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Kyrgyzstan gets first female hockey team
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YUGOSLAVIA-ARCHITECTURE/
RTS2TGQZ
October 30, 2019
Garage doors are seen outside Block 23 in an apartment neighbourhood in New Belgrade, Serbia, July 31,...
Belgrade, Serbia
The Wider Image: Yugoslavia's brutalist relics fascinate the Instagram generation
Garage doors are seen outside Block 23 in an apartment neighbourhood in New Belgrade, Serbia, July 31, 2019. After World War Two socialist Yugoslavia led by Josip Broz Tito set out to reconstruct a land destroyed by fighting. Residential blocks, hotels, civic centres and monuments all made of concrete shot up across the country. REUTERS/Marko Djurica SEARCH "ARCHITECTURE DJURICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-AGRICULTURE/
RTX73TCX
September 20, 2019
An installation of cabbage and baby doll is seen during the annual harvest festival "Dazhynki - 2019"...
KRUPITSA, Belarus
Installation of cabbage and baby doll is seen during the annual harvest festival "Dazhynki - 2019" in...
An installation of cabbage and baby doll is seen during the annual harvest festival "Dazhynki - 2019" in the village of Krupitsa, Belarus September 20, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
KENYA-SECURITY/
RTX6T7UW
April 26, 2019
A skull of a Dassenach warrior who was, according to a Turkana warrior, killed when he tried to ambush...
ILEMI TRIANGLE, Kenya
A skull of a Dassenach warrior who was, according to a Turkana warrior, killed when he tried to ambush...
A skull of a Dassenach warrior who was, according to a Turkana warrior, killed when he tried to ambush Turkana cattle herders is seen in Ilemi Triangle, Kenya March 26, 2019. Picture taken on March 26, 2019. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-EU/
RTX6QZDL
March 13, 2019
A pro-Brexit protester stands outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah...
London, United Kingdom
A pro-Brexit protester stands outside the Houses of Parliament in London
A pro-Brexit protester stands outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah Mckay
CALIFORNIA-WILDFIRES/
RTS25FUY
November 11, 2018
Melted metal from an abandoned car destroyed by the Camp Fire is seen in Paradise, California, U.S. November...
PARADISE, UNITED STATES
Melted metal from an abandoned car destroyed by the Camp Fire is seen in Paradise
Melted metal from an abandoned car destroyed by the Camp Fire is seen in Paradise, California, U.S. November 10, 2018. REUTERS/Stephen Lam TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TRADE-NAFTA/
RTS246ZE
October 05, 2018
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist checks a beetle uncommon to the U.S....
PHARR, UNITED STATES
A CBP Agriculture Specialist checks beetle found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port...
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist checks a beetle uncommon to the U.S. which was found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port of Entry in Pharr, Texas, U.S., October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TRADE-NAFTA/
RTS246QR
October 04, 2018
Jose Franqui, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist, checks a beetle uncommon...
PHARR, UNITED STATES
A CBP Agriculture Specialist checks beetle found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port...
Jose Franqui, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist, checks a beetle uncommon to the U.S. which was found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port of Entry in Pharr, Texas, U.S., October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
TRADE-NAFTA/
RTS246QM
October 04, 2018
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist checks a beetle uncommon to the U.S....
PHARR, UNITED STATES
A CBP Agriculture Specialist checks beetle found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port...
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agriculture Specialist checks a beetle uncommon to the U.S. which was found amid imported produce from Mexico at the Pharr Port of Entry in Pharr, Texas, U.S., October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
SPAIN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX5FQRV
April 03, 2018
A man sits on the street in central Madrid, Spain, April 3, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Madrid, Spain
A man sits on the street in central Madrid
A man sits on the street in central Madrid, Spain, April 3, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
PAKISTAN-VESPA/
RTX5EYV7
March 29, 2018
Journalist Arif Balouch, 48, poses for a photograph with his 1980 model Vespa scooter in Karachi, Pakistan,...
