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NIGERIA-ART/TOOTHPICKS
RTS6WJT2 
April 08, 2022 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that... 
Lagos, Nigeria 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that... 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that he says depicts his inner struggles at the Yaba Technology Museum in Lagos, Nigeria March 23, 2022. Picture taken March 23, 2022. REUTERS/Seun Sanni 
NIGERIA-ART/TOOTHPICKS
RTS6WJRN 
March 23, 2022 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that... 
Lagos, Nigeria 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that... 
Akingbade Adeniyi diagnosed with dyslexia, uses toothpicks to create a piece of sculpture of books that he says depicts his inner struggles at the Yaba Technology Museum, in Lagos, Nigeria March 23, 2022. Picture taken March 23, 2022. REUTERS/Seun Sanni 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA
RTX7N53X 
August 02, 2020 
A sponge with toothpicks is seen inside a lift to prevent people from touching the lift buttons with... 
Mumbai, India 
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mumbai 
A sponge with toothpicks is seen inside a lift to prevent people from touching the lift buttons with their bare hands at a residential society, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mumbai, India, August 2, 2020. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/THAILAND
RTX7HQW6 
May 07, 2020 
Toothpicks stick on a sponge as they hang inside an elevator amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Bangkok 
Toothpicks stick on a sponge as they hang inside an elevator amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Bangkok, Thailand May 7,2020. REUTERS/Jorge Silva   
JAPAN-NORTHKOREA/FAN CLUB
RTS1I4BT 
November 02, 2017 
A member of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, makes toothpick... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A member of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, makes toothpick... 
A member of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, makes toothpick North Korean flags in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017. Picture taken October 29, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
JAPAN-NORTHKOREA/FAN CLUB
RTS1I4BM 
November 02, 2017 
Members of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, make toothpick... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Members of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, make toothpick... 
Members of Japan's North Korea fan club called sengun-joshi, or military-first girls, make toothpick North Korean flags in Tokyo, Japan October 29, 2017. Picture taken October 29, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTS14LON 
May 01, 2017 
Barista Mark Zheng uses a toothpick to draw an image of the Sydney Opera House in the crema of a flat... 
Sydney, Australia 
Barista Mark Zheng uses a toothpick to draw an image of the Sydney Opera House in the crema of a flat... 
Barista Mark Zheng uses a toothpick to draw an image of the Sydney Opera House in the crema of a flat white coffee at Le Petit tarte coffee shop in Sydney, Australia May 1, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
AFRICA-MIDDLECLASS/
RTX1S2Y9 
September 23, 2015 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg, September 23, 2015. Whether... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg, September 23, 2015. Whether it's selling pensions, pasta or toothpicks, investors in Africa have been targeting the booming middle class. But a year of diving commodity prices has exposed how much the continent, and its consumers, still rely on exporting resources. A decade of growth above five percent in sub-Saharan African economies has drawn a wave of interest in selling consumer goods and providing services to a rapidly urbanizing population of 1 billion. To match Analysis AFRICA-MIDDLECLASS/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
AFRICA-MIDDLECLASS/
RTX1S2Y4 
September 23, 2015 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg, September 23, 2015. Whether... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg 
Shoppers push trolleys at an upmarket shopping mall in Sandton, Johannesburg, September 23, 2015. Whether it's selling pensions, pasta or toothpicks, investors in Africa have been targeting the booming middle class. But a year of diving commodity prices has exposed how much the continent, and its consumers, still rely on exporting resources. A decade of growth above five percent in sub-Saharan African economies has drawn a wave of interest in selling consumer goods and providing services to a rapidly urbanizing population of 1 billion. To match Analysis AFRICA-MIDDLECLASS/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR3251Q 
May 16, 2012 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knives at the production facility of Swiss... 
IBACH, Switzerland 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knives at the production facility of Swiss... 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knives at the production facility of Swiss knife manufacturer Victorinox in the village of Ibach near Schwyz May 15, 2012. Workers at the Victorinox factory, founded in 1884, produce 28,000 Swiss Army Knives a day, many hand-assembled. In addition, the factory's almost 900 workers turn out 32,000 other tools and 60,000 knives for household an professional use. Picture taken on May 15, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
POLAND/
RTR30CP3 
April 04, 2012 
Olga Dawidczyk, a folk artist, decorates a traditional Easter egg at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the... 
PNIEWO, Poland 
Olga Dawidczyk, a folk artist, decorates a traditional Easter egg at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the... 
Olga Dawidczyk, a folk artist, decorates a traditional Easter egg at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the ethnic region of Kurpie in Pniewo, near Pultusk, 70 km (45 miles) north from Warsaw, April 4, 2012. In Kurpie, traditional Easter eggs are decorated with white bulrush pith and coloured wool, which are glued to the egg shell. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: SOCIETY) 
VIETNAM/
RTR2W22Z 
January 09, 2012 
A man gives money to18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
A man gives money to18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who... 
A man gives money to18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who know his mother, waits for customers at a market in Hanoi January 9, 2012. Thang, who cannot remember his full name and comes from Vietnam's central province of Thanh Hoa, sells toothpicks and earbuds at a market in Hanoi. Witnesses say he also receives donations from passers-by. Agent Orange is a dioxin-laced defoliant sprayed by U.S. troops during the Vietnam War to destroy crops and jungle cover shielding guerrillas. U.S. warplanes used it the first time on August 10, 1961, in Vietnam's central Kontum province, dropping about 18 million gallons of the defoliant on southern Vietnam for most of the 1960s. The defoliant released dioxins that have been blamed for health problems with claims of dioxin poisoning by more than three million people in Vietnam. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH POLITICS POVERTY) 
VIETNAM/
RTR2W22P 
January 09, 2012 
18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who know his mother, waits... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
18 years old Thang, an agent orange victim, waits for customers at a market in Hanoi 
18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who know his mother, waits for customers at a market in Hanoi January 9, 2012. Thang, who cannot remember his full name and comes from Vietnam's central province of Thanh Hoa, sells toothpicks and earbuds at a market in Hanoi. Witnesses say he also receives donations from passers-by. Agent Orange is a dioxin-laced defoliant sprayed by U.S. troops during the Vietnam War to destroy crops and jungle cover shielding guerrillas. U.S. warplanes used it the first time on August 10, 1961, in Vietnam's central Kontum province, dropping about 18 million gallons of the defoliant on southern Vietnam for most of the 1960s. The defoliant released dioxins that have been blamed for health problems with claims of dioxin poisoning by more than three million people in Vietnam. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH POLITICS POVERTY) 
VIETNAM/
RTR2W22M 
January 09, 2012 
18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who know his mother, waits... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
18 years old Thang, an agent orange victim, waits for customers at a market in Hanoi 
18-year-old Thang, believed to be an Agent Orange victim according to locals who know his mother, waits for customers at a market in Hanoi January 9, 2012. Thang, who cannot remember his full name and comes from Vietnam's central province of Thanh Hoa, sells toothpicks and earbuds at a market in Hanoi. Witnesses say he also receives donations from passers-by. Agent Orange is a dioxin-laced defoliant sprayed by U.S. troops during the Vietnam War to destroy crops and jungle cover shielding guerrillas. U.S. warplanes used it the first time on August 10, 1961, in Vietnam's central Kontum province, dropping about 18 million gallons of the defoliant on southern Vietnam for most of the 1960s. The defoliant released dioxins that have been blamed for health problems with claims of dioxin poisoning by more than three million people in Vietnam. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH POLITICS POVERTY) 
ALBANIA/
RTXUR59 
November 17, 2010 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt,... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a giant banknote he has labelled the "currency of the soul" dedicated to creators of art in Tirana November 17, 2010. The work will measure 490 centimetres by 240 centimetres, contain 300,000 industrial screws and feature a portrait of the ancient Greek poet Homer in the centre. Strati, who has made portrait of Italian Rennaissance artist and inventor Leonardo Da Vinci with nails, a horse with toothpicks, a guitar playing youngster with corks and a portrait of late pop star Michael Jackson with paintbrushes to win the Guinness World Record for each of them as the largest in their categories, is expected to finish his work on November 18. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ALBANIA/
RTXUR50 
November 17, 2010 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt,... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a giant banknote he has labelled the "currency of the soul" dedicated to creators of art in Tirana November 17, 2010. The work will measure 490 centimetres by 240 centimetres, contain 300,000 industrial screws and feature a portrait of the ancient Greek poet Homer in the centre. Strati, who has made portrait of Italian Rennaissance artist and inventor Leonardo Da Vinci with nails, a horse with toothpicks, a guitar playing youngster with corks and a portrait of late pop star Michael Jackson with paintbrushes to win the Guinness World Record for each of them as the largest in their categories, is expected to finish his work on November 18. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ALBANIA/
RTXUR4Z 
November 17, 2010 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt,... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, who holds four Guinness World records for far, works on his fifth attempt, a giant banknote he has labelled the "currency of the soul" dedicated to creators of art in Tirana November 17, 2010. The work will measure 490 centimetres by 240 centimetres, contain 300,000 industrial screws and feature a portrait of the ancient Greek poet Homer in the centre. Strati, who has made portrait of Italian Rennaissance artist and inventor Leonardo Da Vinci with nails, a horse with toothpicks, a guitar playing youngster with corks and a portrait of late pop star Michael Jackson with paintbrushes to win the Guinness World Record for each of them as the largest in their categories, is expected to finish his work on November 18. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX4TQ2 
December 17, 2007 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knifes at the production facility of Swiss... 
