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The Photos Of 2018 Week 46

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

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California’s devastating wildfires

Two giant wildfires rage at opposite ends of California, including a blaze in the north that is now one of the deadliest and most destructive in the state’s history.
Mother Nature showing us once again we need to start respecting her. Stay strong all involved.

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Hardy Hong Kong swimmers brave busy harbor

A tightly-knit community of around 50 mostly elderly citizens are regular visitors to the Sai Wan Swimming Shed. Built in the 1960s or 1970s, it is the sole survivor of such structures, popular in the first half of the last century when public swimming facilities were sparse in the former British colony.

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100 years since World War One

November marks a full century since the Armistice that ended World War One.
It is never to late to reflect on the horrors of this war and the sacrifice made by men, women and children on all sides.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 43

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

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Normality returns to some in Damascus after fighting

Some people in the Syrian capital Damascus have been able to enjoy a semblance of normality since fighting in the area ended in May, but in the rubble of shattered, destitute towns nearby, life could not be more different.

Central Damascus was held by the government throughout the war and suffered much less damage than opposition-held areas - evidence of the huge gulf in fire power between the two sides.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 42

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

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Big bluefin tuna make California comeback

Large Pacific bluefin tuna not seen in California waters for decades have reappeared, to the delight of fishing enthusiasts and scientists, as global conservation efforts have proven effective for one of the ocean's priciest and most sought-after fish.
We care, it helps.

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The Apple collector

An Austrian computer repairman has amassed what he believes could be the world’s biggest collection of old Apple computers, but it might all soon be destroyed unless someone can take it off his hands.
In one photo you can see all the cables he currently needs to use the newest iPhone properly.

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Canadian students learn to grow pot

As Canadians prepare for the legalization of recreational cannabis this week, 24 students are becoming the first in the country to get formal credentials in growing pot.

Canada will become the first industrialized nation to legalize the recreational use of cannabis on Wednesday, fulfilling a campaign promise by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals who had argued the move would keep pot out of the hands of underage users and reduce related crime.

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The Photos Of 2018 Week 41

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Japan’s women sailors on frontline of gender equality

Women serving on Japan's biggest warship, the Kaga, are a tight-knit group on the frontline of a push to transform the Japanese navy into a mixed-gender fighting force, where men outnumber them more than 10 to one.

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