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SPAIN-CAIXABANK/
RTX33DB1
March 30, 2017
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a...
Barcelona, Spain
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference at the company...
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a technology agreement with Samsung and Visa at the company headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, March 30, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN-CAIXABANK/
RTX33DB0
March 30, 2017
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a...
Barcelona, Spain
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference at the company...
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a technology agreement with Samsung and Visa at the company headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, March 30, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN-CAIXABANK/
RTX33D9R
March 30, 2017
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a...
Barcelona, Spain
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference at the company...
CaixaBank's Chief Business Officer Juan Antonio Alcaraz Garcia attends a news conference presenting a technology agreement with Samsung and Visa at the company headquarters in Barcelona, Spain, March 30, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
VISA-RESULTS/
RTSIG12
July 18, 2016
Visa credit cards are seen in this picture illustration taken June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev/Illustration/File...
Moscow, Russia
View shows Visa credit cards
Visa credit cards are seen in this picture illustration taken June 9, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev/Illustration/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH "BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD JULY 18" FOR ALL IMAGES
ECUADOR-CUBA/PROTEST
RTX1W6LK
November 28, 2015
People protest near the Ecuadorean embassy a day after the announcement that Cubans would need visas...
Havana, Cuba
People protest near the Ecuadorean embassy in Havana
People protest near the Ecuadorean embassy a day after the announcement that Cubans would need visas to enter Ecuador as of December 1, Havana, November 27, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTX1O9ZO
August 14, 2015
Asylum seekers await inside a train to depart to a refugee camp after crossing the border into the European...
Szeged, Hungary
A Picture And Its Story: Migration: Paths to Europe
Asylum seekers await inside a train to depart to a refugee camp after crossing the border into the European Union's visa-free Schengen travel zone, in Szeged, Hungary July 30, 2015. The Mediterranean has become the world's most deadly border zone for migrants. More than 2,000 migrants and refugees have died so far this year in attempts to reach Europe by boat, the International Organization for Migration said last week. The Turkey-Greece route has resurfaced these summer months as a thriving business for smugglers profiting from the stream of people fleeing war and poverty. Reuters photographers on assignment in France, Greece, Hungary and Malta capture the drama of migrants on the move.Laszlo Balogh: "The immigrants get a mixed reception from Hungarians. While many locals feel for their plight and want to help them in some way, others are fearful of the new arrivals." REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYSEARCH "EUROPE-MIGRANTS/" FOR ALL PICTURES
MARKETS-STOCKS/
RTR4RRZC
March 02, 2015
Specialist trader Donald Himpelle (L) gives the opening price for Visa at the post where it's traded...
New York, UNITED STATES
Specialist trader Donald Himpelle gives the opening price for Visa at the post where it's traded on the...
Specialist trader Donald Himpelle (L) gives the opening price for Visa at the post where it's traded on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange March 2, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-USA/
RTR4DU8O
November 12, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first...
Beijing, China
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first group of ten-year visas to
Chinese citizens at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, November 12, 2014. China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens multiple-entry business and tourist visas with a maximum validity of ten years, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-USA/
RTR4DU8G
November 12, 2014
IBM employee Yang Bo shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) after being the first...
Beijing, China
IBM employee Yang shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State Kerry after being first Chinese citizen to...
IBM employee Yang Bo shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) after being the first Chinese citizen to be issued a ten-year visa, and receiving it from Kerry during a ceremony at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, November 12, 2014. China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens multiple-entry business and tourist visas with a maximum validity of ten years, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-USA/
RTR4DU7L
November 12, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (3rd R) chats with one of Chinese teacher Peng Ye (4th R)'s four students...
Beijing, China
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry chats with one of Chinese teacher Peng's four students during an issuance...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (3rd R) chats with one of Chinese teacher Peng Ye (4th R)'s four students during an issuance ceremony to be the first Chinese citizens to receive ten-year U.S. visas from Kerry at the U.S. embassy, in Beijing, November 12, 2014. China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens multiple-entry business and tourist visas with a maximum validity of ten years, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHINA-USA/
RTR4DU69
November 12, 2014
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first...
Beijing, China
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a speech during a ceremony to mark the issuance of the first group of ten-year visas to
Chinese citizens at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, November 12, 2014. China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens multiple-entry business and tourist visas with a maximum validity of ten years, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-USA/
RTR4DU1H
November 12, 2014
IBM employee Yang Bo shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) after being the first...