Karachi, Pakistan
The Wider Image: A labour of love: Vespa in Pakistan
Journalist Arif Balouch, 48, poses for a photograph with his 1980 model Vespa scooter in Karachi, Pakistan, March 2, 2018. "For me, a Vespa scooter is like a family tradition. My father used to ride this and I myself find this very good as it has two separate comfortable seats which is uncommon, it has a compartment to keep things which is also uncommon and for safety it guards your knees during accidents. I would say it's the BMW of scooters," Balouch said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro SEARCH "VESPA PAKISTAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BELARUS-CULTURE/
RTX4XGB5
February 17, 2018
A man climbs up a wooden pole to get a prize during celebration of Maslenitsa, or Pancake Week, in Belarusian...
AZIARCO, Belarus
Man climbs up a wooden pole to get a prize during celebration of Maslenitsa, or Pancake Week, in Belarusian...
A man climbs up a wooden pole to get a prize during celebration of Maslenitsa, or Pancake Week, in Belarusian state museum of folk architecture and rural lifestyle near the village Aziarco, Belarus, February 17, 2018. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-ANIMALS/
RTX4SNJ6
February 08, 2018
A cat stands after being fed by a local resident in Istanbul, Turkey, January 11, 2018. REUTERS/Goran...
Istanbul, Turkey
The Wider Image: Istanbul: city of cats
A cat stands after being fed by a local resident in Istanbul, Turkey, January 11, 2018. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic SEARCH "TOMASEVIC CATS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H3XL
October 19, 2017
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event...
New York, UNITED STATES
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event...
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event for his new book, "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1Y2
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York, U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1XW
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1QN
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks carries DVDs at a promotional event for his new book, "Uncommon Type: Some Stories",...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks carries DVDs at a promotional event for his new book, "Uncommon Type: Some Stories",...
Actor Tom Hanks carries DVDs at a promotional event for his new book, "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1OZ
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in...
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1OU
October 18, 2017
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event...
New York, UNITED STATES
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event...
A publicist reaches to adjust the angle of a book that actor Tom Hanks is holding at a promotional event for his new book, "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S., October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1OO
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks reaches for a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories",...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks reaches for a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories",...
Actor Tom Hanks reaches for a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories", in New York U.S. October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
PEOPLE-TOM HANKS/
RTS1H1OH
October 18, 2017
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories" in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories\
Actor Tom Hanks holds a copy of his book at a promotional event for "Uncommon Type: Some Stories" in New York, U.S October 18, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
BRITAIN-THAMES/
RTS15TI3
May 09, 2017
Traffic cones are seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain January 19,...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: London's dark river and its secrets
Traffic cones are seen on the bank of the River Thames during low tide in London, Britain January 19, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "THAMES WERMUTH" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
MILKEN-CONFERENCE/
RTS14UG6
May 02, 2017
People watch a television screen in an overflow area during the "Common Sense from Uncommon Investors"...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
People watch a television screen in an overflow area during the "Common Sense from Uncommon Investors"...
People watch a television screen in an overflow area during the "Common Sense from Uncommon Investors" session during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 2, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
SPAIN-CARNIVAL/
RTS10BQJ
February 25, 2017
Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" sit during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February...
LUZON, Spain
Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" sit during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon
Revellers dressed as "Mascaritas" sit during carnival celebrations in the village of Luzon, Spain, February 25, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2RJAH
November 02, 2016
In Paraguay, alongside the Pilcomayo River, black vultures flew over a shrinking pond where a group of...
