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Images Dated 4th February 2010

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Light trails made by a passing bus illuminate the night sky in front of Britain's Featured 4 Feb 2010 Image

Light trails made by a passing bus illuminate the night sky in front of Britain's

Light trails made by a passing bus illuminate the night sky in front of Britain's Houses of Parliament in London, February 4, 2010. British legislators exploited a culture of deference to file excessive expense claims for years, according to a report published on Thursday that revived a politically damaging scandal months before an election. REUTERS/Luke Macgregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CITYSCAPE POLITICS SOCIETY TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS) - GM1E62508A301

Just harvested Cooking Banana (Musa x paradisiaca) is loaded on a small truck Featured 4 Feb 2010 Image

Just harvested Cooking Banana (Musa x paradisiaca) is loaded on a small truck

Just harvested Cooking Banana (Musa x paradisiaca) is loaded on a small truck on a country road in the Rift Valley. Cooking Banana or Enset, Ensete, Matoke is a staple food in many East African countries like Uganda, Ethiopia or Kenya. Africa, Ethiopia

© Martin Zwick / DanitaDelimont.com

Africa, Agriculture, Arba Minch, Banana, East Africa, Enset, Ensete, Ethiopia, Food, Green, Loading, Lorry, Martin Zwick, Matoke, Plantain, Rift Valley, Side Dish, Staple Crop, Transportation, Vegetable, Work, Worker

Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906 Featured 4 Feb 2010 Image

Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906

Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906. The Duma, the elected legislative assembly of the Russian Empire, was established as a result of the Russian Revolution of 1905. Tsar Nicholas II (1868-1918), who opened the Duma, was determined to retain his autocratic power over the government of Russia however. Shortly before the Duma opened, he passed the Fundamental Laws, which stated that the Tsar's ministers could not be appointed by and were not responsible to the Duma. Increasing tension between the Duma's members and Nicholas's ministers led to the assembly being dissolved within ten weeks of its opening. Found in the collection of the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow

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