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USA-RACE/GEORGEFLOYD
RTXB2Y4A 
April 01, 2021 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco... 
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES 
The City of Minneapolis enters its fourth day of the trial of Derek Chauvin 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco leaves flowers at George Floyd Square while the fourth day of trial continues for Derek Chauvin, who is facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., April 1, 2021. REUTERS/Octavio Jones 
USA-RACE/GEORGEFLOYD
RTXB2Y47 
April 01, 2021 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco... 
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES 
The City of Minneapolis enters its fourth day of the trial of Derek Chauvin 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco leaves flowers at George Floyd Square while the fourth day of trial continues for Derek Chauvin, who is facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., April 1, 2021. REUTERS/Octavio Jones 
USA-RACE/GEORGEFLOYD
RTXB2Y49 
April 01, 2021 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco... 
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES 
The City of Minneapolis enters its fourth day of the trial of Derek Chauvin 
Obije Native American tribal members Ava Warrior-Graves (L) and he sister Malaysia Haro place tobacco leaves flowers at George Floyd Square while the fourth day of trial continues for Derek Chauvin, who is facing murder charges in the death of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S., April 1, 2021. REUTERS/Octavio Jones 
SOUTH DAKOTA-NATIVE AMERICANS/
RTX6DOWW 
August 02, 2018 
A group of four women from the Northern Arapaho tribe wear their traditional clothing in the tribal area... 
FORT LARAMIE, UNITED STATES 
A group of four women from the Northern Arapaho tribe wear their traditional clothing in the tribal area... 
A group of four women from the Northern Arapaho tribe wear their traditional clothing in the tribal area on the grounds of the Fort Laramie National Historic Site in Fort Laramie, Wyoming, U.S., April 28, 2018. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith 
USA-PIPELINE/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTSPJLR 
September 26, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as he is honored during a traditional blanketing ceremony at the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as he is honored during a traditional blanketing ceremony at the... 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as he is honored during a traditional blanketing ceremony at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
USA-PIPELINE/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTSPJL9 
September 26, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
USA-PIPELINE/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTSPJL6 
September 26, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
USA-PIPELINE/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTSPJJ6 
September 26, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
U.S. President Barack Obama laughs as he is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque 
USA-PIPELINE/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTSPJIT 
September 26, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White... 
U.S. President Barack Obama looks up as is honored in a blanketing ceremony before speaking at the White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-POLICE/
RTSIRV8 
July 20, 2016 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge... 
Baton Rouge, USA 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge... 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge police officer Montrell Jackson, who was shot and killed Sunday morning, attends a vigil in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S. July 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman 
USA-POLICE/
RTSIRV7 
July 20, 2016 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge... 
Baton Rouge, USA 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge... 
Tonya Johnson, Big Queen of the Wild Tchoupitoulas Indian Tribe, who went to high school with Baton Rouge police officer Montrell Jackson, who was shot and killed Sunday morning, attends a vigil in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S. July 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-FALLUJA
RTX2GMON 
June 16, 2016 
Tribal fighters stand guard at a refugee camp for displaced people, who fled from Falluja because of... 
AMERIYAT FALLUJA, Iraq 
Tribal fighters stand guard at a refugee camp for displaced people in Ameriyat Falluja 
Tribal fighters stand guard at a refugee camp for displaced people, who fled from Falluja because of Islamic State violence, in Ameriyat Falluja, south of Falluja, Iraq, June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad 
LANDRIGHTS-NATIVEAMERICANS/QUOTEBOX
RTSGSAY 
June 09, 2016 
Burton Pretty On Top Sr., a member of America?s Crow Indian Tribe, who joined other tribal members recently... 
Crow Agency, UNITED STATES 
Burton Pretty On Top Sr. a member of America?s Crow Indian Tribe who joined other tribal members recently... 
