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ROYAL MAIL-PARCELS/
RTX83ZCL
October 21, 2020
A woman walks past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel pick-up...
London, United Kingdom
A woman walks past a traditional red post box in London
A woman walks past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel pick-up service across Britain, enabling its postal workers to collect and deliver items on their daily rounds as it tries to capitalize on the pandemic-driven boost to online shopping, London, Britain, October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ROYAL MAIL-PARCELS/
RTX83ZCG
October 21, 2020
A traditional red post box is seen near autumn foliage as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel...
London, United Kingdom
A traditional red post box is seen near autumn foliage in London
A traditional red post box is seen near autumn foliage as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel pick-up service across Britain, enabling its postal workers to collect and deliver items on their daily rounds as it tries to capitalize on the pandemic-driven boost to online shopping, London, Britain, October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ROYAL MAIL-PARCELS/
RTX83ZCH
October 21, 2020
A woman runs past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel pick-up...
London, United Kingdom
A woman runs past a traditional red post box in London
A woman runs past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail on Wednesday launched a new parcel pick-up service across Britain, enabling its postal workers to collect and deliver items on their daily rounds as it tries to capitalize on the pandemic-driven boost to online shopping, London, Britain, October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ROYAL MAIL-PARCELS/
RTX83YJW
October 21, 2020
A man walks past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail launched a new parcel pick-up service across...
London, United Kingdom
A man walks past a traditional red post box in London
A man walks past a traditional red post box as Royal Mail launched a new parcel pick-up service across Britain, enabling its postal workers to collect and deliver items on their daily rounds as it tries to capitalize on the pandemic-driven boost to online shopping, London, Britain, October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville
ROYAL MAIL-PARCELS/
RTX83YJV
October 21, 2020
Detail is seen on a traditional red post box as Royal Mail launched a new parcel pick-up service across...
London, United Kingdom
Detail is seen on a traditional red post box in London
Detail is seen on a traditional red post box as Royal Mail launched a new parcel pick-up service across Britain, enabling its postal workers to collect and deliver items on their daily rounds as it tries to capitalize on the pandemic-driven boost to online shopping, London, Britain, October 21, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX7085Q
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House in London
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX7085P
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House in London...
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX7085K
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House in London
Members of Extinction Rebellion protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX7085I
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House in London...
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX7085G
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House in London...
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX70856
July 19, 2019
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which...
London, United Kingdom
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House in London...
Members of Extinction Rebellion lay down on the floor as they protest outside Northcliffe House which contains the offices of the Daily Mail, Evening Standard and the Independent newspapers, in London, Britain July 19, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
GLOBAL-MEDIA/
RTS1P2RA
April 28, 2018
A clock face is seen outside of the London offices of the Daily Mail newspaper in London, Britain, April...
London, United Kingdom
A clock face is seen outside of the London offices of the Daily Mail newspaper in London, Britain
A clock face is seen outside of the London offices of the Daily Mail newspaper in London, Britain, April 28, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville
YAHOO-M&A/DAILYMAIL
RTX29H3U
April 11, 2016
Smartphone with Yahoo logo is seen in front of a displayed Daily Mail logo in this illustration taken...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Smartphone with Yahoo logo is seen in front of a displayed Daily Mail logo
Smartphone with Yahoo logo is seen in front of a displayed Daily Mail logo in this illustration taken April 11, 2016. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AWARDS-PEOPLESCHOICE/
RTX21CN1
January 07, 2016
Dancer Maddie Ziegler and her mother Melissa Gisoni pose with The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Maddie Ziegler and mother Melissa Gisoni pose with her award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in...
Dancer Maddie Ziegler and her mother Melissa Gisoni pose with The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
AWARDS-PEOPLESCHOICE/
RTX21CMX
January 07, 2016
Dancer Maddie Ziegler and her mother Melissa Gisoni pose with The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Maddie Ziegler and mother Melissa Gisoni pose with her award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in...
