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MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR3ZZDU 
July 24, 2014 
A Rohingya Muslim family, whose members have all fallen sick, poses in a village at Maungdaw June 6,... 
Maungdaw, Myanmar 
A Rohingya Muslim family, whose members have all fallen sick, poses in a village at Maungdaw 
A Rohingya Muslim family, whose members have all fallen sick, poses in a village at Maungdaw June 6, 2014. Since international aid groups were forced out of the area in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared. Worst affected are those in Northern Rakhine State (NRS), home to most of Myanmar's 1.3 million Rohingya who are stalked by sickness and malnourishment and as yet untouched by reforms under a semi-civilian government which took power in 2011. Picture taken June 6, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR3ZZCR 
July 24, 2014 
A Rohingya Muslim man rows his boat on a river in Buthidaung, June 7, 2014. Since international aid groups... 
Buthidaung, Myanmar 
A Rohingya Muslim man rows his boat on a river in Buthidaung 
A Rohingya Muslim man rows his boat on a river in Buthidaung, June 7, 2014. Since international aid groups were forced out of the Rakhine area in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared. Worst affected are those in Northern Rakhine State (NRS), home to most of Myanmar's 1.3 million Rohingya who are stalked by sickness and malnourishment and as yet untouched by reforms under a semi-civilian government which took power in 2011. Picture taken June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR3ZZCQ 
July 24, 2014 
Rohingya Muslims attend a wrestling festival at Kyaukpannu village in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state,... 
Maungdaw, Myanmar 
Rohingya Muslims attend a wrestling festival at Kyaukpannu village in Maungdaw 
Rohingya Muslims attend a wrestling festival at Kyaukpannu village in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state, June 6, 2014. Since international aid groups were forced out of the Rakhine area in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared. Worst affected are those in Northern Rakhine State (NRS), home to most of Myanmar's 1.3 million Rohingya who are stalked by sickness and malnourishment and as yet untouched by reforms under a semi-civilian government which took power in 2011. Picture taken June 6, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY HEALTH POVERTY) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR3ZZB7 
July 24, 2014 
Empty benches are seen in a closed Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) clinic in a village at Maungdaw June... 
Maungdaw, Myanmar 
Empty benches are seen in a closed Medecins Sans Frontieres clinic in a village at Maungdaw 
Empty benches are seen in a closed Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) clinic in a village at Maungdaw June 6, 2014. Since international aid groups were forced out of the area in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared. Worst affected are those in Northern Rakhine State (NRS), home to most of Myanmar's 1.3 million Rohingya who are stalked by sickness and malnourishment and as yet untouched by reforms under a semi-civilian government which took power in 2011. Picture taken June 6, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY) 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/
RTR3ZZAI 
July 24, 2014 
People shop at a market in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state June 6, 2014. Since international aid groups... 
Maungdaw, Myanmar 
People shop at a market in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state 
People shop at a market in Maungdaw, northern Rakhine state June 6, 2014. Since international aid groups were forced out of the Rakhine state area in February and March, members of the minority Muslim Rohingya community who relied on them say basic health care services have all but disappeared. Worst affected are those in Northern Rakhine State (NRS), home to most of Myanmar's 1.3 million Rohingya who are stalked by sickness and malnourishment and as yet untouched by reforms under a semi-civilian government which took power in 2011. Picture taken June 6, 2014. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTR3ZAOH 
July 19, 2014 
Charred bushes and a basketball hoop that were consumed by the Carlton Complex Fire are seen behind the... 
PATEROS, UNITED STATES 
Charred bushes and a basketball hoop that were consumed by the Carlton Complex Fire are seen behind the... 
Charred bushes and a basketball hoop that were consumed by the Carlton Complex Fire are seen behind the Pateros Community Church, which was otherwise largely untouched by fire, in Pateros, Washington July 18, 2014. The fast moving wildfire burning east of Washington state's Cascade Mountains, also known as the Carlton Complex Fire, destroyed some 80 homes and displaced hundreds of people on Friday as it scorched through parched vegetation and showed no sign of letting up, emergency officials said. In the town of Pateros, about 120 miles northeast of Seattle, the entire population of about 650 people was under mandatory evacuation orders, though some began returning Friday to survey the charred remains of their homes and belongings. REUTERS/David Ryder (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
USA-WILDFIRES/
RTR3ZAMM 
July 19, 2014 
The Pateros Community Church sign and structure sits largely untouched by the Carlton Complex Fire, except... 
PATEROS, UNITED STATES 
The Pateros Community Church sign and structure sits largely untouched by the Carlton Complex Fire, except... 
