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Images Dated 4th February 2005

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A Cheetah cub plays with its mothers tail during their first showing at Washington Zoo Featured 4 Feb 2005 Print

A Cheetah cub plays with its mothers tail during their first showing at Washington Zoo

A 10-week-old cheetah cub plays with the tail of its mother Tumai, as a new litter of four new cubs were shown for the first time at Washington National Zoo February 4, 2005. The two male and two females are the first litter of cheetahs born at the National Zoo during its 115 year history and will go on public exhibit February 5. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR - RP5DRIFZIGAA

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - making a road to Kumasi Featured 4 Feb 2005 Print

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - making a road to Kumasi

British overseer giving instructions to tribesmen who are cutting down trees and making a road to the Ashanti capital, Kumasi. The second Ashanti War fought between, 1873-74, was between King Kofi Karikari, ruler of the Ashanti (or Asantehene), and the British. Both were trying to secure the coastal town of Elmina on the West Coast of Africa also known as the Gold Coast

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The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Correspondents Quarters at Prah Featured 4 Feb 2005 Print

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Correspondents Quarters at Prah

Newspaper correspondents quarters in the camp at Prahsu. The man seated is the Times correspondent. Of the three men standing together represent, from left to right, the New York Herald, the Illustrated London News (middle) and the Standard newspapers here to report on war. The second Ashanti War fought between, 1873-74, was between King Kofi Karikari, ruler of the Ashanti (or Asantehene), and the British. Both were trying to secure the coastal town of Elmina on the West Coast of Africa also known as the Gold Coast

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