Boqueron, Paraguay
The Wider Image: A slow death along the Pilcomayo River
In Paraguay, alongside the Pilcomayo River, black vultures flew over a shrinking pond where a group of crocodilian reptiles known as yacare caimans sought refuge. Water from the river, which divides Paraguay and Argentina in the area of the Gran Chaco, was scarce. This is not an uncommon sight in the region of General Diaz, about 700 kilometres (435 miles) northwest of the country's capital Asuncion, where the Pilcomayo's waters form lakes and streams that give life to capybaras, birds and caimans. "The river's situation is critical. No water is forecast to enter the basin until December, as happens every year," said Alcides Gonzalez, a resident of the area. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno SEARCH "BOQUERON DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2RJ8L
November 02, 2016
In Paraguay, alongside the Pilcomayo River, black vultures flew over a shrinking pond where a group of...
Boqueron, Paraguay
The Wider Image: A slow death along the Pilcomayo River
In Paraguay, alongside the Pilcomayo River, black vultures flew over a shrinking pond where a group of crocodilian reptiles known as yacare caimans sought refuge. Water from the river, which divides Paraguay and Argentina in the area of the Gran Chaco, was scarce. This is not an uncommon sight in the region of General Diaz, about 700 kilometres (435 miles) northwest of the country's capital Asuncion, where the Pilcomayo's waters form lakes and streams that give life to capybaras, birds and caimans. "The river's situation is critical. No water is forecast to enter the basin until December, as happens every year," said Alcides Gonzalez, a resident of the area. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno SEARCH "BOQUERON DROUGHT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: PARAGUAY-ENVIRONMENT/
AUSTRALIA-WINTER/SWIMMING
RTSJLLW
July 25, 2016
Sydney, a city of sand, surf and bronzed lifesavers is less known for its fraternity of winter swimmers,...
Sydney, Australia
The Wider Image: Winter swimming down under
Sydney, a city of sand, surf and bronzed lifesavers is less known for its fraternity of winter swimmers, who brave the colder temperatures to dive, nearly naked, into the ocean rock pools scattered around the iconic coastline. Clubs like the Clovelly Eskimo's, Coogee Penguin's, Maroubra Seals and Coogee Huskies hug the eastern shoreline every Sunday morning with the common catch phrase 'fun and friendship'. Over 5,000 swimmers compete weekly, observing the 'no wet suits' rule. The water temperatures in Sydney drop to about 15 Celsius (59 Fahrenheit) in August when it's more likely to be warmer in the water than out. Broad shoulders, tanned, healthy men and women depicts the image of Australian Olympic swimming legends but the pressures of sponsorship and body image is less important for the winter amateurs where beer bellies are not an uncommon sight. REUTERS/David Gray SEARCH "WINTER SWIMMING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text AUSTRALIA-WINTER/SWIMMING
USA-ELECTION/WOMEN
RTSJBNS
July 23, 2016
(L-R) Producer Charity Burton, producer/director/actor Ursula Burton, and producer/director Maria Burton,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Women workers on the Clinton campaign
(L-R) Producer Charity Burton, producer/director/actor Ursula Burton, and producer/director Maria Burton, of Five Sisters Productions pose for a portrait in Los Angeles, California, United States, May 18, 2016. Women comprised 19 percent of all directors, writers, executive producers, producers, editors, and cinematographers working on the top 250 U.S. grossing films of 2015, according to San Diego State UniversityÕs Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film. Charity said: ÒIf Hillary is president then she is the commander-in-chief... And then women are seen as powerful figures, which will then translate to: ÔOh okay, if a woman can run a country, a woman can run a company; then a woman can run a restaurant; then a woman can run a studio.' It gives validity to women.Ó Maria said: ÒA woman in power in the real world... little kids see that and it doesnÕt seem uncommon. Then maybe women directors are hired more, and they put more interesting women on screen.Ó Ursula said: ÒHaving a woman president opens up the presidency for girls and it will shift the perception for boys of what girls can do." Picture taken May 18, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SEARCH "WOMEN WORKERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
COLOMBIA-ANNIVERSARY/
RTSIXNG
July 20, 2016
A special forces soldier waits to march in a military parade to celebrate the 206th anniversary of Colombia's...
