bridge

A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Metro Manila...A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Metro Manila, Philippines May 31, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan

Ezra Acayan/Reuters

A man sleeps amidst rubbish under a bridge in Paranaque city, Manila

A man sleeps on a girder between the two pillars of a bridge on the Sabarmati river during a hot day in Ahmedabad...A man sleeps on a girder between the two pillars of a bridge on the Sabarmati river during a hot day in Ahmedabad, India, April 11, 2016. REUTERS/Amit Dave      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Amit Dave/Reuters

A man sleeps on a girder between the two pillars of a bridge on the Sabarmati river during a hot day in Ahmedabad, India

TOPSHOT - A child sleeps on a bridge in ...TOPSHOT - A child sleeps on a bridge in Manila on April 6, 2016.  Roughly one quarter of the nation's 100 million people live in poverty, which is defined as surviving on about one US dollar a day, according to government data / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELISNOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images

Noel Celis/AFP

A child sleeps on a bridge in Manila 

Indian labourers

Sanjay Kanojia/AFP/Getty Images

Indian labourers construct a temporary pontoon bridge over the River Ganges for the upcoming Magh Mela festival in Allahabad on Friday

A jogger is silhouetted as he passes by a bridge over the river Elbe in Dresden, eastern Germany, Friday morning, Dec. 4, 2015.

Sebastian Kahnert/dpa/AP

A jogger is silhouetted as he passes by a bridge over the river Elbe in Dresden, eastern Germany, Friday morning

A river gull flies over reflection of a Gazela (Gazelle) bridge on the Sava river in Belgrade, Serbia, Friday, Nov. 6, 2015. Weather forecasts predict good weather conditions in Serbia for upcoming days

Darko Vojinovic/AP

A river gull flies over reflection of a Gazela (Gazelle) bridge on the Sava river in Belgrade, Serbia, Friday

Women practice yoga during a performance on a glass bridge at the Shiniuzhai National Geo-park in Pingjiang county, Hunan province, China, November 5, 2015

China Daily/Reuters

Women practice yoga during a performance on a glass bridge at the Shiniuzhai National Geo-park in Pingjiang county, Hunan province, China on Thursday

Chinese tourists walk across a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in the Shinuizhai mountains in Pingjang county, Hunan province some 150 kilometers from Changsha. The bridge, originally a wooden walkway spanning some 300 meters across the 180-meter deep valley, reopened two weeks ago following renovations as a glass-bottomed tourist attraction

Johannes Eisele/AFP

Chinese tourists walk across a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in the Shinuizhai mountains in Pingjang county, Hunan province some 150 kilometers from Changsha

Pakistani students cross a makeshift bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. The previous bridge was washed away in a flood.

Mohammad Sajjad/AP

Pakistani students cross a makeshift bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan on Tuesday. The previous bridge was washed away in a flood

An Iraqi army cadet performs "the leap of faith" from a bridge in Baghdad, September 22, 2015.

Ahmed Saad/Reuters

An Iraqi army cadet performs “the leap of faith” from a bridge during training in Baghdad today. 

Myanmar worker carries rice bags on his shoulder at a jetty near Yangon river, Yangon, Myanmar, 03 September 2015. Myanmar Rice Federation (MRF) official told media that Myanmar would resume rice export on mid-september which has halted since the first week of August after mooson heavy rain and floods hit around the nation. MRF said this year rice export is expected less than 1.5 millon tons despide the government firstly expected about 2 million tons of this fical year as about 400.000 hectares of rice fields were expected to be damaged by floods

Hein Htet/EPA

A Myanmar worker carries rice bags on his shoulder at a jetty near Yangon river, Yangon, Myanmar on Thursday. Myanmar will resume rice export from september which has been halted since the first week of August after mooson heavy rain and floods hit around the nation

An anti-North Korean activist holds a de...An anti-North Korean activist holds a defaced North Korean flag as he stands on the Unification Bridge that leads to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea in Paju on August 24, 2015. South Korea's president hardened her line with North Korea on August 24, demanding an unequivocal apology for recent provocations as the two rivals struggled to negotiate their way out of a dangerous military standoff

Ed Jones/AFP

An anti-North Korean activist holds a defaced North Korean flag as he stands on the Unification Bridge that leads to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea in Paju on Monday

An Indonesian resident of a makeshift housing complex walks under a highway bridge carries household goods away from the complex after the residents were evicted in Central Jakarta on August 19, 2015. A fire broke out as nearly one hundred residents of the makeshift compound many who had been living there for nearly 10 years were evicted as Jakarta's government tries to clear non-official housing from public areas despite the shortage of low cost housing for the poor

