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Images Dated 28th January 2005

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Puma helicopter flies out from the Green Zone at sunset in Baghdad Featured 28 Jan 2005 Print

Puma helicopter flies out from the Green Zone at sunset in Baghdad

A Puma helicopter similar to the type used by British forces flies out from Baghdad's so-called "Green Zone" at sunset January 28, 2005. Iraq clamped tough security measures across the country on Friday, sealing land borders and curbing travel to foil insurgents bent on wrecking Sunday's election, but a car bomb killed four people in Baghdad. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Bob Strong RCS/DL - RP5DRIGPTCAA

USA-New York-New York City-Staten Island: Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in Morning Fog Featured 28 Jan 2005 Print

USA-New York-New York City-Staten Island: Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in Morning Fog

USA, New York, New York City, Staten Island: Verrazano, Narrows Bridge in Morning Fog & Fort Wadsworth Verrazano Narrows / Lower New York Bay

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Architecture, Cloud, Danita Delimont, Fog, Fort Wadsworth, Historic, Lighthouse, Morning, Mysterious, Mystery, Narrows Bridge, New York, New York Bay, New York City, Staten Island, Usa, Verrazano Narrows, Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Walter Bibikow, Weather

Britian, London: Retired schoolteacher Mr and Mrs Claude Epps, from the village of Fishbourne Featured 28 Jan 2005 Print

Britian, London: Retired schoolteacher Mr and Mrs Claude Epps, from the village of Fishbourne

Britian, London: Retired schoolteacher Mr and Mrs Claude Epps, from the village of Fishbourne, near Chichester, Sussex, arrive at number 10 Downing Street to see Lord Moyniham, treasurer of Sir Winston Churchill's birthday fund, hand the Premier a cheque for 150, 000 pounds. It was Mrs Epps, 77, who first suggested that a fund should be started for Sir Winston's birthday. The couple have been working for the fund since it started.
30 November 1954

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