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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ECUADOR-DOCTORS
RTX7JQA1
May 20, 2020
Candles burn in front of a religious shrine at the home of Emiliana Ponce, during the coronavirus disease...
BUENA VISTA, Ecuador
The Wider Image: Rural Ecuador faces coronavirus outbreak without doctors
Candles burn in front of a religious shrine at the home of Emiliana Ponce, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Buena Vista, Ecuador, April 21, 2020. Ponce, who suffers from liver problems and has not seen a doctor in two months due to the high demand of medical services related to COVID-19, is cared for by her daughter Esperanza Chalen Ponce. Her granddaughter Angela Chalen, who lives by collecting crab and oyster said: "We are unprotected because the doctors have not come down for two months. They must be working in Guayaquil by now." REUTERS/Santiago Arcos SEARCH "RURAL ECUADOR COVID-19" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ECUADOR-DOCTORS
RTX7JQ8O
May 20, 2020
Emiliana Ponce, 83, poses for a photograph as she sits in her home, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
BUENA VISTA, Ecuador
The Wider Image: Rural Ecuador faces coronavirus outbreak without doctors
Emiliana Ponce, 83, poses for a photograph as she sits in her home, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Buena Vista, Ecuador, April 21, 2020. Ponce, who suffers from liver problems and has not seen a doctor in two months due to the high demand of medical services related to COVID-19, is cared for by her daughter Esperanza Chalen Ponce. Her granddaughter Angela Chalen, who lives by collecting crab and oyster said: "We are unprotected because the doctors have not come down for two months. They must be working in Guayaquil by now." REUTERS/Santiago Arcos SEARCH "RURAL ECUADOR COVID-19" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VENEZUELA
RTS36UPV
March 21, 2020
A woman walks out of a public market with her face unprotected during the national quarantine in response...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman walks out of a public market with her face unprotected during the national quarantine in response...
A woman walks out of a public market with her face unprotected during the national quarantine in response to the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Caracas, Venezuela, March 21, 2020. REUTERS/Manaure Quintero
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/VENEZUELA
RTS36UPN
March 21, 2020
A man walks on the street with his face unprotected during the national quarantine in response to the...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man walks with his face unprotected during the national quarantine in response to the spread of coronavirus...
A man walks on the street with his face unprotected during the national quarantine in response to the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Caracas, Venezuela, March 21, 2020. REUTERS/Manaure Quintero
ZIMBABWE-WATER/
RTX74AUY
September 23, 2019
A woman carries water from an unprotected source in Mabvuku, a highly-populated suburb in Harare, Zimbabwe,...
Harare, Zimbabwe
A woman carries water from an unprotected source in Mabvuku, a highly-populated suburb in Harare
A woman carries water from an unprotected source in Mabvuku, a highly-populated suburb in Harare, Zimbabwe, September 3, 2019. Picture taken September 3, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX7483Z
September 23, 2019
Glaciologist Andrea Fischer and environmental physicist Pascal Bohleber from the Austrian Institute for...
NEUSTIFT IM STUBAITAL, Austria
The Wider Image: Scientists race to read Austria's melting climate archive
Glaciologist Andrea Fischer and environmental physicist Pascal Bohleber from the Austrian Institute for Interdisciplinary Mountain Research, inspect the thickness difference of the part of Schaufelferner glacier that is covered with a special fleece fabric protecting ice from sun and heat and the part that is not covered, near Neustift im Stubaital, Austria, October 22, 2018. The ablation of the unprotected part is up to 4 meters per year, three times faster than the ice loss of the protected part. The scientists stand directly on unprotected parts of the glacier in front of the protected ice shield of Schaufelferner glacier. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner SEARCH "AUSTRIA GLACIERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700E6
July 18, 2019
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
A butterfly flies over a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700DZ
July 18, 2019
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the...
A butterfly is seen above the eye of a large crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-ANIMALS/CROCODILES
RTX700D8
July 18, 2019
A Great White Egret is seen near a crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
A Great White Egret is seen near a crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile...
A Great White Egret is seen near a crocodile in the Tarcoles River, a river with one of the highest crocodile population in the world, in Tarcoles, province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica, July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTX3VAEJ
December 19, 2017
A woman carries her ill child in a refugee camp at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, September 26, 2017. Reuters...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: Persecuted Rohingya Muslims flee violence in Myanmar
A woman carries her ill child in a refugee camp at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, September 26, 2017. Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton: "She had been waiting since sunrise on aid to arrive. The temperature and humidity was pretty unbearable as there was no shelter. On top of this she was carrying her seriously ill child. Eventually she couldn't wait any longer, unprotected from the elements she made her way back to her shelter, empty handed." REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton/File Photo SEARCH "POY ROHINGYA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
