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PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR48LYE
October 02, 2014
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate...
Manila, Philippines
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate...
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate change, which started at the Rizal Park in Manila October 2, 2014. The walk, which started today, will cover 1,000 kilometres starting from Manila to Tacloban City in central Philippines where super typhoon Haiyan struck heavily affecting tens of thousands residents. The walk will end on November 8, exactly a year after super typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the province, a organizer statement said. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR48LYD
October 02, 2014
Environmental advocates carry over their heads a giant purple globe, which participants say represents...
Manila, Philippines
Environmental advocates carry over their heads a giant purple globe as they participate in the "People's...
Environmental advocates carry over their heads a giant purple globe, which participants say represents their unhappiness towards genetically modified organism (GMO) products, as they participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate change, which started at the Rizal Park in Manila October 2, 2014. The walk, which started today, will cover 1,000 kilometres starting from Manila to Tacloban City in central Philippines where super typhoon Haiyan struck heavily affecting tens of thousands residents. The walk will end on November 8, exactly a year after super typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the province, a organizer statement said. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
PHILIPPINES-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR48LYC
October 02, 2014
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate...
Manila, Philippines
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate...
Environmental advocates participate in the "People's Walk for Climate Justice", a walkathon against climate change, which started at the Rizal Park in Manila October 2, 2014. The walk, which started today, will cover 1,000 kilometres starting from Manila to Tacloban City in central Philippines where super typhoon Haiyan struck heavily affecting tens of thousands residents. The walk will end on November 8, exactly a year after super typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the province, a organizer statement said. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
HONGKONG-VOTE/
RTR3USV8
June 20, 2014
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen (C), 82, takes part in a kick-off...
Hong Kong, China
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen takes part in a kickoff ceremony...
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen (C), 82, takes part in a kick-off ceremony to urge people to vote in an unofficial referendum June 20, 2014. Tens of thousands of people voted for full democracy in Hong Kong within the first hour of an unofficial online referendum, a civil campaign that has sparked warnings from China's Communist Party leaders. Social tensions have steadily risen in the former British colony that returned to Chinese rule in 1997 - with pro-democracy activists threatening to blockade part of the city's financial district if China doesn't allow opposition candidates to run in a 2017 election. Chinese characters on the banner reads "Walkathon to demand universal suffrage". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
HONGKONG-VOTE/
RTR3UST6
June 20, 2014
Supporters hold banners and placards at Hong Kong's financial Central district during a kick-off ceremony...
Hong Kong, China
Supporters hold banners and placards at Hong Kong's financial Central district during a kick-off ceremony...
Supporters hold banners and placards at Hong Kong's financial Central district during a kick-off ceremony to urge people to vote in an unofficial referendum June 20, 2014. Tens of thousands of people voted for full democracy in Hong Kong within the first hour of an unofficial online referendum, a civil campaign that has sparked warnings from China's Communist Party leaders. Social tensions have steadily risen in the former British colony that returned to Chinese rule in 1997 - with pro-democracy activists threatening to blockade part of the city's financial district if China doesn't allow opposition candidates to run in a 2017 election. Chinese characters on the banner reads "Walkathon to demand universal suffrage". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
HONGKONG-VOTE/
RTR3USS2
June 20, 2014
Hundreds of supporters walk past Hong Kong's financial Central district with banners and placards on...
Hong Kong, China
Hundreds of supporters walk past Hong Kong's financial Central district with banners and placards on...
Hundreds of supporters walk past Hong Kong's financial Central district with banners and placards on the last day of a seven-day walkathon, to urge people to vote in an unofficial referendum June 20, 2014. Tens of thousands of people voted for full democracy in Hong Kong within the first hour of an unofficial online referendum, a civil campaign that has sparked warnings from China's Communist Party leaders. Social tensions have steadily risen in the former British colony that returned to Chinese rule in 1997 - with pro-democracy activists threatening to blockade part of the city's financial district if China doesn't allow opposition candidates to run in a 2017 election. Chinese characters on the banner reads "Walkathon to demand universal suffrage". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/
RTR3TQEP
June 14, 2014
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen (2nd R) and former lawmaker Martin...
Hong Kong, China
Cardinal Zen and Martin Lee take part in a walkathon at Hong Kong's Mongkok district
Former head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong Cardinal Joseph Zen (2nd R) and former lawmaker Martin Lee (R) join more than a hundred pro-democracy activists during a walkathon at Hong Kong's Mongkok shopping district June 14, 2014. More than 30 pan-democratic and religious groups began a seven-day walkathon in the territory on Saturday, calling for genuine universal suffrage, government radio reported. China has warned Hong Kong earlier in the week that there were limits to its freedom and it should adhere strictly to the law ahead of a planned pro-democracy protest that could end up shutting down part of the financial hub's business district. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTR2V2GN
December 10, 2011
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits run together toward a finish line during a charity run to...
Seoul, South Korea
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits run together toward a finish line during a charity run to...
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits run together toward a finish line during a charity run to help the poor around Olympic Park in Seoul December 10, 2011. About one thousand people took part in the 5-kilometer (3.1 miles) walkathon and run events to donate money, organisers said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR2V2GK
December 10, 2011
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around...
Seoul, South Korea
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around...
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around Olympic Park in Seoul December 10, 2011. About one thousand people took part in the 5-kilometer (3.1 miles) walkathon and run events to donate money, organisers said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR2V2GJ
December 10, 2011
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around...
Seoul, South Korea
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around...
Participants dressed in Santa Claus outfits walk together during a charity event to help the poor around Olympic Park in Seoul December 10, 2011. About one thousand people took part in the 5-kilometer (3.1 miles) walkathon and run events to donate money, organisers said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY)
O SULLIVAN
RTXM4VS
August 23, 2003
Gillian O'Sullivan of Ireland celebrates finishing second in the women's 20km walk during the 9th World...
Paris, France
Gillian O'Sullivan of Ireland celebrates finishing second in the women's 20km walk during the 9th Wo.....
Gillian O'Sullivan of Ireland celebrates finishing second in the women's 20km walk during the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 24, 2003. [Russia's Yelena Nikolayeva won in one hour 26 minutes 52 seconds.]
NIKOLAYEVA
RTXM4VF
August 23, 2003
Russia's Yelena Nikolayeva powers her way to winning the women's 20km walk at the 9th World Athletics...
Paris, France
Russia's Yelena Nikolayeva powers her way to winning the women's 20km walk at the 9th World Athletic.....
Russia's Yelena Nikolayeva powers her way to winning the women's 20km walk at the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 24, 2003. Nikolayeva won in one hour 26 minutes 52 seconds.
ATHLETICS
RTXM4V4
August 23, 2003
World Champion Olimpiada Ivanova of Russia leads the field at the start of the women's 20km walk during...
Paris, France
World Champion Olimpiada Ivanova of Russia leads the field at the start of the women's 20km walk dur.....
World Champion Olimpiada Ivanova of Russia leads the field at the start of the women's 20km walk during the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 24, 2003.
ATHLETICS
RTXM4V3
August 23, 2003
Athletes walk at the start of the women's 20km walk during the 9th World Athletics Championships at the...
Paris, France
Athletes walk at the start of the women's 20km walk during the 9th World Athletics Championships at .....
Athletes walk at the start of the women's 20km walk during the 9th World Athletics Championships at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris August 24, 2003.
INDIA
RTR3ZA7
April 20, 2002
An Indian child wears a mask symbolising death as he holds a booklet
informing about the harmful effects...
Bombay, Republic of India
ANTI TOBACCO MARCH IN BOMBAY.
An Indian child wears a mask symbolising death as he holds a booklet
informing about the harmful effects of tobacco during a walkathon in
Bombay, April 20, 2002. Organised by 'Crusade Against Tobacco, a
non-governmental organisation, several Indian celebrities took part in
the walkathon, to create awareness among people about the ill effects
of tobacco consumption. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

