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USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP
RTX7RGHA
August 24, 2020
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Giancarlo Granda poses for a portrait in Washington
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca while he was working as a pool attendant at a luxury Miami Beach hotel and was later backed by them in a business venture involving a youth hostel, poses for a portrait in Washington, U.S., August 10, 2020. Picture taken August 10, 2020. To match Special Report USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP
RTX7RGGT
August 24, 2020
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Giancarlo Granda poses for a portrait in Washington
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca while he was working as a pool attendant at a luxury Miami Beach hotel and was later backed by them in a business venture involving a youth hostel, poses for a portrait in Washington, U.S., August 10, 2020. Picture taken August 10, 2020. To match Special Report USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP
RTX7RGGS
August 24, 2020
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Giancarlo Granda poses for a portrait in Washington
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca while he was working as a pool attendant at a luxury Miami Beach hotel and was later backed by them in a business venture involving a youth hostel, poses for a portrait in Washington, U.S. August 10, 2020. Picture taken August 10, 2020. To match Special Report USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP
RTX7RGGM
August 24, 2020
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Giancarlo Granda poses for a portrait in Washington
Giancarlo Granda, who was befriended by Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr and his wife Rebecca while he was working as a pool attendant at a luxury Miami Beach hotel and was later backed by them in a business venture involving a youth hostel, poses for a portrait in Washington, U.S., August 10, 2020. Picture taken August 10, 2020. To match Special Report USA-FALWELL/RELATIONSHIP REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
HEALTH-CORNAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS37TWD
April 01, 2020
A general view shows the entrance of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter...
Berlin, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin
A general view shows the entrance of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
HEALTH-CORNAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS37TW2
April 01, 2020
A general view shows the entrance of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter...
Berlin, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin
A general view shows the entrance of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
HEALTH-CORNAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS37TVQ
April 01, 2020
A man stands in front of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government,...
Berlin, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin
A man stands in front of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
HEALTH-CORNAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS37TUX
April 01, 2020
A man stands in front of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government,...
Berlin, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Berlin
A man stands in front of a former youth hostel which was converted into a homeless shelter by the government, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany, April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Michele Tantussi
NEWZEALAND-SHOOTING/SURVIVORS
RTS2GXQK
April 09, 2019
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mark Rangi, 59, a New Zealander based...
Christchurch, New Zealand
The Wider Image: Lives forever changed by Christchurch shootings
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mark Rangi, 59, a New Zealander based in Sydney and a survivor of Christchurch shootings, shows his wounds at a youth hostel where he is staying in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 26, 2019. Rangi who had visited Al Noor mosque for Friday prayers for the first time, was shot in his legs but survived by climbing over two fences for cover. His son flew over to help him as they wait for further treatment in Christchurch. After surgery, he is able to walk slowly but Rangi is doubtful he can return to work as a baggage handler in Sydney. "I wouldn't have a clue (what to do now). I want to be independent," he said. "I'm very lucky that I didn't get injured worse, so I'm grateful for that." REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "SHOOTING SURVIVORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
NEWZEALAND-SHOOTING/SURVIVORS
RTS2GVKO
April 08, 2019
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mark Rangi, 59, a New Zealander based...
Christchurch, New Zealand
The Wider Image: Lives forever changed by Christchurch shootings
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH Mark Rangi, 59, a New Zealander based in Sydney and a survivor of Christchurch shootings, shows his wounds at a youth hostel where he is staying in Christchurch, New Zealand, March 26, 2019. Rangi who had visited Al Noor mosque for Friday prayers for the first time, was shot in his legs but survived by climbing over two fences for cover. His son flew over to help him as they wait for further treatment in Christchurch. After surgery, he is able to walk slowly but Rangi is doubtful he can return to work as a baggage handler in Sydney. "I wouldn't have a clue (what to do now). I want to be independent," he said. "I'm very lucky that I didn't get injured worse, so I'm grateful for that." REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "SHOOTING SURVIVORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SWISS-TOURISM/
RTS1BUEC
August 15, 2017
The logo of the International Hostelling federation is seen in front of a Youth Hostel in Interlaken,...
