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TUNISIA-PROTESTS/
RTX24LXJ
January 29, 2016
AiSha Khadraui (R), 49, who collects plastic bottles, speaks during her meeting with journalists inside...
Kasserine, Tunisia
Khadraui speaks during her meeting with journalists inside her house at the impoverished Zhor neighborhood...
AiSha Khadraui (R), 49, who collects plastic bottles, speaks during her meeting with journalists inside her house at the impoverished Zhor neighborhood of Kasserine, where young people have been demonstrating for jobs since last week, January 29, 2016. Aisha collects plastic bottles to sell for recycling. "The political and economic situation of my country is scaring me, I see no improvement. Our children have graduated but they can't find any job, we fear for them, there is a huge risk of delinquency, they can be also be recruited by terrorists who are threatening Tunisia. I hope that our leaders be aware of this scourge and bend to find a solution for our situation" Aisha said. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
PANAMA/
RTR3D69E
January 31, 2013
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora...
Panama City, Panama
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora...
Inmates are seen during a media visit organized by the Panamanian and the U.S government at the Pacora Juvenile Center, on the outskirts of Panama City, January 30, 2013. According to the communication department from the U.S embassy in Panama, the U.S government has donated $3.5 million to a non-governmental organization known as "Fundacion de Jesus Luz de Las Oportunidades"(Jesus Light of Opportunities Foundation) to provide vocational training as well as religious and educational workshops to juvenile inmates around the country as part of a three year pilot rehabilitation project organized by the Panamanian and the U.S. government. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY)
PANAMA/
RTR3D69A
January 31, 2013
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center,...
Panama City, Panama
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center,...
Inmates attend a bakery workshop as part of a pilot rehabilitation project at the Pacora Juvenile Center, on the outskirts of Panama City, January 30, 2013. According to the communication department from the U.S embassy in Panama, the U.S government has donated $3.5 million to a non-governmental organization known as "Fundacion de Jesus Luz de Las Oportunidades"(Jesus Light of Opportunities Foundation) to provide vocational training as well as religious and educational workshops to juvenile inmates around the country as part of a three year pilot rehabilitation project organized by the Panamanian and the U.S. government. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (PANAMA - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY)
Health
Health
Yoga For Inmates - 17 Nov 2011
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GERMANY/
RTXUPLM
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPL7
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPL5
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPL3
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPL0
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine gives boxing explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPKZ
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko (R) of Ukraine and German boxer Axel Schulz give explanations to...
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko German boxer Schulz give explanations to young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko (R) of Ukraine and German boxer Axel Schulz give explanations to young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTXUPID
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine poses with young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010....
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko poses with young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine poses with young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
GERMANY/
RTXUPIC
November 16, 2010
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine poses with young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010....
Berlin, Germany
WBC boxing champion Klitschko poses with young boxers in Berlin
WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine poses with young boxers in Berlin, November 16, 2010. Klitschko on Monday visited the project Kick Sport gegen Jugendelinguenz (Sport against youth delinquency) in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY BOXING)
MEXICO-DRUGS/
RTR25ZGB
July 24, 2009
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana July 23, 2009. Seventeen teenagers,...
Tijuana, Mexico
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana
Two inmates are escorted by policemen after their recapture in Tijuana July 23, 2009. Seventeen teenagers, many accused of working as hitmen for drug gangs, escaped from a juvenile detention center near the U.S. border on Thursday after digging through an outer wall, police said. REUTERS/Jorge Duenes(MEXICO)
GERMANY/
RTR1ZBDD
April 10, 2008
Franz Maget (L) head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses Oguz Vatan (20) during a friendly...
Munich, Germany
Maget head of Bavaria's SPD poses during a visit in a work and box company in Taufkirchen
Franz Maget (L) head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses Oguz Vatan (20) during a friendly training session in a work and box company in Taufkirchen near Munich April 10, 2008. The company aims to provide young offenders and delinquents to get a new chance in their lives, through a combination of sport and occupational perspectives. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1ZBDC
April 10, 2008
Franz Maget (R) head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) fights against Oguz Vatan (20) during...
Munich, Germany
Maget head of Bavaria's SPD boxes during a visit in a work and box company in Taufkirchen
Franz Maget (R) head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) fights against Oguz Vatan (20) during a friendly training session in a work and box company in Taufkirchen near Munich April 10, 2008. The company aims to provide young offenders and delinquents to get a new chance in their lives, through a combination of sport and occupational perspectives. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1ZBDB
April 10, 2008
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit...