IBACH, Switzerland 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE SWISS-KNIFE/ 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knifes at the production facility of Swiss knife manufacturer Victorinox in the village of Ibach near Schwyz December 4, 2007. Workers at the Victorinox factory, founded in 1884, produce 28,000 Swiss Army Knives a day, many hand-assembled. In addition, the factory?s almost 1,000 workers turn out 32,000 other tools and 60,000 kitchen and butchers? knives. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE SWISS-KNIFE/ 
SWISS-KNIFE/
RTX4TOV 
December 17, 2007 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knifes at the production facility of Swiss... 
IBACH, Switzerland 
To accompany feature SWISS-KNIFE/ 
A worker puts toothpicks and tweezers into Swiss army pocket knifes at the production facility of Swiss knife manufacturer Victorinox in the village of Ibach near Schwyz December 4, 2007. Workers at the Victorinox factory, founded in 1884, produce 28,000 Swiss Army Knives a day, many hand-assembled. In addition, the factory?s almost 1,000 workers turn out 32,000 other tools and 60,000 kitchen and butchers? knives. Picture taken December 4. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE SWISS-KNIFE/ REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
GERMANY/
RTX4OPY 
December 13, 2007 
The smallest nutcracker in the world, with moving parts, is pictured close to a match in the nutcracker... 
NEUHAUSEN, Germany 
The smallest nutcracker in the world is pictured close to a match in Neuhausen 
The smallest nutcracker in the world, with moving parts, is pictured close to a match in the nutcracker museum in the traditional Erz Mountain village of Neuhausen near Seiffen, about 70km (44 miles) south of the eastern German town Dresden December 12, 2007. The nutcracker is 4.9 millimetre high and was shaped out of a toothpick over 50 hours by Guenter Goetz of Giengen. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTX4O9X 
December 12, 2007 
The smallest nutcracker in the world, with moving parts, is pictured close to a match in the nutcracker... 
NEUHAUSEN, Germany 
The smallest nutcracker in the world is pictured close to a match in Neuhausen 
The smallest nutcracker in the world, with moving parts, is pictured close to a match in the nutcracker museum in the traditional Erz Mountain village of Neuhausen near Seiffen, about 70km (44 miles) south of the eastern German town Dresden December 12, 2007. The nutcracker is 4.9 millimetre high and was shaped out of a toothpick over 50 hours by Guenter Goetz of Giengen. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTX4O9U 
December 12, 2007 
The smallest nutcracker of the world, with moving parts, is pictured next to a one cent coin in the nutcracker... 
NEUHAUSEN, Germany 
The smallest nutcracker of the world is pictured next to a one cent coin in Neuhausen 
The smallest nutcracker of the world, with moving parts, is pictured next to a one cent coin in the nutcracker museum in the traditional Erz Mountain village of Neuhausen near Seiffen, about 70km (44 miles) south of the eastern German town Dresden December 12, 2007. The nutcracker is 4.9 millimetre high and was shaped out of a toothpick over 50 hours by Guenter Goetz of Giengen. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1TFYT 
September 05, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian painter Strati poses in front of a horse mosaic made with toothpicks at the International Center... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1TFYS 
September 05, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian painter Strati poses in front of a horse mosaic made with toothpicks at the International Center... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA-TOOTHPICKS/
RTR1TFSH 
September 04, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, speaks to the media in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, speaks to the media in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks in Tirana... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, speaks to the media in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA-TOOTHPICKS/
RTR1TFSF 
September 04, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks in Tirana 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA-TOOTHPICKS/
RTR1TFSD 
September 04, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks in Tirana 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA-TOOTHPICKS/
RTR1TFSC 
September 04, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks in Tirana 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA-TOOTHPICKS/
RTR1TFSB 
September 04, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Strati, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks in Tirana 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, poses in front of a horse mosaic made from toothpicks at the International Center of Culture in Tirana September 4, 2007. The image of a horse created with more than half a million toothpicks in homage to Antoni Gaudi earned Strati a second entry in the Guinness Book of Records on Tuesday. Strati spent 13 hours a day for 40 days on the mosaic measuring two by four metres in a technique resembling digital camera pixels, using either sharpened or blunt ends of oak, poplar and bamboo toothpicks. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SMU0 
August 09, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
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Toothpick Mosaic - 08 Aug 2007 
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ALBANIA/
RTR1SM59 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM58 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM57 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM56 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM4Z 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM4N 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
ALBANIA/
RTR1SM4I 
August 08, 2007 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Tirana, Albania 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre... 
