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SPAIN-LGBT/
RTS2BOFQ
January 22, 2019
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 17, waits to get in the water with members of the LGBT...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Gabriel's journey: a transgender Spaniard makes the change
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 17, waits to get in the water with members of the LGBT swimming club Halegatos in Madrid, Spain, February 8, 2016. "I couldn't wait to go through chest surgery. I was so tired of having to use a neoprene suit every single time I went to the pool or the beach. I was so uncomfortable with my breasts, they did not feel like a part of my body," Diaz de Tudanca said. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "VERA GABRIEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
SPAIN-LGBT/
RTS2BOF1
January 22, 2019
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 18, waits to be taken to the operating room to have his...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Gabriel's journey: a transgender Spaniard makes the change
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 18, waits to be taken to the operating room to have his female to male chest reconstruction surgery in Madrid, Spain, October 26, 2016. "We have to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria in order to get medical treatment. My breasts always made me feel very uncomfortable, I couldnÕt wait to get them removed, but I've always disliked the term gender dysphoria because I don't feel like I have a mental disorder," Diaz de Tudanca said. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "VERA GABRIEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL-PICTURES
RTX3B0ZZ
July 11, 2017
Iraqi Federal police celebrate in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq, July 8, 2017. Ahmed Saad: "This is the...
Mosul, Iraq
A Picture and its Story: The battle for Mosul: urban warfare and civilian exodus
Iraqi Federal police celebrate in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq, July 8, 2017. Ahmed Saad: "This is the first moment of Iraqi soldiers expressing their joy and relief at the end of a brutal, nearly nine-month-long battle in which they lost many of their comrades. I went to see the celebrations when we heard that combat operations had virtually ended and the announcement of final victory in Mosul was about to be made. The soldiers were shooting in the air. Photographers were worried about being hit by falling bullets so stayed in our body armour. But I was happy that we were about to rid this part of the country of Islamic State and citizens could finally return to their homes. Wearing bullet-proof vests and helmets in the searing mid-summer Iraqi heat is physically difficult but it's important to keep safety in mind. It's also difficult to communicate with the commanders to know what's happening. And the travel across rough, rocky desert to reach frontlines is also uncomfortable and there is a lot of waiting. The internet is also bad so it is frequently a struggle to file our pictures to the world in real time. All the same, I enjoy photographing military clashes because the pictures are powerful and expressive." REUTERS/Ahmed Saad/File photo SEARCH "MOSUL PICTURES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Kurd-Shi'ite clashes in Iraq
21 PICTURES
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/LEVY
RTX1ULQS
November 03, 2015
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development in Brasilia, Brazil, November 3, 2015. When he became finance minister 10 months ago, Joaquim Levy was an uncomfortable fit in Brazil's left-leaning government - an orthodox, University of Chicago-trained economist, a fiscal hawk with an affinity for cutting spending. Dogged by speculation over his departure amid vocal opposition from the ruling Workers' Party, Levy and his boss President Dilma Rousseff have told officials and lawmakers he is staying to see an unpopular fiscal austerity plan get through Congress, according to sources in the government and party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/LEVY
RTX1ULQQ
November 03, 2015
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development in Brasilia, Brazil, November 3, 2015. When he became finance minister 10 months ago, Joaquim Levy was an uncomfortable fit in Brazil's left-leaning government - an orthodox, University of Chicago-trained economist, a fiscal hawk with an affinity for cutting spending. Dogged by speculation over his departure amid vocal opposition from the ruling Workers' Party, Levy and his boss President Dilma Rousseff have told officials and lawmakers he is staying to see an unpopular fiscal austerity plan get through Congress, according to sources in the government and party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/LEVY
RTX1ULQP
November 03, 2015
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development...
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy participates in an international seminar on governance and development in Brasilia, Brazil, November 3, 2015. When he became finance minister 10 months ago, Joaquim Levy was an uncomfortable fit in Brazil's left-leaning government - an orthodox, University of Chicago-trained economist, a fiscal hawk with an affinity for cutting spending. Dogged by speculation over his departure amid vocal opposition from the ruling Workers' Party, Levy and his boss President Dilma Rousseff have told officials and lawmakers he is staying to see an unpopular fiscal austerity plan get through Congress, according to sources in the government and party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/LEVY
RTX1ULNV
November 03, 2015
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy speaks during an international seminar on governance and development...