Beijing, China
IBM employee Yang shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State Kerry after being first Chinese citizen to...
IBM employee Yang Bo shakes hands with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L) after being the first Chinese citizen to be issued a ten-year visa, and receiving it from Kerry during a ceremony at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, November 12, 2014. China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens multiple-entry business and tourist visas with a maximum validity of ten years, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-BANKS/CLEARING
RTR4C55U
October 30, 2014
A woman rides past the Mastercard Centre in Beijing, October 30, 2014. Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc welcome...
Beijing, China
A woman rides past the Mastercard Centre in Beijing
A woman rides past the Mastercard Centre in Beijing, October 30, 2014. Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc welcome China's plans to open up its market for clearing domestic bank card transactions, as they stand to gain access to a growing market worth more than $1 trillion a year. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING
RTR49WIT
October 13, 2014
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men...
Mexico City, Mexico
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men hauled Quinonez off a bus outside Reynosa. The driver, who let the men on, laughed as they dragged her off, she said. The men put her in a small house with 30 other migrants and called her cousin in the United States, asking him for $2,000 to free her, or $4,000 to move her north across the border. When her cousin told them he couldn't pay, Quinonez feared she would be killed. Quinonez was later rescued and has a one-year visa to stay in Mexico, where she advocates for migrant rights. Tens of thousands of Central American migrants are being kidnapped, abused and extorted by Mexican gangs just yards from the United States in a growing racket that may be worth up to $250 million (155.61 million pounds) a year. The kidnapping of Central American migrants, some of the poorest people in the Americas, is not new. But a recent surge in the number of Central American migrants heading for the United States - coupled with successful operations by Mexican security forces to disrupt cartels' drug business - has turned a former sideline into an increasingly important revenue stream for rank and file cartel members. To match Insight USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING Picture taken September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING
RTR49WIP
October 13, 2014
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men...
Mexico City, Mexico
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men hauled Quinonez off a bus outside Reynosa. The driver, who let the men on, laughed as they dragged her off, she said. The men put her in a small house with 30 other migrants and called her cousin in the United States, asking him for $2,000 to free her, or $4,000 to move her north across the border. When her cousin told them he couldn't pay, Quinonez feared she would be killed. Quinonez was later rescued and has a one-year visa to stay in Mexico, where she advocates for migrant rights. Tens of thousands of Central American migrants are being kidnapped, abused and extorted by Mexican gangs just yards from the United States in a growing racket that may be worth up to $250 million (155.61 million pounds) a year. The kidnapping of Central American migrants, some of the poorest people in the Americas, is not new. But a recent surge in the number of Central American migrants heading for the United States - coupled with successful operations by Mexican security forces to disrupt cartels' drug business - has turned a former sideline into an increasingly important revenue stream for rank and file cartel members. To match Insight USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING Picture taken September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING
RTR49WG5
October 12, 2014
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men...
Mexico City, Mexico
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City
Honduran Paola Quinonez speaks to Reuters in Mexico City September 3, 2014. On June 13, a group of men hauled Quinonez off a bus outside Reynosa. The driver, who let the men on, laughed as they dragged her off, she said. The men put her in a small house with 30 other migrants and called her cousin in the United States, asking him for $2,000 to free her, or $4,000 to move her north across the border. When her cousin told them he couldn't pay, Quinonez feared she would be killed. Quinonez was later rescued and has a one-year visa to stay in Mexico, where she advocates for migrant rights. Tens of thousands of Central American migrants are being kidnapped, abused and extorted by Mexican gangs just yards from the United States in a growing racket that may be worth up to $250 million (155.61 million pounds) a year. The kidnapping of Central American migrants, some of the poorest people in the Americas, is not new. But a recent surge in the number of Central American migrants heading for the United States - coupled with successful operations by Mexican security forces to disrupt cartels' drug business - has turned a former sideline into an increasingly important revenue stream for rank and file cartel members. To match Insight USA-IMMIGRATION/KIDNAPPING Picture taken September 3, 2014. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-SANCTIONS
RTR46FZ8
September 16, 2014
A sign with a logo of Gazprombank for Visa, MasterCard and Union Card is seen on the door of a shop in...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A sign with a logo of Gazprombank for Visa, MasterCard and Union Card is seen on the door of a shop in...
A sign with a logo of Gazprombank for Visa, MasterCard and Union Card is seen on the door of a shop in St. Petersburg, September 16, 2014. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
THAILAND-ECONOMY/TOURISM
RTR4510X
September 05, 2014
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make vacationing in a country...