Ed Wray/Getty Images

An Indonesian resident of a makeshift housing complex walks under a highway bridge carrying household goods away from the complex after the residents were evicted in Central Jakarta on Wednesday

Commuters cross the river Thames using the Millennium footbridge during a tube strike in London on July 9, 2015. London's roads, buses and overland trains struggled to cope in Thursday's morning rush hour as commuters battled into work in the face of London Underground's first strike shutdown since 2002

Ben Stansall/AFP

Commuters cross the river Thames using the Millennium footbridge during a tube strike in London. London’s roads, buses and overland trains struggled to cope in Thursday’s morning rush hour as commuters battled into work in the face of London Underground’s first strike shutdown since 2002

Iraqi security forces stand guard as residents from the city of Ramadi, who fled their homes as Islamic State (IS) group militants tightened their siege on the last government positions in the capital of Anbar province, wait to cross Bzeibez bridge, on the southwestern frontier of Baghdad, on May 20, 2015. Taking control of Ramadi would constitute the group's most important victory this year in Iraq, and would give the jihadists control of the capitals of two of its largest provinces

Sabah Arar/AFP

Iraqi security forces stand guard as residents from the city of Ramadi, who fled their homes as Islamic State (IS) group militants tightened their siege on the last government positions in the capital of Anbar province, wait to cross Bzeibez bridge, on the southwestern frontier of Baghdad, on Wednesday

Syrian refugees brave the cold and snow as they walk to a metro station in Istanbul February 11, 2015, at the start of a day's begging. The civil war, which began as a popular uprising against President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011, has killed 200,000 people and turned 3 million more into refugees. At least 3.7 million people have fled Syria's almost four-year conflict and are registered as refugees, mainly in neighbouring states. Jordan hosts 622,000 Syrian refugees, Lebanon 1.16 million, Turkey 1.6 million and Iraq 233,000, UNHCR figures show.

Murad Sezer/Reuters

Syrian refugees brave the cold and snow as they walk to a metro station in Istanbul on Wednesday, at the start of a day’s begging. The civil war, which began as a popular uprising against President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011, has killed 200,000 people and turned 3 million more into refugees

A truck from the Alabama Department of Transportation, followed by traffic, spreads sand on the northbound lanes of the Hudson Memorial Bridge spanning the Tennessee River, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015, in Decatur, Ala.   A wintery mix of precipitation was expected throughout the day.

Gary Cosby Jr/The Decatur Daily/AP

A truck from the Alabama Department of Transportation, followed by traffic, spreads sand and grit on the northbound lanes of the Hudson Memorial Bridge spanning the Tennessee River on Thursday in Decatur, Alabama

Labourers work at the construction site of a bridge being built over the river Yamuna for metro rail in New Delhi

Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters

Labourers work on a bridge being built over the river Yamuna for metro rail in New Delhi on Friday. With growth struggling at 5.3% in the July-September quarter, it is likely to be some time before India recaptures the 8% growth levels needed for an expanding workforce

Traffic moves slowly across the Golden Gate Bridge in the high winds and rain Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, in this view from Sausalito, Calif.  A storm expected to be one of the windiest and rainiest in five years swept across the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, knocking out power to tens to thousands and delaying travel by air, train and ferry. Pacific Gas & Electric is reporting outages are widespread across the Bay Area due to weather, but officials weren't immediately available to give a specific number of outages.

Eric Risberg/AP

Traffic moves slowly across the Golden Gate Bridge in the high winds and rain on Thursday, in this view from Sausalito, California. A storm expected to be one of the worst in five years swept across the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, knocking out power and delaying travel by air, train and ferry.

Boys jump from a cut-off foot bridge, which was damaged by Typhoon Haiyan, at a typhoon devastated coastal village in Tacloban city in central Philippines November 7, 2014. Almost 25,000 people still live in tents, shelters and bunkhouses in the hardest hit regions in central Philippines, including Tacloban City, considered Haiyan's ground zero as it accounted for almost half of the death toll. The Philippines are preparing to commemorate victims of Typhoon Haiyan, ahead of the one-year anniversary of the disaster on November 8, according to a government official

Erik De Castro/Reuters

Boys jump from a cut-off foot bridge, which was damaged by Typhoon Haiyan, at a typhoon devastated coastal village in Tacloban city in central Philippines. Almost 25,000 people still live in tents, shelters and bunkhouses in the hardest hit regions in central Philippines, including Tacloban City, considered Haiyan’s ground zero as it accounted for almost half of the death toll. The Philippines are preparing to commemorate victims of Typhoon Haiyan, ahead of the one-year anniversary of the disaster on November 8, according to a government official.