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Images Dated 23rd April 2014

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A schoolgirl stands at attention as she takes part in activities of a Cossack club in the Featured 23 Apr 2014 Image

A schoolgirl stands at attention as she takes part in activities of a Cossack club in the

A schoolgirl stands at attention as she takes part in activities of a Cossack club in the town of Mikhailovsk near Stavropol, April 23, 2014. Some 70 young Russians have joined the club in which they learn Cossack traditions. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Coronation procession of Anne Boleyn to Westminster Abbey Featured 23 Apr 2014 Image

Coronation procession of Anne Boleyn to Westminster Abbey

The Coronation procession of Anne Boleyn to Westminster Abbey. Anne Boleyn married Henry VIII of England on 25th January 1533 and her Coronation was held on 1st June, 1533. She was beheaded for supposed adultery, incest, witchcraft and high treason on 19th May 1536 - Henry was enamoured of Jane Seymour and wished to marry her. In all, Henry VIII had six wives, of which Anne Boleyn was the second. From a??Old & New Londona?? by Walter Thornbury and Edward Walford, published in parts by Cassell & Co, London from 1873-1888. These illustrations are from parts 30-35 inclusive

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Russian Bear H Aircraft Featured 23 Apr 2014 Image

Russian Bear H Aircraft

A Russian Tu-95 Bear H photographed from a RAF Typhoon Quick Reaction Alert aircraft (QRA) with 6 Squadron from RAF Leuchars in Scotland.
RAF Typhoon Quick Reaction Alert aircraft were launched from RAF Leuchars to determine the identity of unknown aircraft that approached the NATO Air Policing Area north of Scotland and could not be identified by other means. The aircraft were subsequently identified as Russian military reconnaissance (Bears). The Russian Bears aircraft remained in international airspace as they are perfectly entitled to do

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