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JAPAN-ART/CARDBOARD
RTXGFX5L 
August 30, 2021 
29-year-old artist Monami Ohno uses tweezers to glue cardboard "scales" onto a sculpture of Godzilla,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Tokyo-based artist Monami Ohno works on her cardboard sculptures 
29-year-old artist Monami Ohno uses tweezers to glue cardboard "scales" onto a sculpture of Godzilla, in Tokyo, Japan August 25, 2021. Picture taken August 25, 2021. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell 
SINGAPORE-PLANT/TECHNOLOGY
RTXC7TZJ 
May 02, 2021 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse in Singapore May 2, 2021. Picture taken May 2, 2021. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell 
SINGAPORE-PLANT/TECHNOLOGY
RTXC7TYG 
May 02, 2021 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse in Singapore May 2, 2021. Picture taken May 2, 2021. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell 
SINGAPORE-PLANT/TECHNOLOGY
RTXC7TVV 
May 02, 2021 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse... 
Founder of SG Venus Flytrap Darren Ng uses tweezers to feed a dead fly to a Venus flytrap at a greenhouse in Singapore May 2, 2021. Picture taken May 2, 2021. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell 
EARTH-DAY/AUSTRALIA-MICROPLASTICS
RTXBNQ5L 
April 21, 2021 
Citizen scientists use tweezers to remove microplastics from a sample to a separate container at Manly... 
Kiama, Australia 
Citizen scientists use tweezers to remove microplastics from a sample to a separate container at Manly... 
Citizen scientists use tweezers to remove microplastics from a sample to a separate container at Manly Cove Beach in Sydney, Australia, April 17, 2021. Picture taken April 17, 2021. REUTERS/James Redmayne 
EARTH-DAY/AUSTRALIA-MICROPLASTICS
RTXBNPQX 
April 21, 2021 
Australian Microplastic Assessment Project Research Director Dr Scott Wilson uses tweezers to find microplastics,... 
Sydney, Australia 
Australian Microplastic Assessment Project Research Director Dr Scott Wilson uses tweezers to find microplastics... 
Australian Microplastic Assessment Project Research Director Dr Scott Wilson uses tweezers to find microplastics, under a microscope at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, April 15, 2021. Picture taken April 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jill Gralow 
MADAGASCAR-CAVIAR/
RTX747QJ 
September 23, 2019 
An employee uses tweezers to sort through caviar on the processing line at the Acipenser fish farm in... 
AMBATOLAONA, Madagascar 
An employee uses tweezers to sort through caviar on the processing line at the Acipenser fish farm in... 
An employee uses tweezers to sort through caviar on the processing line at the Acipenser fish farm in Ambatolaona, Madagascar, September 10, 2019. Picture taken September 10, 2019. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6PGGB 
March 03, 2019 
A man uses a pair of tweezers to remove hair from his beard in his shop in Sinagar March 3, 2019. REUTERS/Danish... 
Srinagar, India 
A man uses a pair of tweezers to remove hair from his beard in his shop in Sinagar 
A man uses a pair of tweezers to remove hair from his beard in his shop in Sinagar March 3, 2019. REUTERS/Danish Ismail 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TH3 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TGS 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses with his... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses with his... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses with his wife Aline in their home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TGL 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TGB 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TG9 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23TFY 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SYD 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SY9 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SY0 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SXZ 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SXW 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SXP 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Physics Nobel Prize for inventing "optical tweezers", poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SNS 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
NOBEL-PRIZE/PHYSICS
RTS23SLT 
October 02, 2018 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his... 
Rumson, UNITED STATES 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his... 
Arthur Ashkin, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for inventing "optical tweezers" poses in his home in Rumson, New Jersey, U.S., October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid 
RELIGION-EASTER/BOSNIA
RTX35J9G 
April 14, 2017 
Stjepan Biletic calks a decorated egg with small horseshoes in his workshop in Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina,... 
KRESEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Stjepan Biletic calks a decorated egg with small horseshoes in his workshop in Kresevo 
Stjepan Biletic calks a decorated egg with small horseshoes in his workshop in Kresevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, April 13, 2017. Picture is taken April 13. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
COSTARICA-CUBA/
RTS7M6F 
November 17, 2015 
A Cuban migrant removes hair from her face at a temporary shelter in a school in the town of La Cruz,... 
LA CRUZ, Costa Rica 
Cuban migrant removes hair from her face at a temporary shelter in a school in the town of La Cruz 
A Cuban migrant removes hair from her face at a temporary shelter in a school in the town of La Cruz, Costa Rica, near the border with Nicaragua, November 17, 2015. More than a thousand Cuban migrants hoping to make it to the United States were stranded in the border town of Penas Blancas, Costa Rica, on Monday after Nicaragua closed its border on November 15, 2015 stoking diplomatic tensions over a growing wave of migrants making the journey north from the Caribbean island. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate 
USA-ART/
RTX1BGF4 
May 04, 2015 
Artist Jim Bachor uses tweezers for detailed adjustments to his mosaic art piece "Twin Lime Popsicles"... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Artist Jim Bachor uses tweezers for detailed adjustments to his mosaic art piece "Twin Lime Popsicles"... 
Artist Jim Bachor uses tweezers for detailed adjustments to his mosaic art piece "Twin Lime Popsicles" installed in a street pothole in Chicago, Illinois, May 1, 2015. It took Bachor about 8 hours to create the piece from marble and glass tiles. Picture taken May 1, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young
FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA
RTX19LJL 
April 21, 2015 
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate... 
Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner and chef of Tokyo's French restaurant Narisawa, uses tweezers to decorate a dish called "Five flavors", for an early spring menu which includes Akaza Ebi, or langoustine shrimp, from Suruga Bay in central Japan, accented with "green caviar" of various green peas, along with the petals of rucola flowers and viola, at the kitchen of Narisawa in Tokyo March 26, 2015. Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the owner of Narisawa, serves sake with his dishes because he believes the finest local ingredients go well with the local alcoholic drink. Narisawa, ranked among the top restaurants in the world and considered Tokyo's finest French eatery, serves more than 60 types of sake with the dishes on its menu. Picture taken March 26, 2015. To match World Chefs - FOOD-CHEFS/NARISAWA REUTERS/Yuya Shino? 
SOUTHEAST ASIA-FOOD/NEST
RTR4QVBR 
February 23, 2015 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur, February... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur, February 17, 2015. Prized in China for is alleged health benefits for hundreds of years, nests made from swiftlets' saliva are being mixed into coffee and cereal as the Southeast Asian producers of the delicacy seek to broaden its appeal, and their profit margins. The nests are among the world's most expensive foods, selling for up to $2,500 a kg and the swiftlets that weave them are indigenous to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Picture taken February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD) 
SOUTHEAST ASIA-FOOD/NEST
RTR4QVBN 
February 23, 2015 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur, February... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur 
A worker uses tweezers to remove feathers from a bird's nest at a processing plant in Kuala Lumpur, February 17, 2015. Prized in China for is alleged health benefits for hundreds of years, nests made from swiftlets' saliva are being mixed into coffee and cereal as the Southeast Asian producers of the delicacy seek to broaden its appeal, and their profit margins. The nests are among the world's most expensive foods, selling for up to $2,500 a kg and the swiftlets that weave them are indigenous to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Picture taken February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD) 
SWISS-SCIENCE/MAGAZINE
RTR3MMLD 
April 25, 2014 
Physicist Urs Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than... 
