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USA-IMMIGRATION/MEXICO-PROTEST
RTX842HV 
October 21, 2020 
A demonstrator holds up a box during a protest by migrants and human right activists against the U.S.... 
Tijuana, Mexico 
A demonstrator holds up a box during a protest by migrants and human right activists against the U.S.... 
A demonstrator holds up a box during a protest by migrants and human right activists against the U.S. and Mexico immigration policies and for the right to seek asylum, at the San Ysidro border crossing port in Tijuana, Mexico October 21, 2020. The words on the box read: "No one is illegal." REUTERS/Jorge Duenes 
USA-PULITZER/
RTX7H84J 
May 04, 2020 
A pro-China demonstrator films herself as an anti-government protester holds up a sign on her phone during... 
Hong Kong, China 
Reuters Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography 
A pro-China demonstrator films herself as an anti-government protester holds up a sign on her phone during skirmishes between the two opposing groups at Yuen Long station in Hong Kong, China, September 12, 2019. The words on the phone read, "Seek an official reassessment of the June 4 crackdown," referring to the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.Reuters has been awarded the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Photography for Hong Kong protests. REUTERS/Jorge Silva TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
GERMANY-RELIGION/SCULPTURE
RTS30QUY 
February 04, 2020 
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany,... 
Wittenberg, Germany 
Judgement in "Judensau" sculpture decision in Wittenberg 
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany, January 24, 2020. A court is expected to rule on a motion seeking the removal of the 700-year-old sculpture known as “Judensau” or Jew pig. It is one of around 20 such relics from the Middle Ages that still feature on churches across Germany and elsewhere in Europe. A sign underneath the plaque urges people to think about the anti-Semitism that prevailed at the time it was made. Picture taken January 24, 2020. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse 
GERMANY-RELIGION/SCULPTURE
RTS30QUV 
February 04, 2020 
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany,... 
Wittenberg, Germany 
Judgement in "Judensau" sculpture decision in Wittenberg 
A thirteenth century anti-Semitic sculpture is displayed at St. Marien church in Wittenberg, Germany, January 24, 2020. A court is expected to rule on a motion seeking the removal of the 700-year-old sculpture known as “Judensau” or Jew pig. It is one of around 20 such relics from the Middle Ages that still feature on churches across Germany and elsewhere in Europe. A sign underneath the plaque urges people to think about the anti-Semitism that prevailed at the time it was made. Picture taken January 24, 2020. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse 
GERMANY-EMISSIONS/
RTX6EBA6 
October 08, 2018 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street in Berlin 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking diesel cars ban in Berlin, Germany, October 8, 2018. The word reads 'air pollution monitoring.' REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
GERMANY-EMISSIONS/
RTX6EBA4 
October 08, 2018 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street in Berlin 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking diesel cars ban in Berlin, Germany, October 8, 2018. The word reads 'air pollution monitoring.' REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
GERMANY-EMISSIONS/
RTX6EBA3 
October 08, 2018 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking... 
Berlin, Germany 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street in Berlin 
Cars are seen at Leipziger Strasse street, which could be affected by a court hearing on case seeking diesel cars ban in Berlin, Germany, October 8, 2018. The word reads 'air pollution monitoring.' REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch 
Wider Image
Wider Image 
Romania's Roma culture seeks stage 
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USA-ATTACKS/
RTSOFRB 
September 19, 2016 
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad... 
Elizabeth, UNITED STATES 
FBI personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad Rahimi (Rahami) who was wanted for... 
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad Rahimi (Rahami), who was wanted for questioning in an explosion in New York, which authorities believe is linked to the explosive devices found in New Jersey, in Elizabeth, U.S., September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-BLAST
RTX2JNWA 
July 04, 2016 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada... 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada, a largely Shi'ite district, in Baghdad, Iraq July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-BLAST
RTX2JNW0 
July 04, 2016 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada... 
People search for their relatives at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada, a largely Shi'ite district, in Baghdad, Iraq July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-BLAST
RTX2JNVV 
July 04, 2016 
Firemen search for charred bodies at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada,... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Firemen search for charred bodies at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada... 
