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King's Cross Station Square ...EDITORIAL USE ONLY One of 15  living statues that greeted commuters this morning to mark the opening of the newly redeveloped Kingís Cross Square in central London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday September 26, 2013. The 15 familiar faces from Londonís street performing scene were brought together to mark the completion of Network Railís £550m redevelopment of King's Cross station ñ in the largest ever gathering of ëliving statuesí in the UK.

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One of 15 living statues that greeted commuters this morning to mark the opening of the newly redeveloped King’s Cross Square in central London. The 15 familiar faces from London’s street performing scene were brought together to mark the completion of Network Rail’s £550m redevelopment of King’s Cross station.

The Skate South bank Forever photography portraits apart of the Global Inside Out Project will launching on Saturday 8th June 2013, 10am at The South Bank Skate Park. Twenty five black & white portraits of the local skating community will be put up. The project is launching to help raise awareness of the plight of London’s Skating community as it fights to save the skate park against the ongoing threat of retail developments. The Undercroft of the South bank Centre has been the heart of London skateboarding for almost forty years

David Gould

The Skate South bank Forever photography portraits, part of the Global Inside Out Project, will be launching on Saturday 8th June 2013, 10am at The South Bank Skate Park. Twenty five black & white portraits of the local skating community will be put up. The project is launching to help raise awareness of the plight of London’s Skating community as it fights to save the skating area against the ongoing threat of retail developments. The Undercroft of the South bank Centre has been the heart of London skateboarding for almost forty years Read more

Police officers push back women to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen's help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison.

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Police officers push back women to prevent them from reaching Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to make way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison.