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USA-IMMIGRATION/
RTS2V6J2
December 17, 2019
A sign in Spanish and English telling detainees to keep off the fence in the recreation yard is seen...
Tacoma, UNITED STATES
A sign in Spanish and English telling detainees to keep off the fence in the recreation yard during a...
A sign in Spanish and English telling detainees to keep off the fence in the recreation yard is seen during a media tour at Northwest ICE Processing Center, one of 31 dedicated ICE facilities that house immigration detainees, in Tacoma, Washington, U.S. December 16, 2019. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTS2UIRH
December 11, 2019
A man jumps off the Tower Bridge in London, United Kingdom, June 1, 2019. Reuters Photographer Alkis...
London, United Kingdom
Pictures of the Year: A Picture and its Story
A man jumps off the Tower Bridge in London, United Kingdom, June 1, 2019. Reuters Photographer Alkis Konstantinidis: "I got a call from UK & Ireland Chief Photographer Dylan Martinez. "Welcome to London," he said, and asked me to head to Tower Bridge, where a man had climbed to the top. Access to the bridge was blocked off by the authorities, and a boat of rescuers from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution was on standby, ready to intervene. I made my way through nearby buildings and reached the banks of the Thames, where police were telling onlookers to move back in order to create a "free zone." I had to secure a position where I wouldn't be removed by police but still maintain a clear view. I stood there, eye in the viewfinder, and didn't move for several minutes. Suddenly, we heard a scream, followed by more screams. The man fell into the river. The fall lasted a couple of seconds and a thump echoed as he landed on his back. I didn't expect him to survive that fall with no injuries, but fortunately, as rescuers rushed towards him, he started swimming towards their boat." REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis/File Photo SEARCH "POY STORIES 2019" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-IMMIGRATION/PROFILES-FORT WORTH
RTX76Y7W
October 10, 2019
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, washes off her son Jesus after he played in the mud outside...
Fort Worth, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Migrant mother misses home but prays not to be sent back
Irma Rivera, an asylum-seeker from Honduras, washes off her son Jesus after he played in the mud outside the family home in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S., May 11, 2019. Irma's husband, Jose, was murdered back home. Still grieving for her husband, she has struggled to adjust to American life. Every time something new happens, she said, "I want to tell him about it." She has arrived with straightforward expectations. "I thought the children would go to school, and I'd work, and I'd get settled," she said. "But it's been very difficult here." REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "IRMA ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
GLOBAL-POY/IMAGE
RTX6I8WB
December 12, 2018
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean...
Mediterranean Sea, Mid-Sea
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
A crew member of NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue boat embraces Josepha from Cameroon in central Mediterranean Sea, July 17, 2018. Reuters photographer Juan Medina: "As our rescue boat sighted the wreck of a raft, we saw a woman making an effort to wave, so we knew at least there was life there. It soon became clear she was the only survivor. Face down amid a bunch of loose planks and deflated rubber lay the corpse of a woman in a striped T-shirt and trousers. She had been dead for some time. And there was a four-year-old boy who the boat's doctors said had died just hours before. The survivor was brought aboard in a state of deep shock and treated by doctors. She gave only her first name, Josepha, and said she was from Cameroon. She told doctors she had spent the previous night clinging to the wreckage, singing hymns and praying for deliverance. She would not tell us anything else about herself or the other passengers on the raft, nor did she say how it wrecked. The crew lifted the two dead bodies onto the deck, covered and put them on ice. There was general sadness and the feeling of powerlessness, but also joy at having found Josepha alive. Had we arrived a few hours later, she could have been dead. We've done two rescues during my 29 days on the flagship rescue boat of the Spanish charity Proactiva Open Arms. The retired tugboat, built in 1973, patrolled the Mediterranean off Libya's coast to rescue migrants trying to cross to Europe." REUTERS/Juan Medina SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2018 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
BRAZIL-ELECTION/BOLSONARO-WOMEN
RTX6GMIY
October 26, 2018
In Brazil's most polarizing election in decades, women have long held the decisive swing vote, with a...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The Wider Image: Polarizing Brazil election forces women off the fence
In Brazil's most polarizing election in decades, women have long held the decisive swing vote, with a quarter of the female electorate up for grabs just a month ago - twice the undecided rate among Brazilian men. Days ahead of Sunday's deciding vote, however, right-wing front-runner Jair Bolsonaro has pushed them off the fence, splitting Brazilian women along deep fault lines. On one side, he has won the backing of women fed up with crime, corruption scandals and economic recession under the leftist Workers Party, represented by his rival Fernando Haddad. On the other, women say they cannot bring themselves to vote for a man with a track record of offending minorities and women, including telling a fellow lawmaker she was too ugly to rape and defending the gender pay gap. The latest survey from pollster Ibope shows a close divide, with 44 percent of women supporting Bolsonaro and 40 percent for Haddad. Men have broken overwhelmingly for Bolsonaro, who has the support of 56 percent, against just 36 percent for Haddad. The largest demonstrations against Bolsonaro in recent months have been led by women, gathering tens of thousands of protesters under the slogan "ele nao" or "not him." Yet their campaign on social media and in the streets of major cities spurred a backlash from Bolsonaro supporters declaring "ele sim" or "yes, him." REUTERS/Pilar Olivares SEARCH "BOLSONARO ELENAO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRAZIL-ELECTION/BOLSONARO-WOMEN
GLOBAL-POY/STORIES
RTX3PAYV
December 11, 2017
Reuters photographers witnessed the biggest stories of 2017 - from Donald Trump's first year as U.S....