The Pateros Community Church sign and structure sits largely untouched by the Carlton Complex Fire, except for the bushes out front, in Pateros, Washington July 18, 2014. The fast moving wildfire burning east of Washington state's Cascade Mountains, also known as the Carlton Complex Fire, destroyed some 80 homes and displaced hundreds of people on Friday as it scorched through parched vegetation and showed no sign of letting up, emergency officials said. In the town of Pateros, about 120 miles northeast of Seattle, the entire population of about 650 people was under mandatory evacuation orders, though some began returning Friday to survey the charred remains of their homes and belongings. REUTERS/David Ryder (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3WPM2 
July 01, 2014 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai... 
Hong Kong, China 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai... 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai Tak International Airport area in Hong Kong June 26, 2014. Chinese developers are moving aggressively into Hong Kong, outbidding their cross-border rivals for prime sites as policy uncertainty and falling property prices on the mainland send them scouring for opportunities to invest overseas. Picture taken June 26, 2014. To match story HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE CITYSCAPE) 
INDIA
RTR3L6E3 
April 14, 2014 
A vendor sells portraits of B.R. Ambedkar on a pavement in New Delhi April 14, 2014. Ambedkar, an Indian... 
New Delhi, India 
A vendor sells portraits of B.R. Ambedkar on a pavement in New Delhi 
A vendor sells portraits of B.R. Ambedkar on a pavement in New Delhi April 14, 2014. Ambedkar, an Indian politician who was involved in drafting the Indian constitution, came from the "untouchable" caste of Hinduism and spent most of his working life campaigning against social discrimination based on caste. Many Indians across the country observes the anniversary of his birth on Monday. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee (INDIA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPK9 
February 25, 2014 
A man holds his smart card and a note at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles)... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A man holds his smart card and a note at a bakery in Port Said 
A man holds his smart card and a note at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidised loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. To match Feature EGYPT-WHEAT/ REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPK7 
February 25, 2014 
A man holds his smart card and some coins at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A man holds his smart card and some coins at a bakery in Port Said 
A man holds his smart card and some coins at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidised loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. To match Feature EGYPT-WHEAT/ REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPK3 
February 25, 2014 
A man shows his smart card used to purchase subsidised bread at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A man shows his smart card used to purchase subsidised bread at a bakery in Port Said 
A man shows his smart card used to purchase subsidised bread at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidised loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. To match Feature EGYPT-WHEAT/ REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPIY 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery equipped with a smart card system in the Suez Canal city... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery equipped with a smart card system in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery equipped with a smart card system in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPIS 
February 25, 2014 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing while other wait in line for subsidised... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing in Port Said 
A bakery worker waits while a smart card reader is processing while other wait in line for subsidised bread in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPIK 
February 25, 2014 
A woman holds up her smart card to pay for subsidised bread at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
A woman holds up her smart card to pay for subsidised bread at a bakery in Port Said 
A woman holds up her smart card to pay for subsidised bread at a bakery in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPIG 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in the Suez Canal city... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPIE 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in the Suez Canal city of... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery as a smart card reader is seen in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT
RTR3FPI7 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in the Suez Canal city... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread as a bakery worker looks at a smart card reader in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
EGYPT-WHEAT/
RTR3FPI6 
February 25, 2014 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in the Suez Canal city... 
PORT SAID, Egypt 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in Port Said 
People queue for subsidised bread at a bakery that uses smart card payment system in the Suez Canal city of Port Said, 170 km (106 miles) northeast of Cairo, February 24, 2014. A device resembling a credit card swiper is revolutionizing some of Egypt's politically explosive bread lines and may help achieve the impossible -- cutting crippling food import bills. Authorities who hope to avoid protests over subsidized loaves sold for the equivalent of one U.S. cent have turned to smart cards to try to manage the corrupt and wasteful bread supply chain that has been untouchable for decades. Picture taken February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) 
USA/
RTX14R1A 
October 28, 2013 
A message painted by a resident is seen on a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union... 
Union Beach, UNITED STATES 
A message painted by a resident is seen on a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union... 
A message painted by a resident is seen on a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
RTX14R0N 
October 28, 2013 
Empty homes that were damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 are seen in Ortley Beach, New Jersey... 
Ortley Beach, UNITED STATES 
Empty homes that were damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 are seen in Ortley Beach, New Jersey... 
Empty homes that were damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 are seen in Ortley Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY) 
USA/
RTX14QZV 
October 28, 2013 
A street sign stands in a neighborhood with homes damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union... 
