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Spanish horses in festival and sport

Spain has a long-standing historical and cultural relationship to horses. They use them for sport and in a variety of festivals. During the summer there are several festivals in which the role of the horse is essential.

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Hurricane Arthur

Hurricane Arthur made its way up the East Coast of the United States over the last few days, causing widespread flooding and power outages. The storm reached a category 2 level with its greatest sustained wind strength of 100 mph. Read More →

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Daily Life: May 2014

For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Japan, Pakistan, Haiti, United States, Mexico, Spain and other countries around the world.  Read More →

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Balkans flooding

The recent severe flooding in the Balkans will reportedly cost Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia billions of dollars to recover. The flooding is the worst to hit the region in more than a century, killing more than three dozen people and forcing countless numbers of others from their homes. Read More →

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The National September 11 Memorial Museum

The National September 11 Memorial Museum opened this week to victims’ families and those affected most directly by 9/11. The dedication ceremony was Thursday and it will be opened to the public on May 21. The museum houses meaningful artifacts from the terrorist attack in a seven story space that is mostly underground, amid the remnants of the foundations of the fallen twin towers. Read More →

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A BIT OF FRESH TRENDS, STREET FASHION

Suggest a selection of fresh images of street fashion – both in Russia and abroad. Read More →

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Daily Life: April 2014

For this edition of our look at daily life we share images from Israel, Turkey, Japan, Afghanistan, Spain, China, United States and other countries from around the world. Read More →

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Mother of Year

Mom selfie

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