Munich, Germany
Maget head of Bavaria's SPD poses with boxing gloves during a visit in a work and box company in Taufkirchen...
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit and a training session in a work and box company in Taufkirchen near Munich April 10, 2008. The company aims to provide young offenders and delinquents to get a new chance in their lives, through a combination of sport and occupational perspectives. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1ZBD9
April 10, 2008
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit...
Munich, Germany
Maget head of Bavaria's SPD poses with boxing gloves during a visit in a work and box company in Taufkirchen...
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit and a training session in a work and box company in Taufkirchen near Munich April 10, 2008. The company aims to provide young offenders and delinquents to get a new chance in their lives, through a combination of sport and occupational perspectives. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1ZBD8
April 10, 2008
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit...
Munich, Germany
Maget head of Bavaria's SPD poses with boxing gloves during a visit in a work and box company in Taufkirchen...
Franz Maget, head of Bavaria's Social Democratic Party (SPD) poses with boxing gloves during a visit and a training session in a work and box company in Taufkirchen near Munich April 10, 2008. The company aims to provide young offenders and delinquents to get a new chance in their lives, through a combination of sport and occupational perspectives. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
MDF1800060.SUB
RTR3G2C8
January 08, 2008
Teenagers have lunch at the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through...
Germany
Teenagers have lunch at training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
Teenagers have lunch at the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5COV
January 08, 2008
A sign for the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
A sign for training camp for delinquent teenagers is seen in Diemelstadt
A sign for the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg is seen on a building in the compound in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CN2
January 08, 2008
Teenagers have lunch at the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers have lunch at training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
Teenagers have lunch at the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1EA351KP401
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMZ
January 08, 2008
Teenagers box during their sport practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers box during their sport practice session in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt...
Teenagers box during their sport practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMX
January 08, 2008
Teenagers warm up during their sport practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers warm up during their sport practice session in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt...
Teenagers warm up during their sport practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMS
January 08, 2008
Teenagers are reflected in a mirror as they work out during their sport practice session in the training...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers are reflected in a mirror as they work out during their sport practice session in Diemelstadt...
Teenagers are reflected in a mirror as they work out during their sport practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMR
January 08, 2008
Teenagers line up during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben"...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers line up during roll call in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
Teenagers line up during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMO
January 08, 2008
An instructor gives orders during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
An instructor gives orders during roll call in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
An instructor gives orders during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMM
January 08, 2008
A teenagers warms up for a boxing practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
A teenager warms up for boxing practice session in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt...
A teenagers warms up for a boxing practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CML
January 08, 2008
Teenagers warm up for a boxing practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers warm up for boxing practice session in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt...
Teenagers warm up for a boxing practice session in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CMI
January 08, 2008
Teenagers are punished with knee bends during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
Teenagers are punished with knee bends during roll call in training camp for delinquent teenagers in...
Teenagers are punished with knee bends during roll call in the training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by Turkish and Greek youths in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CME
January 08, 2008
A teenager works out in a training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
A teenager works out in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
A teenager works out in a training camp for delinquent teenagers "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by a Turkish and Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY-FOREIGNERS/MERKEL
RTX5CM9
January 08, 2008
A teenager is punished with push-ups during roll call in a training camp for delinquent teenagers, "Durchboxen...
DIEMELSTADT, Germany
A teenager is punished with push-ups in training camp for delinquent teenagers in Diemelstadt
A teenager is punished with push-ups during roll call in a training camp for delinquent teenagers, "Durchboxen im Leben" (Push through Life) founded by German former professional boxer Lothar Kannenberg in the village of Diemelstadt January 8, 2008. German Chancellor Angela Merkel voiced support for boot camps and other new penalties for young criminals, backing a party ally who sparked outrage by suggesting foreign youths were fuelling a violent crime wave, after a widely-publicised assault on a German pensioner by a Turkish and a Greek youth in Munich shortly before Christmas. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
POPE/
RTR1NM1M
March 18, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome...
Rome, Italy
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome...
Pope Benedict XVI greets young people during a visit at the juvenile prison of "Casal del Marmo" in Rome March 18, 2007. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA7Z
March 09, 2007
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) is seen in Meyzieu
Prison guard badge of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA6P
March 09, 2007
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France during...
MEYZIEU, France
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
A general view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA54
March 09, 2007
An individual cell in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
An individual cell is seen in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
An individual cell in the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1NA4S
March 09, 2007
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France...