London, United Kingdom
Pictures of the Year: A picture and its story
Reuters photographers witnessed the biggest stories of 2017 - from Donald Trump's first year as U.S. president to the flight of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, from Venezuela's crisis to the fall of Islamic State and a tower block inferno in London. This feature presents some of their strongest images. It also gives the photographers a chance to tell the stories behind their pictures and explain in their own words how the images were taken. They talk about trekking through the night in South Sudan and flying over the Pacific Ocean to photograph a total eclipse. They talk about watching drowning migrants being rescued in the Mediterranean and finding the best vantage point to capture Air Force One as it takes off from Las Vegas in the wake of the worst gun massacre in recent U.S. history. Through it all, the photographers raise a question that shows how close they were to the action: in moments of crisis, should they take pictures or try to help?Ê "It is always hard to come to the realization that I am most helpful when I am taking pictures," said photographer Jonathan Bachman on his image of residents wading through flood waters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston. "As an observer of suffering you have to believe that your images can make a difference." Not all of the images are serious, of course. Some are quirky and fun and the boy who was enjoying mowing the White House lawn so much that he ignored Trump is just one example. REUTERS/ SEARCH "POY STORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
USA-METOO/
RTS1HO43
October 30, 2017
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. October 29, 2017. Picture...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. October 29, 2017. Picture taken October 29, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Childs said: "When I was 30, I was sexually harassed by a boss. He was feeling me up in the car without my consent and it was one of those moments where I chose to speak up and it was really hard. I remember going to my female boss at the company and telling her about it and the only thing that they managed to do is that they took me off his team and then she proceeded to tell me that I was stupid for putting myself in that situation. Three years later he harassed somebody else and because there was a file they fired him.\
USA-METOO/
RTS1HO42
October 30, 2017
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Picture taken October 29,...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit
Jennifer Childs, 39, poses for a #MeToo portrait in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Picture taken October 29, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Childs said: "When I was 30, I was sexually harassed by a boss. He was feeling me up in the car without my consent and it was one of those moments where I chose to speak up and it was really hard. I remember going to my female boss at the company and telling her about it and the only thing that they managed to do is that they took me off his team and then she proceeded to tell me that I was stupid for putting myself in that situation. Three years later he harassed somebody else and because there was a file they fired him.\
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/POR-ROM
RTX2LLRC
August 17, 2016
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg - Dragao stadium,...
Porto, Portugal
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg - Dragao stadium, Porto, Portugal - 17/8/2016. FC Porto's Alex Telles in action against AS Roma's Diego Perotti. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/POR-ROM
RTX2LLMW
August 17, 2016
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg - Dragao stadium,...
