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OLYMPICS-2020-TRI/
RTXET52N 
July 26, 2021 
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Triathlon - Women's Olympic Distance - Final - Odaiba Marine Park, Tokyo, Japan... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Triathlon - Women's Olympic Distance - Final 
Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Triathlon - Women's Olympic Distance - Final - Odaiba Marine Park, Tokyo, Japan July 27, 2021. Athletes compete in front of a life-size Unicorn Gundam statue in rainfall and wind caused by tropical storm Nepartak. REUTERS/Issei Kato 
WOMENS-DAY/WORKPLACE
RTS11500 
March 02, 2017 
Christine Akoth, 38, a metal painter, poses for a photograph in Kenya's capital Nairobi, February 27,... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
The Wider Image: Women at work around the world 
Christine Akoth, 38, a metal painter, poses for a photograph in Kenya's capital Nairobi, February 27, 2017. "I have experienced gender bias at my work where sometimes I'm denied contracts because of who I am and maybe my marital status. Some female colleagues have been treated unfairly because of their sex and even exploited," Akoth said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya SEARCH "WOMEN WORK" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTX245UM 
January 27, 2016 
Devotees offer prayers at the statue of Lord Buddha during a month-long Swasthani Brata Katha festival... 
Bhaktapur, Nepal 
Devotees offer prayers at the statue of Lord Buddha during a month-long Swasthani Brata Katha festival... 
Devotees offer prayers at the statue of Lord Buddha during a month-long Swasthani Brata Katha festival in Bhaktapur, Nepal, January 27, 2016. During the month long festival, devotees recite one chapter of a Hindu tale daily from the 31-chapter sacred Swasthani Brata Katha book that is dedicated to God Madhavnarayan and Goddess Swasthani, alongside various other gods and goddess and the miraculous feats performed by them. The devotees also go on pilgrimages to various temples, perform religious rituals, take a holy bath in the rivers and fast for a month, especially among women who believe fasting helps in their family's well-being or in getting them a good husband. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR4RHT9 
February 27, 2015 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt (L) and Labour and Status of Women Minister Kellie... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Valcourt and Labour and Status of Women Minister Leitch take part... 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt (L) and Labour and Status of Women Minister Kellie Leitch take part in a news conference following the National Roundtable on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Ottawa February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR4RHT6 
February 27, 2015 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt speaks during a news conference with Labour and... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Valcourt speaks during a news conference with Labour and Status... 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt speaks during a news conference with Labour and Status of Women Minister Kellie Leitch (R) following the National Roundtable on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Ottawa February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR4RFP0 
February 27, 2015 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt (L) and Labour and Status of Women Minister Kellie... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Valcourt and Labour and Status of Women Minister Leitch wait for... 
Canada's Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt (L) and Labour and Status of Women Minister Kellie Leitch wait for the start of the National Roundtable on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Ottawa February 27, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS) 
WATCHES-LADIES/
RTR3K5XZ 
April 06, 2014 
A Reference 7121/1 yellow gold woman's wrist watch is displayed at the exhibition stand of Swiss watch... 
Basel, Switzerland 
A Reference 7121/1 yellow gold woman's wrist watch is displayed at the Patek Philippe exhibition stand... 
A Reference 7121/1 yellow gold woman's wrist watch is displayed at the exhibition stand of Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe at the Baselworld fair in Basel March 27, 2014. The bulk of the $50-billion Swiss watch market has for years been aimed at wealthy men drawn to high-tech, gadget-loaded timepieces they can wear as status symbols. But, faced with only single digit growth prospects, top brands are looking to the other 50 percent of the population for inspiration. A trend for bulkier watches, and a boom in jewellery sales have lifted levels of interest, which has also been driven by a growing middle-class female customer base in China. Currently, only about a third of Patek's watches end up on women's wrists, but Stern the company wants to increase that share to 40 percent. To match story WATCHES-LADIES/ Picture taken on March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR3FSQP 
February 27, 2014 
Canada's Minister of Labour and Status of Women Kellie Leitch speaks during Question Period in the House... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Minister of Labour and Status of Women Kellie Leitch speaks during Question Period in the House... 
Canada's Minister of Labour and Status of Women Kellie Leitch speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa February 27, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA-WOMEN/MARRIAGE
RTX12JA9 
August 13, 2013 
A bride waits to participate in a staged mass wedding, organised as part of a matchmaking event to inspire... 
Shanghai, China 
A bride waits to participate in a staged mass wedding in Shanghai 
A bride waits to participate in a staged mass wedding, organised as part of a matchmaking event to inspire singles to get married, in a suburban area of Shanghai May 18, 2013. As couples celebrate the "Qixi" festival on Tuesday, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine's Day, millions of women face stark choices in a society where traditional ideas about matrimonial hierarchy run up against huge economic and social changes sweeping the world's most populous country. There are plenty of men to go round among China's nearly 1.4 billion people but social status can conspire against single professional women, sometimes making it difficult to find a partner. Picture taken May 18, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA-WOMEN/MARRIAGE
RTX12JA4 
August 13, 2013 
27-year-old Hang Cheng waits backstage during the recording of an episode of "Meet you on Saturday",... 
Shanghai, China 
A participant waits backstage during the recording of an episode of "Meet you on Saturday", a matchmaking... 
27-year-old Hang Cheng waits backstage during the recording of an episode of "Meet you on Saturday", a matchmaking television programme, at a local television station in Shanghai July 28, 2013. As couples celebrate the "Qixi" festival on Tuesday, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine's Day, millions of women face stark choices in a society where traditional ideas about matrimonial hierarchy run up against huge economic and social changes sweeping the world's most populous country. There are plenty of men to go round among China's nearly 1.4 billion people but social status can conspire against single professional women, sometimes making it difficult to find a partner. Picture taken July 28, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CHINA-WOMEN/MARRIAGE
RTX12JA3 
August 13, 2013 
Woman talk during the recording of an episode of a matchmaking television programme, "One out of 100",... 
Shanghai, China 
Woman talk during the recording of an episode of a matchmaking TV programme, "One out of 100", in Shanghai... 
Woman talk during the recording of an episode of a matchmaking television programme, "One out of 100", in Shanghai July 27, 2013. As couples celebrate the "Qixi" festival on Tuesday, the Chinese equivalent of Valentine's Day, millions of women face stark choices in a society where traditional ideas about matrimonial hierarchy run up against huge economic and social changes sweeping the world's most populous country. There are plenty of men to go round among China's nearly 1.4 billion people but social status can conspire against single professional women, sometimes making it difficult to find a partner. Picture taken July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)

