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21 OCT: Tutankhamun's beard to be restored #Tutankhamun #Egypt Restorers are working on the golden burial mask of King Tutankhamun over a year after the beard was accidentally knocked off and hastily glued back on.  Watch more: bbc.in/Tutankhamun #BBCShorts @BBCNews by bbcnews

21 OCT: Tutankhamun's beard to be restored #Tutankhamun #Egypt Restorers are working on the golden burial mask of King Tutankhamun over a year after the beard was accidentally knocked off and hastily glued back on. Watch more: bbc.in/Tutankhamun #BBCShorts @BBCNews by bbcnews

TIME magazines Karl Vick and photographer Natalie Keyssar followed the police officers of West Philadelphias District 19 to find out what it means to be a cop in America today.  In this photo by @nataliekeyssar a young woman watches from a street corner in West Philadelphia as police drive by. July 28 2015. Philadelphia Pa.  See more photos on lightbox.time.com.  #police #cops #Philadelphia # # by time

TIME magazines Karl Vick and photographer Natalie Keyssar followed the police officers of West Philadelphias District 19 to find out what it means to be a cop in America today. In this photo by @nataliekeyssar a young woman watches from a street corner in West Philadelphia as police drive by. July 28 2015. Philadelphia Pa. See more photos on lightbox.time.com. #police #cops #Philadelphia # # by time

Indian schoolchildren holds masks with the face of Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates to mark his 60th birthday at a school in Chennai on October 28 2015. Photograph by @afpphoto@gettyimages. by time

Indian schoolchildren holds masks with the face of Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates to mark his 60th birthday at a school in Chennai on October 28 2015. Photograph by @afpphoto@gettyimages. by time

11 SEP: Africas population set to double by 2050 with Nigeria leading the way. Learn more: bbc.in/africa  #BBCGoFigure by bbcnews

11 SEP: Africas population set to double by 2050 with Nigeria leading the way. Learn more: bbc.in/africa #BBCGoFigure by bbcnews

Iran 2025. How its next decade will change the world. Photo 3 of 6  This week TIMEs Karl Vick looks at how Irans society is changing while @magnumphotos Newsha Tavakolian (@newshatavakolian) captured the subtle dynamics of her own country. Read more on time.com.  In this photograph Men dance at a wedding in an illegal - but tolerated - wedding hall in Karaj a satellite town of the capital.  See additional photos on lightbox.time.com. #iran # by time

Iran 2025. How its next decade will change the world. Photo 3 of 6 This week TIMEs Karl Vick looks at how Irans society is changing while @magnumphotos Newsha Tavakolian (@newshatavakolian) captured the subtle dynamics of her own country. Read more on time.com. In this photograph Men dance at a wedding in an illegal - but tolerated - wedding hall in Karaj a satellite town of the capital. See additional photos on lightbox.time.com. #iran # by time

27 OCT: This photo by Andrea Alfano titled "Stabat Mater Dolorosa: The Sorrows of Mary" is one of 31 winners and finalists in this years LensCulture Street Photography Awards.  Alfano is a visual storyteller from Naples Italy who pursues long-term projects on issues which he feels emotionally close to. (Photo: Andrea Alfano) #BBCSnapshot #Photography #PhotoContest #LensCulture #StreetPhotography by bbcnews

27 OCT: This photo by Andrea Alfano titled "Stabat Mater Dolorosa: The Sorrows of Mary" is one of 31 winners and finalists in this years LensCulture Street Photography Awards. Alfano is a visual storyteller from Naples Italy who pursues long-term projects on issues which he feels emotionally close to. (Photo: Andrea Alfano) #BBCSnapshot #Photography #PhotoContest #LensCulture #StreetPhotography by bbcnews

When the World learned in late July about the death of Cecil the Lion a beloved resident of a national park in Zimbabwe outrage came swiftly. But while Cecils death has put a new focus on illegal poaching other hunters are pursuing their own trophiesand its perfectly legal. Thats because of another less publicized side of big-game trophy hunting: the sanctioned stalking of animals that are bred grown and kept in captivity specifically so that the right to kill them can be sold to wealthy…

When the World learned in late July about the death of Cecil the Lion a beloved resident of a national park in Zimbabwe outrage came swiftly. But while Cecils death has put a new focus on illegal poaching other hunters are pursuing their own trophiesand its perfectly legal. Thats because of another less publicized side of big-game trophy hunting: the sanctioned stalking of animals that are bred grown and kept in captivity specifically so that the right to kill them can be sold to wealthy…

Primavera of EAFIT-EPM Solar Car Team Colombia crosses a cattle grid as it races in the Challenger Class on October 21 2015 outside of Coober Pedy Australia. Teams from across the globe were competing in the 2015 World Solar Challenge  a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. Photograph by @markkolbe of @gettyimages for The World Solar Challenge. by time

Primavera of EAFIT-EPM Solar Car Team Colombia crosses a cattle grid as it races in the Challenger Class on October 21 2015 outside of Coober Pedy Australia. Teams from across the globe were competing in the 2015 World Solar Challenge a 3000 km solar-powered vehicle race between Darwin and Adelaide. Photograph by @markkolbe of @gettyimages for The World Solar Challenge. by time

#TIMEDISPATCH A migrant takes a selfie aboard a cruise ship that the Greek government chartered to transport them to Athens from the Greek island of Lesbos.  Photographer Yuri Kozyrev of @noorimages is on a three-week assignment for TIME documenting the refugee and migrant crisis across Europe. Read TIMEs Simon Shusters report on time.com/refugees and see more images on lightbox.time.com by time

#TIMEDISPATCH A migrant takes a selfie aboard a cruise ship that the Greek government chartered to transport them to Athens from the Greek island of Lesbos. Photographer Yuri Kozyrev of @noorimages is on a three-week assignment for TIME documenting the refugee and migrant crisis across Europe. Read TIMEs Simon Shusters report on time.com/refugees and see more images on lightbox.time.com by time

After getting caught cheating on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emissions tests the company is facing plummeting share prices up to $18 billion in fines impending lawsuits and the resignation of the company's CEO Martin Winterkorn. Now an analysis by Associated Press says that between five and 20 people might have died each year in the U.S. alone as a result of Volkswagen's deceit. The software used by the firm allowed the cars to spew between 10 and 40 times more nitrogen oxides…

After getting caught cheating on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emissions tests the company is facing plummeting share prices up to $18 billion in fines impending lawsuits and the resignation of the company's CEO Martin Winterkorn. Now an analysis by Associated Press says that between five and 20 people might have died each year in the U.S. alone as a result of Volkswagen's deceit. The software used by the firm allowed the cars to spew between 10 and 40 times more nitrogen oxides…

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