Bangkok, Thailand
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand?s military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total arrivals in July, but they also proved among the most nervous, with numbers slumping more than other nationalities after May's military coup. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS POLITICS)
THAILAND-ECONOMY/TOURISM
RTR4510T
September 05, 2014
Chinese tourists take photographs as they visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make...
Bangkok, Thailand
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok
Chinese tourists take photographs as they visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand's military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total arrivals in July, but they also proved among the most nervous, with numbers slumping more than other nationalities after May's military coup. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS POLITICS)
THAILAND-ECONOMY/TOURISM
RTR45101
September 05, 2014
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make vacationing in a country...
Bangkok, Thailand
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok
Chinese tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok September 4, 2014. To make vacationing in a country still under martial law a little more attractive, Thailand?s military junta is offering tourists from China free visas. Chinese are the biggest visitors to Thailand, accounting for 18 percent of total arrivals in July, but they also proved among the most nervous, with numbers slumping more than other nationalities after May's military coup. Picture taken September 4, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS POLITICS)
JAPAN-SCHINDLER/MELAMED
RTR3WKCB
July 01, 2014
Leo Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group, listens to Japan's Prime Minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of CME Group, listens to Japan's PM Abe at the prime minister's official residence...
Leo Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group, listens to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. On Monday, Melamed, 82, was back in Japan to honour Chiune Sugihara, who over a period of roughly a month issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape war-torn Lithuania and the advancing Nazis - saving several times as many people as Oskar Schindler, made famous in the film "Schindler's List." In 1940, Melamed, a small Jewish boy fleeing the Nazis, was put in to a remote Japanese port and saved by Sugihara, the Japanese consul who issued exit visas from Lithuania against his government's orders. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION PROFILE)
JAPAN-SCHINDLER/MELAMED
RTR3WKBU
July 01, 2014
Leo Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group, shakes hands with Japan's...
Tokyo, Japan
Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of CME Group, shakes hands with Japan's PM Abe at the prime minister's official...
Leo Melamed, Chairman Emeritus of Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group, shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo July 1, 2014. On Monday, Melamed, 82, was back in Japan to honour Chiune Sugihara, who over a period of roughly a month issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape war-torn Lithuania and the advancing Nazis - saving several times as many people as Oskar Schindler, made famous in the film "Schindler's List." In 1940, Melamed, a small Jewish boy fleeing the Nazis, was put in to a remote Japanese port and saved by Sugihara, the Japanese consul who issued exit visas from Lithuania against his government's orders. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION PROFILE)
JAPAN-SCHINDLER/MELAMED
RTR3WE91
June 30, 2014
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with...
Tokyo, Japan
CME group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo June 30, 2014. On Monday, Melamed, 82, was back in Japan to honour Chiune Sugihara, who over a period of roughly a month issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape war-torn Lithuania and the advancing Nazis - saving several times as many people as Oskar Schindler, made famous in the film "Schindler's List." In 1940, Melamed, a small Jewish boy fleeing the Nazis, was put in to a remote Japanese port and saved by Sugihara, the Japanese consul who issued exit visas from Lithuania against his government's orders. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-SCHINDLER/MELAMED
RTR3WE8Y
June 30, 2014
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with...
Tokyo, Japan
CME group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo June 30, 2014. On Monday, Melamed, 82, was back in Japan to honour Chiune Sugihara, who over a period of roughly a month issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape war-torn Lithuania and the advancing Nazis - saving several times as many people as Oskar Schindler, made famous in the film "Schindler's List." In 1940, Melamed, a small Jewish boy fleeing the Nazis, was put in to a remote Japanese port and saved by Sugihara, the Japanese consul who issued exit visas from Lithuania against his government's orders. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
JAPAN-SCHINDLER/MELAMED
RTR3WE8W
June 30, 2014
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with...
Tokyo, Japan
CME group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group's Chairman Emeritus Leo Melamed speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo June 30, 2014. On Monday, Melamed, 82, was back in Japan to honour Chiune Sugihara, who over a period of roughly a month issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape war-torn Lithuania and the advancing Nazis - saving several times as many people as Oskar Schindler, made famous in the film "Schindler's List." In 1940, Melamed, a small Jewish boy fleeing the Nazis, was put in to a remote Japanese port and saved by Sugihara, the Japanese consul who issued exit visas from Lithuania against his government's orders. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION PROFILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3TFZ3
June 12, 2014
Coca Cola cans are seen at a concession inside the Dunas arena soccer stadium in Natal, June 12 , 2014....