Firemen search for charred bodies at a site after a suicide bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada, a largely Shi'ite district, in Baghdad, Iraq July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-BLAST
RTX2JMFM 
July 04, 2016 
An Iraqi man searches for bodies at the site after a suicide car bomb attack at the shopping area of... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
Iraqi man searches for bodies at the site after a suicide car bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada,... 
An Iraqi man searches for bodies at the site after a suicide car bomb attack at the shopping area of Karrada, a largely Shi'ite district, in Baghdad, Iraq July 4, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad 
SOCCER-ENGLAND-MUN-BOU/
RTSEPEV 
May 17, 2016 
Britain Football Soccer - Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth - Barclays Premier League - Old Trafford... 
United Kingdom 
Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth - Barclays Premier League 
Britain Football Soccer - Manchester United v AFC Bournemouth - Barclays Premier League - Old Trafford - 17/5/16
Fans are searched as they enter the Megastore before the match
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USA-ELECTION/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX2BF1A 
April 24, 2016 
The door to a guard office at one of the entrances to the now-closed Bethlehem Steel mill is padlocked... 
Bethlehem, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: In the shadow of Bethlehem Steel
The door to a guard office at one of the entrances to the now-closed Bethlehem Steel mill is padlocked shut in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 22, 2016. After Bethlehem Steel's blast furnaces went silent 20 years ago in the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the local economy bounced back as new industrial parks filled with e-commerce companies and white-collar businesses fleeing New York's higher costs. That adds to the challenge for Donald Trump, Republican nominee for the U.S. presidency, as he seeks voters' backing in the state's primary on April 26. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BETHLEHEM STEEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
USA-ELECTION/PENNSYLVANIA
RTX2BF19 
April 24, 2016 
The sign for Steel Ave stands in front of the sign for the Sands Casino, built on a portion of the site... 
Bethlehem, UNITED STATES 
The Wider Image: In the shadow of Bethlehem Steel
The sign for Steel Ave stands in front of the sign for the Sands Casino, built on a portion of the site of the former Bethlehem Steel mill, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S. April 21, 2016. After Bethlehem Steel's blast furnaces went silent 20 years ago in the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the local economy bounced back as new industrial parks filled with e-commerce companies and white-collar businesses fleeing New York's higher costs. That adds to the challenge for Donald Trump, Republican nominee for the U.S. presidency, as he seeks voters' backing in the state's primary on April 26. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BETHLEHEM STEEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMVG 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMUN 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMRU 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMOV 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMNX 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
PEUGEOT-PLAN/
RTSDMNV 
April 05, 2016 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Paris, France 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news... 
Carlos Tavares, Chairman of the Managing Board of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen, atends a news conference in Paris, France, April 5, 2016 to outline plans for international expansion and a push into after-sales services, seeking to convince investors it can follow a lightning turnaround with sustained improvements in profitability. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes 
CRIME-MARYLAND/
RTX29083 
March 14, 2016 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer... 
Landover, UNITED STATES 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer... 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer at a Popeye's chicken restaurant near the primary crime scene where the officer was shot in Landover, Maryland March 13, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
CRIME-MARYLAND/
RTX29081 
March 14, 2016 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer... 
Landover, UNITED STATES 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer... 
Police officers search for evidence in the shooting death of a Prince George's County Police officer at a Popeye's chicken restaurant near the primary crime scene where the officer was shot in Landover, Maryland March 13, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
NEWZEALAND-ECONOMY/RBNZ
RTSA43P 
March 10, 2016 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
Sydney, Australia 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency exchange teller in Sydney, Australia, March 10, 2016. New Zealand's central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates to a record-low 2.25 percent on Thursday, triggering a slide in the local dollar and sparking talk of a global currency war as countries seek to revitalise their economies in a world of slow growth. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEWZEALAND-ECONOMY/RBNZ
RTSA42T 
March 10, 2016 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
Sydney, Australia 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency exchange teller in Sydney, Australia, March 10, 2016. New Zealand's central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates to a record-low 2.25 percent on Thursday, triggering a slide in the local dollar and sparking talk of a global currency war as countries seek to revitalise their economies in a world of slow growth. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEWZEALAND-ECONOMY/RBNZ
RTSA42R 
March 10, 2016 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
Sydney, Australia 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency... 