Bogota, Colombia
Special forces soldier waits to march in a military parade to celebrate the 206th anniversary of Colombia's...
A special forces soldier waits to march in a military parade to celebrate the 206th anniversary of Colombia's independence in Bogota, Colombia, July 20, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN47
May 17, 2016
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her mother Sarta Kalara works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 20, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN45
May 17, 2016
Sarta Kalara (C), a construction worker, stands among other female workers in Ahmedabad, India, April...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Sarta Kalara (C), a construction worker, stands among other female workers in Ahmedabad, India, April 20, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN40
May 17, 2016
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her mother Sarta Kalara works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 20, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN3Y
May 17, 2016
Sarta Kalara, a construction worker, holds her 15-month-old Shivani as a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Sarta Kalara, a construction worker, holds her 15-month-old Shivani as a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away when Kalara works nearby in Ahmedabad, India, April 20, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN3T
May 17, 2016
Sarta Kalara holds her 15-month-old Shivani as one end of a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's ankle to...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Sarta Kalara holds her 15-month-old Shivani as one end of a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away when Kalara works at a construction site nearby in Ahmedabad, India, April 20, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN3R
May 17, 2016
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her mother Sarta Kalara works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 19, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN3Q
May 17, 2016
Fifteen-month-old Shivani plays as barrier tape is tied around her ankle to prevent her from running...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Fifteen-month-old Shivani plays as barrier tape is tied around her ankle to prevent her from running away, while her mother Sarta Kalara works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 19, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN3L
May 17, 2016
Sarta Kalara feeds her 15-month-old Shivani as one end of a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's foot and...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Sarta Kalara feeds her 15-month-old Shivani as one end of a barrier tape is tied to Shivani's foot and the other end to a stone to prevent Shivani from running away, when she works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 19, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN2Y
May 17, 2016
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Barrier tape is tied around 15-month-old Shivani's ankle to prevent her from running away, while her mother Sarta Kalara works at a construction site nearby, in Ahmedabad, India, April 19, 2016. Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-CHILDREN/
RTSEN2P
May 17, 2016
Sarta Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying,...
Ahmedabad, India
The Wider Image: Toddler tied to a rock while her parents work
Sarta Kalara says she has no option but to tether her daughter Shivani to a stone despite her crying, while she and her husband work for 250 rupees ($3.8) each a shift digging holes for electricity cables in the city of Ahmedabad. There are about 40 million construction workers in India, at least one in five of them women, and the majority poor migrants who shift from site to site, building infrastructure for India's booming cities. Across the country it is not uncommon to see young children rolling in the sand and mud as their parents carry bricks or dig for new roads or luxury houses. REUTERS/Amit Dave Matching text INDIA-CHILDREN/ SEARCH "TIED TODDLER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LEBANON-TRASH/
RTX28PO3
February 23, 2016
A general view shows packed garbage bags in Jdeideh, Beirut, Lebanon February 23, 2016. Lebanon cancelled...
Beirut, Lebanon
A general view shows packed garbage bags in Jdeideh
A general view shows packed garbage bags in Jdeideh, Beirut, Lebanon February 23, 2016. Lebanon cancelled a plan to export its rubbish to Russia on Friday, a government agency said, sending Beirut's six-month garbage crisis back to square one as mountains of trash choke the city's air and streets. REUTERS/Hasan ShaabanBEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
USA-SEAOTTER/
RTX1ZOU2
December 21, 2015
A one day old wild sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay...
Monterey, UNITED STATES
A sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
A one day old wild sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, December 21, 2015. It is not uncommon for sea otters to give birth in the tide pool's protected basin. The newborn pup is estimated to weigh a couple of pounds according to aquarium staff. REUTERS/Michael Fiala
USA-SEAOTTER/
RTX1ZOU1
December 21, 2015
A one day old wild sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay...