SPAIN-CLIMATE/
RTX3DQK0
August 28, 2017
The ruins of the old town of Mansilla de la Sierra, normally submerged beneath the waters of the Mansilla...
MANSILLA, Spain
The ruins of the old town of Mansilla de la Sierra, normally submerged beneath the waters of the Mansilla...
The ruins of the old town of Mansilla de la Sierra, normally submerged beneath the waters of the Mansilla reservoir, are revealed following a prolonged drought, in Rioja province, Spain, August 28, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/GAZA
RTX2AF57
April 18, 2016
An entrance to a tunnel exposed by the Israeli military is seen near Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha, just outside...
Ein Hashlosha, Israel
File photo shows an entrance to a tunnel exposed by the Israeli military seen near Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha,...
An entrance to a tunnel exposed by the Israeli military is seen near Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha, just outside the southern Gaza Strip in this October 13, 2013 file photo. REUTERS/Amir Cohen/Files
AUTOSHOW-JAPAN/
RTX1TKL4
October 28, 2015
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
AUTOSHOW-JAPAN/
RTX1TKL2
October 28, 2015
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan,...
Tokyo, Japan
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo
Lexus's concept car LF-FC is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
AUTOSHOW-JAPAN/
RTX1TKGW
October 28, 2015
Mitsubishi Motors Corp's concept car eX concept electric crossover is revealed during a presentation...
Tokyo, Japan
Mitsubishi Motors Corp's concept car eX concept electric crossover is revealed during a presentation...
Mitsubishi Motors Corp's concept car eX concept electric crossover is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
AUTOSHOW-JAPAN/
RTX1TJYG
October 28, 2015
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-Vision is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-Vision is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-Vision is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
AUTOSHOW-JAPAN/
RTX1TJPO
October 28, 2015
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-VISION car is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo,...
Tokyo, Japan
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-VISION car is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo...
Mazda Motor Corp's RX-VISION car is revealed during a presentation at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
EL SALVADOR-POLITICS/
RTX1O3IZ
August 12, 2015
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) talks to Chile's Senator and daughter of Chile's late former...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet talks to Chile's Senator Isabel Allende after unveiling a mural of...
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet (L) talks to Chile's Senator and daughter of Chile's late former president Salvador Allende, Isabel Allende (C), after unveiling a mural of Salvador Allende, at the National University of El Salvador, in San Salvador, El Salvador, August 12, 2015. Bachelet is on a one-day official visit to the Central American nation, local media reported. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
EL SALVADOR-POLITICS/
RTX1O3GN
August 12, 2015
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet unveils a mural of former Chilean President Salvador Allende at the...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet unveils a mural of former Chilean President Salvador Allende at the...
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet unveils a mural of former Chilean President Salvador Allende at the National University of El Salvador, in San Salvador, El Salvador, August 12, 2015. Bachelet is on a one-day official visit to the Central American nation, local media reported. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
SPAIN-SANFERMIN/
RTX1JBVM
July 07, 2015
A steer jumps over a fallen runner as two Jandilla fighting bulls follow behind at the Mercaderes curve...
Pamplona, Spain
A steer jumps over a fallen runner as two Jandilla fighting bulls follow behind at the Mercaderes curve...
A steer jumps over a fallen runner as two Jandilla fighting bulls follow behind at the Mercaderes curve during the first running of the bulls of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, July 7, 2015. Two runners were gored in the run that lasted 2 minutes and 23 seconds, according to local media. REUTERS/Susana Vera
ISRAEL-ARCHAEOLOGY/
RTX1FWHH
June 10, 2015
Annette Nagar, director of the excavation for the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), shows an ancient...
BEIT NEKOFA, Israel
Nagar, director of excavation for the IAA, shows oil lamp unearthed at site where road station was exposed...
Annette Nagar, director of the excavation for the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), shows an ancient oil lamp unearthed at a site where a road station, dating back 1,500 years and frequented by travellers between Jerusalem and the coastal plain, was exposed, near Beit Nekofa, west of Jerusalem, Israel, June 10, 2015. A statement from the IAA said the Byzantine-period road station that included a church was discovered during a salvage dig conducted while upgrading the highway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
REUTERS-PICTURES30/
RTR4PFAF
February 13, 2015
Frantic Kurdish refugees struggle for a loaf of bread during a humanitarian aid distribution at the Iraqi-Turkish...
Isikveren, Turkey
File photo of frantic Kurdish refugees struggling for a loaf of bread during a humanitarian aid distribution...
Frantic Kurdish refugees struggle for a loaf of bread during a humanitarian aid distribution at the Iraqi-Turkish border in this April 5, 1991 file photo.

