Ass192259 “As a child we lived in grinding poverty, forcing me at the age of 13 to work as a domestic. I became pregnant with a boy who also worked there. When I learnt of pregnancy I was very anxious and in fear as I knew I was going to get fired and become homeless. As an unemployed single mum, I am now contemplating becoming a sex worker to support my son.”
Ass192260 “I am not in school because my aunt does not have money for the fees. Without a proper education it is impossible to have a dream, even one as simple as mine to become a hairdresser. At the EJAF Saturday gathering I am learning skills that can help me find work without a formal education. Kiiza is an orphan. Her aunt treats her like a slave forcing her to do hours of hard labour at the crack of dawn on an empty stomach which is disastrous when you are on a course of the ARV drugs. Her only respite is attending the EJAF gatherings and the counselling support she receives which has buoyed her spirits and given hope.
Ass192271 A man steps over festive New Year lanterns being put up in the China Town area of London on February 5, 2019 as Chinese communities around the world welcomed the Year of the Pig. - Chinese communities around the world welcomed the Year of the Pig on February 5, ushering in the Lunar New Year with prayers, family feasts and shopping sprees.
Ass192273 The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and HRH Prince Harry (of Wales) give a wave to the crowd after their wedding as they were protected by visible armed police officers along the whole of the route. Royal Wedding of HRH Prince Harry (of Wales) and Meghan Markle, Windsor, Berkshire, on May 19, 2018.
Ass192274 The Goodwood motor circuit celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Revival.The Revival has become one of the biggest annual historic motorsport events in the world and the only one to be staged entirely in period dress. Each year over 150,000 people descend on this quiet corner of West Sussex to enjoy the three-day event. Pictured Dad and Mum take a selfie with their daughter as the young driver prepares for the Setterington Cup in a Austin J40 pedal car.
Ass192275 Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive Lycée Qualifiant Grand Atlas school in Asni town in the Atlas mountains in Morocco, 24 February 2019. The Duke and Duchess visited the local secondary School to students and teachers and the school’s sports ground to watch the children play football. The British royal couple are on an official visit to the country from 23 to 25 February.London, Britain, 24 February 2019.
Ass192280 The UK faces a homeless epidemic, with statistics showing that a homeless person dies every two weeks in London, one of the world’s wealthiest cities. Spiralling property prices are being cited as a huge factor, alongside access to mental health services becoming harder over the last several years. A homeless man lays on the street, apparently passed out from drinking the wine tied to the top of his belongings on his trolley. His guitar, probably used to busk with to pay for the wine, still strapped to his back. Another homeless man, wrapped in a sleeping bag, walks by.
Ass192281 FLOWERS GETTING CUT DOWN BY LOCAL MAN AFTER BEING UP FOR HALF AN HOUR Hither Green Burglary Murder. South Park Crescent,Hither Green. Family and friends of Henry Vincent arrive to hang up the ripped down flowers outside the home of 78 year old Richard Osborn-Brooks who stabbed a burglar to death in his home.
Ass192287 Gillingham vs Wycombe, 15th December 2018 Gillingham's Tom Eaves is manhandled by Wycombe Wanderer's Adam El-Abd while jumping to challenge for an aerial ball in their League One game at the Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham , Kent. Eaves was at the time leading scorer in the League One standings.
Ass192290 Firefighters make their way cross the charred moorland moor after extinguishing the heather and grass fire burning on Saddleworth Moor on February 27, 2019 near Marsden, England. Plumes of smoke were visible for miles, with published reports noting the blaze covered approximately 1.5 sq km of the moor near Dovestone Reservoir. The heather fire comes after the UK recorded it's warmest ever February day yesterday.
Ass192297 A young member of the Homenetmen Armenian Scouts listens on as the Armenian national anthem is sung at the Cenotaph after the wreath laying ceremony. Armenian Genocide Commemorative March. Demonstrators take to the streets of London to commemorate and also ask for the recognition of the Genocide by British and Turkish governments. The Genocide of the Armenians which started on April 24, 1915, perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire, killed 1.5 million Armenians. London, United Kingdom. April 21, 2018.
Ass192298 Aerial picture shows Tollesbury Saltings in Essex on Sunday morning,October 15th,2017. The area is attracting an influx of visitors after being used on the ITV drama Liar. Visitors have been flocking to a stunning marina used in the opening sequence of popular ITV drama Liar. An aerial of striking marshland at Tollesbury Marina in Essex is used at the beginning of the programme, which centres on an allegation of rape. The opening scene of the first episode also saw lead character Laura canoeing through the marshes, which are at the mouth of the River Blackwater. Now the village and marina have been attracting visitors from across Britain, who are keen to see the stunning location for themselves. "We've had a lot more tourists than usual arriving since the start of the series in September," said a worker at The Harbour View bistro and bar, based at the marina. "Lots of visitors have been telling us that they have come to explore the area after seeing it on television."
Ass192300 Picture dated December 20th 2018 shows the Queen on the train to King's Lynn Norfolk as it passes through Cambridge on Thursday morning as she travels to Sandringham for the Christmas holidays. The Queen travelled first class on the 10.45am First Capital Connect service from London King's Cross to King's Lynn in Norfolk.
Ass192306 Chris Froome, photographed for Sporting Body on the famous Col de la Madone mountain in Monaco - made famous by Lance Armstrong, it was his favorite training run. Chris is the reigning Tour de France champion and one of the most successful riders in the history of the Tour, having won it four times – in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 and has just won the Vuelta a España - making him the first cyclist to win the Tour-Vuelta double.
