The 70th Anniversary Of The D-Day Landings Are Commemorated In Normandy...RANVILLE, FRANCE - JUNE 05:  Soldiers travelling on a vintage jeep cross Pegasus Bridge (also known as the BÈnouville Bridge) during D-Day Commemorations on June 5, 2014 in Ranville, France. Friday 6th June is the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings which saw 156,000 troops from the allied countries including the United Kingdom and the United States join forces to launch an audacious attack on the beaches of Normandy,  these assaults are credited with the eventual defeat of Nazi Germany. A series of events commemorating the 70th anniversary are planned for the week with many heads of state travelling to the famous beaches to pay their respects to those who lost their lives.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

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Soldiers in a vintage jeep cross Pegasus bridge (also known as the Bénouville bridge) in Normandy, France, on the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings

Fire crew tackle a major blaze at the Glasgow School of Art, in Glasgow, Britain 23 May 2014. The school stated that everyone in the building escaped to safety and there have been no reports of any casualties.  EPA/Robert Perry

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Fire crew tackle a major blaze at the Glasgow School of Art, in Glasgow today. The school stated that everyone in the building escaped to safety and there have been no reports of any casualties.

n Indian Sikh devotee takes a dip in the sarover (water tank) at the Sikh Shrine Golden temple in Amritsar on May 23, 2014, on the occasion of the 535th birth anniversary of Guru Amardas, the third master of the Sikhs. Guru Amardas lived from May 5, 1479 to September 1, 1574 and was the third of the 10 Gurus of Sikhism and was given the title of Sikh Guru on March 26, 1552.  AFP PHOTO/NARINDER NANUNARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images

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An Indian Sikh devotee takes a dip in the sarover (water tank) at the Sikh Shrine Golden temple in Amritsar today, on the occasion of the 535th birth anniversary of Guru Amardas, the third master of the Sikhs.

World's Most Complete Mammoth On Display At The Natural History Museum...LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 19:  (EDITORS NOTE:  IMAGES EMBARGOED FOR USE UNTIL 00:01 BST ON TUESDAY MAY 20, 2014) Lyuba, the world's most complete mammoth, is examined by research leader Adrian Lister upon arriving at Natural History Museum on May 19, 2014 in London, England.  The baby mammoth, measuring 85 centimetres tall and 130 centimetres long, was discovered in Siberia, Russia in May 2007 by reindeer herder Yuri Khudi and his sons whilst searching for wood along the Yuribei River some 42,000 years after the one month old mammoth died.  Lyuba, named after Yuri's wife and meaning love in Russia, is on public display at the Natural History Museum from 23 May until 7 September 2014.  (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images)

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The world’s most complete mammoth, Lyuba, on display at The Natural History Museum, London. The baby mammoth, 85cm tall and 130cm long, was discovered in Siberia by reindeer herder Yuri Khudi along the Yuribei River, some 42,000 years after the one-month-old creature died. It is on display at the museum from Friday until September 7.

Artist Julian Opie Exhibition Opens In Bath...BATH, ENGLAND - MAY 15:  Art technicians Rachel Falber and Sam Roberts from Art Works position two three-dimensional sculptures, 'Reed 1' and 'Delphine 2' by the artist Julian Opie onto plinths inside the Holburne Museum on May 15, 2014 in Bath, England. Considered to be one of the UK's most important and successful contemporary artists, the exhibition, 'Julian Opie: Collected Works', opens next Wednesday and runs until September 14. It will be the artists first one person exhibition for over ten years and will bring together his own works, including several previously unseen works, with pieces from his private collection.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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Two three-dimensional sculptures, ‘Reed 1′ and ‘Delphine 2′ by the artist Julian Opie are placed onto plinths inside the Holburne Museum today. The exhibition, ‘Julian Opie: Collected Works’, opens next Wednesday and runs until September 14.

A donkey carrying sacks of coal walks through the narrow tunnels of a coal mine, in Choa Saidan Shah in Punjab province April 29, 2014. Coal miners in Chao Saidan Shah use donkeys to transport coal from the depths of the mines to the surface. The donkeys make around 20 trips per day carrying sacks weighing about 20 kg (44 lbs) each. The work is dangerous with the constant risk of cave-ins. The miners say they do what they can to care for the animals, with their limited resources, but the difficult conditions mean the donkeys' life expectancy is 12-13 years. May 8 is International Donkey Day, which The Donkey Sanctuary NGO says "aims to highlight the worthy contribution donkeys make throughout the world." Picture taken April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Sara Farid

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A donkey hauls coal through a mine in Punjab province, Pakistan. The donkeys make about 20 trips a day to the surface, carrying sacks weighing about 20kg each. The difficult conditions mean their life expectancy is 12-13 years, whereas those in prosperous countries live between 30 and 50 years.

arah Jessica Parker attends the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City.  (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Sarah Jessica Parker attends the “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.

France's newly appointed Prime minister Manuel Valls (L) speaks with French President Francois Hollande before the first cabinet meeting of his government, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, on April 4, 2014.

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Manuel Valls (left), France’s newly appointed prime minister, meets President François Hollande before the first cabinet meeting of his government, at the Élysée Palace in Paris.

An Afghan boy carries election material on his back to polling stations which are not accessible by road in Shutul, Panjshir province, April 4, 2014. The Afghan presidential elections will be held on April 5.

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A boy carries election material to polling stations inaccessible by road in Shutul, Panjshir province, Afghanistan. Presidential elections will be held on Saturday.

A worker attaches prayer petitions, with names written on cards, to lotus lanterns in preparation for the upcoming birthday of Buddha at Jogye temple in Seoul April 4, 2014. Buddha's birthday falls on May 6 in South Korea.   REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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A man attaches prayer petitions, with names written on cards, to lotus lanterns in preparation for the upcoming birthday of Buddha, at Jogye temple in Seoul. Buddha’s birthday falls on May 6 this year for countries in east Asia, except Japan. Read more