Rueschlikon, Switzerland 
Physicist Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip at a laboratory in Rueschlikon 
Physicist Urs Duerig uses tweezers to hold a silicon tip with a sharp apex, 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil, of a prototype of an IBM NanoFrazor 3D nano printing tool at a laboratory of IBM Research in Rueschlikon, near Zurich April 23, 2014. A laboratory in Switzerland has created the smallest magazine cover in the world, using a tiny chisel to create an image so minute that 2,000 of them could fit on a grain of salt. Scientists carved the 11x14-micrometre image of two pandas that appeared on last month's cover of the National Geographic Kids magazine onto a polymer using technology similar to 3D printing. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
HUNGARY-BEE/
RTR3KF9C 
April 08, 2014 
Bee expert Edit Zajacz holds up a dead bee she had picked out for inspection to determine the cause of... 
GODOLLO, Hungary 
Bee expert Edit Zajacz holds up a dead bee she had picked out for inspection at the Apiarian Research... 
Bee expert Edit Zajacz holds up a dead bee she had picked out for inspection to determine the cause of its death at the Apiarian Research Centre in Godollo, 25 km east of the Hungarian capital Budapest, on June 5, 2013. Picture taken July 5, 2013. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
EU-SERBIA/
RTX17O65 
January 21, 2014 
An employee uses tweezers to hold special edition postage stamps depicting Serbian and EU flags, as Serbia... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
An employee uses tweezers to hold special edition postage stamps depicting Serbian and EU flags in Belgrade... 
An employee uses tweezers to hold special edition postage stamps depicting Serbian and EU flags, as Serbia begins talks in Brussels on joining the European Union, in Belgrade January 21, 2014. The launch of talks follows a sea-change in official Serbian policy towards its former Kosovo province, with an EU-brokered accord in April, under which Belgrade agreed to help end Kosovo's de facto ethnic partition by ceding control over the mainly Serb north. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTX15BSN 
November 13, 2013 
A master glassmaker uses tweezers to create a handmade horse glass at the Royal Crystal Factory in La... 
La Granja De San Ildefonso, Spain 
Master glassmaker uses tweezers to create a handmade horse glass at Royal Crystal Factory in Spain 
A master glassmaker uses tweezers to create a handmade horse glass at the Royal Crystal Factory in La Granja de San Ildefonso, near Madrid, November 12, 2013. Picture taken November 12, 2013. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
HONGKONG-DIAMONDS/
RTX13DTI 
September 09, 2013 
A Rio Tinto pink diamond is displayed along with tweezers and a magnifier in Hong Kong September 6, 2013.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A Rio Tinto pink diamond is displayed along with tweezers and a magnifier in Hong Kong 
A Rio Tinto pink diamond is displayed along with tweezers and a magnifier in Hong Kong September 6, 2013. The Argyle Pink Diamond Tender, showcasing the finest coloured diamonds from Rio Tinto Ltd's mine in northwest Australia, opens its doors to about 100 carefully selected gem enthusiasts in Hong Kong this week. Picture taken September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH) 
HORSEMEAT/
RTR3DY5V 
February 18, 2013 
Employee Irmgard Hess puts in a sample of minced meat in a test tube in the food control laboratory institute... 
Ebersberg, Germany 
Employee Hess puts in sample of minced meat in test tube in food control laboratory institute Eurofins... 
Employee Irmgard Hess puts in a sample of minced meat in a test tube in the food control laboratory institute Eurofins in Ebersberg, eastward of Munich February 18, 2013. The samples of minced meat are tested for the presence of horse meat as a precaution. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS) 
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) 
US-DIAMONDS/
RTR30DQV 
April 05, 2012 
The surfaces of a diamond are visible in a magnifying glass held using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers... 
London, United Kingdom 
Surfaces of diamond are visible in magnifying glass held using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers in the... 
The surfaces of a diamond are visible in a magnifying glass held using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers in the Hatton Garden Jewellery Emporium in London April 2, 2012. A stock market flotation is likely to top the list of options when Rio Tinto reviews the future of its diamond business, as a shortage of heavyweight buyers prompts the miner to turn instead to funds betting on Asia's appetite for luxury. The Anglo-Australian mining giant could add to the allure of an initial public offering by first seeking to merge its diamond operation with another that is on the block from rival BHP Billiton, bankers and analysts said. Picture taken April 2, 2012. To match Story US-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
USA-DIAMONDS/
RTR30DQT 
April 05, 2012 
A jeweller holds a diamond using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers in the Hatton Garden Jewellery Emporium... 
