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Authorities Fear MV Rena May Break-Up In Rough Seas

In this handout provided by Maritime New Zealand, MV Rena is battered by strong seas as it is stuck on Astrolabe Reef, on November 2, 2011 in Tauranga, New Zealand. The stricken vessel encountered a three metre swell, which led authorities to fear it may finally break up. Rena struck the reef on October 5, and has spilled 350 tonnes of oil, and almost 100 shipping containers. (Photo by Graeme Brown/Maritime New Zealand via Getty Images)
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02 Nov 2011 10:50:00
A Fulton Hotshot lights a controlled burn on the so-called “Rough Fire” in the Sequoia National Forest, California, August 21, 2015. (Photo by Max Whittaker/Reuters)

A Fulton Hotshot lights a controlled burn on the so-called “Rough Fire” in the Sequoia National Forest, California, August 21, 2015. In California, suffering its worst drought on record, about 2,500 people were forced to flee Christian camps east of Fresno at Hume Lake as the so-called Rough Fire crossed Highway 180, officials said. (Photo by Max Whittaker/Reuters)
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22 Aug 2015 12:52:00
Children residents take a selfie as they wait for the police to dance, an unconventional approach to connect the police with the community in rough neighbourhoods, as part of the “Tirando Barrio” (Marking territory) programme in Saltillo, Northern Mexico September 9, 2016. T-Shirt reads “Street Dancers”. (Photo by Daniel Becerril/Reuters)

Children residents take a selfie as they wait for the police to dance, an unconventional approach to connect the police with the community in rough neighbourhoods, as part of the “Tirando Barrio” (Marking territory) programme in Saltillo, Northern Mexico September 9, 2016. T-Shirt reads “Street Dancers”. (Photo by Daniel Becerril/Reuters)
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13 Sep 2016 10:12:00
This photo taken on May 17, 2019 shows rough rubies displayed at the gems market in Mogok town, north of Mandalay. (Photo by Ye Aung Thu/AFP Photo)

This photo taken on May 17, 2019 shows rough rubies displayed at the gems market in Mogok town, north of Mandalay. Burrowing deep underground, thousands of informal miners risk their lives to find gleaming red gems as a law change spurs opportunity in Myanmar's “land of rubies”. (Photo by Ye Aung Thu/AFP Photo)
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29 May 2019 00:01:00


Can a hamster drive a 15-tonne truck? Watch cute little Charlie steer a brand new Volvo FMX in a rough quarry. Will he make it to the top? Please like, share and comment! This is a daring test of the latest steering system. One that's so easy to handle you can steer a heavy truck with your fingertips.
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13 Sep 2013 10:45:00
Participants compete in a wife-carrying championship in Tapiobicske, Hungary, August 7, 2021. Some 40 Hungarian husbands, with their wives on their backs, clambered over rough terrain on Saturday in the nation's second wife-carrying contest. (Photo by Marton Monus/Reuters)

Participants compete in a wife-carrying championship in Tapiobicske, Hungary, August 7, 2021. Some 40 Hungarian husbands, with their wives on their backs, clambered over rough terrain on Saturday in the nation's second wife-carrying contest. (Photo by Marton Monus/Reuters)
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09 Apr 2022 05:33:00
Cyclone Leaves Mooloolaba Covered In Foam

Wild weather in the Australian state of Queensland has led to a small town becoming covered in foam whipped up by rough seas.
Residents and visitors could be seen playing in the foam and taking pictures of the unusual phenomenon in Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast.
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06 Feb 2013 13:14:00
In this Tuesday, July 14, 2015, photo, Phoe Thaw, center, a member of the White New Blood lethwei fighters club, a Myanmar traditional martial-arts club which practices a rough form of kickboxing, stretches during a practice session in their gym on a street in Oakalarpa, north of Yangon, Myanmar. (Photo by Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP Photo)

In this Tuesday, July 14, 2015, photo, Phoe Thaw, center, a member of the White New Blood lethwei fighters club, a Myanmar traditional martial-arts club which practices a rough form of kickboxing, stretches during a practice session in their gym on a street in Oakalarpa, north of Yangon, Myanmar. Three of the club's members competed this summer on a stage a world away from the street gym: a mixed-martial-arts “One Championship” event broadcast globally on cable television networks, where fighters could receive $1,000 for each fight, according to coach Myint Zaw who started the traditional fighters' club 15 years ago. (Photo by Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP Photo)
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07 Sep 2015 14:00:00