Yannis Behrakis: At the end of the first Iraq war about 1.5 million Kurds were fleeing in panic trying to escape from forces loyal to Saddam Hussein. About 600,000 of them fled to Turkey but half of them were stranded in the mountains at the Iraqi-Turkish border.

I hitch-hiked a ride on a tractor pulling a cart full of bread to feed the stranded Kurdish refugees atop the snow capped mountains at the border.

As the tractor made its way slowly through the dangerous dirt road, it was attacked by hundreds of hungry refugees who fought against each other and the aid workers. The men I was riding with tried in vain to stop the refugees from taking the bread but the refugees were absolutely desperate and the aid workers gave up.

Getting up the mountain to cover the story was extremely difficult. I remember leaving the hotel every morning at 4 am in order to reach the bottom of the mountain two-and-a-half hours later. Then I hitchhiked my way on either a tractor carrying bread or on a snow-removal vehicle clearing the road. Once, my hands were so cold they stuck to the snow-removing vehicle.

Pictures like this put pressure on the Turkish government to allow proper humanitarian aid to reach the refugees. It also alerted the international community about the tragic events in this part of the world and received very good play in what was the biggest story in the world at the time.

It was the first time I was covering a humanitarian crisis and I was stunned with the cruelty some people demonstrated towards unprotected humans. I also understood that photojournalism is a very strong medium that can make a difference and help people in need. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis/Files (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT)