London, United Kingdom 
Jeweller holds diamond using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers in the Hatton Garden Jewellery Emporium in... 
A jeweller holds a diamond using tweezers at Serendip Jewellers in the Hatton Garden Jewellery Emporium in London April 2, 2012. A stock market flotation is likely to top the list of options when Rio Tinto reviews the future of its diamond business, as a shortage of heavyweight buyers prompts the miner to turn instead to funds betting on Asia's appetite for luxury. The Anglo-Australian mining giant could add to the allure of an initial public offering by first seeking to merge its diamond operation with another that is on the block from rival BHP Billiton, bankers and analysts said. Picture taken April 2, 2012. To match Story US-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ISRAEL/
RTXRVHJ 
December 15, 2009 
Israeli diamantaire Avraham Eshed uses a pair of tweezers to hold a diamond at the Israel Diamond Exchange... 
Ramat Gan, Israel 
Israeli diamantaire Avraham Eshed uses a pair of tweezers to hold a diamond at the Israel Diamond Exchange... 
Israeli diamantaire Avraham Eshed uses a pair of tweezers to hold a diamond at the Israel Diamond Exchange in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv December 15, 2009. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS) 
PALESTINIANS/
RTR25GNX 
July 08, 2009 
A hearing impaired Palestinian boy receives treatment with bee venom at a clinic in Gaza City July 8,... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
A hearing impaired Palestinian boy receives treatment with bee venom in Gaza City 
A hearing impaired Palestinian boy receives treatment with bee venom at a clinic in Gaza City July 8, 2009. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA HEALTH) 
PALESTINIANS/
RTR2516Z 
June 25, 2009 
Palestinian women work at a pastry factory in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip June 25, 2009. REUTERS/Ibraheem... 
Khan Younis, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian women work at a pastry factory in Khan Younis 
Palestinian women work at a pastry factory in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip June 25, 2009. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA SOCIETY FOOD) 
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZY 
March 09, 2009 
Diamonds are displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5,... 
Antwerp, Belgium 
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ 
Diamonds are displayed at the certification level of the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZF 
March 09, 2009 
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp... 
Antwerp, Belgium 
To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ 
A worker assesses the quality of a diamond before certification at the World Diamond Centre in Antwerp February 5, 2009. It wouldn't be fitting to mount a barrage of "sale" and "special offer" signs in the windows of jewellers crowded into Antwerp's diamond square mile. But traders, cutters and retailers say business is terrible. Just a handful of diamonds can be worth a fortune, so the diamond industry -- centred since the 16th century on the Belgian port city of Antwerp -- has for years depended on debt. Now plunging demand, falling prices and lender reticence have left it looking uncomfortably overdrawn. To match feature FINANCIAL-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM) 
INDIA-DIAMONDS/
RTXCIZ4 
March 09, 2009 
A diamond businessmen desmonstrates a process at a diamond cutting and polishing factory in Surat in... 
Surat, India 
To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS/ 
A diamond businessmen desmonstrates a process at a diamond cutting and polishing factory in Surat in the western Indian state of Gujarat March 3, 2009. Hundreds of factories shut down in India's diamond hub, as demand for the gems dipped in the United States and Western Europe, leaving more than 100,000 workers without jobs. The woes of Surat reflect a wider downturn for India's export sector, which accounts for a fifth of Asia's third largest economy. Exports have fallen four months in a row and the latest data available shows a slide of 16 percent in January. To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS/ REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA BUSINESS) 
JAPAN-EYELASHES/
RTR22ELB 
December 09, 2008 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo December 4,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo December 4, 2008. From twentysomethings trying to emulate wide-eyed manga heroines to middle-aged housewives seeking an elegant look that lasts, Japanese women are turning to the latest in luscious lashes -- artificial extensions. Photo taken December 4, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
JAPAN-EYELASHES/
RTR22EL8 
December 09, 2008 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo December 4,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo 
A staff member of the Glamour Eye Salon undergoes an eyelash extension treatment in Tokyo December 4, 2008. From twentysomethings trying to emulate wide-eyed manga heroines to middle-aged housewives seeking an elegant look that lasts, Japanese women are turning to the latest in luscious lashes -- artificial extensions. Photo taken December 4, 2008. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
SWISS-DIAMONDS/
RTR21SVQ 
August 29, 2008 
An Algordanza employee shows an example of a diamond next to ashes in Chur August 8, 2008. The small... 