Natal (Brazil), Brazil
Coca Cola cans are seen at a concession inside the Dunas arena soccer stadium in Natal
Coca Cola cans are seen at a concession inside the Dunas arena soccer stadium in Natal, June 12 , 2014. Sponsors Adidas , Sony, Visa and Coca-Cola on June 8 called on soccer's rulers to deal thoroughly with allegations of bribery to secure the 2022 World Cup for Qatar, an issue overshadowing this week's kickoff in Brazil. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3T37Z
June 10, 2014
Italy's national soccer player Mario Balotelli kicks the ball as an Adidas advertising banner is seen...
MANGARATIBA, Brazil
Italy's national soccer player Balotelli kicks the ball as an Adidas advertising banner is seen during...
Italy's national soccer player Mario Balotelli kicks the ball as an Adidas advertising banner is seen during a training session ahead of the 2014 World Cup at the Portobello training center in Mangaratiba June 10, 2014. Sponsors Adidas , Sony, Visa and Coca-Cola on Sunday called on soccer's rulers to deal thoroughly with allegations of bribery to secure the 2022 World Cup for Qatar, an issue overshadowing this week's kickoff in Brazil. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP BUSINESS LOGO)
SOCCER-WORLD/SONY
RTR3T36K
June 10, 2014
A Visa advertising banner is pictured as Italy's national soccer goalkeepers Gianluigi Buffon and Salvatore...
MANGARATIBA, Brazil
A Visa advertising banner is pictured as Italy's national soccer goalkeepers Buffon and Sirigu drink...
A Visa advertising banner is pictured as Italy's national soccer goalkeepers Gianluigi Buffon and Salvatore Sirigu drink during a training session ahead of the 2014 World Cup at the Portobello training center in Mangaratiba June 10, 2014. Sponsors Adidas , Sony, Visa and Coca-Cola on Sunday called on soccer's rulers to deal thoroughly with allegations of bribery to secure the 2022 World Cup for Qatar, an issue overshadowing this week's kickoff in Brazil. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP BUSINESS LOGO)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5QH
April 29, 2014
A nun walks her dog past Haitian immigrants at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where the immigrants...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A nun walks her dog past Haitian immigrants at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where the immigrants...
A nun walks her dog past Haitian immigrants at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where the immigrants are staying in a shelter, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5QE
April 29, 2014
A man shows the Work and Social Security (CTPS) documents of Haitian immigrants, required for foreigners...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man shows the Work and Social Security documents of Haitian immigrants at the Nossa Senhora da Paz...
A man shows the Work and Social Security (CTPS) documents of Haitian immigrants, required for foreigners providing professional services in Brazil, at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church where they are living, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5Q3
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants wait for their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants wait for their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are...
Haitian immigrants wait for their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5Q1
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrant Jean Eddy Baptichon, 35, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrant Baptichon, 35, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter where Haitians...
Haitian immigrant Jean Eddy Baptichon, 35, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter where Haitians immigrants are living in Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5PU
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants stand inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants stand inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic...
Haitian immigrants stand inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5PT
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants rest inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants rest inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church...
Haitian immigrants rest inside a shelter where they are living at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5PA
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrant Andriche Cezaire, 32, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter, where...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrant Cezaire, 32, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter, where Haitian...
Haitian immigrant Andriche Cezaire, 32, poses for a portrait holding his passport inside a shelter, where Haitian immigrants are living, in Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5P9
April 29, 2014
The daughter of a Haitian immigrant looks on as she waits to eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The daughter of a Haitian immigrant looks on as she waits to eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic...
The daughter of a Haitian immigrant looks on as she waits to eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5P8
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants line up to receive food at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants line up to receive food at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are...
Haitian immigrants line up to receive food at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5OZ
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter...
Haitian immigrants eat at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5OS
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrants line up to sign their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrants line up to sign their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where...
Haitian immigrants line up to sign their documents at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5OL
April 29, 2014
A Haitian immigrant rests next to her luggage at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where she...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrant rests next to her luggage at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where she is...
A Haitian immigrant rests next to her luggage at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic Church, where she is living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5OG
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrant Elicia Jean Mary, 37, poses for a portrait holding her passport at a shelter where...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrant Jean Mary, 37, poses for a portrait holding her passport at a shelter where Haitians...