Interlaken, Switzerland
The logo of the International Hostelling federation is seen in Interlaken
The logo of the International Hostelling federation is seen in front of a Youth Hostel in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-TOURISM/
RTS1BUE9
August 15, 2017
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann...
Interlaken, Switzerland
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-TOURISM/
RTS1BUE8
August 15, 2017
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Interlaken, Switzerland
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-TOURISM/
RTS1BUE5
August 15, 2017
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Interlaken, Switzerland
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken
A Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-TOURISM/
RTS1BUE3
August 15, 2017
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann...
Interlaken, Switzerland
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken
The logo of a Youth Hostel is seen in Interlaken, Switzerland, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SOCCER-EURO/
RTSC8IG
March 25, 2016
A detail of the facade of the youth hostel is seen in Lille, France, March 18, 2016. France will host...
Lille, France
A detail of the facade of the youth hostel is seen in Lille
A detail of the facade of the youth hostel is seen in Lille, France, March 18, 2016. France will host the Euro 2016 soccer tournament from June 10 to July 10. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
SOCCER-EURO/
RTSC8I6
March 25, 2016
A city road sign is seen near the youth hostel in Lille, France, March 18, 2016. France will host the...
Lille, France
A city road sign is seen near the youth hostel in Lille
A city road sign is seen near the youth hostel in Lille, France, March 18, 2016. France will host the Euro 2016 soccer tournament from June 10 to July 10. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA8E6
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they gave to a youth association at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA8E4
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a newly-inaugurated bench alongside...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a newly-inaugurated bench alongside...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a newly-inaugurated bench alongside French Minister for Overseas Territories George Pau-Langevin (front R) and youths and former French footballer Lilian Thuram (top C) as they visit a youth association at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA8CN
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arrive at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris,...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arrive at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arrive at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA8C8
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands (L) gestures as he is shown the Halle Pajol youth hostel by...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands gestures as he is shown the Halle Pajol youth hostel by an unidentified...
King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands (L) gestures as he is shown the Halle Pajol youth hostel by an unidentified official in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA8A1
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands pose on a newly inaugurated bench which they gave to a youth association at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NTHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA89S
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a nearly inaugurated bench alongside...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a nearly inaugurated bench alongside...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (C) pose on a nearly inaugurated bench alongside French Minister for Overseas Territories George Pau-Langevin (front R) and youths and former French footballer Lilian Thuram (top C) as they visit a youth association at the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
FRANCE-NETHERLANDS/ROYALS
RTSA85K
March 10, 2016
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands are greeted by French Minister for Overseas...
Paris, France
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands are greeted by French Minister for Overseas...
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands are greeted by French Minister for Overseas Territories George Pau-Langevin (R) as they visit the Halle Pajol youth hostel in Paris, France, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool
INDIA
RTS8X9O
March 02, 2016
Radhika Vemula, mother of Rohith Vemula, reacts during a protest march organized by the Indian Youth...
New Delhi, India
Radhika Vemula, mother of Rohith Vemula, reacts during a protest march organized by the Indian Youth...
Radhika Vemula, mother of Rohith Vemula, reacts during a protest march organized by the Indian Youth Congress (IYC) in New Delhi, India, March 2, 2016. Hundreds of activists gathered to protest and express solidarity for Vemula, a low-caste student of the University of Hyderabad who was found hanging at a hostel in January this year. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA
RTS8X96
March 02, 2016
Demonstrators from Indian Youth Congress (IYC) burn an effigy of Indian education minister Smriti Irani...
New Delhi, India
Demonstrators from Indian Youth Congress (IYC) burn an effigy of Indian education minister Smriti Irani...