Chur, Switzerland 
To match feature SWISS-DIAMONDS 
An Algordanza employee shows an example of a diamond next to ashes in Chur August 8, 2008. The small company, based in the mountainous southeast Switzerland, uses the ashes of dead people to make diamonds, as a permanent memento for their nearest and dearest. To match feature SWISS-DIAMONDS REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND) 
OLYMPICS/
RTR20LVQ 
August 04, 2008 
A craftsman examines a watch at the official opening of the Omega Pavilion ahead of the Beijing 2008... 
Beijing, China 
A craftsman examines a watch at the official opening of the Omega Pavilion ahead of the Beijing 2008... 
A craftsman examines a watch at the official opening of the Omega Pavilion ahead of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 4, 2008. REUTERS/Claro Cortes Iv (CHINA) 
INDIA DIAMONDS
RTX7UX8 
July 12, 2008 
An employee at a diamond merchant's workshop inspects diamonds while grading them in Mumbai April 30,... 
Mumbai, India 
To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS 
An employee at a diamond merchant's workshop inspects diamonds while grading them in Mumbai April 30, 2008. Mumbai's diamond traders are moving to a new exchange where they hope to rival Belgium's Antwerp as the world's diamond trading capital. To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
INDIA DIAMONDS
RTX7UX6 
July 12, 2008 
An employee at a diamond merchant's workshop inspects diamonds while grading them in Mumbai April 30,... 
Mumbai, India 
To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS 
An employee at a diamond merchant's workshop inspects diamonds while grading them in Mumbai April 30, 2008. Mumbai's diamond traders are moving to a new exchange where they hope to rival Belgium's Antwerp as the world's diamond trading capital. To match feature INDIA-DIAMONDS REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX691N 
May 28, 2008 
A group of Dutch doctors and nurses who are part of the medical staff of the Role 3 Multinational Medical... 
Kandahar, Afghanistan 
A group of Dutch doctors and nurses who are part of the medical staff of the Role 3 Multinational Medical... 
A group of Dutch doctors and nurses who are part of the medical staff of the Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit perform a surgery at the field hospital at the Kandahar Airfield May 25, 2008. Photo taken on May 25, 2008. REUTERS/Peter Andrews (AFGHANISTAN) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1Z1FB 
April 02, 2008 
A watchmaker holds a piece of silicium on which messages and even photographs can be engraved before... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
A watchmaker holds a piece of silicium before inserting it into "Titanic DNA" model in Geneva 
A watchmaker holds a piece of silicium on which messages and even photographs can be engraved before inserting it into the "Titanic DNA" model of Swiss watchmaker Romain Jerome in Geneva March 27, 2008. The "Titanic DNA" integrates an authentic part of the Titanic ocean liner drawn from the ocean floor. Picture taken March 27, 2008. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GM1E73P1IAV01. 
GERMANY/
RTR1WL3I 
February 02, 2008 
Competitors apply makeup backstage before the "Miss Germany 2008" gala in the southern German town of... 