Porto, Portugal
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg
Football Soccer - FC Porto v AS Roma - UEFA Champions League Qualifying Play-Off First Leg - Dragao stadium, Porto, Portugal - 17/8/2016. FC Porto's Alex Telles in action against AS Roma's Diego Perotti. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
OLYMPICS-RIO/HISTORY
RTSKKHV
August 01, 2016
Britain's Paula Radcliffe cries in a vehicle after retiring from the women's marathon in the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece
2016 Rio Olympics: Shooting Olympic history
Britain's Paula Radcliffe cries in a vehicle after retiring from the women's marathon in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in Greece August 22, 2004. Yannis Behrakis: "The 2004 Olympics was a very special assignment for me since Athens is my town. The women's marathon was not an event I was initially going to cover. In fact, I had the morning off. On the morning of August 22, a colleague called me frantically to tell me that he had information that the favourite to win the race, the British athlete Paula Radcliffe, had retired about seven kilometres before the end of the 42km race. I took my equipment, jumped on my moped and drove through back roads and alleys - as all roads were blocked by police - to the place about ten blocks north of my home in Athens. When I arrived, Radcliffe was trying to continue the race but she looked totally overwhelmed by the heat and humidity. At some point she sat on a pavement crying. I shot some pictures, trying my very best not to be intrusive, she seemed lost and unaware. A few supporters holding British flags tried to comfort her. Shortly afterward a special vehicle arrived to collect her and a couple of other athletes. When she entered the vehicle, I guess, she had finally realised that it was all over and at that moment she collapsed. I shot two frames through the window." REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis SEARCH "OLYMPIC HISTORY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-ELECTION/CLINTON
RTSFXI5
May 25, 2016
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles after telling security that two male supporters...
BUENA PARK, UNITED STATES
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles after telling security that two male supporters...
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton smiles after telling security that two male supporters with their tops off could stay if they didn't take any other clothes off at the UFCW Union Local 324 in Buena Park, California, U.S. May 25, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
PHILIPPINES-AIRTRANSPORT/
RTSDEQN
April 03, 2016
A Cebu Pacific flight stewardess tells the passengers the location of oxygen masks in case of an emergency...
Manila, Philippines
A Cebu Pacific flight stewardess tells the passengers the location of oxygen masks in case of an emergency...
A Cebu Pacific flight stewardess tells the passengers the location of oxygen masks in case of an emergency before take off at the Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International aiport in Pasay city, Metro Manila Philippines April 1, 2016. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/
RTX1ISA8
July 02, 2015
A steward tells spectators to get off a handrail as they watch Court 14 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships...
London, United Kingdom
A steward tells spectators to get off a handrail as they watch Court 14 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships...
A steward tells spectators to get off a handrail as they watch Court 14 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, July 2, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVOE
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVOD
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVOA
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVO8
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bragueno Morilla, 26, poses in front of his home in Madrid, Spain, June 25, 2015. Morilla...
Madrid, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bragueno Morilla, 26, poses in front of his home in Madrid, Spain, June 25, 2015. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:
 
It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVO6
June 26, 2015
A combination picture shows stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flying through the air following an...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntmans' Story
A combination picture shows stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flying through the air following an explosion on the set of feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain June 17, 2015. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVO4
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVO2
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntmans' Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla, 26, has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:
It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVO0
June 26, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "THE STUNTMAN'S STORY" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "DANIEL...
Guernica, Spain
ATTENTION EDITORS: A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
ATTENTION EDITORS: A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "THE STUNTMAN'S STORY" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "DANIEL MORILLA" FOR ALL 8 IMAGES.

Photographer Vincent West shot a stunning series of images of stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla flying through the air during an explosion on the set of the film Gernika. Morilla, 26, has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here: 
It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX1HVNZ
June 26, 2015
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming...
Guernica, Spain
A Picture and Its Story: The Stuntman's Story
Stuntman Daniel Bargueno Morilla, 26, flies through the air following an explosion during the filming of the Koldo Serra directed feature film Gernika in Guernica, Spain in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Morilla has been working as a stuntman since the age of 16, he tells his story here:

It started with me doing acrobatics training in a gym. Then after doing a trial for Ignacio Carreno, who’s been my boss ever since, I was off. What’s it like being a stuntman? I love it. I have been a bit frightened occasionally but that’s what I enjoy. I’ve got nervous now and again. When I've finished a stunt I feel even better for having done a risky job and for having done it well. I know I’ve been lucky. The only accident I’ve had during work was when I fell down some stairs and twisted my ankle, putting me out of action for a week. As for this photo, when it comes to jumping from ramps, I don’t need to do much training. I’ve been doing it for years. Backward and forward somersaults, pirouettes, they’ve become second nature to me. I prepare for the scene, do all the rehearsals, then off I go. The night before a stunt I don’t sleep because of the excitement. It’s the best thing ever. REUTERS/Vincent West
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SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0WK
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C, face partially obscured by cap) arrives surrounded by supporters...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner arrives surrounded by supporters to a meeting of his Independent...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner (C, face partially obscured by cap) arrives surrounded by supporters to a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0WF
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0W5
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0W1
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0VV
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella,...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella,...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0UZ
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner addresses the audience during a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
SOCCER-FIFA/WARNER
RTX1F0UU
June 04, 2015
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella,...