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CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR38IFT 
September 27, 2012 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the... 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR38IFO 
September 27, 2012 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the... 
Ottawa, Canada 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the... 
Canada's Public Works and Status of Women Minister Rona Ambrose speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa September 27, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS) 
CHINA/
RTR38H80 
September 27, 2012 
Women in uniform chat at a community park in Nanjie village of Luohe city in China's central Henan province... 
Luohe, China 
Women in uniform chat at a community park in Nanjie village of Luohe city 
Women in uniform chat at a community park in Nanjie village of Luohe city in China's central Henan province September 24, 2012. Nanjie village, with more than 3,100 residents, is touted to be one of the remaining models of communist China, where the principles of morality and collectivism of the late Chairman Mao still strictly guide the people's daily lives. Aside from free housing, healthcare, food rations and education, locals working in the village's factories receive an average salary of 2500 yuan, about 400 dollars. The village's return to communism came at the same time as the rest of the country opened up to the capitalist market in the mid 1980s. Mao is still highly revered in Nanjie, enjoying a god-like status. Picture taken September 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)

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AFGHANISTAN
RTXLODM 
November 27, 2002 
Pregnant Afghan women wait for their medical check at Kabul's only maternity ward November 27, 2002 where... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Pregnant Afghan women wait for their medical check at Kabul's only maternity ward November 27, 2002 ..... 
Pregnant Afghan women wait for their medical check at Kabul's only maternity ward November 27, 2002 where around 80 babies are born daily. One of four babies die after birth in Afghanistan UNICEF officials said, and a recent study of the United Nations has confirmed the country's status as a world leader in maternal mortality. 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXLODK 
November 27, 2002 
Afghan women rest, two on a bed, after giving birth at Kabul's only maternity ward due to the lack of... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Afghan women rest, two on a bed, after giving birth at Kabul's only maternity ward due to the lack o..... 
Afghan women rest, two on a bed, after giving birth at Kabul's only maternity ward due to the lack of space November 27, 2002. Many women stay in the hospital for three to four hours before they are discharged and sent home. One of four babies die after birth in Afghanistan, UNICEF officials said, and a recent study of the United Nations has confirmed the country's status as a world leader in maternal mortality. 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXLODJ 
November 27, 2002 
After giving birth, Afghan women rest on beds in a corridor, due to a lack of space in the only maternity... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
After giving birth, Afghan women rest on beds in a corridor, due to a lack of space in the only mate..... 
After giving birth, Afghan women rest on beds in a corridor, due to a lack of space in the only maternity ward at the hospital in Kabul November 27, 2002. Many women stay in the hospital for three to four hours before they are discharged and sent home. One of four babies die after birth in Afghanistan, UNICEF officials said, and a recent study of the United Nations has confirmed the country's status as a world leader in maternal mortality. 
RTREH2Z 
November 27, 2002 
Pregnant Afghan women wait for their medical check at Kabul's only
maternity ward November 27, 2002... 
Afghanistan 
PREGNANT AFGHAN WOMEN WAIT FOR THEIR MEDICAL CHECK AT KABUL'S ONLY
MATERNITY WARD. 
Pregnant Afghan women wait for their medical check at Kabul's only
maternity ward November 27, 2002 where around 80 babies are born daily.
One of four babies die after birth in Afghanistan UNICEF officials
said, and a recent study of the United Nations has confirmed the
country's status as a world leader in maternal mortality. REUTERS/Radu
Sigheti