Demonstrators from Indian Youth Congress (IYC) burn an effigy of Indian education minister Smriti Irani during a protest march near the Indian Parliament in New Delhi, India, March 2, 2016. Hundreds of activists gathered to protest and express solidarity for Rohith Vemula, a low-caste student of the University of Hyderabad who was found hanging at a hostel in January this year. REUTERS /Anindito Mukherjee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-PROTESTS/
RTS8X8R
March 02, 2016
Demonstrators from Indian Youth Congress (IYC) climb over police barricades during a protest march near...
New Delhi, India
Demonstrators from IYC climb over police barricades during a protest march near the Indian Parliament...
Demonstrators from Indian Youth Congress (IYC) climb over police barricades during a protest march near the Indian Parliament in New Delhi, India, March 2, 2016. Hundreds of activists gathered to protest and express solidarity for Rohith Vemula, a low-caste student of the University of Hyderabad who was found hanging at a hostel in January this year. REUTERS /Anindito Mukherjee
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHH
October 18, 2015
Migrant children are seen in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
Migrant children are seen in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrant children are seen in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHG
October 18, 2015
A migrant and her children walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October...
Celle, Germany
A migrant and her children walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A migrant and her children walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHF
October 18, 2015
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHE
October 18, 2015
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants from Syria sit in their tent in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHD
October 18, 2015
Migrants use their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October...
Celle, Germany
Migrants use their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants use their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHC
October 18, 2015
Migrant children play tabletop football in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
Migrant children play tabletop football in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrant children play tabletop football in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YHB
October 18, 2015
Clothes belonging to migrants hang on a fence in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October...
Celle, Germany
Clothes belonging to migrants hang on a fence in a refugee camp in Celle
Clothes belonging to migrants hang on a fence in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YH3
October 18, 2015
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YH2
October 18, 2015
A view of a class schedule for language lessons in a canteen at a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony,...
Celle, Germany
A view of a class schedule for language lessons in a canteen at a refugee camp in Celle
A view of a class schedule for language lessons in a canteen at a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YH1
October 18, 2015
A volunteer prepares food in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
A volunteer prepares food in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
A volunteer prepares food in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YH0
October 18, 2015
Migrants sit in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the...
Celle, Germany
Migrants sit in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants sit in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGZ
October 18, 2015
Winter clothes are pictured in a clothing depot in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October...
Celle, Germany
Winter clothes are pictured in a clothing depot in a refugee camp in Celle
Winter clothes are pictured in a clothing depot in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGX
October 18, 2015
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrant children colour in a playroom in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGV
October 18, 2015
A migrant uses her cell phone in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October...
Celle, Germany
A migrant uses her cell phone in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
A migrant uses her cell phone in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGU
October 18, 2015
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGT
October 18, 2015
Food is pictured in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With...
Celle, Germany
Food is pictured in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Food is pictured in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGS
October 18, 2015
Migrants walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, October 15, 2015. With the...
Celle, Germany
Migrants walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants walk in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGQ
October 18, 2015
Migrants eat in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the...
Celle, Germany
Migrants eat in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants eat in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGP
October 18, 2015
Migrants walk beside rows of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
Migrants walk beside rows of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants walk beside rows of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGO
October 18, 2015
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015....
Celle, Germany
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A heater is seen in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGN
October 18, 2015
Migrants wear flip-flops in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, October 15, 2015. With the approach...
Celle, Germany
Migrants wear flip-flops in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants wear flip-flops in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGM
October 18, 2015
A migrant holding her child receives food in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
A migrant holding her child receives food in a refugee camp in Celle
A migrant holding her child receives food in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGK
October 18, 2015
A migrant girl stands in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
A migrant girl stands in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A migrant girl stands in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGJ
October 18, 2015
Migrants sit on a bench as they charge their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony,...
Celle, Germany
Migrants sit on a bench as they charge their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants sit on a bench as they charge their cell phones in a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGI
October 18, 2015
Migrants pass rows of toilets in front of a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany...
Celle, Germany
Migrants pass rows of toilets in front of a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle
Migrants pass rows of toilets in front of a canteen in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YGH
October 18, 2015
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee...
Celle, Germany
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee...
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YG9
October 18, 2015
A migrant girl walks in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15,...
