooden electrical poles, which have been brought down earlier by strong wind, some 149 km (93 miles) west of the city Kyzyl in Russia's Tuva region, July 20, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXPJXJ
October 12, 2009
Boys walk past utility poles on their way to school in Kabul October 12, 2009. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Boys walk past utility poles on their way to school in Kabul
Boys walk past utility poles on their way to school in Kabul October 12, 2009. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN ENERGY EDUCATION)
RUSSIA/
RTR26YUE
August 21, 2009
Birds sit on utility wires outside the city of Abakan in Khakassia region, about 420 km (260 miles) south...
Abakan, Russia
Birds sit on utility wires outside the city of Abakan in Khakassia region of Russia
Birds sit on utility wires outside the city of Abakan in Khakassia region, about 420 km (260 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, August 21, 2009. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
RTR26SRI
August 17, 2009
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island...
Iqaluit, Canada
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island...
A woman pushes a baby pram while walking along a dirt road at dusk in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic August 16, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR24H01
June 09, 2009
A worker repairs cables in Beijing June 9, 2009. China's major power generators have submitted a proposal...
Beijing, China
A worker repairs cables in Beijing
A worker repairs cables in Beijing June 9, 2009. China's major power generators have submitted a proposal to the cabinet, urging the authorities to raise power prices to reflect their costs and rescue them from deep losses, Caijing Magazine reported on Monday. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY)
PERU/
RTXONWZ
May 27, 2009
People walk through fog in a shantytown in Lima May 27, 2009. Peru's government launch a health campaign...
Lima, Peru
People walk through fog in a shantytown in Lima
People walk through fog in a shantytown in Lima May 27, 2009. Peru's government launch a health campaign that includes vaccinations and medical tests for poor people affected by the humid weather in Lima. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
WILDFIRES-CALIFORNIA
RTXARA4
November 19, 2008
An AT&T crew works on damaged telephone lines in Brea,California November 18, 2008 after wildfires burned...
Yorba Linda, UNITED STATES
An AT&T crew works on damaged telephone lines in Brea
An AT&T crew works on damaged telephone lines in Brea,California November 18, 2008 after wildfires burned through the community November 15th. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
GEORGIA-OSSETIA/REFUGEES
RTXA324
October 30, 2008
General view of a construction site of a new settlement for refugees, some 60 km (37 miles) west of Tbilisi,...
Tbilisi, Georgia
General view of a construction site of a new settlement for refugees some 60 km (37 miles) west of Tbilisi...
General view of a construction site of a new settlement for refugees, some 60 km (37 miles) west of Tbilisi, October 29, 2008. Thousands of Georgians made homeless by the August war with Russia over breakaway South Ossetia watch anxiously the approach of winter, marked by snow on the mountains and yellowing leaves on the poplar trees. Picture taken October 29, 2008. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
AFGHANISTAN
RTR1XA6L
February 19, 2008
An electrician works on the top of an electricity pole in Kabul February 19, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Electrician works on the top of an electricity pole in Kabul
An electrician works on the top of an electricity pole in Kabul February 19, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1V89L
October 23, 2007
A man and his children head home as the sun sets in Kabul October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A man and his children head home as the sun sets in Kabul
A man and his children head home as the sun sets in Kabul October 23, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
CALIFORNIA-WILDFIRE/
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October 21, 2007
Fire burns through a utility pole as firefighters work to contain a wildfire in Malibu, California October...
Malibu, UNITED STATES
Fire burns through a utility pole as firefighters work to contain a wildfire in Malibu
Fire burns through a utility pole as firefighters work to contain a wildfire in Malibu, California October 21, 2007. Powerful winds fanned wildfires burning through the canyons of the seaside celebrity enclave of Malibu on Sunday, forcing hundreds to evacuate and putting a university campus on alert. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
USA-LANDSLIDE/
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October 03, 2007
A general view shows the site of a landslide in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla, California October...
La Jolla, UNITED STATES
A general view shows the site of a landslide in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla, California
A general view shows the site of a landslide in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla, California October 03, 2007. One home collapsed and streets buckled in a landslide in the hilly southern California town of La Jolla on Wednesday, officials said. REUTERS/Lenny Ignelzi/Pool (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN/
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August 20, 2007
Starlings perch on a telephone wire in Ravenstone, central England August 20, 2007. REUTERS/Darren...
Leicester, United Kingdom
Starlings perch on a telephone wire in Ravenstone
Starlings perch on a telephone wire in Ravenstone, central England August 20, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
HURRICANE-DEAN/
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August 20, 2007
A resident of Port Royal climbs an electricity pole after Hurricane Dean passed in Kingston, August 20,...