A New Zealand ten dollar note sits underneath a United States one dollar bill in the window of a currency exchange teller in Sydney, Australia, March 10, 2016. New Zealand's central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates to a record-low 2.25 percent on Thursday, triggering a slide in the local dollar and sparking talk of a global currency war as countries seek to revitalise their economies in a world of slow growth. REUTERS/David Gray 
LSE-M&A/DEUTSCHE-BOERSE-STOCKS
RTX28BZC 
February 24, 2016 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities... 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities provided by Deutsche Boerse in Frankfurt, Germany, February 24, 2016. Deutsche Boerse's chief executive said equities trading would not be pulled out of Frankfurt in a merger with the London Stock Exchange, seeking to ease political concern over a German loss of jobs and power to London. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
LSE-M&A/DEUTSCHE-BOERSE-STOCKS
RTX28BYR 
February 24, 2016 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse smiles as he listens to reporter's questions during the presentation... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse smiles as he listens to reporter's questions during the presentation... 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse smiles as he listens to reporter's questions during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities provided by Deutsche Boerse in Frankfurt, Germany, February 24, 2016. Deutsche Boerse's chief executive said equities trading would not be pulled out of Frankfurt in a merger with the London Stock Exchange, seeking to ease political concern over a German loss of jobs and power to London. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
LSE-M&A/DEUTSCHE-BOERSE-STOCKS
RTX28BY6 
February 24, 2016 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities... 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities provided by Deutsche Boerse in Frankfurt, Germany, February 24, 2016. Deutsche Boerse's chief executive said equities trading would not be pulled out of Frankfurt in a merger with the London Stock Exchange, seeking to ease political concern over a German loss of jobs and power to London. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
LSE-M&A/DEUTSCHE-BOERSE-STOCKS
RTX28BY0 
February 24, 2016 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities... 
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Boerse talks to the media during the presentation of FinTec start-up facilities provided by Deutsche Boerse in Frankfurt, Germany, February 24, 2016. Deutsche Boerse's chief executive said equities trading would not be pulled out of Frankfurt in a merger with the London Stock Exchange, seeking to ease political concern over a German loss of jobs and power to London. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach 
USA-ELECTION/TRUMP
RTX27FXN 
February 18, 2016 
Supporters seek autographs after a rally for U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the... 
Sumter, UNITED STATES 
Supporters seek autographs after a rally for U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the... 
Supporters seek autographs after a rally for U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Sumter Civic Center in Sumter, South Carolina, February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Randall Hill 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/KATE
RTX27BXN 
February 17, 2016 
A printout of the Huffington Post's UK online front page lies on the table during a meeting at Kensington... 
London, United Kingdom 
A printout of the Huffington Post's UK online front page lies on the table during a meeting at Kensington... 
A printout of the Huffington Post's UK online front page lies on the table during a meeting at Kensington Palace in London, Britain February 17, 2016. Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate would seek help for their children George and Charlotte if they had mental health problems one day, Kate wrote in a blog published on Wednesday that sought to tackle the stigma associated with mental illness. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/pool 
ARGENTINA-PROTEST/
RTX24MUY 
January 29, 2016 
Employees of the Kirchner Cultural Center place cardboards depicting Argentine President Mauricio Macri... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Employees of the Kirchner Cultural Center place cardboards depicting Argentine President Mauricio Macri... 
Employees of the Kirchner Cultural Center place cardboards depicting Argentine President Mauricio Macri and Culture Minister Hernan Lombardi (R) during a protest over retrenchments in the the public administration sector in Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 29, 2016. Union leaders said that scores of public workers were dismissed after their contracts were not renewed under President Mauricio Macri's government since the beginning of 2016, local media reported. The words on the cardboard on the right reads, "Seeking for my job". REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
RWANDA-REFERENDUM/
RTX1Z8X8 
December 18, 2015 
A polling assistant holds ballot paper with Kinyarwanda words reading "Yes" and "No" at a polling station... 