Union Beach, UNITED STATES 
A street sign stands in a neighborhood with homes damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union... 
A street sign stands in a neighborhood with homes damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Union Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
RTX14QZU 
October 28, 2013 
A broken window of a home damaged by hurricane Sandy frames a house across it, in Ortley Beach, New Jersey... 
Ortley Beach, UNITED STATES 
A broken window of a home damaged by hurricane Sandy frames a house across it, in Ortley Beach 
A broken window of a home damaged by hurricane Sandy frames a house across it, in Ortley Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY) 
USA/
RTX14QZR 
October 28, 2013 
Flowers grow next to a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in is seen in Union Beach, New... 
Union Beach, UNITED STATES 
Flowers grow next to a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in is seen in Union Beach, New... 
Flowers grow next to a home damaged by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in is seen in Union Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER) 
USA/
RTX14QZI 
October 28, 2013 
A new home is seen under construction in Brick Township, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being... 
Brick Township, UNITED STATES 
A new home is seen under construction in Brick Township, New Jersey 
A new home is seen under construction in Brick Township, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANNIVERSARY) 
USA/
RTX14QZ5 
October 28, 2013 
A resident operates an excavator to remove rubble of his home, which was destroyed by hurricane Sandy... 
Union Beach, UNITED STATES 
A resident operates an excavator to remove rubble of his home, which was destroyed by hurricane Sandy... 
A resident operates an excavator to remove rubble of his home, which was destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012, in Union Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
USA/
RTX14QYZ 
October 28, 2013 
A flag is seen near a neighborhood where homes were destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Ortley... 
Ortley Beach, UNITED STATES 
A flag is seen near a neighborhood where homes were destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Ortley... 
A flag is seen near a neighborhood where homes were destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in Ortley Beach, New Jersey October 27, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA/
RTX14MYK 
October 24, 2013 
A woman stands on the beach behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Woman stands on the beach behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the Rockaways... 
A woman stands on the beach behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the Rockaways section of the borough of Queens in New York October 24, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
USA/
RTX14MYH 
October 24, 2013 
A woman walks with her dog behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the Rockaways... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Woman walks with her dog behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the Rockaways... 
A woman walks with her dog behind the boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 in the Rockaways section of the borough of Queens in New York October 24, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
USA/
RTX14MYE 
October 24, 2013 
The boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways... 
The boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways section of the borough of Queens in New York October 24, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
USA/
RTX14MYD 
October 24, 2013 
The boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways... 
The boardwalk destroyed by hurricane Sandy in October 2012 along Beach 36th street is seen in the Rockaways section of the borough of Queens in New York October 24, 2013. Progress is being seen to areas along the beachfront area while others remain untouched with just days until the one year anniversary of the storm. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTX14509 
October 09, 2013 
Police stand guard at concrete road blocks near the residence of former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf,... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Police stand guard at concrete road blocks near the residence of former Pakistani president Musharraf... 
Police stand guard at concrete road blocks near the residence of former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf, who is the head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party, in Islamabad October 9, 2013. Former military dictator Musharraf could leave Pakistan as soon as Thursday after a decision by a court paving the way for his release, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Musharraf's fate has been subject to intense speculation since he became the first former army chief to be arrested this year, breaking an unwritten rule that the top ranks of the military are untouchable, even after they have retired. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTX144Z4 
October 09, 2013 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf,... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf,... 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, who is the head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party, in Islamabad October 9, 2013. Former military dictator Musharraf could leave Pakistan as soon as Thursday after a decision by a court paving the way for his release, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Musharraf's fate has been subject to intense speculation since he became the first former army chief to be arrested this year, breaking an unwritten rule that the top ranks of the military are untouchable, even after they have retired. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTX144Z0 
October 09, 2013 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf,... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf,... 
Policemen guard a concrete-blocked road near the residence of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, who is the head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party, in Islamabad October 9, 2013. Former military dictator Musharraf could leave Pakistan as soon as Thursday after a decision by a court paving the way for his release, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Musharraf's fate has been subject to intense speculation since he became the first former army chief to be arrested this year, breaking an unwritten rule that the top ranks of the military are untouchable, even after they have retired. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS) 
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTX13SFW 
September 20, 2013 
A cashier counts U.S. dollars next to five new Apple iPhone 5S phones at the Apple Retail Store on Fifth... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A cashier counts U.S. dollars next to five new Apple iPhone 5S phones at the Apple Retail Store on Fifth... 
