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SS Torrey Canyon Disaster, 1967. Clean up operation by the British Army after the oil tanker ran aground between Land's End and the Scilly Isles causing the biggest oil spill in UK history, 100 million gallons of crude oil spilled into the sea. The environmental disaster was made far worse by the heavy use of detergent to disperse the oil slick which was later determined to have killed off far more marine life than the oil spill itself  © Romano Cagnoni/reportdigital.co.uk

SS Torrey Canyon Disaster, 1967. Clean up operation by the British Army after the oil tanker ran aground between Land’s End and the Scilly Isles causing the biggest oil spill in UK history, 100 million gallons of crude oil spilled into the sea. The environmental disaster was made far worse by the heavy use of detergent to disperse the oil slick which was later determined to have killed off far more marine life than the oil spill itself
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Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France
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Women protest against the demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Women protest against the demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France
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Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France
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Refugees leaving Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees leaving Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp queue to be transfered to reception centres across France prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France.

Demolition of the makeshift Jungle refugee camp by French authorities. Calais, France.

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France  © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Refugees in the makeshift Jungle camp prior to a demolition planned by French authorities. Calais, France
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Colombia An indigenous woman member of the FARC guerilla putting on camouflage face paint. © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

Colombia An indigenous woman member of the FARC guerilla putting on camouflage face paint.
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FARC guerilla group take cover as they prepare to attack an army position © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

FARC guerilla group take cover as they prepare to attack an army position
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Civil rights marchers on 'Bloody Sunday' before the shooting started, Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Civil rights marchers on ‘Bloody Sunday’ before the shooting started, Derry, Northern Ireland
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British paratroopers in action on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

British paratroopers in action on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland
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British paratrooper grabs a Civil Rights demonstrator by the hair on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

British paratrooper grabs a Civil Rights demonstrator by the hair on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland
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A woman reaches out to an injured man trying to reach safety after being shot by British paratroopers on 'Bloody Sunday', Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

A woman reaches out to an injured man trying to reach safety after being shot by British paratroopers on ‘Bloody Sunday’, Derry, Northern Ireland
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Injured Civil Rights marchers lie on the ground after being shot by British paratroopers on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Injured Civil Rights marchers lie on the ground after being shot by British paratroopers on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland
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Demonstrators crowd round one of their number shot by British paratroopers on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland. © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Demonstrators crowd round one of their number shot by British paratroopers on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland.
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A blanket is drawn over the body of one of the 13 demonstrators shot dead by British paratroopers on 'Bloody Sunday' © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

A blanket is drawn over the body of one of the 13 demonstrators shot dead by British paratroopers on ‘Bloody Sunday’
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Large exit wound on one of the 13 demonstrators shot dead by paratroopers on 'Blooday Sunday' © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Large exit wound on one of the 13 demonstrators shot dead by paratroopers on ‘Blooday Sunday’
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An injured demonstrator is helped by medical staff after being shot by British paratroopers on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

An injured demonstrator is helped by medical staff after being shot by British paratroopers on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland
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British paratroopers arrest and march away Civil Rights demonstrators on 'Bloody Sunday' in Derry, Northern Ireland © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

British paratroopers arrest and march away Civil Rights demonstrators on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Derry, Northern Ireland
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march. © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march.
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Local residents stand in repectful silence at a makeshift shrine for one of the 'Derry 13' killed by British paratroopers, as an Irish tricolore flag flies at half mast © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Local residents stand in repectful silence at a makeshift shrine for one of the ‘Derry 13’ killed by British paratroopers, as an Irish tricolore flag flies at half mast
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Sixteen year old Peter Robson, one of those injured when British Paratroopers opened fire on a Civil Rights March in Londonderry, lying in hospital. © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Sixteen year old Peter Robson, one of those injured when British Paratroopers opened fire on a Civil Rights March in Londonderry, lying in hospital.
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners carry the coffin of one of the 'Derry 13' shot dead by British paratroopers into the church for the wake. © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners carry the coffin of one of the ‘Derry 13’ shot dead by British paratroopers into the church for the wake.
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners pray at the coffin of one of the Derry 13 shot dead by British parartroopers during a civil rights march © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners pray at the coffin of one of the Derry 13 shot dead by British parartroopers during a civil rights march
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners pray at the coffin of one of the Derry 13 shot dead by British parartroopers during a civil rights march © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Mourners pray at the coffin of one of the Derry 13 shot dead by British parartroopers during a civil rights march
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Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Funeral of the 'Derry 13' after the Bloody Sunday shooting by British paratroopers © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Funeral of the ‘Derry 13’ after the Bloody Sunday shooting by British paratroopers
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USAF Starlifter, lands carrying nuclear warheads at RAF Greenham Common.  © John Sturrock (reportdigital.co.uk)

USAF Starlifter, lands carrying nuclear warheads at RAF Greenham Common.
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Embrace the base women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Embrace the base women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982
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30,000 women joined hands around the base - Embrace the Base. Women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

30,000 women joined hands around the base – Embrace the Base. Women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982
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Veteran Peace campaigner, Angela Gradwell plays her concertina outside the gates of the American Cruise Missile base at Greenham Common in 1982   © Bob Naylor/reportdigital.co.uk