Brasilia, Brazil
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy speaks during an international seminar on governance and development...
Brazil's Finance Minister Joaquim Levy speaks during an international seminar on governance and development in Brasilia, Brazil, November 3, 2015. When he became finance minister 10 months ago, Joaquim Levy was an uncomfortable fit in Brazil's left-leaning government - an orthodox, University of Chicago-trained economist, a fiscal hawk with an affinity for cutting spending. Dogged by speculation over his departure amid vocal opposition from the ruling Workers' Party, Levy and his boss President Dilma Rousseff have told officials and lawmakers he is staying to see an unpopular fiscal austerity plan get through Congress, according to sources in the government and party. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
AUSTRALIA-RACISM/SPORT
RTX1MD80
July 30, 2015
Aboriginal activist and Australian Rules Football legend Adam Goodes appearing at a promotional event...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal activist and Australian Rules Football legend Goodes appearing at a promotional event in Sydney...
Aboriginal activist and Australian Rules Football legend Adam Goodes appearing at a promotional event in Sydney, Australia, April 24, 2015. The relentless booing by fans of aboriginal activist and Australian Rules Football legend Adam Goodes has ignited an uncomfortable debate about race in Australia. Picture taken April 24, 2015. To match story AUSTRALIA-RACISM/SPORT REUTERS/Jason Reed
Politics
Politics
That Awkward Moment - 14 May 2015
19 PICTURES
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S33Q
March 04, 2015
A girl holds flowers that were painted black during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference...
Nicosia, Cyprus
A girl holds flowers that were painted black during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference...
A girl holds flowers that were painted black during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S33C
March 04, 2015
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S334
March 04, 2015
People shout slogans during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People shout slogans during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European...
People shout slogans during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S32E
March 04, 2015
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S31Z
March 04, 2015
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S31X
March 04, 2015
People carry a mock coffin during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People carry a mock coffin during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the...
People carry a mock coffin during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S31T
March 04, 2015
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
Nicosia, Cyprus
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central...
People take part in an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-GREECE/ECB
RTR4S30Z
March 04, 2015
A woman holds a Greek and a Cypriot flag during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference...
Nicosia, Cyprus
A woman holds a Greek and a Cypriot flag during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference...
A woman holds a Greek and a Cypriot flag during an anti-austerity demonstration outside a conference hall holding the European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council meeting in Nicosia March 4, 2015. European Central Bank policymakers decamp to Cyprus on Wednesday wrestling with the uncomfortable fact that they may hold the keys to Greece's continued membership of the euro. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou (CYPRUS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
News
News
March to Honour Nemtsov - 02 Mar 2015
20 PICTURES
UKRAINE-CRISIS/OBAMA
RTR4OVC8
February 09, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the crisis in Ukraine...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Obama meets German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the White House in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the crisis in Ukraine at the White House in Washington February 9, 2015. The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France agreed to meet in Belarus on Wednesday to try to broker a peace deal for Ukraine amid escalating violence there and signs of cracks in the transatlantic consensus on confronting Vladimir Putin.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-POLITICS/
RTR4HAR1
December 09, 2014
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is congratulated by Hesse's state Premier Volker Bouffier on her re-election...
Cologne, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel is congratulated by Hesse's state Premier Bouffier on her re-election as leader...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is congratulated by Hesse's state Premier Volker Bouffier on her re-election as leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party in Cologne December 9, 2014. The conservative CDU party is holding its 27th party convention from December 8-10. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-SECRETS/
RTR4H9P0
December 09, 2014
A protester pointing at Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office demonstrates against a state-secrets...
Tokyo, Japan
A protester pointing at Japan PM Abe's office demonstrates against state-secrets law as he shouts slogans...
A protester pointing at Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office demonstrates against a state-secrets law as he shouts slogans near a banner of the SASPL (Students Against the Secret Protection Law) during a rally in Tokyo December 9, 2014. A strict new Japanese state-secrets law took effect on Wednesday amid fears it will help conceal government misdeeds and limit press freedom in what critics say is an uncomfortable echo of Japan's harsh regime before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
JAPAN-SECRETS/
RTR4H9OC
December 09, 2014
A protester holding a placard demonstrates against a state-secrets law during a rally in Tokyo December...