Celle, Germany
A migrant girl walks in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle
A migrant girl walks in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER
RTS4YG8
October 18, 2015
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee...
Celle, Germany
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee...
Three-year-old Yazem from Aleppo, Syria, holds an umbrella as he stands in front of tents in a refugee camp in Celle, Lower-Saxony, Germany October 15, 2015. With the approach of winter, authorities are scrambling to find warm places to stay for the thousands of refugees streaming into Germany every day. In desperation, they have turned to sports halls, youth hostels and empty office buildings. But as these options dry up, tent cities have become the fall-back plan: despite falling temperatures, a survey by German newspaper Die Welt showed at least 42,000 refugees were still living in tents. Picture taken October 15, 2015. To match Insight EUROPE-MIGRANTS/GERMANY-WINTER REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
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GERMANY/
RTX140JG
September 26, 2013
A general view shows the Base Camp Bonn Young Hostel, the world's first camping trailer and Pullman coach...
Bonn, Germany
A general view shows the Base Camp Bonn Young Hostel at night in Bonn
A general view shows the Base Camp Bonn Young Hostel, the world's first camping trailer and Pullman coach hostel, at night in Bonn September 20, 2013. The hostel was opened in August this year in a former storage facility, consists of 15 various camping caravans in vintage style, two former railway Pullman coaches and four U.S. Airstream trailers all with shared washrooms. The prices of the 120 beds in the 1600 square meter indoor complex range from 22 to 69 euros per night. Each trailer was individually designed by film and TV outfitter Marion Seul. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
GERMANY/
RTX140J5
September 26, 2013
A man opens the curtain of his room "Flower Power" , a vintage camping caravan that was converted into...
Bonn, Germany
A man opens the curtain of his vintage camping caravan that was converted into a hotel room at the Base...
A man opens the curtain of his room "Flower Power" , a vintage camping caravan that was converted into a hotel room at the Base Camp Bonn Young Hostel, the world's first camping trailer and Pullman coach hostel, in Bonn September 20, 2013. The hostel was opened in August this year in a former storage facility, consists of 15 various camping caravans in vintage style, two former railway Pullman coaches and four U.S. Airstream trailers all with shared washrooms. The prices of the 120 beds in the 1600 square meter indoor complex range from 22 to 69 euros per night. Each trailer was individually designed by film and TV outfitter Marion Seul. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
GERMANY/
RTX140II
September 26, 2013
A newly wed couple sits in front of the "House Boat", a vintage camping caravan that was converted into...
Bonn, Germany
A newly wed couple sits in front of the "House Boat", a vintage camping caravan that was converted into...
A newly wed couple sits in front of the "House Boat", a vintage camping caravan that was converted into a hotel room at the Base Camp Bonn Young Hostel, the world's first camping trailer and Pullman coach hostel, in Bonn September 20, 2013. The hostel was opened in August this year in a former storage facility, consists of 15 various camping caravans in vintage style, two former railway Pullman coaches and four U.S. Airstream trailers all with shared washrooms. The prices of the 120 beds in the 1600 square meter indoor complex range from 22 to 69 euros per night. Each trailer was individually designed by film and TV outfitter Marion Seul. Picture taken September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
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RTX1094U
June 02, 2013
Seungchul You sits in his one-room, 200-squared foot apartment at Element 10 in Seattle, Washington May...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Seungchul You sits in his one-room 200 squared foot apartment at Element 10 in Seattle, Washington.
Seungchul You sits in his one-room, 200-squared foot apartment at Element 10 in Seattle, Washington May 12, 2013. "I moved into this apartment 7 months ago, I live alone, and I don't need a bigger apartment" said You, an English student at a local community college. Tiny apartments are cropping up in major cities around the country to meet the demand of people who are short on cash but determined to live in areas with otherwise pricey rents. Micros, also known as "hostel-style" apartments, usually offer less than 200 square feet (18.5 square metres) including private bathrooms, and they typically come furnished, sometimes with built-in beds and other amenities to save space. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Nick Adams (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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