Dancer Maddie Ziegler and her mother Melissa Gisoni pose with The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
AWARDS-PEOPLESCHOICE/
RTX21CMT
January 07, 2016
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
AWARDS-PEOPLESCHOICE/
RTX21CMP
January 07, 2016
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
AWARDS-PEOPLESCHOICE/
RTX21CMI
January 07, 2016
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles
Dancer Maddie Ziegler poses backstage with her award for The DailyMail.com Seriously Popular Award during the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles, California January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR46FLG
September 16, 2014
Paul Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence...
London, United Kingdom
Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence of...
Paul Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence of 10 Downing Street in London, September 16, 2014. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR46FKY
September 16, 2014
Paul Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence...
London, United Kingdom
Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence of...
Paul Dacre, Editor of the Daily Mail newspaper, leaves the British Prime Minister's official residence of 10 Downing Street in London, September 16, 2014. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS)
GRBRITAIN-ROYALMAIL/EMPLOYMENT
RTR3IIPJ
March 25, 2014
A dog walker posts a letter in a Royal Mail post box in Maybury near Woking in southern England March...
London, United Kingdom
A dog walker posts a letter in a Royal Mail post box in Maybury near Woking in southern England
A dog walker posts a letter in a Royal Mail post box in Maybury near Woking in southern England March 25, 2014. Britain's newly-privatised postal operator Royal Mail said on Tuesday it would cut around 1,300 operational and head office jobs in order to deliver annualised savings of 50 million pounds ($82.45 million). REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN
RTX14L7Y
October 23, 2013
Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones watches the presentation of the Anna Lous collection during Liverpool...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones watches the presentation of the Anna Lous collection during Liverpool...
Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones watches the presentation of the Anna Lous collection during Liverpool Fashion Week in northern England October 14, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FASHION SOCIETY MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FNQL
October 06, 2013
A demonstrator protests outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper...
London, United Kingdom
A demonstrator protests outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London
A demonstrator protests outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred controversy recently, when it ran a story about Ralph Miliband, the late father of opposition Labour party leader, Ed Miliband. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FNQ9
October 06, 2013
Photographers take pictures of demonstrators during a protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in...
London, United Kingdom
Photographers take pictures of demonstrators during a protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in...
Photographers take pictures of demonstrators during a protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred controversy recently, when it ran a story about Ralph Miliband, the late father of opposition Labour party leader, Ed Miliband. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FNQ3
October 06, 2013
Demonstrators hand in boxes containing a petition at the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6,...
London, United Kingdom
Demonstrators hand in boxes containing a petition at the Daily Mail headquarters in London
Demonstrators hand in boxes containing a petition at the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred controversy recently, when it ran a story about Ralph Miliband, the late father of opposition Labour party leader, Ed Miliband. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FNPX
October 06, 2013
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred...
London, United Kingdom
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred controversy recently, when it ran a story about Ralph Miliband, the late father of opposition Labour party leader, Ed Miliband. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR3FNPT
October 06, 2013
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred...
London, United Kingdom
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London
Demonstrators protest outside the Daily Mail headquarters in London October 6, 2013. The newspaper stirred controversy recently, when it ran a story about Ralph Miliband, the late father of opposition Labour party leader, Ed Miliband. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA)
BRITAIN/
RTX11X0N
July 24, 2013
A man reads the Daily Mail newspaper featuring a picture of the newborn baby of Catherine, Duchess of...
London, United Kingdom
A man reads copies of Daily Mail newspaper featuring a picture of the newborn baby of Catherine, Duchess...
A man reads the Daily Mail newspaper featuring a picture of the newborn baby of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Britain's Prince William, at Kensington Gardens in London July 24, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY-SMALLBANK/
RTR3DQ0F
February 13, 2013
Peter Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, receives mail from a postman at the bank in Gammesfeld,...
GAMMESFELD, Germany
Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, receives mail from a postman at the bank in Gammesfeld...