MEYZIEU, France
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu
An internal view of the new French prison for minors (EPM) in Meyzieu, near Lyon, southeastern France is seen during its inauguration, March 9, 2007. The first of seven such prisons for minors, it will accommodate 60 minors and will start receiving young offenders this June. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO6A
August 25, 2006
A man and a child enter a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A man and a child enter a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul
A man and a child enter a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO66
August 25, 2006
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO61
August 25, 2006
A woman sounds a gong to signal dinner time in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A woman sounds a gong to signal dinner time in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul
A woman sounds a gong to signal dinner time in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO60
August 25, 2006
A man chops wood for daily use in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A man chops wood for daily use in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul
A man chops wood for daily use in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO5X
August 25, 2006
A man performs the gymnastic dance "Ushu" inside a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A man performs the gymnastic dance "Ushu" inside a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake...
A man performs the gymnastic dance "Ushu" inside a yurt tent in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTR1GO5W
August 25, 2006
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of...
TOSOR, Kyrgystan
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul
A man performs a pantomime in a camp for young delinquents at Lake Issyk-Kul, near the settlement of Tosor, some 300 km (186 miles) east of Bishkek, August 25, 2006. The UNESCO-financed camp, comprising of 20 traditional yurt tents, is the site of the "Planetary Eye" festival, which is aimed at facilitating the rehabilitation of young offenders through performance and art. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN)
KYRGYZSTAN
RTRJSYW
January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts attend a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts attend Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts attend a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first time in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
KYRGYZSTAN
RTRJSY5
January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts watch Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts watch for Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts watch Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
KYRGYZSTAN
RTRJSXK
January 06, 2005
Young Kyrgyz convicts line up for a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka...
Voznesenovka, Kyrgystan
Kyrgyz under-age convicts line up for Christmas performance.
Young Kyrgyz convicts line up for a Christmas performance in a juvenile delinquent institution in Voznesenovka village some 60 km west of the country's capital Bishkek, January 6, 2005. The performance was organised for the first in the institution where about 500 teenagers live. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov SZH/CVI/SM
RUSSIA
RTRNQ0Q
October 04, 2001
Prisoners at a juvenile delinquents centre in the Siberian town of
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Kemerovo...
Leninsk-Kuznetsky, Russia
PRISONERS AT A JUVENILE DELINQUENT CENTRE PLAY ON COMPUTERS IN
LENINSK-KUZNETSKY.
Prisoners at a juvenile delinquents centre in the Siberian town of
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Kemerovo region react as they play on a
computer, October 4, 2001. Young prisoners received 10 computers as a
present on Teachers' Day which is celebrated in Russia annually in
early October. (Picture taken October 4) REUTERS/Andrei Rudakov

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RUSSIA
RTRKX1Q
July 19, 2001
Young convicts have lunch at a juvenile delinquent colony in
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Siberian Kemerovo...
Leninsk-Kuznetsky, Russia
YOUNG CONVICTS LUNCH AT A COLONY IN SIBERIA.
Young convicts have lunch at a juvenile delinquent colony in
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Siberian Kemerovo region, July 19, 2001. Some
278 teenagers, aged between 14 and 18, are kept in the colony, opened
on August 27, 1969.

CVI/KM
RUSSIA
RTRKX1L
July 19, 2001
Young convicts perform their daily shaving procedure at a juvenile
delinquent colony in Leninsk-Kuznetsky,...
Leninsk-Kuznetsky, Russia
YOUNG CONVICTS UNDERGO DAILY SHAVE AT A COLONY IN SIBERIA.
Young convicts perform their daily shaving procedure at a juvenile
delinquent colony in Leninsk-Kuznetsky, in the Siberian Kemerovo
region, July 19, 2001. Some 278 teenagers, aged between 14 and 18, are
kept in the colony, opened on August 27, 1969.

CVI/KM
RUSSIA
RTRKX1G
July 19, 2001
Young convicts play chess at a juvenile delinquent colony in
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Siberian Kemerovo...
Leninsk-Kuznetsky, Russia
YOUNG CONVICTS PLAY CHESS AT A COLONY IN SIBERIA.
Young convicts play chess at a juvenile delinquent colony in
Leninsk-Kuznetsky in the Siberian Kemerovo region, July 19, 2001. Some
278 teenagers, aged between 14 and 18, are kept in the colony, opened
on August 27, 1969.

CVI/KM
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