Thomson Reuters Foundation

Inform - Connect - Empower
News In pictures
News in pictures

800 mln still hungry and poor despite progress of millennium goals Magda Mis

800 million still hungry and poor despite progress of millennium goals - UN

Cash urged for schools in crisis zones as refugee numbers ... Reuters

Cash urged for schools in crisis zones as refugee numbers surge

Oil palm plantations destroying SE Asia's peatlands - ... Megan Rowling

Oil palm plantations destroying SE Asia's peatlands - researchers

Burundi coup general says force only way to oust president Reuters

Burundi coup general says force only way to oust president

Nobel laureates urge donors to boost education funds ahead of meet Nita Bhalla

INTERVIEW-Nobel laureates urge donors to boost education funds ahead of global meet

MP tells anti-gay rally: Obama should not push gay agenda in... Reuters

MP tells anti-gay rally: Obama should not push gay agenda in Kenya

Islamic State target Iraq's Haditha town with vehicle bombs Reuters

Islamic State target Iraq's Haditha town with vehicle bombs

Gaza children "emotionally shattered" one year after conflict Kieran Guilbert

Gaza children "emotionally shattered" one year after conflict

Pakistani gunmen kill three in attack blamed on Islamist ... Reuters

Pakistani gunmen kill three in attack blamed on Islamist groups

Yemen government raises truce prospects, air strikes kill over 40 Reuters

Yemen government raises prospect of truce, air strikes kill over 40

Suspected Islamist militants kill 44 in central Nigeria city Jos Reuters

Suspected Islamist militants kill 44 in central Nigeria city Jos

Iraqi jet mistakenly bombs Baghdad district, five killed Reuters

Iraqi jet mistakenly bombs Baghdad district, five killed

South Africa's jobless ignite creative power with solar kits Munyaradzi Makoni

South Africa's jobless ignite creative power with solar kits

A playful, portable sink to boost handwashing hygiene in Cambodia Thomson Reuters Foundation

A playful, portable sink to boost handwashing hygiene in Cambodia

French renewables power grid pilot shows limits of batteries in EU Reuters

French renewables power grid pilot shows limits of batteries in Europe

Boy runs in rains and waves brought by typhoon Linfa, Philippines REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

A boy runs as heavy rains and high waves brought by typhoon Linfa, locally named Egay, crash along a breakwater along Manila Bay at a slum area in Baseco, Tondo in Manila