Monterey, UNITED STATES
A sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
A one day old wild sea otter pup lies with its mother inside the Great Tide Pool at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey, California, December 21, 2015. It is not uncommon for sea otters to give birth in the tide pool's protected basin. The newborn pup is estimated to weigh a couple of pounds according to aquarium staff. REUTERS/Michael Fiala
CLIMATECHANGE-SUMMIT-EARTHPRINTS-MEXICO/
RTS6LPJ
November 12, 2015
An aerial view of Sargassum algae in Cancun, August 13, 2015. The Sargassum algae contains biting sand...
Cancun, Mexico
Wider Image: Earthprints: Cancun
An aerial view of Sargassum algae in Cancun, August 13, 2015. The Sargassum algae contains biting sand fleas and releases a pungent smell as it decomposes. It has choked beaches in resorts throughout the Caribbean including Cancun this season, prompting local authorities to launch a large-scale clean-up operation. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 5 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY 'EARTHPRINTS: CANCUN'SEARCH 'EARTHPRINTS CANCUN' FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-DAMBURST/
RTS6D68
November 10, 2015
Debris is pictured in Bento Rodigues district which was covered with mud after a dam owned by Vale SA...
MARIANA, Brazil
Debris is pictured in Bento Rodigues district which was covered with mud after a dam owned by Vale SA...
Debris is pictured in Bento Rodigues district which was covered with mud after a dam owned by Vale SA and BHP Billiton Ltd burst, in Mariana, Brazil, November 10, 2015. As despair turns to anger over a deadly dam burst at a Brazilian mine, lawmakers pushed on Tuesday for tougher regulations in a new mining code and iron ore giant Vale SA came under pressure to help mourning families and contain the environmental impact. In five days of rescue efforts in towns ravaged by the massive mudflow, six bodies have been found and 22 people are still missing, making it one of the worst mining disasters in Brazil's history. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ANIMALS/
RTS4RPG
October 16, 2015
A stag deer covers his antlers with bracken in Richmond Park in west London, Britain, October 16, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
A stag deer covers his antlers with bracken in Richmond Park in west London
A stag deer covers his antlers with bracken in Richmond Park in west London, Britain, October 16, 2015. The Royal Park has had Red and Fallow deer present since 1529, and early autumn sees the rutting or breeding season begin amongst the herd of over six hundred animals.
TRADE-TPP/
RTX1LW06
July 26, 2015
Dairy cows nuzzle a barn cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby, Quebec July 26, 2015. Pacific...
GRANBY, Canada
Dairy cows nuzzle a barn cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby Quebec
Dairy cows nuzzle a barn cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby, Quebec July 26, 2015. Pacific Rim officials meet in Hawaii this week for talks which could make or break an ambitious trade deal that aims to boost growth and set common standards across a dozen economies ranging from the United States to Brunei. Canada's refusal so far to accept more dairy imports is a major sticking point in the talks, infuriating the United States as well as New Zealand, which has said it will not sign a deal that fails to open new dairy markets. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-ODDLY/
RTX1GYHA
June 17, 2015
Models prepare for the 11th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest at Kleinfled's Bridal Boutique...
New York, USA
Models prepare for 11th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest at Kleinfled's Bridal Boutique in New...
Models prepare for the 11th annual toilet paper wedding dress contest at Kleinfled's Bridal Boutique in New York June 17, 2015. The contestants competed in the annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, showing off their dress-making skills using only Charmin toilet paper, glue, tape, Needle and thread, for the $10,000 cash prize. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMD
June 06, 2015
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
INDIA-WOMEN/CONSTRUCTION
RTR4KZ4V
January 12, 2015
Women labourers work at the construction site of a road in Kolkata January 8, 2015. Across towns and...