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AFGHANISTAN
RTREH21 
November 27, 2002 
Afghan women rest two on a bed after giving birth at Kabul's only
maternity ward due to the lack of... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
AFGHAN WOMEN REST TWO ON A BED AFTER GIVING BIRTH AT KABUL'S ONLY
MATERNITY WARD. 
Afghan women rest two on a bed after giving birth at Kabul's only
maternity ward due to the lack of space November 27, 2002 as they stay
in the hospital for three to four hours before they are discharged and
sent home. One of four babies die after birth in Afghanistan, UNICEF
officials said, and a recent study of the United Nations has confirmed
the country's status as a world leader in maternal mortality.
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/CP 
AFGHANISTAN
RTREH1Q 
November 27, 2002 
After giving birth Afghan women rest on beds in a corridor at Kabul's
only maternity ward due to the... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
AFGHAN WOMEN REST ON BEDS IN A CORRIDOR AT KABUL'S ONLY MATERNITY WARD. 
After giving birth Afghan women rest on beds in a corridor at Kabul's
only maternity ward due to the lack of space in the hospital November
27, 2002 as many stay in the hospital for three to four hours before
they are discharged and sent home. One of four babies die after birth
in Afghanistan, UNICEF officials said, and a recent study of the United
Nations has confirmed the country's status as a world leader in
maternal mortality. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti

RS/CP 
ODD PLAYBOY DC
RTR6XMZ 
June 27, 2002 
Former Enron employees Christine Nielsen (L), Carey Lorenzo (C), and Cynthia
Coghlan pose near a statue... 
New York, United States of America 
ENRON WOMEN WHO POSED FOR PLAYBOY MAGAZINE APPEAR IN NEW YORK. 
Former Enron employees Christine Nielsen (L), Carey Lorenzo (C), and Cynthia
Coghlan pose near a statue of a bull in the financial district of New York
on June 27, 2002. The three women were among ten from the energy company who
posed for the August issue of Playboy magazine. Coghlan, 28, was a sales
coordinator in the Toronto, Canada, Enron office. Nielsen, 28, was a project
coordinator in the Portland, Oregon, office and Lorenzo, 31, sold
deregulated energy in the company's New York office. Playboy magazine
introduced the stars of its ballyhooed nude photo spread "The Women of
Enron," current and former employees of the Houston energy trading giant who
appear in an issue set to hit newsstands nationally on Friday. REUTERS/Peter
Morgan

CME 
ODD PLAYBOY
RTR6XLZ 
June 27, 2002 
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and
Carey Lorenzo pose on a statue... 
New York, United States of America 
ENRON WOMEN WHO POSED FOR PLAYBOY ATOP BULL STATUE IN NEW YORK
FINANCIAL DISTRICT. 
Former Enron employees Cynthia Coghlan (L), Christine Nielsen (C), and
Carey Lorenzo pose on a statue of a bull in the financial district of
New York on June 27, 2002. The three women were among ten from the
energy company who posed for the August issue of Playboy magazine.
Coghlan, 28, was a sales coordinator in the Toronto, Canada, Enron
office. Nielsen, 28, was a project coordinator in the Portland, Oregon,
office and Lorenzo, 31, sold deregulated energy in the company's New
York office. Playboy magazine introduced the stars of its ballyhooed
nude photo spread "The Women of Enron," current and former employees of
the Houston energy trading giant who appear in an issue set to hit
newsstands nationally on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

CME/GN 
RTR3B5S 
April 27, 1997 
Japanese women rub a stone Buddhist Kannon statue, representing the goddess of mercy, at Tokyo's Kogan... 
Japan 
PEOPLE WASH AND RUB A BUDDHIST GODDESS STATUE IN TOKYO 
Japanese women rub a stone Buddhist Kannon statue, representing the goddess of mercy, at Tokyo's Kogan temple April 27 where worshippers believe touching the statue will cure ailments. Many people come to cleanse and touch the statue in parts of its body where they wish for improvement in their own condition.

JAPAN RELIGION 
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