AFP photographer Yuri Cortez (back to the camera) explains in court in Puntarenas, 77 km southwest of San Jose how he was shot at by hired bodyguards during the marriage of Brazilian top model Gisele Bundchen and U.S. football player Tom Brady in Playa Santa Teresa in Puntarenas in 2004. AFP PHOTO/EZEQUIEL BECERRA
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan cuts the tape during the commissioning ceremony of the 'NNS Centenary', an offshore patrol vessel built by Chinese Shipbuilding and Industry Corporation (CSIC) for Nigerian Navy, on February 19, 2015 in Lagos. Nigerian President Jonathan commissioned into the service of Nigerian Navy four patrol vessels to enhance maritime surveillance, protection of offshore resources and infrastructure. One of the vessels, a frigate was acquired from the US Coast Guard, and one of two others built by Chinese firm was donated by the Chinese government to its Nigerian counterpart. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
A wounded Palestinian boy is rushed in to Kamal Odwan hospital after Israeli tanks fired on homes November 8, 2006 in the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza strip . The death toll from the Israeli shelling has risen to 18 nwith at least 40 wounded. Palestinian Prime Minister, Hamas's Ismail Haniya, called the Israeli attack an 'awful massacre'.
Professor Robert Winston with swimming baby in the landmark BBC Science programmme 'The Human Body' which is part of their Spring/Summer Season announced today (Wednesday). COPYRIGHTED IMAGE FROM BBC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This copyrighted image may only be used to publicise current BBC programming. All other uses (including all Online) are prohibited unless licensed by the BBC Photograph Library.
Mohamed Al Fayed holds up a mock passport following the decision by the Court of Appeal to overturn a High Court ruling to turn down their application for naturalisation because they had not been given the reasons for their refusal.