Albanian artist Saimir Strati, 41, creates a toothpick mosaic of a horse at the International Centre of Culture in Tirana August 8, 2007. Strati is using one million toothpicks on a polystyrene board measuring eight square-metres, to create what he hopes will be entered into the Guinness World Records as the largest 3-D nail mosaic ever attempted. The work will take around 40 days to complete. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA) 
LEISURE MTV
RTR1GVRE 
September 01, 2006 
Rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs talks to reporters as he arrives for an after party for the MTV Video Music... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs talks to reporters as he arrives for an after party for the MTV Video Music... 
Rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs talks to reporters as he arrives for an after party for the MTV Video Music Awards in New York, August 31, 2006. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES) 
HONGKONG
RTRIGE1 
December 17, 2004 
Lo Siu Lang (C), a public housing tenant, uses a toothpick during a news conference in Hong Kong December... 
Hong Kong 
Lo Siu Lang, a public housing tenant, uses a toothpick at a news conference in Hong Kong. 
Lo Siu Lang (C), a public housing tenant, uses a toothpick during a news conference in Hong Kong December 17, 2004. The world's largest property trust listing is in disarray after a Hong Kong court said it could not force a 67-year-old pensioner living on $427 a month to proceed with a legal challenge to the $3 billion IPO. The Housing Authority, which has said it would scrap its IPO on Monday if legal issues are not resolved by then, wanted the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) to force the tenant to make any final legal challenge on Friday. Lo had failed in an initial challenge against the Link REIT and a subsequent appeal in the case that pits her against the Hong Kong government, half a million investors and top global financial firms. REUTERS/Kin Cheung KC/CN 
BERLIN
RTXMYHA 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAY02- A May 17,2002 file picture shows an aerial view of Berlin's 365 metres-high television... 
Berlin, Germany 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAY02- A May 17,2002 file picture shows an aerial view of Berlin's 365 metres-high te..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAY02- A May 17,2002 file picture shows an aerial view of Berlin's 365 metres-high television tower. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
BERLIN
RTXMYH9 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 30SEP04- A panoramic view shows Berlin's television tower in this photograph taken on September... 
Berlin, Germany 
-PHOTO TAKEN 30SEP04- A panoramic view shows Berlin's television tower in this photograph taken on S..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 30SEP04- A panoramic view shows Berlin's television tower in this photograph taken on September 30, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
BERLIN
RTXMYH8 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this... 
Berlin, Germany 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in thi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this photograph taken on September 28, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
BERLIN
RTXMYH7 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this... 
Berlin, Germany 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in thi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this photograph taken on September 28, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
BERLIN
RTXMYH6 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this... 
Berlin, Germany 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in thi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP04- Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this photograph taken on September 28, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
GERMANY
RTRCCS9 
October 02, 2004 
Fireworks explode above Berlin's landmark TV tower 'Alexander Turm' late October 2, 2004, during celebrations... 
Berlin 
Fireworks explode over Berlin's landmark TV tower. 
Fireworks explode above Berlin's landmark TV tower 'Alexander Turm' late October 2, 2004, during celebrations to mark the 35th anniversary of Europe's third-tallest building. The total height of the tower, nick-named by Berliners Tele-Spargel (toothpick), is 365m (1197 ft). REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/WR/GB 
LIFE GERMANY TOWER
RTRCLCI 
September 30, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A full moon is seen next to Berlin's television tower in this photograph... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature life Germany tower. 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A full moon is seen next to Berlin's television tower in this photograph taken on September 30, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/JV 
LIFE GERMANY TOWER
RTRCLBS 
September 30, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A panoramic view shows Berlin's television tower in this photograph... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature life Germany tower. 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A panoramic view shows Berlin's television tower in this photograph taken on September 30, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/JV 
LIFE GERMANY TOWER
RTRCLCV 
September 28, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature life Germany tower. 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this photograph taken on September 28, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/JV 
LIFE GERMANY TOWER
RTRCLC3 
September 28, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature life Germany tower. 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - Berlin's television tower appears between the cupola of the Berlin dome in this photograph taken on September 28, 2004. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/JV 
LEISURE CANADA FESTIVAL
RTRAP7C 
September 13, 2004 
Actor Liam Neeson chews on a toothpick during a press conference for his film "Kinsey" at the Toronto... 
