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Images Dated 5th April 2015

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Two monks cross the street in front of the Cambodian Supreme Court, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Featured 5 Apr 2015 Image

Two monks cross the street in front of the Cambodian Supreme Court, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

© Jason Langley / AWL Images Ltd

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Island fox (Urocyon littoralis), Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands National Park Featured 5 Apr 2015 Image

Island fox (Urocyon littoralis), Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands National Park

Island fox (Urocyon littoralis), Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands National Park, California, USA

© Russ Bishop / DanitaDelimont.com

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Trial of Roderick McLean for shooting at Queen Victoria 1882 Featured 5 Apr 2015 Image

Trial of Roderick McLean for shooting at Queen Victoria 1882

Vintage engraving of the Trial of Roderick McLean for shooting at Queen Victoria. Roderick McLean attempted to assassinate Queen Victoria on March 2, 1882, at Windsor, England, with a pistol. McLean's motive was purportedly a curt reply to some poetry that he had mailed to the Queen. Tried for high treason that April 20, he was found not guilty, but insane by a jury after five minutes deliberation, and he lived out his remaining days in Broadmoor Asylum. The London Illustrated News, 1882

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