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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SAFRICA-VACCINE
RTS5DBU6 
February 11, 2022 
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Belgium's Minister of Development... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus visits mRNA vaccine hub in Cape Town 
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Belgium's Minister of Development Cooperation Meryame Kitir visit a WHO-backed mRNA vaccine hub, in Cape Town, South Africa, February 11, 2022. REUTERS/Shelley Christians 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SAFRICA-VACCINE
RTS5DBR0 
February 11, 2022 
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Belgium's Minister of Development... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus visits mRNA vaccine hub in Cape Town 
World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Belgium's Minister of Development Cooperation Meryame Kitir are welcomed by Dr Imelda Jordaan, Executive of Regulatory compliance and quality for Afrigen Biologics and Vaccines, during their visit to a WHO-backed mRNA vaccine hub, in Cape Town, South Africa, February 11, 2022. REUTERS/Shelley Christians 
HEALTH-TRANSPLANT/PIG-GERMANY
RTS53M61 
January 24, 2022 
An employee of the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (LMU) uses a syringe to take oocytes from the... 
Oberschleissheim, Germany 
German researchers genetically modify pigs for transplantation into humans 
An employee of the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (LMU) uses a syringe to take oocytes from the ovaries of pigs at the Badersfeld bog test farm in Oberschleissheim, Germany, January 24, 2022. Scientists at LMU are using genetic engineering to grow donor organs in pigs. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Lukas Barth 
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTX7XQ5B 
September 24, 2020 
Attendees in white lab coats and medical scrubs listen to U.S. President Donald Trump speak about healthcare... 
Charlotte, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Donald Trump campaigns in Charlotte, North Carolina 
Attendees in white lab coats and medical scrubs listen to U.S. President Donald Trump speak about healthcare at a campaign event in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., September 24, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
EGYPT-QUARRYMEN/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1H2B4 
June 18, 2015 
Limestone dust coats the face of a worker during his shift at a quarry in the desert of Minya governorate,... 
MINYA, Egypt 
Wider Image: Egyptian Quarrymen 
Limestone dust coats the face of a worker during his shift at a quarry in the desert of Minya governorate, south of Cairo, Egypt May 28, 2015. In the limestone quarries of Minya province south of Cairo, labourers in sandals and makeshift masks use unsheathed rotor blades to gouge the white, fossil-rich rock into house bricks. The workers in the snow-white landscape - farmers and university graduates among them - plan to strike next month. They told Reuters they make between $10 and $16 a day and suffer from scant safety measures and a lack of social and medical insurance despite some having lost arms, legs or fingers in accidents. Minya’s governor ordered in April that a hospital be built near the quarries, local officials said. With double-digit unemployment in a nation battered by political and economic turmoil since a 2011 uprising, the quarries attract men unable to find work elsewhere. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

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FRANCE-MEDECINE/
RTR4OCXQ 
February 05, 2015 
A photo illustration shows a French general practitioner with a stethoscope in a doctor's office in Bordeaux... 
Bordeaux, France 
A photo illustration shows a French general practitioner with a stethoscope in a doctor's office in Bordeaux... 
A photo illustration shows a French general practitioner with a stethoscope in a doctor's office in Bordeaux January 7, 2015. French physicians protest against a new health reform bill that would introduce a third party payment system. Picture taken January 7, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS) 
BRITAIN
RTX14F26 
October 17, 2013 
Britain's Prince Harry wears a lab coat personalised with HRH as he opens the Royal British Legion Centre... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Harry wears a lab coat personalised with HRH as he opens the Royal British Legion Centre... 
Britain's Prince Harry wears a lab coat personalised with HRH as he opens the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London October 17, 2013. REUTERS/Eddie Mulholland/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS EDUCATION MILITARY CONFLICT) 
GERMANY/
RTX11PGM 
July 17, 2013 
The logo of the virology institute of the Faculty of Medicine of the Bonn university are seen on lab... 
Bonn, Germany 
The logo of the virology institute of the Faculty of Medicine of the Bonn university are seen on lab... 
The logo of the virology institute of the Faculty of Medicine of the Bonn university are seen on lab coats outside a biosafety level three (BSL-3) in the western German city of Bonn. The virology institute of the Bonn university researches on viruses with the help of bat and human cell culture models and reverse genetic systems for corona viruses (SARS-Coronavirus, HCoV-NL63) to characterize and compare the functions of homologous viral proteins from newly identified viruses. Picture taken May 31, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH) 
FRANCE-FASHION/
RTR3D43B 
January 29, 2013 
Two seamstresses look at the show cards in the backstage of fashion house Valentino's Haute Couture Spring-Summer... 
