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    Kosovar artist makes Merkel mosaic from seeds

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    Far-out fleet from Mad Max up for sale in Australia

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    Mini masterpieces: Egyptian artist carves pharaohs into pencil tips

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Irma: Recovery continues as Florida Keys reopens to tourists


2017-10-02
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Florida Keys residents say they feel a strong sense of community and see a fast recovery as restaurants reopen and cleanup crews remove debris caused by the powerful storm that struck the state on September 10.

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Kosovar artist makes Merkel mosaic from seeds


2021-09-27
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A Kosovar artist creates a portrait of the outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel using some 100 kilogrammes of seeds.

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Far-out fleet from Mad Max up for sale in Australia


2021-09-26
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A set of hulking machines from 'Mad Max: Fury road' await a new owner in a Sydney warehouse as a far-out fleet of 13 from the 2015 film goes up for sale.

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Sparks fly and adrenaline surges in South Africa car 'spinning'


2021-09-25
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Hundreds gather to watch a car spinning tournament near Johannesburg in South Africa. Now recognised as a motor sport, "spinning" was born in South African townships during the late 1980s, when gangsters would spin stolen cars to show off their spoils. Tournaments have resumed after a nearly two-year pandemic hiatus.

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Mini masterpieces: Egyptian artist carves pharaohs into pencil tips


2021-09-22
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With just a knife, brush and pencil, 30-year-old Egyptian sculpture artist Ibrahim Belal is a master of his tools, creating miniature sculptures of the most prominent Pharaonic and Egyptian landmarks at his home in the city of Rashid, in the Beheira Governorate, some 300 kilometres south of Cairo. He dreams of creating one of the first first museum's of miniature sculptures in the Middle East.

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Hoofing it: Niger hosts major Sahara camel race


2021-09-20
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Two laps of 5 km and a winner aged only 10 years old: the Ingall camel race in the north of Niger is the flagship event of the "Salt Cure" festival, a great celebration of Saharan pastoralism trapped in the jihadist conflict in the region.