Edition:
United Kingdom
Pictures | Thu Sep 7, 2017 | 12:20am BST

Harvey evacuees return home

Gabrielle Johnson walks through her flood damaged kitchen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Gabrielle Johnson walks through her flood damaged kitchen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Gabrielle Johnson walks through her flood damaged kitchen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
1 / 46
Roy Matthews cuts his front lawn as a friend helps with flood clean-up at his home in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Roy Matthews cuts his front lawn as a friend helps with flood clean-up at his home in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Roy Matthews cuts his front lawn as a friend helps with flood clean-up at his home in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
2 / 46
Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Tommy Phillips helps his son's small business TNT Western Wear as he sorts flood damaged cowboy boots in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
3 / 46
A chalkboard pointing to a FEMA office is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A chalkboard pointing to a FEMA office is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A chalkboard pointing to a FEMA office is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
4 / 46
Daphanie Kingston sets up a relief center at a local shopping mall parking lot in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Daphanie Kingston sets up a relief center at a local shopping mall parking lot in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Daphanie Kingston sets up a relief center at a local shopping mall parking lot in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
5 / 46
A storm damaged McDonald's restaurant sign is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A storm damaged McDonald's restaurant sign is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A storm damaged McDonald's restaurant sign is shown in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
6 / 46
Flood damage from a home is left along the street in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damage from a home is left along the street in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Flood damage from a home is left along the street in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
7 / 46
Charity Wilson graciously accepts lunch made and brought over by Jeanie Gunter as Wilson helps her sister recover her family's flooded Western Wear business in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Charity Wilson graciously accepts lunch made and brought over by Jeanie Gunter as Wilson helps her sister recover her family's flooded Western Wear business in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Charity Wilson graciously accepts lunch made and brought over by Jeanie Gunter as Wilson helps her sister recover her family's flooded Western Wear business in the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey in Wharton, Texas. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Close
8 / 46
Clothes are seen laid out to dry in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Clothes are seen laid out to dry in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Clothes are seen laid out to dry in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
9 / 46
Kathy Gonzalez rests after removing belongings from her flood damaged home in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Kathy Gonzalez rests after removing belongings from her flood damaged home in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Kathy Gonzalez rests after removing belongings from her flood damaged home in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
10 / 46
A man takes debris out of a flood-damaged house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A man takes debris out of a flood-damaged house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

A man takes debris out of a flood-damaged house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Port Arthur, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
11 / 46
Flood damaged debris is seen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Flood damaged debris is seen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Flood damaged debris is seen in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
12 / 46
Bobby Brown removes damaged sheet rock from his sister's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Bobby Brown removes damaged sheet rock from his sister's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Bobby Brown removes damaged sheet rock from his sister's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
13 / 46
Starla Nance piles debris outside of her home that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Starla Nance piles debris outside of her home that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Starla Nance piles debris outside of her home that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
14 / 46
Murel Slayton removes damaged floor tiles from a friend's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Murel Slayton removes damaged floor tiles from a friend's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Murel Slayton removes damaged floor tiles from a friend's house in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
15 / 46
Ross Brown sees what can be salvaged in a family member's house that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Ross Brown sees what can be salvaged in a family member's house that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Ross Brown sees what can be salvaged in a family member's house that was flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey in Orange, Texas. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
Close
16 / 46
Vince Ware moves his sofas onto the sidewalk from his house. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Vince Ware moves his sofas onto the sidewalk from his house. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Vince Ware moves his sofas onto the sidewalk from his house. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
17 / 46
Daniel Vasquez removes a damaged carpet from his home in east Houston, Texas. Vasquez and his family, originally from El Salvador, spent six days at the shelter after being airlifted by rescue helicopter. Vasquez, a truck driver who supports a family of five, did not hold flood insurance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Daniel Vasquez removes a damaged carpet from his home in east Houston, Texas. Vasquez and his family, originally from El Salvador, spent six days at the shelter after being airlifted by rescue helicopter. Vasquez, a truck driver who supports a family...more

