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P. Ravikumar performs CPR on a child while taking part in Holi celebrations...

Backstory: When a news photographer becomes the news in India

It all happened in a flash. Barely 10 minutes after reaching a public gathering that was held in a large tent to celebrate the Indian festival of Holi, I was performing CPR on a boy who had suddenly collapsed in a makeshift pool of colored water.

FILE PHOTO: Catholic Cardinal George Pell is seen leaving the County Court...

Ungagged: The Cardinal Pell trials

After I spent weeks covering the trial of Cardinal George Pell in a small court room in Melbourne, a New York-based reporter for a U.S. media organization was first with the news that one of the most senior officials in the Vatican had been convicted of sexually assaulting two choir boys.

A migrant, part of a caravan of thousands traveling from Central America en...

When professional collides with personal along the caravan route

Delphine Schrank, Reuters chief correspondent for Mexico and Central America, gave two middle-aged Honduran men, both migrants, some sliced cucumber from a roadside food stand in Guatemala after learning that they could not afford any at a cost of 5 quetzal, roughly 65 cents.

The Wider Image: In Greenland, a glacier's collapse shows climate impact

Documenting climate change - with a drone

When Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson headed to Greenland in June, he traveled with a heavy, oversized rolling bag containing a crucial piece of equipment to document climate change.

A swarm of bees land on a hot dog cart in Times Square in New York

When a live event creates a buzz

A massive swarm of bees gathered on a hot dog cart umbrella in New York City's Times Square on Monday. Before long it became a social media sensation thanks to live footage from Reuters.

FILE PHOTO: France's Hugo Lloris lifts the trophy as they celebrate winning...

A World Cup win - in logistics and safety

When France beat Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup final in Moscow, it marked a second triumph for the French, and the culmination of more than 18 months of planning by Reuters to cover the world's biggest sporting match.

Reuters reporter Philip Pullella gives a cake to Pope Francis during his...

Cake and conversation with the pope

Philip Pullella brought three digital recorders and a cake made with leftover bread to his exclusive two-hour interview with Pope Francis in the pontiff's private residence on June 17.

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