MARABELLA, Trinidad and Tobago
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella,...
Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner attends a meeting of his Independent Liberal Party in Marabella, South Trinidad, June 3, 2015. Warner, a central figure in world soccer's deepening scandal, has vowed to tell investigators all he knows about corruption within the sport's governing body. In a paid political address entitled "The gloves are off" broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago late on Wednesday, Warner said he feared for his life, but would reveal everything he knows. He said he had instructed his lawyers to contact law enforcement officials both in his homeland and overseas. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva
Society
Society
Reunions and Ransoms - 28 Feb 2015
25 PICTURES
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4R6BZ
February 25, 2015
Norbanu, a 60-year-old Rohingya, speaks with her daughter's boyfriend, who is now in Indonesia, from...
Sittwe, Myanmar
A woman speaks at a computer in an internet hut in Thae Chaung village, home to thousands of displaced...
Norbanu, a 60-year-old Rohingya, speaks with her daughter's boyfriend, who is now in Indonesia, from an internet hut in Thae Chaung village, home to thousands of displaced Rohingya Muslims near Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in western Myanmar February 14, 2015. He has broken his promise to send for her, Norbanu tells him, so she will now marry off her daughter to another man. Operators of the huts charge customers 10 cents a minute to talk to relatives who have left Rakhine State by boat to seek work overseas. In a camp for displaced Rohingya Muslims, residents frequent bamboo "internet huts" where they can communicate with relatives who left the country, escaping the violence that led to 200 deaths and left over 140,000 homeless in 2012. Some arrive safely, while others are held hostage for ransom by human traffickers at jungle camps in Thailand or Malaysia. REUTERS/Minzayar (MYANMAR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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BURKINA-POLITICS/GUNSHOTS
RTR4CILG
November 02, 2014
A soldier tells people to leave the podium at the state TV headquarters in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina...
Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
A soldier tells people to leave the podium at the state TV headquarters in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina...
A soldier tells people to leave the podium at the state TV headquarters in Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, November 2, 2014. Gunfire rang out on Sunday at the headquarters of Burkina Faso's state-run RTB Television as the broadcaster went off air, a Reuters witness said, amid a power struggle following the resignation of long-ruling President Blaise Compaore. The gunshots were fired into the air and there was no immediate sign of injuries. REUTERS/Joe Penney (BURKINA FASO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MEDIA MILITARY)
PEOPLE-ROBINWILLIAMS/SAHL
RTR42JKI
August 15, 2014
Comedian Mort Sahl speaks to people off camera in a private room at the Throckmorton Theatre in Mill...
MILL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
Comedian Mort Sahl speaks to people off camera in a private room at the Throckmorton Theatre in Mill...
Comedian Mort Sahl speaks to people off camera in a private room at the Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley, California August 14, 2014. Robin Williams was the only person who came backstage to see him when satirist Sahl gave a show 17 years ago, and the 87-year-old comic said it marked the start of a close friendship that ended with the comedian's apparent suicide this week. Sahl, sometimes considered the godfather of stand-up political comedy, told about 80 people at an informal tribute to Williams on Thursday night that he had been expecting hordes of fans eager to tell him how much they had loved his show. Picture taken August 14, 2014. REUTERS/Josh Edelson (UNITED STATES - Tags: OBITUARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO
RTR3VM6I
June 25, 2014
A girl steps off a bus as she arrives along her mother (not pictured) at the Honduran Center for Returned...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Girl steps off a bus as she arrives along her mother at the Honduran Center for Returned Migrants after...