Peter Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, receives mail from a postman at the bank in Gammesfeld, Baden-Wuerttemberg, January 29, 2013. The Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG cooperative bank is one of the country's smallest banks and is the only one to be run by just one member of staff. All banking duties are done by CEO Breiter who records the daily business by hand, partly on paper. The bank is not connected to a database system, there are no automatic teller machines (ATMs) and its customer base consists only of residents of the town of Gammesfeld which has a population of around 510. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOSK
March 22, 2012
Women sit next to a door as men eat snacks inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger...
Kolkata, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Women sit next to a door as men eat snacks inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOSJ
March 22, 2012
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern...
Kanpur, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern Indian city of Kanpur March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOSG
March 22, 2012
A warning sign is seen written on a shutter as a woman exits a toilet inside the sleeper class compartment...
Kolkata, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A warning sign is seen written on a shutter as a woman exits a toilet inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOSF
March 22, 2012
Passengers sit on the floor while travelling inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka...
Kanpur, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Passengers sit on the floor while travelling inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern Indian city of Kanpur March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOSD
March 22, 2012
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern...
Kanpur, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern Indian city of Kanpur March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOS8
March 22, 2012
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern...
Kanpur, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern Indian city of Kanpur March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOS5
March 22, 2012
A woman rest on a berth inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the...
Kolkata, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A woman rest on a berth inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012.By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOS4
March 22, 2012
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern...
Kanpur, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Passengers travel inside an overcrowded general class compartment of the Kalka Mail train in the northern Indian city of Kanpur March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZOS3
March 22, 2012
A boy looks out of a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in the old quarters...
Delhi, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A boy looks out of a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in the old quarters of Delhi March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORY
March 22, 2012
Kamlesh, a government railway police constable, rests inside an air-conditioned compartment of the Kalka...
Kolkata, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Kamlesh, a government railway police constable, rests inside an air-conditioned compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORX
March 22, 2012
A man looks out of a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in Firozabad...
FIROZABAD, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A man looks out of a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in Firozabad in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORW
March 22, 2012
Porters rest in front of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in the old quarters of Delhi...
Delhi, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
Porters rest in front of the Kalka Mail passenger train at a railway station in the old quarters of Delhi March 20, 2012.By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORT
March 22, 2012
A woman asks for alms in front of the Kalka Mail train at a railway station station in Mirzapur in the...
MIRZAPUR, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A woman asks for alms in front of the Kalka Mail train at a railway station station in Mirzapur in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORO
March 22, 2012
A man sells locks and chains inside a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata...
Kolkata, India
To match insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
A man sells locks and chains inside a compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORN
March 22, 2012
A man sits on a berth inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way...
Kolkata, India
To match INDIA-RAILWAYS
A man sits on a berth inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail passenger train on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA-RAILWAYS
RTR2ZORM
March 22, 2012
People eat snacks inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail on the way to Kolkata March...
Kolkata, India
To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS
People eat snacks inside the sleeper class compartment of the Kalka Mail on the way to Kolkata March 20, 2012. By the end of the day, about 40 people on average will have died somewhere on the network of 64,000 km (39,800 miles) of track. Many will be slum-dwellers and poor villagers who live near the lines and use them as places to wash and as open toilets. Some will have fallen off overcrowded commuter trains. Of the 20 million people who travel daily on the network, many will arrive hours, even a day, behind schedule, having clattered along tracks and been guided by signalling systems built before India gained independence from Britain in 1947. To match Insight INDIA-RAILWAYS REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA/USPS
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February 14, 2012
Betty Terry walks past a post office which closed its counter services four years ago at the Veterans...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report USA/USPS
Betty Terry walks past a post office which closed its counter services four years ago at the Veterans Administration in Los Angeles, California January 30, 2012. The Postal Service, which relies on the sales of stamps and other products rather than taxpayer funding, has limited alternatives for shoring up its finances. The agency says it needs to reduce its operating expenses and has outlined an aggressive plan that would involve closing post offices and processing facilities, renegotiating labor contracts and eliminating thousands of jobs, ending Saturday mail delivery, and restructuring its health and retirement programs. Picture taken January 30, 2012. To match Special Report USA/USPS REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
VALENTINE-FLOWERS/
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February 13, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 26OF 40 FOR PICTURE PACKAGE 'THE VOYAGE OF THE ROSES'
U.S. Customs and Border...
