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Images Dated 15th October 2014

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A herd of elephants walk past a watering hole in Hwange National Park Featured 15 Oct 2014 Image

A herd of elephants walk past a watering hole in Hwange National Park

A herd of elephants walk past a watering hole in Hwange National Park October 14, 2014. The watering hole was one of several that were contaminated by poachers with cyanide in 2013, leading to the death of at least 100 animals, according to Zimbabwean authorities. Picture taken October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Stained glass of St. Cecilia, Oxfords Cathedral at Christ Church College, Oxford Featured 15 Oct 2014 Image

Stained glass of St. Cecilia, Oxfords Cathedral at Christ Church College, Oxford

Stained glass of St. Cecilia, Oxford's Cathedral at Christ Church College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

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41 Sqaudron Tornado GR4, preparing to test fire four Storm Shadow missiles Featured 15 Oct 2014 Image

41 Sqaudron Tornado GR4, preparing to test fire four Storm Shadow missiles

Image of a 41 Sqaudron (the RAF's test and evaluation Sqn) Tornado GR4, preparing to test fire four Storm Shadow missiles over the Atlantic Ocean.
Storm Shadow is a long-range, stand-off, air-launched missile and is arguably the most advanced weapon of its kind in the world. The missile is equipped with a powerful UK-developed conventional warhead and is designed to attack important hardened targets and infrastructure such as buried and protected command centres. Mission and target data is loaded into the weapon's main computer before the aircraft leaves on its mission. After release, the wings deploy and the weapon navigates its way to the target at low level using terrain profile matching and an integrated Global Positioning System (GPS)

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