Veteran Peace campaigner, Angela Gradwell plays her concertina outside the gates of the American Cruise Missile base at Greenham Common in 1982
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Embrace the base women protest at the perimeter fence, Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed.  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Embrace the base women protest at the perimeter fence, Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed.
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Embrace the base women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982 Protestor singing and playing guitar. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Embrace the base women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982 Protestor singing and playing guitar.
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Woman singing at the main gate of the American Crusie Missile base at Greenham Common at the end of the Embrace the Base protest when 30,000 woman joined hands around the nine-mile perimeter fence of the base.   © Bob Naylor/reportdigital.co.uk

Woman singing at the main gate of the American Crusie Missile base at Greenham Common at the end of the Embrace the Base protest when 30,000 woman joined hands around the nine-mile perimeter fence of the base.
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Police making arrests. Blockade the base women protest by sitting down at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982 exact date unknown  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Police making arrests. Blockade the base women protest by sitting down at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982 exact date unknown
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Women for peace marching with their banner as 70,000 protesters formed a 14 mile human chain between Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed, to Burghfield, Aldermaston nuclear weapons research establishment. 1983  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Women for peace marching with their banner as 70,000 protesters formed a 14 mile human chain between Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed, to Burghfield, Aldermaston nuclear weapons research establishment. 1983
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Women remove the fencing, at Greenham Common. © John Sturrock (reportdigital.co.uk)

Women remove the fencing, at Greenham Common.
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Protesters blockade against cruise missiles, at Greenham Common.  © John Sturrock (reportdigital.co.uk)

Protesters blockade against cruise missiles, at Greenham Common.
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Lady Olga Maitland from the right wing group, Women & Families For Defence, arguing with a young, unemployed woman from Glasgow at a CND blockade of USAF Molesworth in Cambridgshire; one of many American military bases on British soil, due to become a base for cruise missiles with nuclear warheads. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Lady Olga Maitland from the right wing group, Women & Families For Defence, arguing with a young, unemployed woman from Glasgow at a CND blockade of USAF Molesworth in Cambridgshire; one of many American military bases on British soil, due to become a base for cruise missiles with nuclear warheads.
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A warning sign put up near Salisbury Plain by protesters: danger US nuclear missiles on exercise, as Greenham Common became the base as American Cruise Missiles were deployed there.     © Bob Naylor/reportdigital.co.uk

A warning sign put up near Salisbury Plain by protesters: danger US nuclear missiles on exercise, as Greenham Common became the base as American Cruise Missiles were deployed there.
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Cruisewatch protestors stop an American Cruise Missile convoy returning from Salisbury Plain to its base at Greenham Common on Wednesday November 4th, 1986, © Bob Naylor/reportdigital.co.uk

Cruisewatch protestors stop an American Cruise Missile convoy returning from Salisbury Plain to its base at Greenham Common on Wednesday November 4th, 1986,
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Crusiewatch protest stop an American Cruise Missile convoy near Ludgershall on its way from Greenham Common to Salisbury Plain.   © Bob Naylor/reportdigital.co.uk

Crusiewatch protest stop an American Cruise Missile convoy near Ludgershall on its way from Greenham Common to Salisbury Plain.
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Christian CND protest against the deployment of Cruise missiles on Salisbury plain, Monks hold up whitre crosses as a launcher and convoy carrying nuclear missiles passes by returning to USAF Greenham Common the American Air Base, Berkshire. Transporter erector launchers (TEL) were sent to dispersal sites by the USAF 501st Taticle Missile Wing. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Christian CND protest against the deployment of Cruise missiles on Salisbury plain, Monks hold up whitre crosses as a launcher and convoy carrying nuclear missiles passes by returning to USAF Greenham Common the American Air Base, Berkshire. Transporter erector launchers (TEL) were sent to dispersal sites by the USAF 501st Taticle Missile Wing.
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USAF Cruise missile convoy carring nuclear weapons returning to Greenham Common American Airforce base from a deployment on Salisbury Plane. The deployment was continually harassed by Cruisewatch peace campaigners who blocked it's passage stopping the convoy several times and painted the vehicles. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

USAF Cruise missile convoy carring nuclear weapons returning to Greenham Common American Airforce base from a deployment on Salisbury Plane. The deployment was continually harassed by Cruisewatch peace campaigners who blocked it’s passage stopping the convoy several times and painted the vehicles.
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Cruisewatch protester halts a speeding USAF cruise missile launcher convoy returning to Greenham Common. Sailsbury Plane 1982 © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Cruisewatch protester halts a speeding USAF cruise missile launcher convoy returning to Greenham Common. Sailsbury Plane 1982
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Embrace the base women protest at Greenham Common USAF American Airforce Base from which cruse missile launchers were deployed. 1982
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Seleka child soldiers in the street, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup  © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

Seleka child soldiers in the street, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup
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Seleka child soldiers in the street, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup  © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

Seleka child soldiers in the street, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup
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Congolese reinforcements for the FOMAC disembark with their baggage on an airstrip, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup on March 24th © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

Congolese reinforcements for the FOMAC disembark with their baggage on an airstrip, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup on March 24th
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A column of the FOMAC (Multinational Force of Central Africa region) patrols the streets in an attempt to stabilize a volatile situation, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup on March 24th. © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

A column of the FOMAC (Multinational Force of Central Africa region) patrols the streets in an attempt to stabilize a volatile situation, Bangui, Central African Republic. Seleka former rebels took power in a bloody coup on March 24th.
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Michel Djotodia, Seleka designated President at home, Bangui, Central African Republic.  © Boris Heger/reportdigital.co.uk

Michel Djotodia, Seleka designated President at home, Bangui, Central African Republic.
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