A girl steps off a bus as she arrives along her mother (not pictured) at the Honduran Center for Returned Migrants after being deported from Mexico, in San Pedro Sula, northern Honduras June 20, 2014. Thousands of young people are hoping to reach the U.S. from their impoverished and violent homes in Central America. In the eight months ended June 15, the U.S. has detained about 52,000 children at the Mexican border, double the figure the year earlier. There is no telling how many have gotten through. Picture taken June 20, 2014. To match Feature USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
USA-NEWYORK/COLLAPSE
RTR3GT2F
March 12, 2014
A New York City police officer tells Brian Wilson (R) to land the drone that he was flying over the scene...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City police officer tells Wilson to land the drone that he was flying over the scene where two...
A New York City police officer tells Brian Wilson (R) to land the drone that he was flying over the scene where two buildings were destroyed in an explosion, in the East Harlem section in New York City, March 12, 2014. Two New York buildings collapsed on Wednesday in an explosion believed to be caused by a gas leak, killing two people, injuring at least 22, and setting off a search for more feared trapped in the debris, officials said. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-NEWYORK/COLLAPSE
RTR3GT1O
March 12, 2014
A New York City police officer (R) tells Brian Wilson to land the drone that he was flying over the scene...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City police officer tells Wilson to land the drone that he was flying over the scene where two...
A New York City police officer (R) tells Brian Wilson to land the drone that he was flying over the scene where two buildings were destroyed in an explosion, in the East Harlem section in New York City, March 12, 2014. Two New York buildings collapsed on Wednesday in an explosion believed to be caused by a gas leak, killing two people, injuring at least 22, and setting off a search for more feared trapped in the debris, officials said. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR3GEA4
March 10, 2014
A woman holds a placard beside a child during an anti-war rally in the Crimean village of Eskisaray,...
Simferopol, Ukraine
A woman holds a placard beside a child during an anti-war rally in the Crimean village of Eskisaray
A woman holds a placard beside a child during an anti-war rally in the Crimean village of Eskisaray, outside Simferopol, March 10, 2014. Germany's Angela Merkel delivered a rebuke to President Vladimir Putin on Sunday, telling him that a planned Moscow-backed referendum on whether Crimea should join Russia was illegal and violated Ukraine's constitution. The sign reads, "Hands off Ukraine". REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS)
USA/
RTX13R75
September 19, 2013
Jennifer, a 23-year-old nurse, poses for a portrait in her home in New York January 5, 2013. Jennifer...
New York, UNITED STATES
Jennifer, a 23-year-old nurse, poses for a portrait in her home in New York
Jennifer, a 23-year-old nurse, poses for a portrait in her home in New York January 5, 2013. Jennifer says she was 17 when she became pregnant and had an abortion. “He’s not father material… When I went to the clinic and I told him, he wasn't surprised… He knew he made an accident, but he didn't tell me he made an accident so I could go get a Plan B… We didn’t wear a condom… He pissed me off and he was trying to convince me to keep it, not keep it, keep it - and I was just confused,” Jennifer said. Picture taken January 5, 2013. REUTERS/Allison Joyce (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX13R6Q
September 19, 2013
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in, Massachusetts on October 13, 2012. Lisa...
UNITED STATES
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in Massachusetts
Lisa, a 45-year-old writer, poses for a portrait in her home in, Massachusetts on October 13, 2012. Lisa says she became pregnant and had two abortions when she was in her 30's. The second time Lisa was pregnant, it was with a man who had two daughters and was in the process of getting a divorce with his wife. Lisa says she was off birth control for medical reasons. “I said 'you can't support what you have financially.' He couldn't support what he had. I ended up finding out I was pregnant and I said it to him. And he looked at me and he goes 'Well you know I don't know what to tell you, but I can't have another child. I don't want another child.' He said, 'It's going to be really damaging to the girls.' We had a fight in this house that I think they can still hear. … I was mad at myself for allowing it to happen. I just remember feeling disgusted and used and just hating him so much. … In that case I decided to have an abortion. He wasn't somebody that I wanted to be tied to. I felt like it was one of the stupidest things that I ever could have done. … I had put my reproductive future in his hands. And I trusted him with that. And he violated that trust.. It was almost unforgivable to me that I would get pregnant - that I would be so stupid to put myself in that same situation that I had just two years previously with someone else who couldn't commit, with someone else who was pathetic. And I was right back in that same situation. But I didn't want to be tied to him. And it was terrible and I hated myself for it, I hated myself for it. I hated how quickly I made the decision,” Lisa said. Picture taken October 13, 2012. REUTERS/Allison Joyce (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTX13J61
September 12, 2013
Dolores Ferrer, 34, (C) hugs her son Cristian, 10, after telling him that their eviction had been put...