Burton Pretty On Top Sr., a member of America?s Crow Indian Tribe, who joined other tribal members recently in a project to help Native Americans write their wills is pictured in Crow Agency, Montana, U.S. on May 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ellen Wulfhorst 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRS8 
May 11, 2016 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers'... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), carries a sniper and an AK-47 rifle in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRS4 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), disarm an improvised explosive device placed by Islamic State fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRS1 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), carry improvised explosive devices to place on a track used by Islamic State fighters near village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRS0 
May 11, 2016 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), disarms an improvised explosive device placed by Islamic State fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRX 
May 11, 2016 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers'... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), poses for photograph at a check point in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRU 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party (PKK), stand in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRR 
May 11, 2016 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), holds a disarmed suicide bomber's vest captured from Islamic State fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRQ 
May 11, 2016 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), carries a disarmed improvised explosive device which was placed by Islamic State fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRP 
May 11, 2016 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), disarms an improvised explosive device placed by Islamic States fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRO 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party (PKK), carry improvised explosive devices to place on a track used by Islamic State fighters near the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRRI 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan WorkersÕ Party (PKK), stand in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRQX 
May 11, 2016 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers'... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
A female member of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), smiles as she holds a sniper rifle in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRQP 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), place an improvised explosive device on a track used by Islamic State fighters near village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 29, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRQE 
May 11, 2016 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
Members of the Sinjar Resistance Units (YBS), a militia affiliated with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), sit with an Arab tribal fighter (L) in a house in the village of Umm al-Dhiban, northern Iraq, April 30, 2016. They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR
RTX2DRQA 
May 11, 2016 
They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two... 
UMM AL-DHIBAN, Iraq 
The Wider Image: On patrol with the Sinjar Resistance Units 
They share little more than an enemy and struggle to communicate on the battlefield, but together two relatively obscure groups have opened up a new front against Islamic State militants in a remote corner of Iraq. The unlikely alliance between the Sinjar Resistance Units, an offshoot of a leftist Kurdish organisation, and Abdulkhaleq al-Jarba, a Arab tribal militia is a measure of the extent to which Islamic State has upended the regional order. Across Iraq and Syria, new groups have emerged where old powers have waned, competing to claim fragments of territory from Islamic State and complicating the outlook when they win. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "YBS TOMASEVIC" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-SINJAR 
KENYA-WILDLIFE/
RTX2C5XJ 
April 29, 2016 
Traditional Maasai tribesmen pose for a photograph near elephant tusks, part of an estimated 105 tonnes... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Traditional Maasai tribesmen pose for a photograph near elephant tusks, part of an estimated 105 tonnes... 
Traditional Maasai tribesmen pose for a photograph near elephant tusks, part of an estimated 105 tonnes of confiscated ivory to be set ablaze, stacked onto a pyre at Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya, April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA-WILDLIFE/
RTX2C5XE 
April 29, 2016 
A traditional Maasai tribesman holds an elephant tusk, part of an estimated 105 tonnes of confiscated... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A traditional Maasai tribesman holds an elephant tusk, part of an estimated 105 tonnes of confiscated... 
A traditional Maasai tribesman holds an elephant tusk, part of an estimated 105 tonnes of confiscated ivory to be set ablaze, at Nairobi National Park near Nairobi, Kenya, April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/GAMES
RTX2AOQG 
April 19, 2016 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de... 
SANTA CRUZ DE CABRALIA, Brazil 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de... 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de Cabralia, Bahia state, Brazil, April 17, 2016. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio 
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/GAMES
RTX2AOBF 
April 19, 2016 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de... 
SANTA CRUZ DE CABRALIA, Brazil 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de... 
Native Brazilians sing and dance, during the Indigenous Youth Games of Pataxos nation in Santa Cruz de Cabralia, Bahia state, Brazil, April 17, 2016. REUTERS/Roosevelt Cassio 
OREGON-MILITIA/
RTX24QNJ 
January 31, 2016 
An FBI agent, left, talks to members of the Burns Paiute Tribal Police at the entry to the Burns Municipal... 