Toronto, Canada 
Actor Liam Neeson chews on tooth pick at Toronto Film Festival press conference. 
Actor Liam Neeson chews on a toothpick during a press conference for his film "Kinsey" at the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, September 13, 2004. REUTERS/Andrew Wallace REUTERS ANW 
TV TOWER
RTXLQB7 
January 17, 2003 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on January 17, 2003. The TV tower,... 
Berlin, Germany 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on January 17, 2003. The TV towe..... 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on January 17, 2003. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
GERMANY
RTRGQ9G 
January 17, 2003 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on
January 17, 2003. The TV tower,... 
Berlin, Germany 
THE RISING MOON IS SEEN BESIDE BERLINS TELEVISION TOWER. 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on
January 17, 2003. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe
and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total
length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Fabrizio
Bensch

FAB/WR/AA 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRZJ6G 
October 16, 2002 
San Francisco Giants Manager Dusty Baker chews on a toothpick as he
watches his team practice at Pacific... 
San Francisco, United States of America 
GIANTS MANAGER BAKER AT TEAM WORKOUT FOR WORLD SERIES. 
San Francisco Giants Manager Dusty Baker chews on a toothpick as he
watches his team practice at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco,
California, October 16, 2002. Baker will be in his first World Series
as a manager when the Giants face the Anaheim Angels in Game 1 of the
2002 World Series in Anaheim, October 19. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRZJ5Y 
October 16, 2002 
San Francisco Giants Manager Dusty Baker (C) chews on a toothpick as he
speaks to a group of reporters... 
San Francisco, United States of America 
GIANTS MANAGER BAKER WITH MEDIA AT TEAM WORKOUT FOR WORLD SERIES. 
San Francisco Giants Manager Dusty Baker (C) chews on a toothpick as he
speaks to a group of reporters during a team workout at Pacific Bell
Park in San Francisco, California, October 16, 2002. The Giants will
face the Anaheim Angels in Game 1 of the 2002 World Series in Anaheim,
October 19. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS 
TV TOWER
RTXLCI2 
June 24, 2002 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on June 23, 2002. The TV tower, is... 
Berlin, Germany 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on June 23, 2002. The TV tower, ..... 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on June 23, 2002. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe known as the Fernsehturm (television tower) or the so-called " Tele-spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. 
GERMANY
RTR6QQ7 
June 23, 2002 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on
June 23, 2002. The TV tower,... 
Berlin, Germany 
THE RISING MOON IS SEEN BESIDE TO BERLINS TELEVISION TOWER. 
The rising moon is seen beside the top of Berlin's television tower on
June 23, 2002. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe
known as the Fernsehturm (television tower) or the so-called "
Tele-spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is
365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch REUTERS

FAB/CRB 
LIFE GERMANY TOWER
RTRCLCQ 
May 17, 2002 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A May 17,2002 file picture shows an aerial view of Berlin's 365... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature life Germany tower. 
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE GERMANY TOWER - A May 17,2002 file picture shows an aerial view of Berlin's 365 metres-high television tower. The TV tower, is the third-tallest building in Europe and nick-named by Berliners "Tele-Spargel" (toothpick). The total length to the top of the spire is 365m or 1197 ft. REUTERS/Manuela Hartling MAN/JV 
JAPAN
RTXJGI0 
January 13, 2000 
"The world's smallest teddy bear," less than one millimetre in overall size and made of resin, is seen... 
Akishima, Japan 
"The world's smallest teddy bear," less than one millimetre in overall size and made of resin, is se..... 
"The world's smallest teddy bear," less than one millimetre in overall size and made of resin, is seen sitting on the tip of a shaved down toothpick at the home of "extreme miniature craft artist" Hiromu Morino in Akishima, outside Tokyo January 13. Using a pen knife and his fingernails, the former graphic artist created the teddy bear, too small to see any details with the naked eye, as part of his small-size craft production. 
JAPAN
RTR9TS 
January 13, 2000 
"The world's smallest teddy bear," less than one millimetre in overall size and made of resin, is seen... 
Akishima, Japan 
"WORLD'S SMALLEST TEDDY BEAR" IS SEEN ATOP SHAVED DOWN TOOTHPICK OUTSIDE TOKYO. 
"The world's smallest teddy bear," less than one millimetre in overall size and made of resin, is seen sitting on the tip of a shaved down toothpick at the home of "extreme miniature craft artist" Hiromu Morino in Akishima, outside Tokyo January 13. Using a pen knife and his fingernails, the former graphic artist created the teddy bear, too small to see any details with the naked eye, as part of his small-size craft production.

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