Madrid, Spain
Dolores Ferrer, 34, hugs her son Cristian after telling him that their eviction had been put off indefinitely...
Dolores Ferrer, 34, (C) hugs her son Cristian, 10, after telling him that their eviction had been put off indefinitely in Madrid September 12, 2013. Ferrer, a victim of domestic violence, lives in a tiny flat owned by Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) that she occupied 17 years ago with the man who became her husband, father of her two children and her abuser and who is serving a jail sentence. Ferrer became unemployed two years ago and struggles to put food on the table. She tried to negotiate with the EMVS to pay a social low rent, but to no avail. However, a judge ordered her eviction to be put off indefinitely the day before it was scheduled to be carried out. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
SPAIN/
RTX13J5U
September 12, 2013
Dolores Ferrer, 34, reacts after telling her neighbours (above) how relieved she is after finding out...
Madrid, Spain
Dolores Ferrer, 34, reacts after telling her neighbours how relieved she is after finding out that her...
Dolores Ferrer, 34, reacts after telling her neighbours (above) how relieved she is after finding out that her eviction has been put off indefinitely in Madrid September 12, 2013. Ferrer, a victim of domestic violence, lives in a tiny flat owned by Madrid's Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS) that she occupied 17 years ago with the man who became her husband, father of her two children and her abuser and who is serving a jail sentence. Ferrer became unemployed two years ago and struggles to put food on the table. She tried to negotiate with the EMVS to pay a social low rent, but to no avail. However, a judge ordered her eviction to be put off indefinitely the day before it was scheduled to be carried out. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS REAL ESTATE)
EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER
RTX136TF
September 04, 2013
A man walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo, September...
Cairo, Egypt
A man walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo
A man walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo, September 3, 2013. Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts. Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested in a widening crackdown on the group since the army deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3. Reporters for the newspaper, which still appears in a tiny fraction of its previous circulation, see themselves as the last people left to tell the Brotherhood's side of the story in a country dominated by media that back the military crackdown. The price, the journalists say, is an underground existence, moving from place to place, communicating from Internet cafes, rarely seeing family or friends. Picture taken September 3, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER
RTX136TC
September 04, 2013
A woman walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo, September...
Cairo, Egypt
A woman walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo
A woman walks in front of the Muslim Brotherhood's party logo "Freedom of Justice" in Cairo, September 3, 2013. Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts. Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested in a widening crackdown on the group since the army deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3. Reporters for the newspaper, which still appears in a tiny fraction of its previous circulation, see themselves as the last people left to tell the Brotherhood's side of the story in a country dominated by media that back the military crackdown. The price, the journalists say, is an underground existence, moving from place to place, communicating from Internet cafes, rarely seeing family or friends. Picture taken September 3, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: MEDIA CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER
RTX136T6
September 04, 2013
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after...
Cairo, Egypt
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala in Cairo
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after their political party, in Cairo, September 3, 2013. Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts. Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested in a widening crackdown on the group since the army deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3. Reporters for the newspaper, which still appears in a tiny fraction of its previous circulation, see themselves as the last people left to tell the Brotherhood's side of the story in a country dominated by media that back the military crackdown. The price, the journalists say, is an underground existence, moving from place to place, communicating from Internet cafes, rarely seeing family or friends. The newspaper's headline reads: "People recover their revolution". Picture taken September 3, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER
RTX136T0
September 04, 2013
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after...
Cairo, Egypt
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala in Cairo
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after their political party, in Cairo, September 3, 2013. Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts. Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested in a widening crackdown on the group since the army deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3. Reporters for the newspaper, which still appears in a tiny fraction of its previous circulation, see themselves as the last people left to tell the Brotherhood's side of the story in a country dominated by media that back the military crackdown. The price, the journalists say, is an underground existence, moving from place to place, communicating from Internet cafes, rarely seeing family or friends. The newspaper's headline (L) reads: "People recover their revolution," and the words on the yellow page read: "All of us are Rabaa". Picture taken September 3, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER
RTX136ST
September 04, 2013
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after...