BURNS, UNITED STATES 
An FBI agent, left, talks to members of the Burns Paiute Tribal Police at the entry to the Burns Municipal... 
An FBI agent, left, talks to members of the Burns Paiute Tribal Police at the entry to the Burns Municipal Airport in Burns, Oregon January 30, 2016. Four armed anti-government protesters held their ground at the remote Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon on Saturday, two days after the FBI released a video of the fatal shooting of one of the group's spokesmen during a traffic stop. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart 
AFGHANISTAN-BLAST/
RTX22PUQ 
January 17, 2016 
Afghan policemen arrive at the site of a suicide attack in Jalalabad, Afghanistan January 17, 2016. ... 
Jalalabad, Afghanistan 
Afghan policemen arrive the site of a suicide attack in Jalalabad 
Afghan policemen arrive at the site of a suicide attack in Jalalabad, Afghanistan January 17, 2016. A suicide bomber killed nine people in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Sunday at the home of a tribal elder when people had gathered to celebrate his son's release from Taliban captivity, local officials said. The son was killed and at least 12 people, including his father, were wounded in the attack, according to Attaullah Khogyani, a spokesman for the provincial governor. REUTERS/ Parwiz 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
RTX1YYLP 
December 16, 2015 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front... 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front of the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil, December 16, 2015. PEC 215 proposes the transfer of power to demarcate indigenous lands to the Brazilian National Congress. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-PROTEST/
RTX1YXZR 
December 16, 2015 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front... 
A Brazilian indian attends a protest against the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC 215), in front of the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil, December 16, 2015. PEC 215 proposes the transfer of power to demarcate indigenous lands to the Brazilian National Congress. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1W8B0 
November 28, 2015 
Performers wear traditional tribal clothings poses before Pope Francis' arrives at Kololo Air strip for... 
Kampala, Uganda 
Performers wear traditional tribal clothings poses before Pope Francis' arrives at Kololo Air strip for... 
Performers wear traditional tribal clothings poses before Pope Francis' arrives at Kololo Air strip for a meeting with youths in Kampala, Uganda, November 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1W80K 
November 28, 2015 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Kampala, Uganda 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip for a meeting with youths in Kampala, Uganda, November 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1W805 
November 28, 2015 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Kampala, Uganda 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip for a meeting with youths in Kampala, Uganda, November 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1W803 
November 28, 2015 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Kampala, Uganda 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip... 
Performers wearing traditional tribal clothings greet Pope Francis as he arrives at Kololo Air strip for a meeting with youths in Kampala, Uganda, November 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1W5W7 
November 27, 2015 
A man wears his traditional tribal clothing as he waits for the arrival of Pope Francis' in Munyonyo... 
Kampala, Uganda 
A man wears his traditional tribal clothing as he waits for the arrival of Pope Francis' in Munyonyo... 
A man wears his traditional tribal clothing as he waits for the arrival of Pope Francis' in Munyonyo in Kampala, Uganda, November 27, 2015. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini 
 YEMEN-SECURITY/ARMS
RTS4ZN6 
October 18, 2015 
A Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen October 15, 2015. Marib... 
Marib, Yemen 
Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen 
A Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen October 15, 2015. Marib is a city that is heavily armed even by the standards of Yemen, where the ready availability of weapons helped start civil war and is now preventing anyone coming out on top. Yemenis often say there are three guns for every person, a boast that has become an urgent concern in a country where the United Nations says the humanitarian situation is "critical". Picture taken October 15, 2015. REUTERS/Angus McDowall 
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RTS1L0H 
September 17, 2015 
Tribesmen loyal to Yemen's government gather outside a locan government headquarters in Marib city, the... 
Marib, Yemen 
Tribesmen loyal to Yemen's government gather outside a locan government headquarters in Marib city, the... 