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MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/ C
RTR3N1O2
April 29, 2014
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/ - REISSUE - Timeline showing various Microsoft Windows operating system lifecycles....
UNITED STATES
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/ C
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/ - REISSUE - Timeline showing various Microsoft Windows operating system lifecycles. PCs running the 13-year-old XP operating system will remain unprotected against a recently disclosed Internet Explorer security bug
ISRAEL/
RTR3IVUG
March 27, 2014
The entrance to a tunnel (bottom) exposed by the Israeli military is seen on the Israeli side of the...
Unknown, Israel
The entrance to a tunnel exposed by the Israeli military is seen on the Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza...
The entrance to a tunnel (bottom) exposed by the Israeli military is seen on the Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza border March 27, 2014. The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) announced that they exposed the tunnel on March 21, 2014. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE/
RTR3CY3L
January 25, 2013
A nurse measures an obese patient at the office of surgeon Dr. Alexandre Lesage's to prepare for surgery...
SAINT JEAN D'ANGELY, France
A nurse measures an obese patient at Dr Alexandre Lesage's office to prepare for surgery at the Saint...
A nurse measures an obese patient at the office of surgeon Dr. Alexandre Lesage's to prepare for surgery at the Saint Jean d'Angely Hospital, in Saint Jean d'Angley, southwestern France, January 24, 2013. The patient hopes to lose some 50 kilos (110 pounds) in the next year after she undergoes surgery for obesity. Picture taken January 24, 2013. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH)
ZIMBABWE-WATER/
RTR35HLS
July 28, 2012
Residences of Mabvuku do their laundry using from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Residences of Mabvuku do their laundry using from unprotected sources in Harare
Residences of Mabvuku do their laundry using from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid outbreak in Harare and Chitungwiza has seen over 150 cases reported and at least another 20 detained for treatment. The outbreak was attributed to contaminated water which continued to worsen in the city as people are now using wells and other unprotected sources of water for consumption, which are believed to be contaminated. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ZIMBABWE-WATER/
RTR35HLG
July 28, 2012
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid outbreak...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid outbreak in Harare and Chitungwiza has seen over 150 cases reported and at least another 20 detained for treatment. The outbreak was attributed to contaminated water which continued to worsen in the city as people are now using wells and other unprotected sources of water for consumption, which are believed to be contaminated. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ZIMBABWE-WATER/
RTR35HKU
July 28, 2012
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid outbreak...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare July 28, 2012. A typhoid outbreak in Harare and Chitungwiza has seen over 150 cases reported and at least another 20 detained for treatment. The outbreak was attributed to contaminated water which continued to worsen in the city as people are now using wells and other unprotected sources of water for consumption, which are believed to be contaminated. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ZIMBABWE-WATER/
RTR35HKL
July 28, 2012
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare, July 28 2012. A typhoid outbreak...
Harare, Zimbabwe
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare
Residences of Mabvuku fetch water from unprotected sources in Harare, July 28 2012. A typhoid outbreak in Harare and Chitungwiza has seen over 150 cases reported and at least another 20 detained for treatment. The outbreak was attributed to contaminated water which continued to worsen in the city as people are now using wells and other unprotected sources of water for consumption, which are believed to be contaminated. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
SPAIN
RTR2XES2
February 06, 2012
Txera Alonso (L) and Juan Carlos Bezarra, volunteers from the pressure group Berri-Otxoak take part in...
Barakaldo, Spain
Volunteers from the pressure group Berri-Otxoak take part in a Via Crucis protest against social services...
Txera Alonso (L) and Juan Carlos Bezarra, volunteers from the pressure group Berri-Otxoak take part in a "Via Crucis" (Way Of The Cross) protest against unemployment, social services cuts and reduction in housing benefit, in the Spanish Basque town of Barakaldo February 6, 2012. The unemployment rate in Spain was last reported at 21.5 percent, a record 4.9 million people without jobs. The industrial costal town of Barakaldo has 18% unemployment and the benefits budget has been reduced by half in the last year, according to Berri-Otxoak. The sign on the left bottom reads, "The cuts of the Basque government leave me unprotected". REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST EMPLOYMENT)
YEMEN/
RTR2KH6T
March 27, 2011
A woman attends an anti-government rally to demand for the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh...
Sanaa, Yemen
A woman attends an anti-government rally to demand for the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh...
A woman attends an anti-government rally to demand for the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh at Sanaa University March 27, 2011. Saleh, under pressure from tens of thousands of Yemenis protesting in the streets to demand his departure after 32 years in power, convened a meeting of his ruling party on Sunday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPO
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPE
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP8
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP5
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' stands with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP2
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' is surrounded by media as she awaits...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits continuation of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' is surrounded by media as she awaits the continuation of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIP1
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOW
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOT
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Wallasch in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' talks with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIOI
August 25, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters courtroom for her trial in Darmstadt
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HIPL
August 24, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 25, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
GERMANY/
RTXSCYB
August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
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August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
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August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
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August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' awaits for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE HEADSHOT)
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August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the start of her trial for...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the start of her trial for attempting...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY) (CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
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August 23, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives with her lawyer Wallasch for the start...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girl band 'No Angels' arrives with her lawyer Oliver Wallasch for the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 23, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Marius Becker/Pool (GERMANY) (CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
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August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HEOT
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HEOK
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HEO6
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HENS
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HENP
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HENL
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HENK
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTR2HENI
August 19, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' awaits the start of her trial in a courtroom...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the courtroom her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 19, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTXSAJW
August 16, 2010
District court Judge Wacker opens the trial against Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband...
Darmstadt, Germany
District court Judge Wacker opens the trial against Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No...
District court Judge Wacker opens the trial against Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 16, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTXSAJQ
August 16, 2010
Oliver Wallasch, the lawyer of Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters...
Darmstadt, Germany
Wallasch lawyer of Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters court in the western...
Oliver Wallasch, the lawyer of Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' enters the court in the western city of Darmstadt August 16, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTXSAJJ
August 16, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Wallasch as awaits the...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch (R) as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 16, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
GERMANY-HIV/TRIAL
RTXSAJB
August 16, 2010
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch...
Darmstadt, Germany
Benaissa German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Wallasch as awaits the...
Nadja Benaissa, German pop singer with the girlband 'No Angels' sits next to her lawyer Oliver Wallasch (R) as she awaits the start of her trial for attempting and causing grievous bodily harm, in a courtroom in the western city of Darmstadt August 16, 2010. Benaissa, 28, accused of knowingly exposing three men to the risk of HIV has confessed to having unprotected sex after finding out she had the virus, authorities said on Monday. One of her partners later contracted AIDS, while the two others were not infected with HIV. REUTERS/Boris Roessler/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE)
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