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In this October 6, 2018, photo, a craftsman makes daggers or “Jambiyya” in Yemeni Arabic, made out of remains of missiles, at his workshop, in Hajjah, Yemen. (Photo by Hammadi Issa/AP Photo)

In this October 6, 2018, photo, a craftsman makes daggers or “Jambiyya” in Yemeni Arabic, made out of remains of missiles, at his workshop, in Hajjah, Yemen. Missiles raining on Yemen from the jets of the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels are killing thousands of civilians and militiamen alike, but amid crashing economy, some Yemenis see the bright side of it: they make daggers out of the fragments of the missiles for ordinary men traditionally wear for prestige and a show of courage. (Photo by Hammadi Issa/AP Photo)
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10 Oct 2018 00:01:00
Sophia Loren gave the most legendary side-eye ever, shooting daggers at Jayne Mansfield in 1957. (Photo by Everett Collection)

Sophia Loren gave the most legendary side-eye ever, shooting daggers at Jayne Mansfield in 1957. (Photo by Everett Collection)
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11 Jul 2014 11:35:00
Tribesmen loyal to the Houthi movement perform the Baraa dance during a gathering to show support to the movement in Sanaa, Yemen, May 19, 2016. Bara or Baraa dance is one of the several traditional outdoor dances performed by men in the country of Yemen. Bara dance literally means a dagger dance, where each dancer holds a dagger. The style of the Bara dance differs from tribe to tribe. It is performed on special occasions. (Photo by Khaled Abdullah/Reuters)

Tribesmen loyal to the Houthi movement perform the Baraa dance during a gathering to show support to the movement in Sanaa, Yemen, May 19, 2016. Bara or Baraa dance is one of the several traditional outdoor dances performed by men in the country of Yemen. Bara dance literally means a dagger dance, where each dancer holds a dagger. The style of the Bara dance differs from tribe to tribe. It is performed on special occasions. (Photo by Khaled Abdullah/Reuters)
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20 May 2016 12:44:00
A member of a female grappling team from Qinghai Province armed police undergoes dagger exercise on August 8, 2006 in Xining of Qinghai Province, China. The female grappling team, established in May 2006, has 40 women soldiers aged 18 to 21. The training program includes grappling, boxing, dagger exercise and shooting.  (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

A member of a female grappling team from Qinghai Province armed police undergoes dagger exercise on August 8, 2006 in Xining of Qinghai Province, China. The female grappling team, established in May 2006, has 40 women soldiers aged 18 to 21. The training program includes grappling, boxing, dagger exercise and shooting. (Photo by China Photos). P.S. All pictures are presented in high resolution.
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02 Sep 2012 09:20:00
Lofoten 2009

Lofoten 2009

Incredible work from Norwegian Stencil Artist DOLK. DOLK is dagger or knife in Norwegian.
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09 Jun 2012 10:34:00
GIF Art By James Kerr

James Kerr started his project “Scorpion Dagger” without any real direction, except for the intention to make one GIF everyday(ish) for one year. He had been making collages for some time and “Scorpion Dagger” started out to be a test of discipline and a way for him to learn how to animate. Making GIFs was a logical evolution to him. The project represents many different things to him, the works from which he draws upon are so powerful and inspirational to him, that he is now nearly obsessed with repurposing them to share his vision of the world, and perhaps inspire people to look at art differently. The project is tremendously personal to him, it’s a lot more than the humor that’s at its surface and he is still trying to work out what “Scorpion Dagger” really is.


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19 Dec 2013 10:31:00
GIF Art By James Kerr

James Kerr started his project “Scorpion Dagger” without any real direction, except for the intention to make one GIF everyday(ish) for one year. He had been making collages for some time and “Scorpion Dagger” started out to be a test of discipline and a way for him to learn how to animate. Making GIFs was a logical evolution to him. The project represents many different things to him, the works from which he draws upon are so powerful and inspirational to him, that he is now nearly obsessed with repurposing them to share his vision of the world, and perhaps inspire people to look at art differently. The project is tremendously personal to him, it’s a lot more than the humor that’s at its surface and he is still trying to work out what “Scorpion Dagger” really is.
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23 Dec 2013 10:39:00
A homeless man rests on the side of a street at the old quarter of Yemen's capital Sanaa November 27, 2015. (Photo by Khaled Abdullah/Reuters)

A homeless man rests on the side of a street at the old quarter of Yemen's capital Sanaa November 27, 2015. (Photo by Khaled Abdullah/Reuters)
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30 Nov 2015 08:01:00