A cashier counts U.S. dollars next to five new Apple iPhone 5S phones at the Apple Retail Store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York September 20, 2013. Apple Inc's newest smartphone models hit stores on Friday in many countries across the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
JAPAN/
RTX13S5I 
September 20, 2013 
Apple's new iPhone 5S is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, September 20,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Apple's new iPhone 5S is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district 
Apple's new iPhone 5S is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
JAPAN/
RTX13S5D 
September 20, 2013 
Apple's new iPhone 5C is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, September 20,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Apple's new iPhone 5C is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district 
Apple's new iPhone 5C is displayed at an Apple shop in Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
APPLE/
RTX13RYJ 
September 20, 2013 
Customers resell the iPhone 5S to dealers (C, white t-shirt and R, green t-shirt) for at least $30 more... 
Hong Kong, China 
Customers resell the iPhone 5S to dealers for at least $30 more than the original price, outside an Apple... 
Customers resell the iPhone 5S to dealers (C, white t-shirt and R, green t-shirt) for at least $30 more than the original price, outside an Apple store in Hong Kong September 20, 2013. Apple on Friday launches its new iPhone 5S and 5C models at locations in China. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
KOREA-ECONOMY/RATES
RTX12DFQ 
August 08, 2013 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Kim Choong-soo arrives at the bank in Seoul August 8, 2013. The Bank of... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Kim arrives at the bank in Seoul 
Governor of the Bank of Korea Kim Choong-soo arrives at the bank in Seoul August 8, 2013. The Bank of Korea left its policy interest rate untouched on Thursday for a third straight month, widely perceived as ending an easing cycle that began a year ago, and has seen South Korea's economy turn to recovery. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CROATIA/
RTX112ZD 
June 27, 2013 
New 25 Kunas coins with European Union stars are seen during presentation in Croatian National Bank in... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
New 25 Kunas coins with European Union stars are seen during presentation in Croatian National Bank in... 
New 25 Kunas coins with European Union stars are seen during presentation in Croatian National Bank in Zagreb June 27, 2013. On July 1, Croatia will become the 28th member of the EU. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
FRANCE/
RTX10DY6 
June 06, 2013 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Autodestruction, 1990' by artist Arman with sickles and hammers is... 
Paris, France 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Autodestruction, 1990' by artist Arman is displayed during the exhibition... 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Autodestruction, 1990' by artist Arman with sickles and hammers is displayed during the exhibition "On/Off Berlin Wall" part of the historical Sylvestre Verger Collection in Paris June 6, 2013. Since 1990, sections of 1x 1,20m, from the untouched fragments of the wall securing the Berliner No Man’s Land serve as a support by major artists. The collection of the 48 concrete sections of the former Berlin Wall, under the name of Artists for Freedom, will be auctioned today. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
FRANCE/
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June 06, 2013 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Zone de haute Tension, 1990' decorated by artist Peter Klasen is displayed... 
Paris, France 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Zone de haute Tension, 1990' by artist Peter Klasen is displayed during... 
A slab from the Berlin Wall named 'Zone de haute Tension, 1990' decorated by artist Peter Klasen is displayed during the exhibition "On/Off Berlin Wall" part of the historical Sylvestre Verger Collection in Paris June 6, 2013. Since 1990, sections of 1x 1,20m, from the untouched fragments of the wall securing the Berliner No Man’s Land serve as a support by major artists. The collection of the 48 concrete sections of the former Berlin Wall, under the name of Artists for Freedom, will be auctioned today. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
FRANCE/
RTX10DXV 
June 06, 2013 
A slab from Berlin Wall named 'Nonstop, 1990' by artist Eric Bulatov is displayed during the exhibition... 
Paris, France 
A slab from Berlin Wall named 'Nonstop' decorated by artist Eric Bulatov is displayed during the exhibition... 
A slab from Berlin Wall named 'Nonstop, 1990' by artist Eric Bulatov is displayed during the exhibition "On/Off Berlin Wall" a part of the historical Sylvestre Verger Collection in Paris June 6, 2013. Since 1990, sections of 1x 1,20m, from the untouched fragments of the wall securing the Berliner No Man’s Land serve as a support by major artists. The collection of the 48 concrete sections of the former Berlin Wall, under the name of Artists for Freedom, will be auctioned today. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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RTXZF3W 
May 08, 2013 
A view of the newly constructed bridge over the Danube River, that links Calafat in Romania to Vidin... 
Calafat, Romania 
A view of the newly constructed bridge over the Danube River, that links Calafat in Romania to Vidin... 
