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Hannah Vinter

World Refugee Day – Lives Displaced

18 Jun 2014

In the run-up to World Refugee Day on June 20, Reuters photographers in various countries photographed someone who has at some point fled their home, from a Syrian family who escaped to Jordan, to a man who survived the Rwandan genocide and is now about to start his second Master’s degree in the United States.

Glasgow promotes new look, but deprivation festers

26 Feb 2014

GLASGOW, Scotland Showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined Glasgow's River Clyde.

Glasgow promotes new look, but deprivation festers

26 Feb 2014

GLASGOW Showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined Glasgow's River Clyde.

Glasgow promotes new look, but deprivation festers

26 Feb 2014

GLASGOW Showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined Glasgow's River Clyde.

Lost generation of elderly Gurkhas struggle in Britain

08 Nov 2013

FARNBOROUGH, England Retired Captain Birbahadur Thapa served in the British army for 28 years as part of the Brigade of Gurkhas, the fighting force recruited in Nepal whose kukri-wielding soldiers have long been famed as fearsome warriors.

Lost generation of elderly Gurkhas struggle in Britain

08 Nov 2013

FARNBOROUGH Retired Captain Birbahadur Thapa served in the British army for 28 years as part of the Brigade of Gurkhas, the fighting force recruited in Nepal whose kukri-wielding soldiers have long been famed as fearsome warriors.

Lost generation of elderly Gurkhas struggle in Britain

08 Nov 2013

FARNBOROUGH, England Retired Captain Birbahadur Thapa served in the British army for 28 years as part of the Brigade of Gurkhas, the fighting force recruited in Nepal whose kukri-wielding soldiers have long been famed as fearsome warriors.

In Scotland's borderland, enthusiasm for independence elusive

12 Sep 2013

COLDSTREAM The old battlefields where Englishmen and Scotsmen once shed each other's blood are a reminder of historic enmities in the border region.

In Scotland's borderland, enthusiasm for independence elusive

12 Sep 2013

COLDSTREAM The old battlefields where Englishmen and Scotsmen once shed each other's blood are a reminder of historic enmities in the border region.

Exotic cars are hot wheels for teens in deprived London borough

19 Jul 2013

LONDON Teens in a deprived area of east London are sparing no expense when it comes to impressing their friends for a few hours by hiring exotic cars with a price tag that can sometimes rival the cost of the flats where they live.

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