Paris, France 
Two seamstresses look at the show cards in the backstage of fashion house Valentino's Haute Couture Spring-Summer... 
Two seamstresses look at the show cards in the backstage of fashion house Valentino's Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2013 show,in Paris, January 23, 2013. Deleeuw, originally from Valenciennes northern France, was 18 when she first stepped down a catwalk - opening the first ready-to-wear show of the September 2012 season in New York. Now, ahead of the four-week marathon of shows, she is aware that in modelling your body is your instrument and plans to "rest the most I can, take vitamins, and do everything possible to not fall ill". Picture taken January 23, 2013 REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: FASHION) 
SPAIN/
RTR3AWH5 
November 26, 2012 
A medical worker wears a white coat outside the Virgen del Rocio hospital that reads "My training is... 
Seville, Spain 
Medical worker wears a white coat outside Virgen del Rocio hospital during a protest by public health... 
A medical worker wears a white coat outside the Virgen del Rocio hospital that reads "My training is your health", during a protest by public health workers in the Andalusian capital of Seville November 26, 2012. The strike comes after weeks of protests by public health workers against the regional government's spending cuts, job cuts, and privatization of the public health sector. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
SPAIN/
RTR3AWH3 
November 26, 2012 
A medical worker wears a white coat outside the Virgen del Rocio hospital that reads "My training is... 
Seville, Spain 
Medical worker wears a white coat outside Virgen del Rocio hospital during a protest by public health... 
A medical worker wears a white coat outside the Virgen del Rocio hospital that reads "My training is your health", during a protest by public health workers in the Andalusian capital of Seville November 26, 2012. The strike comes after weeks of protests by public health workers against the regional government's spending cuts, job cuts, and privatization of the public health sector. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-COURT/HEALTHCARE
RTR2ZWK8 
March 26, 2012 
Doctor Vivek Murthy stands among other bystanders during the first day of legal arguments over the Affordable... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Doctor Murthy stands outside the Supreme Court during legal arguments over the Affordable Care Act in... 
Doctor Vivek Murthy stands among other bystanders during the first day of legal arguments over the Affordable Care Act outside the Supreme Court in Washington March 26, 2012. U.S. President Barack Obama's sweeping healthcare overhaul on Monday went before the U.S. Supreme Court where the nine justices began hearing arguments in a historic test of the law's validity under the U.S. Constitution. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST) 
PHARMACEUTICALS
RTR2F8O8 
June 16, 2010 
Racks of samples are seen after purification in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010.... 
London, United Kingdom 
To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS/ 
Racks of samples are seen after purification in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010. Across the western world, Big Pharma is cutting back on the number of scientists it employs in its labs and the money it spends on research and development. The hunt for new drugs continues, but the men and women in white coats - traditionally viewed as the lifeblood of the industry - are not as untouchable as they once were. Tucked neatly behind London's famous Science Museum, which pays homage to the groundbreaking advances that made modern medicine what it is, the chemistry labs at Imperial College offer one last refuge from the realities of the marketplace. Picture taken May 28, 2010. To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS/ REUTERS/Paul Hackett/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
PHARMACEUTICALS
RTR2F8MI 
June 16, 2010 
A scientist works in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010. From Italy to the United... 
London, United Kingdom 
To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS 
A scientist works in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010. From Italy to the United States, Britain to Sweden, Big Pharma is cutting back on the number of scientists it employs in its labs and the money it spends on research and development. The hunt for new drugs continues, but the men and women in white coats - traditionally viewed as the lifeblood of the industry - are not as untouchable as they once were. Tucked neatly behind London's famous Science Museum, which pays homage to the groundbreaking advances that made modern medicine what it is, the chemistry labs at Imperial College offer one last refuge from the realities of the marketplace. Picture taken May 28, 2010. To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS/ REUTERS/Paul Hackett/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH HEALTH EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
PHARMACEUTICALS
RTR2F8JR 
June 16, 2010 
Racks of samples are seen after purification in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010.... 
London, United Kingdom 
To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS/ 
Racks of samples are seen after purification in a laboratory at Imperial College in London, May 28, 2010. Across the western world, Big Pharma is cutting back on the number of scientists it employs in its labs and the money it spends on research and development. The hunt for new drugs continues, but the men and women in white coats - traditionally viewed as the lifeblood of the industry - are not as untouchable as they once were. Tucked neatly behind London's famous Science Museum, which pays homage to the groundbreaking advances that made modern medicine what it is, the chemistry labs at Imperial College offer one last refuge from the realities of the marketplace. Picture taken May 28, 2010. To match Special Report PHARMACEUTICALS/ REUTERS/Paul Hackett/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH HEALTH EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXQNPQ 
November 12, 2009 
An Afghan employee works on a mould for an artificial leg at the ICRC Ali Abad Orthopaedic centre in... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
An Afghan employee works on a mould for an artificial leg at the ICRC Ali Abad Orthopaedic centre in... 