Tribesmen loyal to Yemen's government gather outside a locan government headquarters in Marib city, the provincial capital of the central Yemeni province of Marib September 17, 2015. Armed with high-tech Western weaponry, Gulf Arab soldiers are fighting with newfound determination against what they see as the expanding influence of Iran, their non-Arab and Shi'ite Muslim arch-foe, in a war that has ravaged Yemen for six months. The oil-producing province of Marib has become a key battlefield between Iranian-allied Houthi militia and a coalition of Yemenis and Emirati, Saudi and Bahraini troops. Marib forms a gateway to the Yemeni capital Sanaa 120 km (75 miles) to the west, which the Houthis seized last year. REUTERS/Noah Browning 
SWAZILAND-ROYALS-REED-DANCE
RTX1QBG9 
August 30, 2015 
A man and a boy walk past kraal reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual Reed Dance in Swaziland,... 
LUDZIDZINI, Swaziland 
A man and a boy walk past kraal reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual Reed Dance in Swaziland... 
A man and a boy walk past kraal reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual Reed Dance in Swaziland, August 30, 2015. During the eight day ceremony, virgin girls cut reeds and present them to the queen mother. The Reed Dance also allows Swaziland's King Mswati III to choose a wife if he wishes. Mswati currently has 15 wives. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
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RTX1QBCF 
August 30, 2015 
Regiments keep an eye as maidens arrive to deliver reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual... 
LUDZIDZINI, Swaziland 
Regiments keep an eye as maidens arrive to deliver reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual... 
Regiments keep an eye as maidens arrive to deliver reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual Reed Dance in Swaziland, August 30, 2015. During the eight day ceremony, virgin girls cut reeds and present them to the queen mother. The Reed Dance also allows Swaziland's King Mswati III to choose a wife if he wishes. Mswati currently has 15 wives. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
SWAZILAND-ROYALS-REED-DANCE
RTX1QBCB 
August 30, 2015 
King Mswati III (C) arrives with his regiments after maidens delivered reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace... 
LUDZIDZINI, Swaziland 
King Mswati III arrives with his regiments after maidens delivered reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during... 
King Mswati III (C) arrives with his regiments after maidens delivered reeds at Ludzidzini royal palace during the annual Reed Dance in Swaziland, August 30, 2015. During the eight day ceremony, virgin girls cut reeds and present them to the queen mother. The Reed Dance also allows Swaziland's King Mswati III to choose a wife if he wishes. Mswati currently has 15 wives. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUW 
August 19, 2015 
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small,... 
Maralal, Kenya 
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal 
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 17 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES 
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RTX1OQUA 
August 19, 2015 
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya,... 
Maralal, Kenya 
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal 
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 03 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES 
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RTX1OQU6 
August 19, 2015 
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid... 
Maralal, Kenya 
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal 
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 04 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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RTX1HE64 
June 20, 2015 
A Turkana student perfoms a traditional dance at the Kakuma refugee camp in Turkana District, northwest... 
Kakuma, Kenya 
A Turkana student perfoms a traditional dance at the Kakuma refugee camp in Turkana District, northwest... 
A Turkana student perfoms a traditional dance at the Kakuma refugee camp in Turkana District, northwest of Kenya's capital Nairobi, June 20, 2015. June 20 is World Refugee Day, an occasion that draws attention to those who have been displaced around the globe. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-CRICKET/
RTX1GGZJ 
June 14, 2015 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors (L-R) Sambu Sintario, Feancis Ole Mishami, Sonyanga Ole Ngais... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors pose for a photohraph with the last surviving male northern white... 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors (L-R) Sambu Sintario, Feancis Ole Mishami, Sonyanga Ole Ngais and Jonathan Ole Mishami pose for a photohraph with the last surviving male northern white rhino named 'Sudan' after playing against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya


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April 15, 2015 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups take part in a protest during a National Indigenous... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups take part in a protest during a National Indigenous... 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups take part in a protest during a National Indigenous Mobilization in front of Planalto Palace in Brasilia April 15, 2015. Organizers of the mobilization aim to discuss issues of land demarcation and indigenous rights with authorities. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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April 14, 2015 
Raoni Metuktire, a leader of the Brazilian indigenous ethnic Kayapo people, reacts at a news conference... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Metuktire, a leader of the Brazilian indigenous ethnic Kayapo people, reacts at a news conference before... 
