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Enjoying the high life, up on the roof in Tel Aviv

With space always tight in Israel's fast-paced economic and entertainment capital, rooftops have been transformed into everything from retreats with thriving outdoor gardens to spaces for krav maga martial arts classes and even guest houses.

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Starlings in the sky

A murmuration of migrating starlings is seen across the sky near the village of Beit Kama in southern Israel. It's like nature's cinema.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 02

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

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Baby animals at Singapore Zoo

Today is officially Blue Monday. The most depressing day of the year. Or so they say.
I bet we can bring a smile to your face with these gorgeous little animals from Singapore Zoo. Would have been even better if they'd have been in the wild.

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Rwanda’s mountain gorillas

Mountain gorillas are under threat from poaching, war and habitat loss in Rwanda.

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Flash Floods Hit California

After the drought and the fires come the rains. And without any real natural barriers and a rock solid ground the water just keeps running and running. Taking everything with it in it's path.

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Blizzard brings snow, cold and fun

The first major winter storm of 2018 bore down on the U.S. Northeast, closing schools and disrupting travel as work crews scrambled to clear roads of snow before plummeting temperatures turn it to treacherous ice.

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Taking a dip in the ice cold water in the name of a sausage

Loads of places around the world have so-called New Year's Day dips into ice cold water.
So too The Netherlands. At the beach in Scheveningen thousands of people, wearing very little, take the plunge in the cold North Sea.
Even though the sun is not shining and an ice cream is out of the question, they still seem to enjoy it, but we're still not tempted. Maybe next year. Thanks to Rutger Geerling and Unox.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 01

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

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Riders around the world undress for No Pants Subway Ride 2018

The "No Pants Subway Ride" was originally concocted by New York City comedy group Improv in 2002. In recent years, the event has become a global phenomenon and every January thousands of pantless riders have taken to subways in cities around the world, from Los Angeles to Tokyo to Moscow.

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Frozen Falls

I'm not a big fan of extreme colds.
It hardly ever brings anything good with it, but in this instance the big freeze on the East Coast of North America has resulted in the flowing waters of Niagara Falls partially freezing as the temperature drops.

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Wedding in a Rohingya refugee camp

In most ways, the happiest day of Shofika Begum and Saddam Hussein's lives mirrors that of couples getting married the world over. The big difference is where the two are living and celebrating their wedding - at a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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