Kigali, Rwanda 
A polling assistant holds ballot paper with Kinyarwanda words reading "Yes" and "No" at a polling station... 
A polling assistant holds ballot paper with Kinyarwanda words reading "Yes" and "No" at a polling station in Rwanda's capital Kigali December 18, 2015, during a referendum as Rwandans vote to amend its Contistitution to allow President Paul Kagame to seek a third term. REUTERS/James Akena 
ETHIOPIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Z3E2 
December 17, 2015 
A shop owner poses for a photograph at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa December 16, 2015. Addis Ababa's... 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
A shop owner poses for a photograph at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa 
A shop owner poses for a photograph at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa December 16, 2015. Addis Ababa's 'Mercato' - Italian for 'market' - is reputedly the biggest open-air market in Africa, lying in the west of the capital. Supermarkets have sprouted across the city as the metropolis has expanded with Ethiopia's booming economy, but Mercato remains a popular destination for shoppers seeking clothing, electronics and a huge range of other items. It has been around for as long as the city, which was founded at the end of the 19th century, but it took its current form, and its name, from the Italians who invaded Ethiopia in 1935. The Italian occupation ended in 1941. Picture taken December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
ETHIOPIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1Z3CO 
December 17, 2015 
A construction labourer works on a building near an electrical shop at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa... 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
A construction labourer works on a building near an electrical shop at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa... 
A construction labourer works on a building near an electrical shop at the Mercato market in Addis Ababa October 9, 2015. Addis Ababa's 'Mercato' - Italian for 'market' - is reputedly the biggest open-air market in Africa, lying in the west of the capital. Supermarkets have sprouted across the city as the metropolis has expanded with Ethiopia's booming economy, but Mercato remains a popular destination for shoppers seeking clothing, electronics and a huge range of other items. It has been around for as long as the city, which was founded at the end of the 19th century, but it took its current form, and its name, from the Italians who invaded Ethiopia in 1935. The Italian occupation ended in 1941. Picture taken October 9, 2015. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri
SOCCER-FIFA/PROBE
RTX1X8EY 
December 04, 2015 
A FIFA logo, soccer ball and Jordanian flag cookies are seen as Jordanian Prince Ali bin al-Hussein (not... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
FIFA cookies are seen as Jordanian Prince Ali bin al-Hussein discusses the FIFA corruption scandal in... 
A FIFA logo, soccer ball and Jordanian flag cookies are seen as Jordanian Prince Ali bin al-Hussein (not pictured) discusses the FIFA corruption scandal at the National Press Club in Washington December 4, 2015. Prince Ali is one of five candidates seeking to replace current FIFA president Sepp Blatter, who will step aside after the February 26, 2016 election. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VYM9 
November 26, 2015 
Migrants shout in front of a Macedonian police officer after trying to cross the border from Greece into... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants shout in front of a Macedonian police officer after trying to cross the border from Greece into... 
Migrants shout in front of a Macedonian police officer after trying to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia, November 26, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
POPE-AFRICA/
RTX1VR8T 
November 25, 2015 
A girl with a sticker on her forehead reading "Allah is one" looks on in a compound sheltering internally... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
A girl with a sticker on her forehead reading "Allah is one" looks on in a compound sheltering internally... 
A girl with a sticker on her forehead reading "Allah is one" looks on in a compound sheltering internally displaced Muslims at the central mosque in the PK 5 neighbourhood of Bangui, Central African Republic, November 25, 2015. Pope Francis said on Wednesday he wanted to offer "spiritual and material" support on his first tour of Africa, where he will address a fast-growing Catholic congregation and seek to heal divisions between Christians and Muslims. The pope arrives in Kenya later on Wednesday before travelling to Uganda, another nation targeted by Islamist militant attacks. After that he visits the Central African Republic, a country torn apart by Muslim-Christian strife. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQRX 
November 25, 2015 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQRV 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija 
A migrant waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQQY 
November 25, 2015 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
Migrants protest as they want to cross the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQJW 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQJV 
November 25, 2015 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQCM 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQ9G 
November 25, 2015 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
Migrants protest in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQ7B 
November 25, 2015 
Migrants stand under rain as they wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants stand under rain as they wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija... 