Kolkata, India
Women labourers work at the construction site of a road in Kolkata
Women labourers work at the construction site of a road in Kolkata January 8, 2015. Across towns and cities in India, it is not uncommon to see women cleaning building sites, carrying bricks and or shoveling gravel - helping construct the infrastructure necessary for the country's economic and social development. They help build roads, railway tracks, airports, and offices. They lay pipes for clean water supplies, cables for telecommunications, and dig the drains for sewage systems. But although women make up at least 20 percent of India's 40 million construction workers, they are less recognized than male workers with lower pay and often prone to safety hazards and sexual harassment. They are often unaware of their rights or scared to complain, say activists now trying to campaign for better treatment of women in the construction industry. To match story INDIA-WOMEN/CONSTRUCTION Picture taken January 8, 2015. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA-MARATHON/
RTR4CI4J
November 02, 2014
A runner covers himself from the low temperatures and strong wind before the start of the New York City...
Staten Island, UNITED STATES
Runner covers himself from the low temperatures and strong wind before the start of the New York City...
A runner covers himself from the low temperatures and strong wind before the start of the New York City Marathon in New York, November 2, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SPAIN
RTR4C3N0
October 29, 2014
Protective suits are left to dry after an Ebola training session held by Spain's Red Cross in Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
Protective suits are left to dry after an Ebola training session held by Spain's Red Cross in Madrid
Protective suits are left to dry after an Ebola training session held by Spain's Red Cross in Madrid October 29, 2014. The Spanish Red Cross is training doctors, nurses and engineers to fight Ebola in Western Africa during a two day pre-deployment course at a mock field hospital resembling the Ebola treatment center the organization has in Kenema, Sierra Leone. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49EFQ
October 08, 2014
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHO
October 08, 2014
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen holding his KRISS Vector...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen in his home office in Fayetteville...
Steve Parker, a former Marine who now makes accessories for firearms, is seen holding his KRISS Vector submachine gun in his home office in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHI
October 08, 2014
A sign of Fort Bragg is seen in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
A sign of Fort Bragg is seen in Fayetteville, North Carolina
A sign of Fort Bragg is seen in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT BUSINESS LOGO)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHF
October 08, 2014
A pedestrian crosses Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
A pedestrian crosses Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville
A pedestrian crosses Hay Street in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHC
October 08, 2014
A sign welcoming soldiers is seen outside of the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, in...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
A sign welcoming soldiers is seen outside of the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, in...
A sign welcoming soldiers is seen outside of the Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT MILITARY)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHB
October 08, 2014
A woman waves the flag for Panama during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina September...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
A woman waves the flag for Panama during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina
A woman waves the flag for Panama during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina September 27, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 27, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DHA
October 08, 2014
Members of a group play drums as they represent Okinawa during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville,...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
Members of a group play drums as they represent Okinawa during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville...
Members of a group play drums as they represent Okinawa during a street festival in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina September 27, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 27, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DH8
October 08, 2014
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Jillian McCarthy sits in her home in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 26, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 26, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG
RTR49DH7
October 08, 2014
A statue of U.S. Army General Henry Hugh Shelton is seen outside of the Airborne & Special Operations...
Fayetteville, UNITED STATES
A statue of U.S. Army General Henry Hugh Shelton is seen outside of the Airborne & Special Operations...
A statue of U.S. Army General Henry Hugh Shelton is seen outside of the Airborne & Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, North Carolina September 27, 2014. It's not uncommon in Fayetteville to hear of soldiers who have served multiple year-long tours of duty, returning again and again to guerilla-style wars with no clearly defined front lines. Some 5,000 troops from Fort Bragg are still fighting and dying in Afghanistan, even though that war long ago slipped off the front pages of U.S. newspapers. With one war over and another winding down, more soldiers are back in Fayetteville now than during the height of the deployments between 2008 and 2011.?Still, President Obama has already sent 1,600 Special Operations commandos back to Iraq. Americans are flying helicopter missions ("boots in the air") and military leaders have hinted that the conflict could soon require more boots on the ground. Picture taken September 27, 2014. To match Insight USA-MILITARY/FORTBRAGG REUTERS/Chris Keane (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY CONFLICT)
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