Raoni Metuktire, a leader of the Brazilian indigenous ethnic Kayapo people, reacts at a news conference before a protest during the National Indigenous Mobilization at the Esplanade of Ministries in Brasilia April 14, 2015. Organizers of the mobilization aim to discuss issues of land demarcation and indigenous rights with authorities. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
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April 14, 2015 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National... 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National Indigenous Mobilization at the Esplanade of Ministries in Brasilia April 14, 2015. Organizers of the mobilization aim to discuss issues of land demarcation and indigenous rights with authorities. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-INDIANS/
RTR4XCMZ 
April 14, 2015 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National... 
Brazilian Indians from various indigenous ethnic groups dance and sing in the rain during a National Indigenous Mobilization at the Esplanade of Ministries in Brasilia April 14, 2015. Organizers of the mobilization aim to discuss issues of land demarcation and indigenous rights with authorities. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
IVORYCOAST-POLITICS/
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March 23, 2015 
A tribal chief holds a poster, which has a portrait of incumbent president Alassane Ouattara on it, during... 
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire 
A tribal chief holds a poster, which has a portrait of incumbent president Alassane Ouattara on it, during... 
A tribal chief holds a poster, which has a portrait of incumbent president Alassane Ouattara on it, during the congress of the Rally of the Republicans (RDR) at the Treichville sports complex in downtown Abidjan, March 22, 2015. RDR, Ivory Coast's ruling party, on Sunday chose Ouattara as expected to be its candidate for this year's presidential election. Poster reads "let us mobilize aroud ADO for an Ivory Coast win." REUTERS/Luc Gnago 
USA-ODDLY/
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March 20, 2015 
Wechpa Rowland, dressed in a buffalo costume, waits for the Grand Entry at the Denver March Powwow in... 
Denver, UINTED STATES 
Wechpa Rowland, dressed in a buffalo costume, waits for the Grand Entry at the Denver March Powwow in... 
Wechpa Rowland, dressed in a buffalo costume, waits for the Grand Entry at the Denver March Powwow in Denver March 20, 2015. The annual event attracts almost 100 Native American tribes with over 1,000 Indian dancers. REUTERS/Rick Wilking TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
SUDAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 04, 2015 
Tribal women wearing traditional clothing stand next to decorated camels during a re-election campaign... 
El-Ginana, Sudan 
Tribal women stand next to camels during a re-election campaign rally by Sudanese President and NCP candidate... 
Tribal women wearing traditional clothing stand next to decorated camels during a re-election campaign rally by Sudanese President and National Congress Party (NCP) candidate Omar Hassan al-Bashir in El-Ginana, West Darfur March 4, 2015. Bashir said he will step aside in 2020 if he is elected for one more term in April elections. REUTERS/ Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
INDIA-ODDLY/
RTR4OOJP 
February 08, 2015 
A bride covers her face as she waits to take her wedding vow at a mass marriage ceremony at Bahirkhand... 
BAHIRKHAND, India 
A bride covers her face as she waits to take her wedding vow at a mass marriage ceremony at Bahirkhand... 
A bride covers her face as she waits to take her wedding vow at a mass marriage ceremony at Bahirkhand village, north of Kolkata February 8, 2015. A total of 108 tribal Muslim and Hindu couples from various villages across the state took their wedding vows on Sunday during the day-long mass marriage ceremony organised by a social organisation, the organisers said. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HW6L 
December 13, 2014 
Maasai morans sing traditional songs and jump before the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife... 
Kajiado, Kenya 
Maasai morans sing traditional songs and jump before the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife... 
Maasai morans sing traditional songs and jump before the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT ATHLETICS) 
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