Daniel Vasquez removes a damaged carpet from his home in east Houston, Texas. Vasquez and his family, originally from El Salvador, spent six days at the shelter after being airlifted by rescue helicopter. Vasquez, a truck driver who supports a family of five, did not hold flood insurance. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
18 / 46
Isaac Zermeno discard furniture from the house of a neighbor  in Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Isaac Zermeno discard furniture from the house of a neighbor in Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Isaac Zermeno discard furniture from the house of a neighbor in Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
19 / 46
Daniel Vasquez stands by a window of his home in east Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Daniel Vasquez stands by a window of his home in east Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Daniel Vasquez stands by a window of his home in east Houston, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
20 / 46
Erlind Trigo and her niece Miriam weep as they look at family photographs which they salvaged from their home in  Houston. 


REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Erlind Trigo and her niece Miriam weep as they look at family photographs which they salvaged from their home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Erlind Trigo and her niece Miriam weep as they look at family photographs which they salvaged from their home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
21 / 46
A man disposes of drywall while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. 

REUTERS/Adrees Latif

A man disposes of drywall while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

A man disposes of drywall while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
22 / 46
George Diaz disposes of furniture while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

George Diaz disposes of furniture while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

George Diaz disposes of furniture while salvaging through belongings from his family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
23 / 46
Mariah Castillo watches her mother Roxanne Castillo kiss her mother Dolores Hedger, 68, while salvaging through their family home in Houston.
 REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Mariah Castillo watches her mother Roxanne Castillo kiss her mother Dolores Hedger, 68, while salvaging through their family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Mariah Castillo watches her mother Roxanne Castillo kiss her mother Dolores Hedger, 68, while salvaging through their family home in Houston. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
Close
24 / 46
Bible and hymn books that were damaged outside a Baptist church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Bible and hymn books that were damaged outside a Baptist church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Bible and hymn books that were damaged outside a Baptist church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
25 / 46
A volunteer helps clean up the damage from a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A volunteer helps clean up the damage from a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A volunteer helps clean up the damage from a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
26 / 46
A volunteer helps clean up the damage at a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A volunteer helps clean up the damage at a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A volunteer helps clean up the damage at a Lutheran church in Dickinson, Texas. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
27 / 46
Melissa Ramirez struggles against the current flowing down a flooded street helped by Edward Ramirez (L) and Cody Collinsworth as she tries to return to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Melissa Ramirez struggles against the current flowing down a flooded street helped by Edward Ramirez (L) and Cody Collinsworth as she tries to return to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Melissa Ramirez struggles against the current flowing down a flooded street helped by Edward Ramirez (L) and Cody Collinsworth as she tries to return to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
28 / 46
Nancy McBride collects items from her flooded kitchen as she returned to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Nancy McBride collects items from her flooded kitchen as she returned to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Nancy McBride collects items from her flooded kitchen as she returned to her home for the first time in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
29 / 46
Patrice Laporte measures how much of the floodwaters have gone down at his house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Patrice Laporte measures how much of the floodwaters have gone down at his house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Patrice Laporte measures how much of the floodwaters have gone down at his house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
30 / 46
Patrice Laporte in his garage in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Patrice Laporte in his garage in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Patrice Laporte in his garage in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
31 / 46
Damaged furniture, carpets and flooring are piled at the curbside by residents as many began repairs in Houston. REUTERS/Gary McWilliams

Damaged furniture, carpets and flooring are piled at the curbside by residents as many began repairs in Houston. REUTERS/Gary McWilliams

Damaged furniture, carpets and flooring are piled at the curbside by residents as many began repairs in Houston. REUTERS/Gary McWilliams
Close
32 / 46
A girl sits amidst giant piles of flood damaged trash in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A girl sits amidst giant piles of flood damaged trash in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A girl sits amidst giant piles of flood damaged trash in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
33 / 46
People sort through belongings in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

People sort through belongings in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

People sort through belongings in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
34 / 46
Shirts seen drying outside of a trailer house in east Houston. 

REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Shirts seen drying outside of a trailer house in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Shirts seen drying outside of a trailer house in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
35 / 46
A man adds to a trash pile in southwestern Houston. 

REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man adds to a trash pile in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man adds to a trash pile in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
36 / 46
The high water mark is visible on a house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The high water mark is visible on a house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

The high water mark is visible on a house in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
37 / 46
Josh Beasley, 38, points to damaged equipment and material ripped out of his gym in Houston. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder

Josh Beasley, 38, points to damaged equipment and material ripped out of his gym in Houston. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder

Josh Beasley, 38, points to damaged equipment and material ripped out of his gym in Houston. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder
Close
38 / 46
Ben LeDoux, cousin of the homeowner, kicks a hole in a home in southwestern Houston. 

REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Ben LeDoux, cousin of the homeowner, kicks a hole in a home in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Ben LeDoux, cousin of the homeowner, kicks a hole in a home in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
39 / 46
Condensation seen inside of a car damaged in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Condensation seen inside of a car damaged in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Condensation seen inside of a car damaged in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
40 / 46
A man adds to a pile of trash in southwest Houston. 

REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man adds to a pile of trash in southwest Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man adds to a pile of trash in southwest Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
41 / 46
Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
42 / 46
Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Karla Montero distributes donations to local residents in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
43 / 46
Rogelio Salina takes as break as he helps a neighbor to clean a house in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Rogelio Salina takes as break as he helps a neighbor to clean a house in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Rogelio Salina takes as break as he helps a neighbor to clean a house in east Houston. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
Close
44 / 46
Giant mounds of trash line the sidewalks in Houston. 

REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Giant mounds of trash line the sidewalks in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Giant mounds of trash line the sidewalks in Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
45 / 46
Children pick through toys in a trash pile in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Children pick through toys in a trash pile in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Children pick through toys in a trash pile in southwestern Houston. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Close
46 / 46

Next Slideshows

North Korea's nuclear celebration

Pyongyang celebrates the completion of the hydrostatic test for the intercontinental ballistic rocket.

06 Sep 2017

Trump scraps 'Dreamer' program

President Trump rescinds the DACA program that protects from deportation almost 800,000 young men and women who were brought into the United States illegally...

06 Sep 2017

Largest wildfire in Los Angeles history

The 5,000-acre La Tuna Fire, named after the canyon area where it erupted on Friday, has led authorities to evacuate more than 700 homes in the area and in...

05 Sep 2017

Burning Man Festival

Scenes from the Playa in the remote Nevada desert.

03 Sep 2017

MORE IN PICTURES

Mexico reels after devastating earthquake

Mexico reels after devastating earthquake

Rescuers toil to find survivors in the rubble a day after a devastating earthquake in central Mexico killed more than 200 people.

Rohingya flee Myanmar violence

Rohingya flee Myanmar violence

Violence in Myanmar that began last month has forced more than 421,000 Rohingya to seek refuge in Bangladesh.

Countdown to German election

Countdown to German election

On the campaign trail as Germans prepare to go to the polls.

Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week

Backstage and collection highlights from Milan.

London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week

Backstage and collection highlights from London.

Hurricane Maria slams Caribbean

Hurricane Maria slams Caribbean

Hurricane Maria is the second major storm to hit the Caribbean this month.

Hurricane Maria slams Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria slams Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria slams into Puerto Rico as the strongest storm to hit the U.S. territory in nearly 90 years.

Inside the U.N. General Assembly

Inside the U.N. General Assembly

World leaders from 193 member states gather for the global body's annual meeting.

Earthquake rattles Mexico City

Earthquake rattles Mexico City

Desperate rescue workers scramble through rubble for survivors after the country's most lethal earthquake in a generation.

Trending Collections

Pictures

Podcast