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26/02/2015 - Onlookers gather on Queen Elizabeth bridge to look at a public transport bus that drove over the side of the bridge in Johannesburg, South Africa

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26/02/2015 - Group Chairman of HSBC Douglas Flint leaves the Houses of Parliament after giving evidence to the Treasury Committee in London

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26/02/2015 - A Palestinian family stands in the doorway of their makeshift shelter in the Gaza Strip town of Beit Hanun, which they erected next to the rubble of their home that was destroyed in the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas militants

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26/02/2015 - A catapult operator leaves a catapult area as a French Navy HawkEye prepares to take off from the aircraft craft carrier Charles de Gaulle operating in the Gulf

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26/02/2015 - Pro-Russia militants sit next to a flag with the face of Jesus Christ as convoy of 2S1 Gvozdikas (122-mm self-propelled howitzers) takes a break as they move from the frontline near the eastern Ukrainian city of Starobeshevo in Donetsk region

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26/02/2015 - An opposition activist participates in a march in protest against the death of a student which occured during a demonstration in the state of Tachira, in Caracas, Venezuela

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26/02/2015 - Indian passengers stand and hang onto a train as it departs from a station on the outskirts of New Delhi

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26/02/2015 - Atletico Madrid's midfielder Raul Garcia and Leverkusen's midfielder Lars Bender vie for the ball during the UEFA Champions League first-leg, round of 16 football match Bayer 04 Leverkusen vs Club Atletico de Madrid in Leverkusen, western Germany

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26/02/2015 - Relatives walk down from the site after searching for avalanche victims in the district of Bazarak in the province of Panjshir, north of Kabul, Afghanistan

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26/02/2015 - British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran poses with his British album of the year award for 'X' and his British male solo artist award at the BRIT Awards 2015 in London

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