An Afghan employee works on a mould for an artificial leg at the ICRC Ali Abad Orthopaedic centre in Kabul November 12, 2009. The centre, which is run mostly by disabled people, aims to educate and rehabilitate landmine victims and other people with any kind of disabilities, to help them integrate effectively into society. They also provide the patients with a 18-months interest free $600 micro credit loan. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (AFGHANISTAN HEALTH SOCIETY) 
USA-HEALTHCARE/
RTXQEGS 
November 05, 2009 
A doctor puts his hand over his chest during a "House call" rally against proposed healthcare reform... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
A doctor puts his hand over his chest during a "House call" rally against proposed healthcare reform... 
A doctor puts his hand over his chest during a "House call" rally against proposed healthcare reform legislation at the Capitol in Washington November 5, 2009. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT) 
GERMANY/
RTXP7BL 
October 02, 2009 
A technician prepares swabs in test tubes for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus in the... 
Berlin, Germany 
A technician prepares swabs in test tubes for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus in a... 
A technician prepares swabs in test tubes for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus in the national reference laboratory at the Robert Koch scientific institute in Berlin, October 2, 2009. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY HEALTH SCI TECH) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX9SNE 
October 22, 2008 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne October... 
KALTBACH, Switzerland 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne October 22, 2008. The Swiss Kaltbach Gruyere and Emmentaler cheese mature for about 9 months in a sandstone cave which has a constant climate all year around with a humidity of 94 percent and 10 degrees Celsius. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTX9SN7 
October 22, 2008 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne October... 
KALTBACH, Switzerland 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne 
A cheesemaker controls a Swiss cave-aged Emmentaler cheese in a cave in Kaltbach, near Lucerne October 22, 2008. The Swiss Kaltbach Gruyere and Emmentaler cheese mature for about 9 months in a sandstone cave which has a constant climate all year around with a humidity of 94 percent and 10 degrees Celsius. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND) 
PORTUGAL/
RTX5S76 
May 16, 2008 
Worker shows a finished leg of ham at the drying room in Barrancos on the southern Portuguese province... 
Barrancos, Portugal 
Worker shows a finished ham at the drying room in Barrancos 
Worker shows a finished leg of ham at the drying room in Barrancos on the southern Portuguese province of Alentejo April 23, 2008. The descendents of Mediterranean wild boars, these full-blooded Alentejo pigs pasture between the cork trees and holm oaks of the Alentejo plains. Ham made from these wild boars, which are produced after going through a special drying process that takes over 30 months, have a value of over 50 euros a kilo. Picture taken April 23, 2008. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL) 
CHINA/
RTR1XXZC 
March 06, 2008 
A doctor inserts a camera into the mouth of a sea turtle to check its stomach at a hospital in Hangzhou,... 
Hangzhou, China 
A doctor inserts a camera into the mouth of a sea turtle to check its stomach at a hospital in Hangzhou... 
A doctor inserts a camera into the mouth of a sea turtle to check its stomach at a hospital in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province March 5, 2008. The turtle was accidentally fed a piece of metal, 4-cm (1.57-inches) by 3-cm (1.18 inches), at a local oceanarium. The object was removed after an hour-long operation, local media reported. Picture taken March 5, 2008. REUTERS/Steven Shi (CHINA) 
CANADA-NUCLEAR/
RTX4VXI 
December 19, 2007 
Canada's Health Minister Tony Clement speaks during a news conference at the Atomic Energy Canada Limited... 
CHALK RIVER, Canada 
Canada's Health Minister Clement speaks during news conference at AECL Chalk River nuclear facility 
Canada's Health Minister Tony Clement speaks during a news conference at the Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) Chalk River nuclear facility in Chalk River, Ontario, December 19, 2007 REUETRS/Chris Wattie (CANADA) 
IRAQ/KERBALA
RTR1VHD3 
October 30, 2007 
Iraqi medical students attend laboratory lessons in the College of Medicine in Kerbala University, 110... 
Kerbala, Iraq 
Iraqi medical students attend laboratory lessons in College of Medicine in Kerbala University 
Iraqi medical students attend laboratory lessons in the College of Medicine in Kerbala University, 110 km (68 miles) south of Baghdad October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammad (IRAQ) 
BIRDFLU-CHINA/
RTR1TZ23 
September 18, 2007 
Workers disinfect the entrance of a village following an outbreak of bird flu, in Panyu district of Guangzhou,... 