Migrants stand under rain as they wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQ7A 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQ78 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VQ6B 
November 25, 2015 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25,... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija 
A migrant protests in front of police at the border with Greece, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 25, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VKDC 
November 24, 2015 
A migrant man sits behind barbed wire as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant man sits behind barbed wire as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near... 
A migrant man sits behind barbed wire as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VKDA 
November 24, 2015 
A migrant holds a child as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant holds a child as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija 
A migrant holds a child as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VJYH 
November 24, 2015 
A migrant gestures as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant gestures as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija 
A migrant gestures as he waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VJYG 
November 24, 2015 
Migrants wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24,... 
Gevgelija 
Migrants wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija 
Migrants wait to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VJY6 
November 24, 2015 
A migrant's child holds a paper with text 'Please Help Me' as she waits to cross the border from Greece... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
A migrant's child holds a paper with text 'Please Help Me' as she waits to cross the border from Greece... 
A migrant's child holds a paper with text 'Please Help Me' as she waits to cross the border from Greece into Macedonia, near Gevgelija, Macedonia November 24, 2015. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BALKANS
RTX1VDXT 
November 23, 2015 
Migrants from Bangladesh protes at the border with Greece near the village of Gevgelija, Macedonia November... 
Gevgelija, Macedonia 
Migrants from Bangladesh protes at the border with Greece near the village of Gevgelija 
Migrants from Bangladesh protes at the border with Greece near the village of Gevgelija, Macedonia November 23, 2015. Conditions for hundreds of migrants stuck on Balkan borders worsened on Sunday as temperatures dropped and a first smattering of snow fell. Countries along the Balkan route taken by hundreds of thousands of migrants seeking refuge in western Europe last week began filtering the flow, granting passage only to those fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
CUBA-USA/MIGRANTS
RTS7O32 
November 18, 2015 
Cuban migrants take a break at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Penas Blancas, Costa Rica... 
Penas Blancas, Costa Rica 
Cuban migrants take a break at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Penas Blancas 
Cuban migrants take a break at the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in Penas Blancas, Costa Rica November 17, 2015. Cubans have been making their way north from Panama to Costa Rica to Nicaragua, seeking to eventually reach the United States, where Cubans receive special treatment that welcomes them without a visa. But Nicaragua, a close ally of Cuba, closed its border with Costa Rica on Sunday to stop them. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
HAITI-ELECTION/
RTX1SYW6 
October 24, 2015 
A supporter of the Fanmi Lavalas party holds up a picture of deposed former president Jean Bertrand Aristide,... 
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti 
A supporter of the Fanmi Lavalas party holds up a picture of deposed former president Jean Bertrand Aristide,... 
A supporter of the Fanmi Lavalas party holds up a picture of deposed former president Jean Bertrand Aristide, with the word "King", during a rally in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, October 23, 2015. Voters in Haiti go to the polls on Sunday with ballot papers crammed with 54 candidates seeking to become the next president of the hemisphere's poorest country. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
NORTHKOREA-SOUTHKOREA/REUNIONS
RTS51LN 
October 19, 2015 
A woman, who is selected as a participant for a reunion, sits upon her arriving at a hotel used as a... 
Sokcho, South Korea 
A woman, who is selected as a participant for a reunion, sits upon her arriving at a hotel used as a... 
A woman, who is selected as a participant for a reunion, sits upon her arriving at a hotel used as a waiting place in Sokcho, South Korea, October 19, 2015. The reunion of 90 South Koreans and 96 North Koreans, the 20th of its kind, will be held at a resort in the North, mostly in a large ballroom under the watchful eye of officials. The reunions are politically important for the South, where 66,000 people are on a waiting list to see long-lost relatives, a number that is shrinking fast, while the North also seeks to maximise their domestic propaganda value. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
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