Haitian immigrant Elicia Jean Mary, 37, poses for a portrait holding her passport at a shelter where Haitians immigrants are living, in Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5OB
April 29, 2014
Haitian immigrant Yvio Thelusma, 25, poses for a portrait holding his passport at a shelter, where Haitians...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitian immigrant Thelusma, 25, poses for a portrait holding his passport at a shelter, where Haitians...
Haitian immigrant Yvio Thelusma, 25, poses for a portrait holding his passport at a shelter, where Haitians immigrants are living, in Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3N5O8
April 29, 2014
Haitians immigrants gather at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Haitians immigrants gather at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside...
Haitians immigrants gather at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church, where they are living inside a shelter of the church, in the Glicerio neighborhood of Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work from the northern state of Acre. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3MZVV
April 28, 2014
Brazil's Labour Minister Manoel Dias talks on his mobile phone inside a shelter, where Haitians immigrants...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazil's Labour Minister Manoel Dias talks on his mobile phone inside a shelter, where Haitians immigrants...
Brazil's Labour Minister Manoel Dias talks on his mobile phone inside a shelter, where Haitians immigrants are living at, in Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church in Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work at the northern state of Acre, local media reported. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTR3MZVN
April 28, 2014
Brazil's Labour Minister Manoel Dias holds the Work and Social Security (CTPS) document of a Haitian...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazil's Labour Minister Dias holds the CTPS document of a Haitian immigrant at the Nossa Senhora da...
Brazil's Labour Minister Manoel Dias holds the Work and Social Security (CTPS) document of a Haitian immigrant (2nd R), required for foreigners providing professional services in Brazil, at the Nossa Senhora da Paz Catholic church in Sao Paulo April 28, 2014. Two years ago, the Brazil government announced the creation of a humanitarian visa that would be exclusively issued to Haitian refugees after the devastating 2010 earthquake on the island. Around 800 Haitians immigrants have arrived in the last two weeks in Sao Paulo looking for work at the northern state of Acre, local media reported. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-NUCLEAR
RTR3IZQ2
March 28, 2014
Sergei Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant...
FOKINO, Russia
Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant in...
Sergei Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant in the town of Fokino in Russia's far-eastern Primorsky region March 28, 2014. Russia's nuclear industry contracts with other countries could be affected by Western sanctions, the head of state nuclear corporation Rosatom was quoted as saying on Thursday. After hitting Russian officials and lawmakers with visa bans and asset freezes over Moscow's annexation of Crimea, the United States and European Union are threatening measures affecting entire economic sectors if Russia continues to act aggressively. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEADSHOT POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/RUSSIA-NUCLEAR
RTR3IZPV
March 28, 2014
Sergei Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant...
FOKINO, Russia
Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant in...
Sergei Kiriyenko, head of state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, visits a nuclear waste disposal plant in the town of Fokino in Russia's far-eastern Primorsky region March 28, 2014. Russia's nuclear industry contracts with other countries could be affected by Western sanctions, the head of state nuclear corporation Rosatom was quoted as saying on Thursday. After hitting Russian officials and lawmakers with visa bans and asset freezes over Moscow's annexation of Crimea, the United States and European Union are threatening measures affecting entire economic sectors if Russia continues to act aggressively. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT HEADSHOT POLITICS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH
RTR3I48V
March 22, 2014
A view of a country house or "dacha" in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk some 130 km...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A view of a country house in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk
A view of a country house or "dacha" in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk some 130 km outside St. Petersburg, in this picture taken January 11, 2014. Four years before he become Russia's president, Vladimir Putin built himself a lakeside cottage in woodland outside St Petersburg. He has come a long way since then. So too have some of the friends who were his neighbours in the gated community by Lake Komsomolsk, named after the Communist Party's youth wing. Three of the eight founding members of the Ozero (Lake) housing cooperative that was set up to manage the dachas were targeted in the latest round of U.S. sanctions on Thursday over Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region. The U.S. Treasury Department specifically mentioned the Ozero link to Putin in a statement explaining the sanctions, which imposed visa bans and asset freezes on some of his inner circle. The message is not only that Putin should change tack over Crimea. It is also that the political system he has built - concentrating power in the hands of a powerful president - is at best faulty, at worst corrupt. To match story UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH Picture taken January 11, 2014. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH
RTR3I48S
March 22, 2014
A view of a country house or "dacha" in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk some 130 km...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A view of a country house in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk
A view of a country house or "dacha" in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk some 130 km outside St. Petersburg, in this picture taken January 11, 2014. Four years before he become Russia's president, Vladimir Putin built himself a lakeside cottage in woodland outside St Petersburg. He has come a long way since then. So too have some of the friends who were his neighbours in the gated community by Lake Komsomolsk, named after the Communist Party's youth wing. Three of the eight founding members of the Ozero (Lake) housing cooperative that was set up to manage the dachas were targeted in the latest round of U.S. sanctions on Thursday over Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region. The U.S. Treasury Department specifically mentioned the Ozero link to Putin in a statement explaining the sanctions, which imposed visa bans and asset freezes on some of his inner circle. The message is not only that Putin should change tack over Crimea. It is also that the political system he has built - concentrating power in the hands of a powerful president - is at best faulty, at worst corrupt. To match story UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH Picture taken January 11, 2014. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH
RTR3I48P
March 22, 2014
A view of the former country house or "dacha" of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Ozero housing...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A view of the former country house of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Ozero housing cooperative...
