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Female protesters free-climb London's tallest structure in protest at Shell's Arctic drilling
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A swimmer participates in the annual Irish Bog Snorkelling Championship at Peatlands Park, Northern Ireland. The event, which celebrates International Bog Day, requires competitors to swim through 60 metres of swampy waters.
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