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Two employees of WDBJ news station, reporter Alison Parker and cameraman/photographer Adam Ward, were shot and killed in the midst of a live broadcast. http://edition.cnn.com/2015/08/26/us/virginia-shooting-wdbj/
Vester Flanagan, who police say killed two journalists while they were on air, died at a hospital of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, a sheriff says.
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An Idaho man has captured an indelible image in the midst of that state's wildfires: It shows a sheepdog and her two pups guarding a dead fawn. 
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From Boy Scouts on a hike to children playing on a beach, this wonderful set of photographs captures British life almost a century ago.
The images from the 1920s and 1930s also include scenes of postmen on their rounds, police directing buses and characters in a pageant.
They were taken by Clifton R. Adams, who was sent to England by National Geographic magazine to photograph life in the country.
Mr Adams, who died in 1934 aged just 44, had instructions to record its farms, towns and cities, and its residents at work and play.
He took the images in colour using Autochrome Lumière, which was the most advanced colour photographic process of the day.
The plates were covered in microscopic potato starch grains coloured red, green and blue-violet, with about four million per square inch.
Light passed through the colour filters when an image was taken, with the plate then processed to produce a positive transparency.
The images were taken by Clifton R. Adams, who was sent to England by National Geographic magazine to photograph life in the country.
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Photographs of the #Queen from her earliest days on the throne to her appearance at this year’s Order of the Garter ceremony at #Windsor are to form an exhibition to mark her becoming the #UK’s longest-serving #monarch. 
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Experience history through photographs from the 1800s 
British lensmen Samuel Bourne and Charles Shepherd’s work from the 1800s may be the earliest examples of photojournalism in India. Catch their work on display.
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Google Photos shows you photos and videos from the past with the “Rediscover this day” feature 
August 21, 2015 /Photography News/ Google Photos can already surprise you with animations and collages based on your own picture library. Now it's learning a new trick: a new feature called “Rediscover this day” that resurfaces photos and videos from the current day, but in year's past.
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It's an image that sublimely captures the moment desperation gives way to joy for a refugee family who found sanctuary after fleeing terror.
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A family beach outing turned terrifying last week when what was thought to be a washed-up buoy turned out to be an active bomb. 
Kelly Gravell of Burry Port, Wales, said she and her family were on the beach August 12 to picnic when theirt two children saw something washed up on the sand as they took their boogie boards down to the water. The item was large and almost completely covered in barnacles.
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