Tokyo, Japan
A protester holding a placard demonstrates against a state-secrets law during a rally in Tokyo
A protester holding a placard demonstrates against a state-secrets law during a rally in Tokyo December 9, 2014. A strict new Japanese state-secrets law took effect on Wednesday amid fears it will help conceal government misdeeds and limit press freedom in what critics say is an uncomfortable echo of Japan's harsh regime before and during World War Two. Placard reads in Japanese "Protest against state secrets law. SASPL (Students Against the Secret Protection Law) ". REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCJX
October 31, 2014
A combination of file photos show Luiza Dos Reis (L), 67, posing for a portrait next to containers and...
Itu, Brazil
Combination photo shows Dos Reis posing for a portrait next to containers and bottles with water reserve...
A combination of file photos show Luiza Dos Reis (L), 67, posing for a portrait next to containers and bottles with water reserve inside her home after filling it through a water pipe in Itu October 27, 2014 and Natalino Pereira (R), 12, posing for a portrait on the cracked ground of the Itaim dam after bathing in it, in Itu October 28, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/Files (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCJH
October 31, 2014
Natalino Pereira (L), 12, and Orlando Fernandez, 15, joke next to the cracked ground of the Itaim dam...
Itu, Brazil
Pereira, and Fernandez joke next to the cracked ground of the Itaim dam as the eight-month rationing...
Natalino Pereira (L), 12, and Orlando Fernandez, 15, joke next to the cracked ground of the Itaim dam as the eight-month rationing of water continues as a result of a record drought, in Itu, October 28, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season.Picture taken October 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCJ7
October 31, 2014
Residents of a region that depend on the Cantareira water system, line up to fill water buckets from...
Itu, Brazil
Residents line up to fill water buckets from a public tap at night as the eight-month rationing of water...
Residents of a region that depend on the Cantareira water system, line up to fill water buckets from a public tap at night as the eight-month rationing of water continues as a result of a record drought, in Itu, October 28, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. Picture taken October 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCIN
October 31, 2014
A resident of the region of Sao Paulo state that depends on the Cantareira water system, pushes a cart...
Itu, Brazil
Resident pushes a cart with containers to fill from a water tank as the eight-month rationing of water...
A resident of the region of Sao Paulo state that depends on the Cantareira water system, pushes a cart with containers to fill from a water tank as the eight-month rationing of water continues as a result of a record drought, in Itu, October 28, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. Picture taken October 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCIH
October 31, 2014
A resident of the region of Sao Paulo state that depends on the Cantareira water system, blocks a road...
Itu, Brazil
Resident of the region of Sao Paulo state, blocks a road during a protest for the eight-month rationing...
A resident of the region of Sao Paulo state that depends on the Cantareira water system, blocks a road during a protest for the eight-month rationing of water continues as a result of a record drought, in Itu, October 27, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. The sign reads, "The city of Itu asks for help". Picture taken October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCI0
October 31, 2014
A vendor rides on his motorcycle carrying water bottles, which he supplies to houses as eight-month rationing...
Itu, Brazil
Vendor rides on his motorcycle carrying water bottles, which he supplies to houses as eight-month rationing...
A vendor rides on his motorcycle carrying water bottles, which he supplies to houses as eight-month rationing of water continues as a result of a record drought, in Itu, October 27, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. Picture taken October 27, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCH5
October 31, 2014
A man tries walks between two trunks towards the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due...
NAZARE PAULISTA, Brazil
Man tries walks between two trunks towards the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due...
A man tries walks between two trunks towards the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due to a prolonged drought in Nazare Paulista, Sao Paulo state, October 17, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. Picture taken October 17, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTR4CCGA
October 31, 2014
A horse grazes next to the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due to a prolonged drought...
NAZARE PAULISTA, Brazil
Horse grazes next to the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due to a prolonged drought...
