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Pictures Report
Pictures Report
NRA concealed-carry fashion features thigh holsters, tactical flannel shirts
20 PICTURES
USA-GUNS/FASHION
RTX6THM2
April 28, 2019
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms"...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms"...
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms" concealed carry fashion show at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., April 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-GUNS/FASHION
RTX6TGNV
April 28, 2019
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms"...
Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms"...
A woman models a pair of Body Shaping Thigh Holster Shorts by Dene Adams during the "Fashion & Firearms" concealed carry fashion show at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., April 27, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/
RTX6F57J
October 15, 2018
Migrants walk across the Tachira river to illegally enter into Colombia, in front of the Simon Bolivar...
VILLA DEL ROSARIO, Colombia
The Wider Image: Fleeing crisis at home, Venezuelans struggle abroad, too
Migrants walk across the Tachira river to illegally enter into Colombia, in front of the Simon Bolivar international bridge in Villa del Rosario, Colombia August 24, 2018. Only a few meters separate the bridge, where the formal border controls are located, and dirt-road crossings known as "trochas". The Tachira river is relatively easy to cross, with water reaching up to migrants' thighs, but crossing with smugglers is often stressful and many migrants said they were robbed during crossings. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "MIGRANT TACHIRA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SPAIN-BULLS/RUNNER
RTS1VO7X
July 07, 2018
FILE PHOTO: A combination photo shows American Bill Hillmann (L in top frame, wearing white with a beard),...
Pamplona, Spain
FILE PHOTO: A combination photo shows American Bill Hillmann getting gored in the right thigh during...
FILE PHOTO: A combination photo shows American Bill Hillmann (L in top frame, wearing white with a beard), as he falls down and gets gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting bull "Brevito" (top-bottom) during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso/File photo
SPAIN-BULLS/RUNNER
RTS1VO7V
July 07, 2018
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting...
Pamplona, Spain
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin...
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting bull "Brevito" during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso/File photo
SPAIN-BULLS/RUNNER
RTS1VO7Q
July 07, 2018
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann (L, wearing white with a beard) is seen right before getting gored...
Pamplona, Spain
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann is seen right before getting gored during the third running of the...
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann (L, wearing white with a beard) is seen right before getting gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting bull "Brevito" during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso/File photo
SPAIN-BULLS/RUNNER
RTS1VO7P
July 07, 2018
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting...
Pamplona, Spain
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin...
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann gets gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting bull "Brevito" during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso/File photo
SPAIN-BULLS/RUNNER
RTS1VO7O
July 07, 2018
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann (L, wearing white with a beard) falls down right before getting gored...
Pamplona, Spain
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann falls down right before getting gored during the third running of...
FILE PHOTO: American Bill Hillmann (L, wearing white with a beard) falls down right before getting gored in the right thigh by the 600kg Victoriano del Rio fighting bull "Brevito" during the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 9, 2014. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso/File photo
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3VAP1
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9HC
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
RRohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, reacts as her sister Zuhara jokes while they hang out outside their family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9FO
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, keeps to herself at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 2, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 2, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9F9
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9EZ
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their makeshift shelter...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their make-shift shelter...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, poses with her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, at their makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9EH
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein as her father Sayedul...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum consoles her nephew as her father cuts wood outside her family's makeshift...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein as her father Sayedul Rahaman, 60, cuts wood outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017.Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CO
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. SSenuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CL
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9CG
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, has her head stroked by her sister-in-law Hasina Begum, 22, as she...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum has her head stroked by her sister-in-law as she rests at their family's...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, has her head stroked by her sister-in-law Hasina Begum, 22, as she rests at their family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AZ
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AU
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, adjusts her headscarf outside her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 3, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 3, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V9AP
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, walks back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V98Y
December 19, 2017
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with...
A Rohingya refugee boy looks at Senuwara Begum, 16, walk back to her family's makeshift shelter with the help of a pair of donated crutches at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 30, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V97B
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, rests at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V971
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, (L) queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, (L) queues at a relief aid distribution line at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V954
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, combs her hair outside her family’s makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, December 1, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. “We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn’t want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life,” Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. “She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg,” her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter’s future. “I don’t know what will become of her. Who’s going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she’s half dead.” Picture taken December 1, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3V90P
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein at her family's makeshift...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum consoles her nephew at her family's make-shift shelter at Balukhali refugee...
Rohingya refugee Senuwara Begum, 16, consoles her two-year-old nephew Iman Hussein at her family's makeshift shelter at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, November 29, 2017. Senuwara Begum lost her right leg after she got shot in the thigh, above the knee, when her village Shahab Bazar, in Maungdaw district, Myanmar, was attacked and burned to the ground by the Myanmar military at the end of August, her father, Sayedul Rahaman, says. Rahaman, a 60-year-old farmer, carried her on his back for six days to cross the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. "We could see dead bodies as we were running away. We were hiding in the bushes because we didn't want the soldiers to find us, but I knew I had to rush if I wanted to save her life," Rahaman says. He used natural remedies along the way to try to protect the wound, but it had gotten infected and doctors at a hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told them there was no other option but to amputate the leg. Senuwara was devastated. "She had come to terms with dying, but not living with one leg," her father says. Rahaman is very concerned about his daughter's future. "I don't know what will become of her. Who's going to marry a girl with only one leg? In a way, she's half dead." Picture taken November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SRI LANKA-CHINA/MASS WEDDING
RTX3TYYP
December 17, 2017
Bridal dressers hold the hair spray cans in between their thighs while they dressing Chinese brides for...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bridal dressers hold the hair spray cans in between their thighs while they dressing Chinese brides for...