Miami, UNITED STATES
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agriculture Inspection officers look for pests in boxes of roses at...
ATTENTION EDITORS - IMAGE 26OF 40 FOR PICTURE PACKAGE 'THE VOYAGE OF THE ROSES'
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agriculture Inspection officers look for pests in boxes of imported roses at United Parcel Service (UPS)'s shipping facility at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida February 10, 2012. Ninety percent of the flowers Americans will give to their sweethearts on February 14 are imported, and nearly all of those imports originate in Colombia and Ecuador. Picture taken February 10, 2012 REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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February 09, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media at the High Court in London February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 09, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media at the High Court in London February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 09, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media at the High Court in London February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 09, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media at the High Court in London February 9, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
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February 06, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media, at the High Court in London February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN/
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February 06, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media, at the High Court in London February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN/
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February 06, 2012
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture,...
London, United Kingdom
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry at the High Court...
Daily Mail editor-in-chief Paul Dacre arrives to give evidence at the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the media, at the High Court in London February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
SPAIN/
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November 16, 2011
Street performers play on their instruments at a shopping district in downtown Madrid November 16, 2011....
Madrid, Spain
Street performers play on their instruments at a shopping district in downtown Madrid
Street performers play on their instruments at a shopping district in downtown Madrid November 16, 2011. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
NEWSCORP/
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July 16, 2011
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are...
London, United Kingdom
The Times, the Sun, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent, the Daily Mail, and the Daily...
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are displayed featuring an apology from News Corp chairman and chief executive officer Rupert Murdoch, in London July 16, 2011. "We are sorry," Rupert Murdoch said in British newspapers on Saturday, as News Corp tried to quell the uproar over a phone-hacking scandal that has shaken the company and claimed its top two newspaper executives. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS)
NEWSCORP/
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July 16, 2011
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are...
London, United Kingdom
The Times, the Sun, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Independent, the Daily Mail, and the Daily...
The Times, Sun, Guardian, Financial Times, Independent, Daily Mail, and Daily Telegraph newspapers are displayed featuring an apology from News Corp chairman and chief executive officer Rupert Murdoch, in London July 16, 2011. "We are sorry," Rupert Murdoch said in British newspapers on Saturday, as News Corp tried to quell the uproar over a phone-hacking scandal that has shaken the company and claimed its top two newspaper executives. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTXSN66
September 25, 2010
A man drinks from a can of Coke near a post box in London September 25, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN...
London, United Kingdom
A man drinks from a can of Coke near a post box in London
A man drinks from a can of Coke near a post box in London September 25, 2010. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
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May 18, 2010
The wet pavement on a central Sydney street reflects bicycle courier as he makes his way through a downpour...
Sydney, Australia
Wet pavement on Sydney street reflects bicycle courier as he makes his way through a downpour
The wet pavement on a central Sydney street reflects bicycle courier as he makes his way through a downpour May 18, 2010. Picture rotated 180 degrees. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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May 17, 2010
Afghan letter writers wait for customers in Kabul May 17, 2010. Traditional letter writers in South Asia...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan letter writers wait for customers in Kabul
Afghan letter writers wait for customers in Kabul May 17, 2010. Traditional letter writers in South Asia appear a dying breed amid rising literacy and Internet. But in Afghanistan with much criticised crime and violence coupled with high illiteracy levels, bad news can be good news for these writers-for-hire. In a country where more than two thirds of a population of 27 million are illiterate, letter writers have been a way for Afghans to communicate with each other for decades. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE GM1E74E1E9501
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