Guangzhou, China 
Workers disinfect the entrance of a village following an outbreak of bird flu, in Panyu district of Guangzho... 
Workers disinfect the entrance of a village following an outbreak of bird flu, in Panyu district of Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong province September 18, 2007. China on Tuesday sought to reassure consumers already spooked by a slew of food scandals that poultry was safe to eat after officials confirmed the first H5N1 bird flu outbreak since May. REUTERS/Joe Tan (CHINA) 
APEC/CHINA
RTR1TEOC 
September 04, 2007 
A laboratory worker checks a doll at a toy testing lab at the Guangdong Customs, Inspection and Quarantine... 
Jinhua, China 
A laboratory worker checks a doll at a toy testing lab at the Guangdong Customs, Inspection and Quarantine... 
A laboratory worker checks a doll at a toy testing lab at the Guangdong Customs, Inspection and Quarantine bureau in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong province September 4, 2007. Chinese President Hu Jintao, domestically stronger than ever, will have to defend the "made-in-China" label and is likely to face questions about trade and investment policies at an Asia-Pacific summit this week. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1T5RB 
August 28, 2007 
Chemist Fu Jiahui works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Chemist Fu works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore 
Chemist Fu Jiahui works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory in Singapore August 28, 2007. The $2 million facility will offer independent and internationally recognised safety testing of food and product samples from Asian companies seeking to export to the U.S., the company said. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1T5RA 
August 28, 2007 
Chemist Aslina Isman works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory for Asia in... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Chemist Aslina works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory for Asia in Singapore... 
Chemist Aslina Isman works at Covance Laboratories Inc.'s nutritional chemistry laboratory for Asia in Singapore August 28, 2007. The $2 million facility will offer independent and internationally recognised safety testing of food and product samples from Asian companies seeking to export to the U.S., the company said. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE) 
CHINA-HEALTH/FOOD
RTR1QPSA 
June 12, 2007 
Laboratory technicians conduct food quality tests at the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce... 
Beijing, China 
Laboratory technicians conduct food quality tests at the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce... 
Laboratory technicians conduct food quality tests at the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce building June 12, 2007. China played down the country's food-safety problems on Tuesday but at the same time showed off room after room of confiscated fakes, indicating the extent of the challenge it faces to clean up the industry. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1OUYT 
April 20, 2007 
A waiter dressed as a doctor attends to customers at a hospital-style restaurant in Taipei April 20,... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A waiter dressed as a doctor attends to customers at a hospital-style restaurant in Taipei 
A waiter dressed as a doctor attends to customers at a hospital-style restaurant in Taipei April 20, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
RTR1OUSI 
April 20, 2007 
A waiter dressed as a doctor speaks on phone at a hospital style restaurant in Taipei April 20, 2007.... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A waiter dressed as a doctor speaks on phone at a hospital style restaurant in Taipei 
A waiter dressed as a doctor speaks on phone at a hospital style restaurant in Taipei April 20, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR1O8TF 
April 03, 2007 
A hospital staff gathers samples during the visit of Margaret Chan, director general of the World Health... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A hospital staff gathers samples at the Jurong Polyclinic in Singapore 
A hospital staff gathers samples during the visit of Margaret Chan, director general of the World Health Organisation, to the Jurong Polyclinic in Singapore April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE) 
BRITAIN
RTR1O2FM 
March 29, 2007 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspects a gym during her visit to the new National Tennis Centre, Roehampton,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspects a gym during her visit to the new National Tennis Centre in London... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth inspects a gym during her visit to the new National Tennis Centre, Roehampton, in London, March 29, 2007. REUTERS/Carl De Souza/AFP Photo/WPA Pool (BRITAIN) 
ITALY-BABIES/
RTR1MV13 
February 26, 2007 
Orderlies pass a room containing a high-tech hatch to a heated crib, which was used for the first time... 
Rome, Italy 
Orderlies pass a room containing a high-tech hatch to a heated crib at Casilino hospital in Rome 
Orderlies pass a room containing a high-tech hatch to a heated crib, which was used for the first time over the weekend when an unwanted infant was left at the Casilino hospital in Rome February 26, 2007. Family Affairs Minister Rosy Bindi says she wants every hospital in Italy to have a modern-day version of the mediaeval "foundling wheel" where unwanted newborns were left at convents. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY) 
US-BUSH/
RTR1MPDH 
February 22, 2007 
U.S. President George W. Bush smells a bottle of ethanol as he tours Novozymes North America Inc. with... 