Kingston, Jamaica
A resident of Port Royal climbs an electricity pole after Hurricane Dean passed in Kingston
A resident of Port Royal climbs an electricity pole after Hurricane Dean passed in Kingston, August 20, 2007. A strengthening Hurricane Dean took aim at Mexico's Yucatan on Monday after battering Jamaica's southern coast, flooding its capital and littering streets with broken trees and roofs during a Caribbean rampage that has killed at least nine people. Dean was an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 hurricane, the second-highest on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale, and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it could strengthen to a potentially catastrophic Category 5. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (JAMAICA)
HURRICANE-DEAN/
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August 20, 2007
A resident of Port Royal surveys the damage after Hurricane Dean in Kingston, August 20, 2007. A strengthening...
Kingston, Jamaica
A resident of Port Royal surveys the damage after Hurricane Dean in Kingston
A resident of Port Royal surveys the damage after Hurricane Dean in Kingston, August 20, 2007. A strengthening Hurricane Dean took aim at Mexico's Yucatan on Monday after battering Jamaica's southern coast, flooding its capital and littering streets with broken trees and roofs during a Caribbean rampage that has killed at least nine people. Dean was an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 hurricane, the second-highest on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale, and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it could strengthen to a potentially catastrophic Category 5. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (JAMAICA)
SWEDEN/
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August 15, 2007
A solitary driver travels the main highway in the early morning, north of Ostersund, August 15, 2007....
Ostersund, Sweden
A solitary driver travels the main highway in the early morning, north of Ostersund
A solitary driver travels the main highway in the early morning, north of Ostersund, August 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN)
AFGHANISTAN/
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June 28, 2007
Soldiers from the NATO-led coalition force walk across their base in Kandahar Air Field after heavy rain...
Kandahar, Afghanistan
Soldiers from the NATO-led coalition force walk across their base in Kandahar Air Field after heavy rain...
Soldiers from the NATO-led coalition force walk across their base in Kandahar Air Field after heavy rain June 28, 2007. Unseasonal rains have led to flooding in Kandahar it is also threatening farmer's crops in the province. REUTERS/ Finbarr O'Reilly (AFGHANISTAN)
LEBANON-FIGHTING/
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May 26, 2007
A man sits on top of a truck, at the Beddawi refugee camp, carrying relief goods by the United Arab Emirates...
Tripoli, Lebanon
A man sits on top of a truck, at the Beddawi refugee camp, carrying relief goods by the United Arab Emirates...
A man sits on top of a truck, at the Beddawi refugee camp, carrying relief goods by the United Arab Emirates for Palestinians who fled the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon May 26, 2007. The United States sent more ammunition on Saturday to Lebanon whose army is struggling to defeat a group of heavily-armed Islamic militants holed up inside a Palestinian refugee camp. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (LEBANON)
PERU
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April 25, 2007
A child is silhouetted in a street in the shanty town Pachacutec, northern Lima, April 24, 2007 . REUTERS/Mariana...
Lima, Peru
A child is silhouetted in a street in the shanty town Pachacutec
A child is silhouetted in a street in the shanty town Pachacutec, northern Lima, April 24, 2007 . REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU)
CANADA/
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February 11, 2007
A general view of the Quebec town of Herouxville, February 11, 2007. A Muslim group of women met with...
HEROUXVILLE, Canada
The Quebec town of Herouxville is seen prior to meeting with Muslim women
A general view of the Quebec town of Herouxville, February 11, 2007. A Muslim group of women met with the residents to voice their objection to the town council's recently passed code of social norms that new immigrants would have to adhere to. REUTERS/Shaun Best (CANADA)
CHINA
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August 16, 2006
Ethnic Tibetan men stand on the roof of their house as the sun sets at a Tibetan village at the feet...
TONGREN, China
Ethnic Tibetan men stand on the roof of their house in Tongren County
Ethnic Tibetan men stand on the roof of their house as the sun sets at a Tibetan village at the feet of Kalong Mountain in Tongren County, northwestern China's Qinghai province, August 16, 2006. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHERNOBYL
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April 26, 2006
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power...
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant April 26, 2006. Mourners bearing candles marked the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on Wednesday, honouring those who died as leaders pledged to ensure it would never happen again. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CHERNOBYL
RTR1CT8A
April 26, 2006
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power...
General view of the 'sarcophagus' covering the damaged fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant April 26, 2006. Mourners bearing candles marked the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on Wednesday, honouring those who died as leaders pledged to ensure it would never happen again. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
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April 14, 2006
General view of Ukraine's ghost town of Pripyat, April 13, 2006. Ukraine prepares to mark the 20th anniversary...
Pripyat, Ukraine
Undated file photo of Ukraine's ghost town of Pripyat
General view of Ukraine's ghost town of Pripyat, April 13, 2006. Ukraine prepares to mark the 20th anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster, when a reactor at the Chernobyl plant exploded, spreading a radioactive cloud across Europe and the Soviet Union. Picture taken April 13, 2006. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
AUSTRALIA
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May 25, 2005
A plane's vapour trail is seen in the sky above a house in suburban Sydney May 25, 2005. Scientists from...