A horse grazes next to the cracked ground of the Atibainha dam as it dries up due to a prolonged drought in Nazare Paulista, Sao Paulo state, October 17, 2014. After a grueling election campaign in which officials faced fierce criticism for downplaying the effects of a year-long drought, Brazil's most populous state is finally coming to terms with an uncomfortable reality: it is running out of water. Sao Paulo state accounts for a third of Brazil's economy and 40 percent of its industrial production, and the water crisis is already crimping factory and farm output as well as the service sector in a stagnant economy. Hit by Brazil's worst drought in 80 years, the two main reservoirs serving metropolitan Sao Paulo, South America's largest city, could dry out by February if relief does not arrive in the upcoming rainy season. Picture taken October 17, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-WARGAMES/
RTR43BX3
August 22, 2014
Factory landlord Lawrence Taylor poses in the factory he rents to Enfield Speciality Doors in Enfield,...
EDENBRIDGE, United Kingdom
Factory landlord Taylor poses in the factory he rents to Enfield Speciality Doors in Enfield in north...
Factory landlord Lawrence Taylor poses in the factory he rents to Enfield Speciality Doors in Enfield, north London, August 12, 2014. Lawrence has always had an interest in military history and specifically "The Rifles" - his veteran father's WWII regiment. When he became a re-enactor he chose not to re-enact WWII as many of the veterans are still alive, and he felt uncomfortable as he remembers his father would have flashbacks and nightmares about the war. United by a fascination with military history and a fondness for dressing up, groups such as the Rifles Living History Society and the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Living History Group get together to recreate aspects of life during the First World War. Reuters photographer Luke MacGregor photographed members of the groups, both as they took part in living history events and at their day jobs. Picture taken August 12, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY CONFLICT)

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BRITAIN-WARGAMES/
RTR43BWY
August 22, 2014
Factory landlord Lawrence Taylor (L), portraying a Colour Sergeant from the King's Royal Rifle Corps,...
EDENBRIDGE, United Kingdom
Factory landlord Taylor performs a drill with Young as they recreate the life of a First World War soldier...
Factory landlord Lawrence Taylor (L), portraying a Colour Sergeant from the King's Royal Rifle Corps, part of the Rifles Living History Society, performs a drill with Connor Young (R) of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Living History Group as they recreate the life of a First World War soldier at the Eden Valley Museum in Edenbridge in southeast England May 10, 2014. Lawrence has always had an interest in military history and specifically "The Rifles" - his veteran father's WWII regiment. When he became a re-enactor he chose not to re-enact WWII as many of the veterans are still alive, and he felt uncomfortable as he remembers his father would have flashbacks and nightmares about the war. United by a fascination with military history and a fondness for dressing up, groups such as the Rifles Living History Society and the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Living History Group get together to recreate aspects of life during the First World War. Reuters photographer Luke MacGregor photographed members of the groups, both as they took part in living history events and at their day jobs. Picture taken May 10, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY CONFLICT)

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AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR3YFS8
July 13, 2014
Australian Politician Clive Palmer is pictured during a dinner hosted for Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Politician Clive Palmer is pictured during a dinner hosted for Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo...
Australian Politician Clive Palmer is pictured during a dinner hosted for Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Parliament House in Canberra, July 8, 2014. It took mining magnate Clive Palmer only three days to show Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott just how uncomfortable life can be in a parliament in which he holds the balance of power.
The neophyte Palmer United Party (PUP), set up by the eccentric billionaire little more than a year ago, on July 10 blocked the repeal of Australia's controversial carbon tax just hours after Abbott publicly said it would pass that day. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
USA-WEATHER
RTX189GB
February 05, 2014
Icicles drip off a bicycle seat in Central Park in the rain in New York February 5, 2014. The latest...