FRANKLINTON, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President George W. Bush smells a bottle of ethanol as he tours Novozymes North America Inc in Franklinton... 
U.S. President George W. Bush smells a bottle of ethanol as he tours Novozymes North America Inc. with Garrett Screws, Senior Manager of Government Relations in Franklinton, North Carolina, February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES) 
GERMANY/
RTR1KE4W 
December 14, 2006 
German campaigners protest against planned reforms to the German health system in Berlin in front of... 
Berlin, Germany 
German campaigners protest against planned reforms to the German health system in Berlin in front of... 
German campaigners protest against planned reforms to the German health system in Berlin in front of the Reichstag building December 14, 2006. They are wearing white coats which spell out the slogan "cost-cutting makes you ill" and holding a rack of doctors' overalls, suggesting that if the planned health reform is passed in parliament then medical practitioners will throw in the towel. REUTERS/Joachim Herrmann (GERMANY) 
BIOTECH MALAYSIA
RTR1J9N9 
November 12, 2006 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Fazia Adyani, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Fazia Adyani, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur October 12, 2006. The Malaysian government unveiled plans last March to spend $553.3 million over five years to boost research, attract foreign investment and build new facilities, but it knows its efforts are wasted unless it can retain more talented people. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA) 
BIOTECH MALAYSIA
RTR1J9N4 
November 12, 2006 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Nurul Ain, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur 
A post-graduate student in molecular biology, Nurul Ain, works at a lab at a local university in Kuala Lumpur October 12, 2006. The Malaysian government unveiled plans last March to spend $553.3 million over five years to boost research, attract foreign investment and build new facilities, but it knows its efforts are wasted unless it can retain more talented people. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA) 
IRAN SAFFRON
RTR1J2VO 
November 06, 2006 
An Iranian laboratory specialist examines the purity and quality of saffron at the Novin Saffron processing... 
Mashad, Iran 
An Iranian laboratory specialist examines the purity and quality of saffron at the Novin Saffron processing... 
An Iranian laboratory specialist examines the purity and quality of saffron at the Novin Saffron processing and packing facility in Mashad, 950 kilometers (590 miles) east of Tehran November 6, 2006. The spice saffron is derived from saffron crocus flowers. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
UKRAINE
RTR1AJVS 
December 08, 2005 
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (foreground) watches the unloading of nuclear fuel from the third... 
Chernobyl, Ukraine 
Ukrainian President Yushchenko watches the unloading of nuclear fuel at Chernobyl nuclear power station... 
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko (foreground) watches the unloading of nuclear fuel from the third unit of Ukraine's Chernobyl nuclear power station in the plant's control centre, December 8, 2005. Ukraine closed the Chernobyl plant, the site of the world's worst civil nuclear accident, in December 2000. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich Pictures of the Month December 2005 
GERMANY
RTXNNDO 
July 20, 2005 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold... 
Langenselbold, Germany 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselb..... 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold near Frankfurt July 20, 2005. Some 200 general practitioners, surgeons and medical staff from various hospitals in the state of Hesse demonstrated on Wednesday against the cumbersome bureaucracy in the hospital administration system. 
GERMANY
RTRI40I 
July 20, 2005 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold... 
Langenselbold, Germany 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold.... 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold near Frankfurt July 20, 2005. Some 200 general practitioners, surgeons and medical staff from various hospitals in the state of Hesse demonstrated on Wednesday against the cumbersome bureaucracy in the hospital administration system. REUTERS/Alex Grimm GRI/AA 
GERMANY
RTRI3ZB 
July 20, 2005 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold... 
Langenselbold, Germany 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold.... 
German doctors and hospital staff swim in their white coats in a lake during a protest in Langenselbold near Frankfurt July 20, 2005. Some 200 general practitioners, surgeons and medical staff from various hospitals in the state of Hesse demonstrated on Wednesday against the cumbersome bureaucracy in the hospital administration system. REUTERS/Alex Grimm PP05070225 PP05070290 GRI/AA 
RUSSIA
RTRFWBN 
November 16, 2004 
A Russian girl rides on the back of a dog during a therapy session at a centre in Moscow, November 16,... 
Moscow, Russia 
Russian girl rides on the back of a dog during a therapy session at a centre in Moscow. 
A Russian girl rides on the back of a dog during a therapy session at a centre in Moscow, November 16, 2004. The centre uses specially trained dogs to assist its treatment for children with a range of problems including nightmares and cerebral palsy. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev PP04110098 ODLY AS/DL 
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