Sydney, Australia
A plane's vapour trail is seen in the sky above a house in suburban Sydney.
A plane's vapour trail is seen in the sky above a house in suburban Sydney May 25, 2005. Scientists from Israel, Germany, the U.S. and Australia have recently discovered that the amount of sunlight reaching the surface of the earth has been falling over recent decades due to the burning of fossil fuels that result in tiny airborne pieces of soot, ash and sulphur compounds reflecting back the heat of the sun. Scientists say that the phenomenon, named "global dimming", is actually cushioning the earth's surface from the full impact of global warming, and they fear that as the burning of coal and oil becomes more efficient, and dimming is reduced, the full effects on temperatures may be unleashed, with some estimates of a 10 degrees increase occurring by the end of the century. REUTERS/David Gray DG/CN
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRFG8C
November 10, 2004
Private Alex McConnachie of Bravo Company of Britain's Black Watch mans an observation post in a bombed...
Camp Dogwood
Soldier from Black Watch mans an observation post at a forward operating base near Camp Dogwood in Iraq....
Private Alex McConnachie of Bravo Company of Britain's Black Watch mans an observation post in a bombed out building at a forward operating base near Camp Dogwood, 30 miles south west of Baghdad November 10, 2004. REUTERS/Heathcliff O'Malley/The Daily Telegraph/Pool MD
IRAQ BRITAIN
RTRFG84
November 10, 2004
Private Alex McConnachie of Bravo Company of Britain's Black Watch mans an observation post in a bombed...
Camp Dogwood
Soldier from Black Watch mans an observation post at a forward operating base near Camp Dogwood in Iraq....
Private Alex McConnachie of Bravo Company of Britain's Black Watch mans an observation post in a bombed out building at a forward operating base near Camp Dogwood, 30 miles south west of Baghdad November 10, 2004. REUTERS/Heathcliff O'Malley/The Daily Telegraph/Pool MD
MEDIA HOLLINGER TRIAL
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February 20, 2004
Newspaper Tycoon Conrad Black shrugs reporters questions as he exits the New Castle County courthouse...
Wilmington, United States of America
CONRAD BLACK EXITS THE COURTHOUSE AFTER TESTIFYING IN WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
Newspaper Tycoon Conrad Black shrugs reporters questions as he exits the New Castle County courthouse after testifying in the Hollinger vs. Black trial in the Chancery court in Wilmington, Delaware, February 20, 2004. Black testified in his legal battle with board members of Hollinger International Inc. that they pushed him into resigning and agreeing to repay disputed compensation. He denied the company's contention that he collected improper payments during his tenure as chairman and chief executive of the company, which owns the Chicago Sun-Times, London's Daily Telegraph and the Jerusalem Post. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TMS/JDP
MEDIA HOLLINGER TRIAL
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February 20, 2004
Newspaper Tycoon Conrad Black shrugs reporters questions as he exits the New Castle County courthouse...
Wilmington, United States of America
CONRAD BLACK EXITS THE COURTHOUSE AFTER TESTIFYING IN WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
Newspaper Tycoon Conrad Black shrugs reporters questions as he exits the New Castle County courthouse after testifying in the Hollinger versus Black trial in the Chancery court in Wilmington, Delaware, February 20, 2004. Black testified in his legal battle with board members of Hollinger International Inc. that they pushed him into resigning and agreeing to repay disputed compensation. He denied the company's contention that he collected improper payments during his tenure as chairman and chief executive of the company, which owns the Chicago Sun-Times, London's Daily Telegraph and the Jerusalem Post. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TMS/JDP
KEZMAROK
RTRBVVC
January 30, 2004
A view Strane pod Tatrami village from the Roma settlement below the Tatra mountains, January 30, 2004....
Kezmarok, Slovakia - (Slovak Republic)
VIEW OF STRANE POD TATRAMI VILLAGE FROM THE ROMA SETTLEMENT.
A view Strane pod Tatrami village from the Roma settlement below the Tatra mountains, January 30, 2004. British media have warned thousands of Roma will travel to Britain when Slovakia and nine other mostly ex-communist states join the European Union in May. Rights groups and non-governmental organisations who study people migration say fears of a mass exodus from the former Soviet satellites are unfounded. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Petr Josek PP04020019 PJ/
MEDIA
RTRO3II
May 22, 2003
Real estate magnate Donald Trump (L) and his girlfriend Melania Knauss
leave Hollinger International's...
New York, USA
DONALD TRUMP AND GIRLFRIEND KNAUSS LEAVE HOLLINGER MEETING.
Real estate magnate Donald Trump (L) and his girlfriend Melania Knauss
leave Hollinger International's annual meeting at the Metropolitan Club
in New York on May 22, 2003. Hollinger publishes The Chicago Sun-Times,
The Daily Telegraph of London, the Jerusalem Post and other newspapers.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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