A view of the newly constructed bridge over the Danube River, that links Calafat in Romania to Vidin in Bulgaria, is pictured as finishing touches are made before its inauguration, 320 km (199 miles) southwest of Bucharest, May 8, 2013. The bridge, measuring 2km (1.24 miles) long and built with a budget of 275 million euros ($362 million), is the biggest construction project in Bulgaria and one of the most important projects supported by the European Union, constructors said. It includes a road and railway track. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
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May 08, 2013 
Lines of cars and pick-up trucks at Italy's biggest container port Gioia Tauro in the southern Italian... 
Gioia Tauro, Italy 
Lines of cars and pick-up trucks at Italy's biggest container port Gioia Tauro in the southern Italian... 
Lines of cars and pick-up trucks at Italy's biggest container port Gioia Tauro in the southern Italian region of Calabria are seen from a helicopter, November 8, 2012. Picture taken November 8, 2012. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TRANSPORT)
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April 19, 2013 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political... 
Quetta, Pakistan 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the APML political party Musharraf chant slogans... 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party Pervez Musharraf, chant slogans while holding a poster of him (bottom L) and Muhammad Ali Jinnah (top L), founder and first governor-general of Pakistan, as they gather outside a press club in Quetta April 19, 2013. Pakistani police took Musharraf into custody on Friday to face allegations he overstepped his powers while in office, marking a dramatic break with a political culture in which military rulers have remained untouchable.
REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTXYSAC 
April 19, 2013 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political... 
Quetta, Pakistan 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the APML political party Musharraf in Quetta 
Supporters of Pakistan's former president and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party Pervez Musharraf, chant slogans while holding a poster of him (bottom L) and Muhammad Ali Jinnah (top L), founder and first governor-general of Pakistan, as they gather outside the press club in Quetta April 19, 2013. Pakistani police took Musharraf into custody on Friday to face allegations he overstepped his powers while in office, marking a dramatic break with a political culture in which military rulers have remained untouchable.
REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTXYS61 
April 19, 2013 
Paramilitary soldiers patrol near the police headquarters in Islamabad April 19, 2013. Pakistani police... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Paramilitary soldiers patrol near the police headquarters in Islamabad 
Paramilitary soldiers patrol near the police headquarters in Islamabad April 19, 2013. Pakistani police took former president Pervez Musharraf into custody on Friday to face allegations he overstepped his powers while in office, marking a dramatic break with a political culture in which military rulers have remained untouchable. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF/
RTXYS5M 
April 19, 2013 
Policeman checks the identity card of a man on a motorcycle at a checkpoint near the police headquarters... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Policeman checks the identity card of a man on a motorcycle at a checkpoint near the police headquarters... 
Policeman checks the identity card of a man on a motorcycle at a checkpoint near the police headquarters in Islamabad April 19, 2013. Pakistani police took former president Pervez Musharraf into custody on Friday to face allegations he overstepped his powers while in office, marking a dramatic break with a political culture in which military rulers have remained untouchable. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF
RTXYRW0 
April 19, 2013 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party Pervez Musharraf, on the outskirts of Islamabad April 19, 2013. A Pakistani judge placed former president and army chief Pervez Musharraf under house arrest on Friday in the boldest step yet by the country's courts against senior military officers long deemed untouchable by the law. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF
RTXYRVW 
April 19, 2013 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Police officers are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party Pervez Musharraf, on the outskirts of Islamabad, April 19, 2013. A Pakistani judge placed former president and army chief Pervez Musharraf under house arrest on Friday in the boldest step yet by the country's courts against senior military officers long deemed untouchable by the law. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
PAKISTAN-MUSHARRAF
RTXYRVT 
April 19, 2013 
Journalists are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Journalists are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan... 
Journalists are seen outside the residence of Pakistan's former President and head of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) political party Pervez Musharraf, on the outskirts of Islamabad, April 19, 2013. A Pakistani judge placed former president and army chief Pervez Musharraf under house arrest on Friday in the boldest step yet by the country's courts against senior military officers long deemed untouchable by the law. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
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ALBANIA
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January 25, 2013 
Zef, 12, whose family has been confined inside the walls of their home to avoid becoming the victims... 