Bridal dressers hold the hair spray cans in between their thighs while they dressing Chinese brides for the mass wedding ceremony for fifty Chinese couples in Colombo, Sri Lanka December 17, 2017. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL
RTX2S59Z
November 06, 2016
A soldier takes a selfie as rocket lies on his thigh during fighting with Islamic States militants, in...
Mosul, Iraq
A soldier takes a selfie as rocket lies on his thigh during fighting with Islamic States fighters, in...
A soldier takes a selfie as rocket lies on his thigh during fighting with Islamic States militants, in the Shahrazad disrict of eastern Mosul, Iraq, November 6, 2016. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX2O0QL
September 03, 2016
Allie Labutis wears a painted "'Merica" on her thigh during the fifth annual Made in America Music Festival...
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
Allie Labutis wears a painted "'Merica" on her thigh during the fifth annual Made in America Music Festival...
Allie Labutis wears a painted "'Merica" on her thigh during the fifth annual Made in America Music Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 3, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Makela
TENNIS-WOMEN-INTERNATIONAL/
RTX2H082
June 19, 2016
Britain Tennis - Aegon International - Devonshire Park, Eastbourne - 19/6/16
Great Britain's Laura Robson...
United Kingdom
Aegon International
Britain Tennis - Aegon International - Devonshire Park, Eastbourne - 19/6/16
Great Britain's Laura Robson holds her thigh during the qualifying round
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
EGYPT-STRONGMAN/PHARAOH
RTSC6SH
March 25, 2016
Egyptian strongman Karim Hussein, 38, sticks a knife in his thigh in Cairo, Egypt, March 18, 2016. Dubbed...
Cairo, Egypt
The Wider Image: 'Pharaoh', the king of Cairo strongmen
Egyptian strongman Karim Hussein, 38, sticks a knife in his thigh in Cairo, Egypt, March 18, 2016. Dubbed "The Pharaoh" by friends and family, Hussein seemed destined to be a strongman from a young age, and claims to have a unique biological makeup that easily absorbs pain. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany SEARCH "CAIRO STRONGMAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QU0
January 10, 2016
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016....
Vienna, Austria
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTZ
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway...
Vienna, Austria
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTY
January 10, 2016
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016....
Vienna, Austria
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria
People stand on a train platform during the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTX
January 10, 2016
A dog is seen on the train near people taking part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria,...
Vienna, Austria
A dog is seen on the train near people taking part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria
A dog is seen on the train near people taking part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTW
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway...
Vienna, Austria
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTS
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway...
Vienna, Austria
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
AUSTRIA-SUBWAY/
RTX21QTR
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway...
Vienna, Austria
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMM
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMJ
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMI
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMH
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMG
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMF
January 10, 2016
A couple pose for pictures as they take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016....
Berlin, Germany
A couple pose for pictures as they take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
A couple pose for pictures as they take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QME
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMC
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMB
January 10, 2016
A mother and her son take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants...
Berlin, Germany
A mother and her son take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
A mother and her son take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QMA
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX21QM8
January 10, 2016
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride'...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin
People take part in the 'No Pants Subway Ride' in Berlin, January 10, 2016. The 'No Pants Subway Ride' is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
ATHLETICS/
RTR4Y4L3
May 30, 2015
Dec 7, 2019; Portland, OR, USA; Detailed view of NXN and Nike swoosh logo on the right thigh of Jace...
multiple cities, multiple countries
Cross Country: Nike Cross Nationals
Dec 7, 2019; Portland, OR, USA; Detailed view of NXN and Nike swoosh logo on the right thigh of Jace Ascbrenner of Newbury Park during the boys race at Nike Nike Cross Nationals at Glendoveer Golf Course. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
MEXICO-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RLAP
March 01, 2015
A tattoo artist works to create an image of a woman on the thigh of a man next to a tattoo of Rambo during...
Monterrey, Mexico
A tattoo artist works to create an image of a woman on the thigh of a man next to a tattoo of Rambo during...
A tattoo artist works to create an image of a woman on the thigh of a man next to a tattoo of Rambo during the "Expo Tatuaje" international, a tattoo expo, in Monterrey February 28, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXF9
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXEW
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXEG
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXDY
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXDP
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXC6
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXBF
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTR4KXAK
January 11, 2015
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is...
Berlin, Germany
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin
People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
SOCCER-SPAIN/BARCELONA-VERMAELEN
RTR4FX8M
November 28, 2014
Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen attends a commercial event at Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona November 27,...
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen attends a commercial event at Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona
Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen attends a commercial event at Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona November 27, 2014. Barcelona defender Vermaelen will have an operation to correct a thigh problem next week and is expected to be out for four to five months, the La Liga club said on Thursday. The Belgium centre back, who sustained the injury playing against Russia at the World Cup in June, has yet to make his competitive debut after joining from Arsenal in August and his signing has become something of an embarrassment for the Barca board. Picture taken November 27, 2014. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER PROFILE)
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