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A man throws water at pedestrians as residents join in a water-splashing frenzy to honor their patron Saint John the Baptist's Feast Day in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines June 24, 2016. San Juan is renowned for its celebration of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist every year of June 24. In a nod to the saint's characteristic act, San Juaneños engage in Basaan (“wetting”), where revellers splash people with water. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)

A man throws water at pedestrians as residents join in a water-splashing frenzy to honor their patron Saint John the Baptist's Feast Day in San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines June 24, 2016. San Juan is renowned for its celebration of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist every year of June 24. In a nod to the saint's characteristic act, San Juaneños engage in Basaan (“wetting”), where revellers splash people with water. (Photo by Romeo Ranoco/Reuters)
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26 Jun 2016 13:34:00
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama March 7, 2015. With a nod to ongoing U.S. racial tension and attempts to limit voting rights, Obama declared the work of the Civil Rights Movement advanced but unfinished on Saturday on a visit to the Alabama bridge that spawned a landmark voting law.  REUTERS/Tami Chappell  (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama March 7, 2015. With a nod to ongoing U.S. racial tension and attempts to limit voting rights, Obama declared the work of the Civil Rights Movement advanced but unfinished on Saturday on a visit to the Alabama bridge that spawned a landmark voting law. REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
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09 Mar 2015 13:51:00
Sakura and Kazuhiro, Tokyo, 2015. Kazuhiro is a tattoo artist and Sakura is a photographer. They love cooking, live with their dog and two cats and each have the date of their wedding tattooed to their ring fingers. (Photo by Mami Kiyoshi/Galerie Annie Gabrielli/The Guardian)

Japanese artist Mami Kiyoshi has spent 15 years creating vivid portraits of people surrounded by their belongings – from wine bottles and violins to the odd stray pet. Mami Kiyoshi’s ongoing series “New Reading Portraits” is, in part, a nod to the mise-en-scène found in traditional woodcut printing. Here: Sakura and Kazuhiro, Tokyo, 2015. (Photo by Mami Kiyoshi/Galerie Annie Gabrielli/The Guardian)
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04 Aug 2017 08:48:00
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a photo with supporters John Nelson, 32, (L) and Dan Stifler, 32, (C) after speaking at the UFCW Union Local 324 in Buena Park, California, U.S. May 25, 2016. (Photo by Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a photo with supporters John Nelson, 32, (L) and Dan Stifler, 32, (C) after speaking at the UFCW Union Local 324 in Buena Park, California, U.S. May 25, 2016. (Photo by Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)
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26 May 2016 12:50:00


The Weeknd – False Alarm.
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12 Jan 2019 00:03:00
In this Saturday, June 20, 2015 photo, a boy runs while playing with a motorcycle wheel in Samugari, Ayacucho, Peru. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)

In a simpler time all a child or an adult needed to enjoy the outdoors was a ball and a stick. Or maybe an old tire tied to a high branch to fashion a swing. And the only instruction given to children was to “be home before dark”. Now there are iPads and computers and television screens and shrinking safe public spaces. But despite the distractions and limitations of space, these images show the charm of kicking a ball or skipping rope endures. Sometimes with modifications as a nod to changing times. Here: in this Saturday, June 20, 2015 photo, a boy runs while playing with a motorcycle wheel in Samugari, Ayacucho, Peru. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)
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20 Jul 2015 10:26:00


Ukrainian folk song “Распрягайте, Хлопцы, Коней” (Vlad Burk Remix Dance Video)
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10 Apr 2019 00:03:00
Kenza Drider, 32, announces her candidacy for France's 2012 Presidential election

Kenza Drider, 32, announces her candidacy for France's 2012 Presidential election on September 22, 2011 in Meaux, France. Drider is the first French Muslim woman to wear a niqab and run for President despite France's nationwide ban on the face veil, which today saw 32-year-old mother of three Hind Ahmas and Najate Nait Ali both being fined after being caught wearing the niqab in public in the Parsisan district of Meaux back in May when the law first came into force. (Photo by Franck Prevel/Getty Images)
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23 Sep 2011 10:00:00