AD/RCS
WALKATHON COURIC
RTR98XW
October 08, 2000
NBC's "Today" show co-anchor Katie Couric (L) greets one of the participants in the first "WebMD Rock...
Washington, USA
KATIE COURIC WITH CROWD AT CANCER WALKATHON.
NBC's "Today" show co-anchor Katie Couric (L) greets one of the participants in the first "WebMD Rock 'n Race to Fight Colon Cancer" on October 8, 2000 in Washington. Couric, who's husband died in 1998 from the disease, co-founded the event which included a 5 kilometers walk-a-thon and a concert by singer Paul Simon.

BK/ME
SINGAPORE
RTR4HL1
May 21, 2000
Singaporeans participate in the annual New Paper Walk along a highway in central Singapore May 21. About...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
SINGAPOREANS WALK IN CITY CENTRE.
Singaporeans participate in the annual New Paper Walk along a highway in central Singapore May 21. About 77,000 people participated in this year's 10 kilometre walkathon, with the organisers hoping the number of participants makes this year's event eligible to be entered in the Guiness Book of Records.

ST/PB
HONGKONG
RTRY05D
November 13, 1998
Three similarly dressed participants of the 100 km Trailwalker charity walkathon wait for the start of...
Hong Kong, China
PARTICIPANTS COMPETE IN THE ANNUAL 100KM WALKATHON IN HONG KONG.
Three similarly dressed participants of the 100 km Trailwalker charity walkathon wait for the start of the event aimed at raising HK$12 million (US$1.55 million) in Hong Kong November 13. Trailwalker was founded by the Queen's Gurkha Signals in 1981 and has been jointly organised with Oxfam Hong Kong since 1986 with Hongkong Bank as sponsor. Oxfam Hong Kong took up the role of overall organiser in 1997 after the Gurkhas left Hong Kong.

LC/JO/WS
HONGKONG
RTRY058
November 13, 1998
Some of about 3,000 participants compete in the annual 100 km Trailwalker charity walkathon in a bid...
Hong Kong, China
PARTICIPANTS COMPETE IN THE ANNUAL 100KM WALKATHON IN HONG KONG.
Some of about 3,000 participants compete in the annual 100 km Trailwalker charity walkathon in a bid to raise HK$12 million (US$1.55 million) in Hong Kong November 13. Trailwalker was founded by the Queen's Gurkha Signals in 1981 and has been jointly organised with Oxfam Hong Kong since 1986 with Hongkong Bank as sponsor. Oxfam Hong Kong took up the role of overall organiser in 1997 after the Gurkhas left Hong Kong.

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