Rust, Germany 
Competitors apply makeup backstage before the "Miss Germany 2008" gala in Rust 
Competitors apply makeup backstage before the "Miss Germany 2008" gala in the southern German town of Rust February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX5GLT 
January 11, 2008 
An employee arranges gold links for making a chain at Exportadores Bolivianos jewellery factory in La... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Employee arranges gold links for making chain at Exportadores Bolivianos jewellery factory in La Paz 
An employee arranges gold links for making a chain at Exportadores Bolivianos jewellery factory in La Paz January 11, 2008. The factory exports nearly all its merchandise to the United States, which has given the Andean country generous trade preferences that are set to expire in February. The factory's owner, Eduardo Bracamonte, says Bolivians will suffer if the U.S. fails to renew the trade preferences, and that some Bolivian companies may move to Chile or Peru if the business climate under leftist President Evo Morales deteriorates. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA) 
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) 
INDONESIA-EYELASHES/
RTX4NWB 
December 12, 2007 
A worker displays fake eyelashes at a factory in Purbalingga, in Indonesia's Central Java province, November... 
PURBALINGGA, Indonesia 
A worker displays fake eyelashes at a factory in Purbalingga 
A worker displays fake eyelashes at a factory in Purbalingga, in Indonesia's Central Java province, November 23, 2007. JLo has fluttered them. Madonna has batted them. Sequined, crystallised, befeathered or just plain, if you've ever stuck on fake eyelashes, chances are they were made in Indonesia. Picture taken on November 23, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA-EYELASHES/
RTX4NW6 
December 12, 2007 
A worker puts fake eyelashes into plastic packaging at a factory in Purbalingga, in Indonesia's Central... 
PURBALINGGA, Indonesia 
Worker puts fake eyelashes into plastic packaging at a factory in Purbalingga 
A worker puts fake eyelashes into plastic packaging at a factory in Purbalingga, in Indonesia's Central Java province, November 23, 2007. JLo has fluttered them. Madonna has batted them. Sequined, crystallised, befeathered or just plain, if you've ever stuck on fake eyelashes, chances are they were made in Indonesia. Picture taken on November 23, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA) 
ARGENTINA/
RTX4FHV 
December 05, 2007 
A veterinarian helps an Andean condor chick hatch after 57 days of incubation at the Buenos Aires Zoo,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Veterinarian helps an Andean condor chick hatch after 57 days of incubation at the Buenos Aires Zoo 
A veterinarian helps an Andean condor chick hatch after 57 days of incubation at the Buenos Aires Zoo, December 5, 2007. The chick, given the name of Pacha Kawaj in the Quechua language, was born from an egg under the care of the Bioandina Argentina Foundation, whose mission is to release the bird into the wild after one year of age. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA) 
CHINA/
RTX4FHB 
December 05, 2007 
Korean plastic surgeon Kim Byung-gun explains the so-called "double eyelid surgery", which adds a crease... 
Shanghai, China 
Plastic surgeon Kim explains the so-called "double eyelid surgery" for Zhang during a consulting session... 
Korean plastic surgeon Kim Byung-gun explains the so-called "double eyelid surgery", which adds a crease to the eyelids to make the eyes appear larger, for Zhang Ding Ling during a consulting session in his clinic in Shanghai November 4, 2007. Zhang received the procedure as a present from her parents for her 23rd birthday. Chinese government officials estimate that $2.4 billion was spent last year on plastic surgery procedures, with 1 million operations taking place. Double eyelid surgery is the most popular cosmetic procedure in China. Picture taken November 4, 2007. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA) 
MALARIA-VACCINE/
RTR1VD8P 
October 26, 2007 
Worker Solomon Conteh picks up a mosquito at Sanaria Inc. facility in Rockville, Maryland, October 26,... 
Rockville, UNITED STATES 
Worker Solomon Conteh picks up a mosquito at Sanaria Inc. facility in Rockville 
Worker Solomon Conteh picks up a mosquito at Sanaria Inc. facility in Rockville, Maryland, October 26, 2007. The insects in the facility are dissected for the motherlode that they carry -- baby malaria parasites, with which founder and chief executive officer Dr. Stephen Hoffman hopes he can do what has been impossible -- make a vaccine against malaria. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES) 
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