Cairo, Egypt
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala, named after their political party,...
A man reads the Muslim Brotherhood's newspaper Al-Hurriya wa-l-adala (Freedom of Justice), named after their political party, in Cairo, September 3, 2013. Whenever Muslim Brotherhood journalist Islam Tawfiq files a story about the group's struggle for survival for its newspaper Freedom and Justice, he fears his Internet address will tip off state security agents to his whereabouts. Thousands of Brotherhood members have been arrested in a widening crackdown on the group since the army deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on July 3. Reporters for the newspaper, which still appears in a tiny fraction of its previous circulation, see themselves as the last people left to tell the Brotherhood's side of the story in a country dominated by media that back the military crackdown. The price, the journalists say, is an underground existence, moving from place to place, communicating from Internet cafes, rarely seeing family or friends. The newspaper's headline (L) reads: "People recover their revolution," and the words on the yellow page read: "All of us are Rabaa". Picture taken September 3, 2013. To match Feature EGYPT-PROTESTS/NEWSPAPER REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MEDIA)
PORTUGAL/
RTX1217W
July 27, 2013
A man tells off two children at the Alfama neighborhood in Lisbon July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante...
Lisbon, Portugal
A man tells off for two children at Alfama neighborhood in Lisbon
A man tells off two children at the Alfama neighborhood in Lisbon July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EGYPT-OIL
RTX105GV
May 29, 2013
A man fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in downtown Cairo May 29, 2013. Egypt will cut exports...
Cairo, Egypt
Man fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in downtown Cairo
A man fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in downtown Cairo May 29, 2013. Egypt will cut exports of natural gas and tell major industries to slow output this summer to avoid an energy crisis and stave off political unrest, the chairman of the Egyptian General Petroleum Company (EGPC) told Reuters. Cairo will also need to source more oil to meet seasonal driving demand. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTR3CFAS
January 14, 2013
Alice, 4, sits on her father's donkey cart as they transport barrels of water to their ranch during one...
POCO REDONDO, Brazil
Alice sits on her father's donkey cart as they transport barrels of water to their ranch in Poco Redondo...
Alice, 4, sits on her father's donkey cart as they transport barrels of water to their ranch during one of the worst droughts in the region's history, in Poco Redondo, in the northeastern state of Sergipe January 12, 2013. Residents here tell of how they have not seen more than a drizzle in nearly four years, while Alice says she does not know what rain is, except that it is something good. Brazil's Northeast is suffering its worst drought in decades, threatening hydro-power supplies in an area prone to blackouts and potentially slowing economic growth in one of the country's emerging agricultural frontiers. Lack of rain has hurt corn and cotton crops, left cattle and goats to starve to death in dry pastures and wiped some 30 percent off sugar cane production in the region responsible for 10 percent of Brazil's cane output. Picture taken January 12, 2013. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES AGRICULTURE)
CHINA-EVICTIONS/
RTR396VX
October 16, 2012
A man walks past notification posters telling residents to "sign the contract and move from your house...
Beijing, China
Man walks past notification posters telling residents to "sign the contract and move from your house...
A man walks past notification posters telling residents to "sign the contract and move from your house early" before they are demolished in a Hutong (Chinese for small alley), located in central Beijing October 16, 2012. Forced evictions in China, a major source of social discontent, have risen significantly in the past two years as local officials and property developers colluded to seize and sell land to pay off government debt, Amnesty International said last week. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
CHINA-EVICTIONS/
RTR396TX
October 16, 2012
A man walks past notification posters telling residents to "sign the contract and move from your house...
Beijing, China
Man walks past notification posters in a Hutong located in central Beijing
A man walks past notification posters telling residents to "sign the contract and move from your house early" before they are demolished in a Hutong (small alley) located in central Beijing October 16, 2012. Forced evictions in China, a major source of social discontent, have risen significantly in the past two years as local officials and property developers colluded to seize and sell land to pay off government debt, Amnesty International said last week. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
CHINA-EVICTIONS/
RTR391VV
October 12, 2012
A man smokes a cigarette as he walks past notification posters telling residents to 'sign the contract...
Beijing, China
A man smokes a cigarette as he walks past notification posters telling residents to 'sign the contract...