Ass192308 Vivienne Westwood anti-fracking protest. Vivienne Westwood is joined by climate change activists dressed as an angel, Joseph and three wise men to protest against the Government's fracking policy. This will be followed by a High Court hearing when campaigners will challenge new planning guidance.
Ass192312 Venezuelan opposition supporters gathering at the end of the Las Mercedes street, in the East of Caracas, while Juan Guaido, the self-proclamed Interim President of Venezuela (centre of the image), gives a speech. Opposition leaded Juan Guaido has called for a mass demonstration demanding political change. At the same time pro Government supporters gather in different parts of Caracas celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Bolivarian revolution started by Hugo Chavez.
Ass192313 Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson meets pupils, parents and staff at Santa Marta school in the heart of the Amazonian rainforest near the town of Iquitos in Peru where he saw a UK funded solar energy project which has provided the school with electricity and fresh water. He also joined in dancing with the children after watching students perform a traditional welcome. The foreign secretary is on a 5 day trip to Latin America where he will also visit Argentina and Chile
Ass192315 People enjoy the sunshine outside coloured beach huts at North Bay, Scarborough, northern England, on August 7, 2018 as Europe continued to swealter in a heatwave. - Europe baked in near-record temperatures but some respite was on the horizon after weeks of nonstop sunshine as people come to terms with what may prove to be the region's new normal in an era of climate change.
Ass192317 Picture shows Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arriving for the wedding of Celia McCorquodale in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire on June 16th,2018. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were seen smiling and laughing as they attended his cousin's wedding - with the bride wearing Princess Diana's tiara. The new Duchess of Sussex stunned in a long-sleeved blue-and-white paisley shirt dress and white fascinator at the wedding of Princess Diana's niece, Celia McCorquodale - exactly four weeks after her big day. Celia, who is the younger daughter of the Princess of Wales' sister Lady Sarah McCorquodale, looked beautiful in a lace-bodiced dress and a full veil, held in place by the stunning diamond tiara worn by Princess Diana at her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981. Celia, 29, attended Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding exactly a month ago and she returned the favour by inviting the couple to her country wedding to George Woodhouse at St Andrew and St Mary's Church in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire.
Ass192318 Students from Springwood High School, Kings Lynn, gather together after performing traditional southern Indian dance in front of the Iron Garden in the Great Pavilion during the press day for this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, London. ... Chelsea Flower Show 2018 ...
Ass192320 Monday February 25, 2019 Greenpeace activists deliver a 29 foot-long plastic bottle to Environment Secretary Michael Gove, at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs at the Home Office in London, to urge him not to 'lose his bottle' in the face of corporate lobbying, and to press on with an all-inclusive deposit return scheme. The bottle was built by Artist Lulu Quinn using over 2,500 plastic bottles collected by volunteers from the UK�s streets, beaches and river banks.
Ass192329 A stunning projection of poppies will fill the Nave of St Albans Cathedral for two nights only, as part of a unique light and sound installation to commemorate the World War One Centenary later this year. On Friday 26th and Saturday 27th October the Cathedral will open after dark to anyone wishing to contemplate and reflect on the history of World War One. Entry will be free and will provide people with an opportunity to remember those who have served, both in the First World War and any other conflict. Created by Peter Walker, Artistic Director at Lichfield Cathedral, the installation will feature projections specially tailored to St Albans Cathedral, including names of local soldiers who have served in the armed forces and falling rose petals which will be projected over the Shrine of Alban, Britain’s First Saint.
Ass192333 A young woman in seen enjoying in a street covered on smashed tomatoes during the Tomatina festival. As every year since 1945, the�Valencian�town of�Bu�ol (East of Spain), celebrates La Tomatina, a festival where participants throw�tomatoes�and get involved in this tomato fight purely for entertainment purposes.
Ass192334 The Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Savannah Phillips, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping of the Colour ceremony to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday in London, Britain on June 9, 2018.
Ass192336 Borneo elephants emerge from an oil palm plantation at Sabah Softwoods in Sabah, Borneo on 28 March, 2019. Home to the oldest jungles in the world, Malaysia and Indonesia produce 85-90% of world's oil palm. Its crop yield is at least 4 times more productive than other vegetable oil crop. The planting of oil palm has led to enormous levels of deforestation which in turn has resulted in species decline, including oraguntans. In the Malaysian state of Sabah, the government has now committed to no further deforestation and to totally protect 30% of its area by 2025.They have also made it a legal requirement for all oil palm producers to be nationally certified by the end of 2019. WWF is supporting local initiatives with replanting to create wildlife corridors linking existing forests which will allow species to move more freely.
Ass192342 “I am not in school because my aunt does not have money for the fees. Without a proper education it is impossible to have a dream, even one as simple as mine to become a hairdresser. At the EJAF Saturday gathering I am learning skills that can help me find work without a formal education. Kiiza is an orphan. Her aunt treats her like a slave forcing her to do hours of hard labour at the crack of dawn on an empty stomach which is disastrous when you are on a course of the ARV drugs. Her only respite is attending the EJAF gatherings and the counselling support she receives which has buoyed her spirits and given hope.
Ass192345 “When I grow up I want to be a lawyer who prosecutes criminal people. Many people are forced off their land and are left homeless. But first I need to find money for fees, so I can return to school.” Gloria puts on her ragged uniform every day in hope she can attend school. Sometimes she sneaks into classes but is invariably chased away. Every Saturday she walks over an hour to attend the EJAF gathering. She feels safe and is happy to be with other children who are HI+. Best for her are the games and the hot meal all receive along with food to take home for the week.