New York, UNITED STATES
Icicles drip off a bicycle seat in Central Park in the rain in New York
Icicles drip off a bicycle seat in Central Park in the rain in New York February 5, 2014. The latest in a series of winter storms hit the United States on Wednesday, threatening to drop up to a foot of snow in central New England, snarling travel and eating into supplies of salt needed to keep roads clear. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
USA
RTX17O70
January 21, 2014
Ice is seen formed on a car window as sleet falls in the Staten Island borough of New York January 21,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Ice is seen formed on a car window as sleet falls in the Staten Island borough of New York
Ice is seen formed on a car window as sleet falls in the Staten Island borough of New York January 21, 2014. A snow storm is expected to bring foul weather to the North Eastern United States. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA-WEATHER/
RTX174FU
January 06, 2014
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago,...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago
A woman covers her face to protect herself from the frigid cold temperatures though downtown Chicago, Illinois, January 6, 2014. A blast of Arctic air gripped the mid-section of the United States on Monday, bringing the coldest temperatures in two decades. Meteorologists said temperatures were dangerously cold and life-threatening in some places, with 0 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 18 Celsius) recorded in Chicago, St. Louis and Indianapolis. The chill was set to bear down on eastern and southern states as the day wore on. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN/
RTX16525
December 05, 2013
Police officers remove a demonstrator from the street outside Madrid's High Court as a former police...
Madrid, Spain
Police officers remove a demonstrator from the street outside Madrid's High Court
Police officers remove a demonstrator from the street outside Madrid's High Court as a former police inspector during General Francisco Franco's regime appears before a judge on proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of two former members of Franco's security forces on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. The banner he carries reads "Torturers. Extradition!!". REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX16520
December 05, 2013
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (with sunglasses), a former police inspector during General Francisco Franco's...
Madrid, Spain
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, a former police inspector during Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High...
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (with sunglasses), a former police inspector during General Francisco Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on preliminary proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Gonzalez Pacheco on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX1651W
December 05, 2013
Spanish judge Pablo Ruz arrives at Madrid's High Court December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish judge Ruz arrives at Madrid's High Court
Spanish judge Pablo Ruz arrives at Madrid's High Court December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked Ruz for the arrest and extradition of two former members of Franco's security forces on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX1651U
December 05, 2013
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High...
Madrid, Spain
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, former police inspector during Franco regime, leaves MadridÕs High Court...
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on preliminary proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Gonzalez Pacheco on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX1651C
December 05, 2013
Jesus Munecas Aguilar (C), a former Spanish Civil Guard during Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High...
Madrid, Spain
Aguilar leaves Madrid's High Court
Jesus Munecas Aguilar (C), a former Spanish Civil Guard during Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on proceedings for extradition to Argentina, December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Aguilar on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX16517
December 05, 2013
Jesus Munecas Aguilar (C), a former Spanish Civil Guard during Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High...
Madrid, Spain
Aguilar leaves Madrid's High Court
Jesus Munecas Aguilar (C), a former Spanish Civil Guard during Franco's regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on proceedings for extradition to Argentina, December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Aguilar on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX164QS
December 05, 2013
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High...
Madrid, Spain
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, former police inspector during Franco regime, leaves MadridÕs High Court...
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco, a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on preliminary proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Gonzalez Pacheco on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX164QP
December 05, 2013
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (in glasses), a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves...
Madrid, Spain
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco a former police inspector during Franco regime, leaves High Court after...
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (in glasses), a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on preliminary proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Gonzalez Pacheco on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTX164QM
December 05, 2013
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (in glasses), a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves...
Madrid, Spain
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (in glasses), a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves...
Juan Antonio Gonzalez Pacheco (in glasses), a former police inspector during the Franco regime, leaves Madrid's High Court after appearing before judge Pablo Ruz on preliminary proceedings for extradition to Argentina December 5, 2013. Argentine Judge Maria Servini has asked for the arrest and extradition of Gonzalez Pacheco on allegations of torture committed during the regime of late Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1525D
November 06, 2013
A real estate agent (R) holds a board advertising an apartment for sale, along a street in Beijing October...
Beijing, China
A real estate agent holds a board advertising an apartment for sale, in Beijing
A real estate agent (R) holds a board advertising an apartment for sale, along a street in Beijing October 23, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken October 23, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1525C
November 06, 2013
A real estate agent (L) introduces apartment information on a board to a woman along a street in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A real estate agent introduces apartment information on a board to a woman along a street in Beijing
A real estate agent (L) introduces apartment information on a board to a woman along a street in Beijing October 23, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken October 23, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX15259
November 06, 2013
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing November...
Beijing, China
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing November 4, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken November 4, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX15256
November 06, 2013
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing November...