A man smokes a cigarette as he walks past notification posters telling residents to 'sign the contract and move from your house early' before they are demolished in a Hutong, Chinese for 'small alley', located in central Beijing October 12, 2012. Forced evictions in China, a major source of social discontent, have risen significantly in the past two years as local officials and property developers colluded to seize and sell land to pay off government debt, Amnesty International said on October 11. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
GREECE BUDGET/CLOSURE
RTR37T5Z
September 11, 2012
Wrecked police vehicles are seen in a yard of ODDY the Public Property Management Organisation in Athens...
Athens, Greece
Wrecked police vehicles are seen in a yard of ODDY in Athens
Wrecked police vehicles are seen in a yard of ODDY the Public Property Management Organisation in Athens September 5, 2012. In a sprawling yard in Athens, a yellow Porsche rusts among dusty motorcycles, police cars with bullet holes and wrecked city buses - a telling image of one Greek government agency's slide into bureaucratic quagmire. Known by its Greek acronym ODDY, the Organisation for Public Property Management ran warehouses nationwide that auctioned off anything from old sofas discarded from city hall waiting rooms to luxury cars confiscated from drug dealers. Picture taken September 5, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
GREECE BUDGET/CLOSURE
RTR37T5N
September 11, 2012
A cameraman films confiscated cars in a yard of ODDY, the Public Property Management Organisation, in...
Athens, Greece
A cameraman films confiscated cars in a yard of ODDY in Athens
A cameraman films confiscated cars in a yard of ODDY, the Public Property Management Organisation, in Athens September 5, 2012. In a sprawling yard in Athens, a yellow Porsche rusts among dusty motorcycles, police cars with bullet holes and wrecked city buses - a telling image of one Greek government agency's slide into bureaucratic quagmire. Known by its Greek acronym ODDY, the Organisation for Public Property Management ran warehouses nationwide that auctioned off anything from old sofas discarded from city hall waiting rooms to luxury cars confiscated from drug dealers. Picture taken September 5, 2012. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
LIBYA-ELECTIONS/
RTR34ORJ
July 07, 2012
An election commission worker tells two Libyan women to use separate polling booth's at a polling station...
Tripoli, Libya
Election commission worker tells two Libyan women to use separate polling booth's at a polling station...
An election commission worker tells two Libyan women to use separate polling booth's at a polling station in Tripoli July 7, 2012. Libyans, some with tears of joy in their eyes, queued to vote in their first free national election in 60 years on Saturday, a poll designed to shake off the legacy of Muammar Gaddafi but which risks being hijacked by violence. Libyans will choose a 200-member assembly which will elect a prime minister and cabinet before laying the ground for full parliamentary elections next year under a new constitution. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LIBYA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
SPAIN-EDUCATION/
RTR30ZU3
April 20, 2012
Mas Maria public school teachers tell a stories to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as...
Barcelona, Spain
Mas Maria public school teachers tell a stories to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as...
Mas Maria public school teachers tell a stories to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as a reading area, in the village of Cabrils near Barcelona April 20, 2012. Spain's government laid out health and education reforms on Friday aimed at slicing 10 billion euros ($13.19 billion) a year off public spending as Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy fights to reassure investors about the country's fiscal stability. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS BUSINESS)
SPAIN-EDUCATION/
RTR30ZT9
April 20, 2012
A Mas Maria public school teacher tells a story to school children in the hallway, as an alternative,...
Barcelona, Spain
Mas Maria public school teacher tells story to school children in hallway, as an alternative, in village...
A Mas Maria public school teacher tells a story to school children in the hallway, as an alternative, in the village of Cabrils near Barcelona April 20, 2012. Spain's government laid out health and education reforms on Friday aimed at slicing 10 billion euros ($13.19 billion) a year off public spending as Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy fights to reassure investors about the country's fiscal stability. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS POLITICS)
SPAIN-EDUCATION/
RTR30ZSS
April 20, 2012
A Mas Maria public school teacher tells a story to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as...
Barcelona, Spain
A Mas Maria public school teacher tells a story to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as...
A Mas Maria public school teacher tells a story to school children in a hallway, which also doubles as a reading area, in the village of Cabrils near Barcelona April 20, 2012. Spain's government laid out health and education reforms on Friday aimed at slicing 10 billion euros ($13.19 billion) a year off public spending as Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy fights to reassure investors about the country's fiscal stability. REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
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