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John Waters; American film director.*1946 in Baltimore. John Waters at the de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery in Zurich (Switzerland) during his exhibition “Unwatchable”. Photo, 4/8/2006.  ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
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John Waters; American film director.*1946 in Baltimore. John Waters at the de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery in Zurich (Switzerland) during his exhibition “Unwatchable”. Photo, 4/8/2006. ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
John Waters; American film director.*1946 in Baltimore. John Waters at the de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery in Zurich (Switzerland) during his exhibition “Unwatchable”. Photo, 4/8/2006.  ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
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John Waters; American film director.*1946 in Baltimore. John Waters at the de Pury & Luxembourg Gallery in Zurich (Switzerland) during his exhibition “Unwatchable”. Photo, 4/8/2006. ©Niklaus Stauss / akg-images / The Image Works
Poland, Warsaw - Warszawa, Aleje Jerozolimskie.Street scene near  Rondo Romana Dmowskiego with (l-r) Zlota 44, Palace of Culture and Science, PKO Rotunda bank and highrise of the former "Universal"  international trade headquarters. Photo, 2013.   ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
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Poland, Warsaw - Warszawa, Aleje Jerozolimskie.Street scene near Rondo Romana Dmowskiego with (l-r) Zlota 44, Palace of Culture and Science, PKO Rotunda bank and highrise of the former "Universal" international trade headquarters. Photo, 2013. ©Yvan Travert / akg-images / The Image Works
Stockholm, Sweden: March 2011. Father holds his daughter, Marta, 16 months, in a coffee shop. He is spending time at home caring for her. Sweden has generous maternity leave for parents. Fathers are expected to take time to bond with their children. Sweden is a successful welfare state with a high standard of living.  ©Melanie Stetson Freeman/ Christian Science Monitor / The Image Works          NOTE: Restrictions may apply
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Stockholm, Sweden: March 2011. Father holds his daughter, Marta, 16 months, in a coffee shop. He is spending time at home caring for her. Sweden has generous maternity leave for parents. Fathers are expected to take time to bond with their children. Sweden is a successful welfare state with a high standard of living. ©Melanie Stetson Freeman/ Christian Science Monitor / The Image Works NOTE: Restrictions may apply
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs.   ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs.   ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs.   ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs.   ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. Greek Navy, coast guard and rescue boats off the coast of Mati looking for the forty five still unaccounted for missing people    ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. Greek Navy, coast guard and rescue boats off the coast of Mati looking for the forty five still unaccounted for missing people ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Greece:  Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs.   ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
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Greece: Scenes of devastation in and around the tourist resort of Mati . The sea side of the village of Mati, near Athens, on July 26, 2018, after Greece's worst wildfires killed 88, many of them children, on July 23. Experts have said that a mix of poor urban planning, including a lack of proper access routes and the construction of too many buildings next to combustible forest areas, contributed to what were Europe's worst wildfires this century. The fires struck coastal villages popular with holidaymakers and burned with such ferocity that most people fled to the safety of the sea with just the clothes on their backs. ©Mirrorpix / The Image Works
Ostrich - group running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - group running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - group running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - group running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - two running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - two running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
Ostrich - running  (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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Ostrich - running (Struthio camelus). Namibia, Africa. ©M. Watson / Ardea / Mary Evans / The Image Works

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