Shkoder, Albania 
Zef looks out of the window beyond his own front yard in Bardhaj 
Zef, 12, whose family has been confined inside the walls of their home to avoid becoming the victims of a blood feud, looks out of the window beyond his own front yard in the village of Bardhaj, January 25, 2013. For Zef, that is as far as he and his younger siblings are allowed outside their home over the past 10 years because the aggrieved family has imposed on their family the harsh rule of the Kanun, a 15th century Balkan code that gives it the right to kill the man who pulled the trigger in retribution. But a modern-day interpretation of the Kanun after Albania toppled communism means not just males from the offending family but even children and women might not be spared. Children and women are considered untouchable under the medieval code that many use to justify the killings, which have increased since Albania toppled communism two decades ago, but no one is considered safe nowadays unless the aggrieved family does not expressly pledge to spare them. The government, which has been unsuccessfully trying to stamp out the phenomenon, provides the family with a subsidy of 22 euro a month and a teacher visits the children twice a week to help them catch up with lessons. The family refused to reveal their family name for fear of retaliation. REUTERS/Arben Celi 
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December 31, 2012 
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris (R) runs untouched on a 32-yard touchdown against the... 
Landover, UNITED STATES 
Washington Redskins' Morris runs a touchdown against Dallas Cowboys during their NFL football game in... 
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris (R) runs untouched on a 32-yard touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys in the second half of their NFL football game in Landover, Maryland December 30, 2012. Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is at left. Washington defeated Dallas for first place in the NFC East and moves on to the NFL playoffs next week. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL) 
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December 31, 2012 
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris runs untouched on a 32-yard touchdown against the Dallas... 
Landover, UNITED STATES 
Redskins running back Morris runs untouched on a 32-yard touchdown against the Cowboys during their NFL... 
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris runs untouched on a 32-yard touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys in the second half of their NFL football game in Landover, Maryland December 30, 2012. Washington defeated Dallas for first place in the NFC East and moves on to the NFL playoffs next week. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL) 
CHINA-PROPERTY/POLICY
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December 26, 2012 
A man stands between new residential buildings on the outskirts of Taiyuan, Shanxi province, December... 
Taiyuan, China 
A man stands between new residential buildings on the outskirts of Taiyuan 
A man stands between new residential buildings on the outskirts of Taiyuan, Shanxi province, December 24, 2012. China will extend its property tightening policies into 2013 to choke speculative buying while expanding its trial property tax, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday, citing the country's housing ministry. Picture taken on December 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
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November 06, 2012 
South African Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus shows off South Africa's new banknotes, which features... 
Pretoria, South Africa 
South African Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus shows off South Africa's new banknotes before conducting... 
South African Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus shows off South Africa's new banknotes, which features an image of former president Nelson Mandela on the front and images of the country's "Big Five" wild animals on the reverse, before conducting the first transaction in Pretoria, November 6, 2012. South Africa immortalised former president Nelson Mandela on Tuesday in a set of new banknotes bearing the image of the anti-apartheid leader, who remains a rare unifying force in a country still scarred by its racially divided past. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
MYANMAR-TRANSPORTATION/
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October 10, 2012 
A potential customer breastfeeds her baby at a saloon for newly imported cars in central Yangon September... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
A potential customer breastfeeds her baby at a saloon for newly imported cars in central Yangon 
A potential customer breastfeeds her baby at a saloon for newly imported cars in central Yangon September 23, 2012. Saloons with newly imported vehicles recently mushroomed across the country offering everything from Indian micro cars to super expensive Rolls Royce models. It is much easier and cheaper to import cars nowadays. The incredibly complicated and expensive procedure has been replaced with something more affordable. As Myanmar opens up, the most immediate physical changes are on its streets, as new cars begin plying roads long dominated by rattletrap buses and rusting taxis. Barely changed since the British colonial era in the early 20th century, some of the decades-old buses and trains are starting to be retired. Picture taken September 23, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)

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July 13, 2012 
A man makes his way across the roof of the Opera House as the sun sets in Oslo, Norway June 20, 2012.... 
Oslo, Norway 
A man makes his way across the roof of the Opera House as the sun sets in Oslo 
A man makes his way across the roof of the Opera House as the sun sets in Oslo, Norway June 20, 2012. In Oslo, the economy has been untouched by the recession and it is a vibrant city with people still spending on everything from housing to consumer goods. Like Dublin ten years ago, there are major building projects underway with luxury apartments being constructed on the waterfront. Ireland now, by contrast, is in a much worse place. The country suffered one of the deepest recessions in Europe after years of reckless decisions made by the country's banks and policymakers brought about a financial crisis that eventually led to Dublin seeking an 85 billion euro ($104 billion) EU/IMF bailout in November 2010. Picture taken June 20, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORWAY - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSPACE POLITICS SOCIETY)

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