Afghaniastan refugee women wearing burkhas flee November 19, 2001 the city of Kunduz, Afghanistan. (Photo by Sion Touhig/Getty Images)

A Northern Alliance soldier displays a flower placed within the barrel of his gun November 21, 2001 while on the road from Talaquan to Kunduz, Northern Afghanistan. (Photo by Sion Touhig/Getty Images)

A local Iraqi girl watches from the doorway of her home as U.S. Army 101st Airborne troops take cover July 23, 2003 near the site where they killed both Uday and Qusay Hussein in Mosul, Iraq July 22. The two sons of the former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein were cornered in an affluent home in the northern city of Mosul and killed in what U.S. military officials described as a fierce firefight that lasted for several hours. U.S. forces continue to guard the site of the raid, and had a few squirmishes with local Iraqis who came as curious seekers to the site July 23 but were “acting suspiciously”. (Photo by Scott Nelson/Getty Images)

A woman buys a ticket at a theatre box office. (Photo by Picture Post/Getty Images). 1939

Armed guards watch out for attackers as Chilean president Salvador Allende leaves a building during the military coup in which he was overthrown and killed. (Photo by Luis Orlando Lagos/Keystone/Getty Images). 1973

Two men peer through the window of the “Lady Jane” shop in London's fashionable Carnaby Street to see a woman modelling underwear in the window display. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images). 1972

A group of girls skipping in the playground of Llansamlet School in Wales. (Photo by Leonard McCombe/Picture Post/Getty Images). 1st January 1944

A young schoolgirl keeps her pet mouse in her desk at school. (Photo by Jim Witts/Keystone Features/Getty Images). April 1967

Callum Garret dives in the mud during the first ever UK Swamp Soccer tournament July 1, 2006 in Dunoon, Scotland. Swamp Soccer originates from the swamps of Finland and is fast becoming an alternative sport with tournaments taking place all over the World. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

A Brazilian federal police agent patrols Morro do Borel shantytown while giving security to police experts investigating the alleged execution of four of the shantytown's residents by Rio's military police May 29, 2003 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Andre Vieira/Getty Photo)

Wendy Padilla from Broksonic jokes around as she has a friend take her photo next to an ad for a Hitachi television outside the company's booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show January 9, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Ramzan Kadyrov poses with Mike Tyson during a trip the American boxer made to Chechnya in September 2005. Tyson travelled to the eastern city of Gudermes as the guest of honour at a boxing tournament. The competition was being held in memory of assassinated Chechen president Akhmad Kadyrov. The boxer told the crowd: “I always watched the situation in Chechnya on television, but it is a much more difficult occasion with you today”. He also said that when he boxed, it was not for himself but for all Muslims in the world, including Chechens whom he considers to be his brothers. Tyson converted to Islam after being sentenced to six years in prison for rape in 1992. Ramzan was born 5 October 1976 in Tsenteroi, Chechnya, and was made Prime Minister of Chechnya in the beginning of March 2006 and leader of a powerful Chechen militia known as kadyrovtsy. He is the son of former Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov, who was assassinated in May 2004. He has the backing of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and was awarded the Hero of Russia medal, the highest honorary title of the Russian Federation. As the head of the Chechen Presidential Security Service, Kadyrov has often been accused of being brutal, ruthless and antidemocratic; according to media and human rights groups, he was personally implicated in several instances of torture and murder. It is also rumoured that he owns a private prison in his stronghold village of Tsenteroi, where he uses inmates as a punching bags. Kadyrov is known for keeping a pet lion cub, given to him as a gift after the birth of his first son, as well as a tiger and a number of a fighting dogs, and also used to own a wolf and a bear. He has only a few classes of elementary education finished; despite his lack of education, Kadyrov is a honorary member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. (Photo by Kadyrov Press Office/Getty Images)

Chihuahuas dressed in Chinese and Japanese styled dog jackets are shown at a pet dog show held by the Jilin Pet Industry Association on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2007 in Changchun of Jilin Province, China. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

A chimpanzee relaxes in the shade at the Safari Park as the popular attraction prepares for the upcoming Jewish festival of Pesach (Passover) on April 14, 2008 in Ramat Gan near Tel Aviv, Israel. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)

A policeman passes a group of nuns, who are examining flower beds, London, 13th June 1968. (Photo by Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A humpback whale breaches during the 'Transparentsea Voyage' sea kayak paddle from Byron Bay to Sydney at Bondi Beach from 1 October to 5 November 2009 at sea in Australia. Australia. Five environmental campaigners embarked on their 36-day sea voyage to highlight the plight of migrating humpback whales and to raise awareness of coastal pollution issues. They used only wind and wave power as they traced the migration paths of the whales heading to the Southern Ocean. (Photo by Transparentsea via Getty Images)
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