Beijing, China
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing
A Chinese national flag flutters at a construction site for a new residence complex in Beijing November 4, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken November 4, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1524Z
November 06, 2013
A visitor takes pictures of a model of Beijing's downtown at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall, a...
Beijing, China
A visitor takes pictures of a model of Beijing's downtown at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall
A visitor takes pictures of a model of Beijing's downtown at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall, a museum showcasing the achievement of Beijing urban planning construction, in Beijing November 5, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken November 5, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1524U
November 06, 2013
A visitor looks at a model of Beijing's downtowns at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall, a museum showcasing...
Beijing, China
A visitor looks at a model of Beijing's downtowns at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall
A visitor looks at a model of Beijing's downtowns at the Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall, a museum showcasing the achievement of Beijing urban planning construction, in Beijing November 5, 2013. In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. Homes in cities such as Beijing are more expensive by some measures than Britain or Japan, a dismal outcome for a central government campaign aimed at making homes more affordable to Chinese. House prices in September rose nationwide at their fastest pace in three years. Picture taken November 5, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTX1521V
November 06, 2013
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan, Xinjiang province October...
Turpan, China
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan
A labourer works in a construction site at a new residential area in Turpan, Xinjiang province October 31, 2013.
In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success of taming the market. State income is so entwined in the need for rising land prices that policy efforts to try to curb the house market create an inherent conflict of interest. With one hand on a patchwork of controls aimed at taming record house prices, governments with their other hand are at the same time selling land to developers at rising prices. Picture take on October 31, 2013. To match story CHINA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
BRITAIN
RTX14L7X
October 23, 2013
A model shows off her spray tan during a demonstration at Liverpool Fashion Week in northern England...
Liverpool, United Kingdom
A model shows off her spray tan during a demonstration at Liverpool Fashion Week in northern England
A model shows off her spray tan during a demonstration at Liverpool Fashion Week in northern England October 15, 2013. This year organisers of Liverpool Fashion Week are requiring models to sign a pledge not to use sunbeds during or after the shows in an effort to help reduce the risk of skin cancer. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: FASHION SOCIETY)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX1415E
September 26, 2013
Pictures of people who were executed or went missing are seen on the ground during a protest to demand...
Madrid, Spain
Pictures of people who were executed or went missing are seen on the ground during a protest in Madrid...
Pictures of people who were executed or went missing are seen on the ground during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September 26, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX14158
September 26, 2013
Demonstrators hold banners of missing and dead people and Spanish Republican flags during a protest to...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid
Demonstrators hold banners of missing and dead people and Spanish Republican flags during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September 26, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. The banner reads "Never again".REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX14156
September 26, 2013
Rosa Moreno (C) raises her fist as she holds a picture of her father and uncle, who were both executed,...
Madrid, Spain
Rosa Moreno during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid
Rosa Moreno (C) raises her fist as she holds a picture of her father and uncle, who were both executed, during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September 26, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX1414Y
September 26, 2013
Demonstrators take part in a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators take part in a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid
Demonstrators take part in a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September 26, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. The banner reads, "Truth, justice and reparation". REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX14142
September 26, 2013
People shout slogans as they hold banners of missing and dead relatives and Spanish Republican flags...
Madrid, Spain
People shout during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid
People shout slogans as they hold banners of missing and dead relatives and Spanish Republican flags during a protest to demand justice for victims of Franco-era crimes in Madrid September 26, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SPAIN-FRANCO/
RTX140VV
September 26, 2013
Ascension Mendieta Ibarra holds a placard with a picture of her mother standing next to her father, who...
Madrid, Spain
Ibarra holds placard with picture of her mother standing next to her father, who was shot in 1939, in...
Ascension Mendieta Ibarra holds a placard with a picture of her mother standing next to her father, who was shot in 1939, in front of the former National Security headquarters at Madrid's Puerta del Sol square September 25, 2013. Hundreds of Spaniards have turned to an Argentine court to seek justice for crimes committed during the 36-year dictatorship of General Francisco Franco in a case that threatens to dredge up Spain's uncomfortable past. Argentina is turning the tables on Spain by using an international human rights law that Spain itself used in 2005 to prosecute a member of Argentina's former military dictatorship in Spanish courts for crimes against humanity. Picture taken September 25, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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