Tropical storm shuts Manila schools, floods north Philippine towns Reuters

Tropical storm shuts Manila schools, floods northern Philippine towns

FEATURE-Cambodia faces uphill struggle to reform its orphanages Astrid Zweynert

FEATURE-Cambodia faces uphill struggle to reform its orphanages

INTERVIEW-How a Las Vegas call girl became a Hooker for Jesus Stella Dawson

INTERVIEW-How a Las Vegas call girl became a Hooker for Jesus

Heavy fighting as Iraqi forces try to surround Falluja Reuters

Heavy fighting as Iraqi forces try to surround Falluja

Egyptian army kills 63 militants in North Sinai - sources Reuters

Egyptian army kills 63 militants in North Sinai - sources

Peru declares emergency in 14 regions on El Nino worries Reuters

Peru declares emergency in 14 regions on El Nino worries

Fears of Syria war persist in Lebanese border village Reuters

Fears of Syria war persist in Lebanese border village

Afghan leader refuses to be drawn into lynching sentences ... Reuters

Afghan leader refuses to be drawn into lynching sentences row

Suicide bomber kills six at church in Nigeria Reuters

Suicide bomber kills six at church in Nigeria

Burundi rejects U.N. mediator after critical report about election Reuters

Burundi rejects U.N. mediator after critical report about elections

Islamic State suicide bombers strike in Iraqi refinery town Reuters

Islamic State suicide bombers strike in Iraqi refinery town

On nervous border, Turks welcome army but fear Syria ... Reuters

On nervous border, Turks welcome army but fear Syria incursion

Landmine kills five Ukrainian soldiers in separatist east Reuters

Landmine kills five Ukrainian soldiers in separatist east

Lebanese Hezbollah and Syrian army enter rebel-held border ... Reuters

Lebanese Hezbollah and Syrian army enter rebel-held border city

Colombia peace process now at lowest ebb - government Reuters

Colombia peace process now at lowest ebb - government

Suspected Congo Ebola victims test negative for the virus Reuters

Suspected Congo Ebola victims test negative for the virus

Car bombs kill 11 in Baghdad at end of Ramadan fast Reuters

Car bombs kill 11 in Baghdad at end of Ramadan fast

Egypt says 25 militants killed in air strikes Reuters

Egypt says 25 militants killed in air strikes as Sisi inspects troops

Yemen's Houthis say Ramadan humanitarian pause under ... Reuters

Yemen's Houthis say Ramadan humanitarian pause under discussion

Syrian army and Hezbollah launch major assault on city- TV station Reuters

Syrian army and Hezbollah launch major assault on border city -TV station

France's Hollande says ready to hold new summit on Boko ... Reuters

France's Hollande says ready to hold new summit on Boko Haram

At least 25 Syrian al Qaeda members dead in blast in Syria's Idlib Reuters

At least 25 Syrian al Qaeda members dead in mosque blast in Syria's Idlib -monitor

Suspected Boko Haram insurgents step up attacks in Nigeria Reuters

Suspected Boko Haram insurgents step up attacks in Nigeria

Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen cities kill 16 -Houthis Reuters

Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen cities kill 16 -Houthis

Malaysia's prime minister denies embezzling 1MDB funds Reuters

Malaysia's prime minister denies embezzling 1MDB funds

Hague judges give warlord's lawyers more time to prepare Reuters

Hague judges give warlord's lawyers more time to prepare

Turkey says to keep doors open for Uighur "brothers", irking China Reuters

Turkey says to keep doors open for Uighur "brothers", irking China

U.N. calls on Israel, Palestinians to prosecute Gaza war ... Reuters

U.N. calls on Israel, Palestinians to prosecute Gaza war crimes

US Treasury guarantees bond issue by Jordan, rare form of aid Thomson Reuters Foundation

U.S. Treasury guarantees bond issue by Jordan, rare form of aid

Ecuador, first stop on Pope tour, highlights environment concerns Reuters

Ecuador, first stop on Pope tour, highlights environment exhortation

Malian refugees in Mauritania face food shortage as funds ... Reuters

Malian refugees in Mauritania face food shortage as funds scarce

Scientists convinced European heat waves boosted by climate change Laurie Goering

Scientists convinced European heat waves boosted by climate change

Chad seizes suspected Boko Haram weapons cache in N'Djamena Reuters

Chad seizes suspected Boko Haram weapons cache in N'Djamena

Israel accuses Hamas of aiding Islamic State in Egypt Reuters

Israel accuses Hamas of aiding Islamic State in Egypt

Twin blasts kill 10 in northeast Nigeria - police Reuters

Twin blasts kill 10 in northeast Nigeria - police

Syrian army bombards rebels trying to seize Aleppo Reuters

Syrian army bombards rebels trying to seize Aleppo

Quake in rural China kills three, damages thousands of homes Reuters

Quake in rural China kills three, damages thousands of homes

Burundi did not hold fair election, human rights violated - UN Reuters

U.N. says Burundi did not hold fair election, human rights violated

Egyptian army kills 35 militants in North Sinai -sources Reuters

Egyptian army kills 35 militants in North Sinai -sources

Forced labour shows back-breaking lack of reform in Myanmar army Reuters

Forced labour shows back-breaking lack of reform in Myanmar military

U.N. says Burundi election was not free, fair or credible Reuters

U.N. says Burundi election was not free, fair or credible

Eritrea faces more U.N. scrutiny, a step closer to global court Reuters

Eritrea faces more U.N. scrutiny, a step closer to global court

Congo and WHO investigate possible Ebola outbreak Reuters

Congo and WHO investigate possible Ebola outbreak

Syria rejects UN criticism of barrel bombs, says "technical" issue Reuters

Syria rejects UN criticism of barrel bombs, says "technical" issue

Latest Photos

800 million still hungry and poor despite progress of millennium goals - UN
Cash urged for schools in crisis zones as refugee numbers surge
Oil palm plantations destroying SE Asia's peatlands - researchers
Burundi coup general says force only way to oust president
INTERVIEW-Nobel laureates urge donors to boost education funds ahead of global meet
MP tells anti-gay rally: Obama should not push gay agenda in Kenya
Islamic State target Iraq's Haditha town with vehicle bombs
Gaza children "emotionally shattered" one year after conflict
Pakistani gunmen kill three in attack blamed on Islamist groups
Yemen government raises prospect of truce, air strikes kill over 40
Suspected Islamist militants kill 44 in central Nigeria city Jos
Iraqi jet mistakenly bombs Baghdad district, five killed
RECENT SLIDESHOWS

Recent slideshows

See allSee all