A view of the former country house or "dacha" of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Ozero housing cooperative by lake Komsomolsk, some 130 km outside St. Petersburg, in this picture taken January 11, 2014. Four years before he become Russia's president, Vladimir Putin built himself a lakeside cottage in woodland outside St Petersburg. He has come a long way since then. So too have some of the friends who were his neighbours in the gated community by Lake Komsomolsk, named after the Communist Party's youth wing. Three of the eight founding members of the Ozero (Lake) housing cooperative that was set up to manage the dachas were targeted in the latest round of U.S. sanctions on Thursday over Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region. The U.S. Treasury Department specifically mentioned the Ozero link to Putin in a statement explaining the sanctions, which imposed visa bans and asset freezes on some of his inner circle. The message is not only that Putin should change tack over Crimea. It is also that the political system he has built - concentrating power in the hands of a powerful president - is at best faulty, at worst corrupt. To match story UKRAINE-CRISIS/PUTIN-WEALTH Picture taken January 11, 2014. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I18O
March 21, 2014
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg March 21,...
St.Petersburg, Russia
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I18M
March 21, 2014
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg March 21,...
St.Petersburg, Russia
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg
The address plaque of Bank Rossiya is seen outside the bank's head office in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I189
March 21, 2014
A man walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A man walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg
A man walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I188
March 21, 2014
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I186
March 21, 2014
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg
A general view of the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I184
March 21, 2014
A client uses a Bank Rossiya automated teller machine (ATM) in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A client uses a Bank Rossiya ATM in St.Petersburg
A client uses a Bank Rossiya automated teller machine (ATM) in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I17Y
March 21, 2014
A woman walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A woman walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg
A woman walks past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ROSSIYA-VISA
RTR3I17O
March 21, 2014
People walk past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard...
St.Petersburg, Russia
People walk past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St.Petersburg
People walk past the head office of Bank Rossiya in St. Petersburg March 21, 2014. Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc have stopped, without notification, providing services for payment transactions for clients at Russia's Bank Rossiya, the sanctions-hit bank said on Friday. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/JAPAN
RTR3HNLZ
March 19, 2014
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against...
Tokyo, Japan
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against...
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against Crimea joining Russia, in front of the venue of the 6th Russia-Japan Investment Forum in Tokyo March 19, 2014. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday condemned Russia's move to annex Crimea as infringement of Ukrainian territorial integrity. Abe, speaking to a parliamentary committee, added that Japan will consult with its Group of Seven allies and look into taking further steps against Russia. Japan said on Tuesday it will suspend talks on investment and relaxation of visa requirements as part of sanctions against Russia. The placard reads, "Can you believe Russia ?" REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION BUSINESS)
UKRAINE-CRISIS/JAPAN
RTR3HNLY
March 19, 2014
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against...
Tokyo, Japan
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against...
Reverend Paul Koroluk from the St Jude Ukrainian Orthodox Mission holds a placard, as he protests against Crimea joining Russia, in front of the venue of the 6th Russia-Japan Investment Forum in Tokyo March 19, 2014. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday condemned Russia's move to annex Crimea as infringement of Ukrainian territorial integrity. Abe, speaking to a parliamentary committee, added that Japan will consult with its Group of Seven allies and look into taking further steps against Russia. Japan said on Tuesday it will suspend talks on investment and relaxation of visa requirements as part of sanctions against Russia. The placard reads, "Can you believe Russia ?" REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION BUSINESS)
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