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UrbEx: A weekend on abandoned Oil Rigs

I try and relax during the weekend. Meet up with friends for dinner or drinks, but the Exploring the Unbeaten Path guys meet up with friends at the weekend to spend it on some abandoned oil rigs.

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Getting to grips with sumo

With rare permission granted by sumo's governing body, Reuters was able to observe the prestigious Tomozuna stable's wrestlers training at their temporary Buddhist temple base for the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament that kicked off last week, gaining insight into the intricacies of sumo.

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Classic car rally in Austrian Alps

Gorgeous cars in a gorgeous setting. What's not to love?

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Hyenas spark admiration, not fear, in Ethiopia’s Harar city

Hyenas roam the streets of the ancient walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia every night, seeking scraps of meat to drag to the nearby caves. Abbas Yusuf, known as Hyena Man, learnt to feed the hyenas from his father, Yusuf Mume Salleh, who fed them for 45 years before passing the job to his son 13 years ago

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 28

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Islamic State’s weapons of war

Suicide vehicles and weapons made by Islamic State militants are displayed at Iraq Federal Police headquarters in Mosul.

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Dunkirk IMAX Behind the Frame

Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is getting some rave reviews and it will be the biggest 70mm releases in two decades. This is some of the thought that went behind making the film.

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Timelapse: blue whale moves into Natural History Museum

A huge blue whale skeleton has taken centre-stage at the Natural History Museum after a major revamp of the Hintze Hall. Hope the whale replaces much-loved Dippy the dinosaur who had been there since 1979.

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Faubourg Treme by Alexis Pazoumian

"Faubourg Treme," this is the story of a neighborhood that survived. It is a tribute to the music, art life-saving and emancipating for these people. Art that has interfered in every aspect of life.
Alexis wants to turn his project into a photobook and you can support his cause here.

Credit: Alexis Pazouniam

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A Pow Wow gathering in New Mexico

Traditional dancers from Indian Nations compete at the 32nd annual Taos Pueblo Pow Wow, a social gathering and summer celebration.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 27

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Exploring an abandoned Soviet Space Shuttle facility part 2

We've posted a video of some urban explorers trekking through the dessert to this abandoned Soviet space shuttle facility before, but it remains impressive so we're posting a second video of a second group of urban explorers.

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