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Marriage Rights California

San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaks during a news conference as she stands in front of U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, left, and state Sen. Scott Wiener after Padilla officiated a vow renewal ceremony inside City Hall on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in San Francisco. The Respect for Marriage Act requires the federal government to recognize a marriage between two individuals if the marriage was valid in the state where it was performed and guarantee that valid marriages between two individuals are given full faith and credit, regardless of the couple's sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin. The legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 61-36. It now goes to the House of Representatives. (Yalonda M. James/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)

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Marriage Rights California

U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, center, speaks during a news conference after officiating a vow renewal ceremony inside City Hall on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in San Francisco. The Respect for Marriage Act requires the federal government to recognize a marriage between two individuals if the marriage was valid in the state where it was performed and guarantee that valid marriages between two individuals are given full faith and credit, regardless of the couple's sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin. The legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 61-36. It now goes to the House of Representatives. (Yalonda M. James/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)

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Marriage Rights California

U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, center, speaks during a news conference after officiating a vow renewal ceremony inside City Hall on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in San Francisco, as San Francisco Mayor London Breed, left, and Sen. Scott Wiener, second from right, stand with him. The Respect for Marriage Act requires the federal government to recognize a marriage between two individuals if the marriage was valid in the state where it was performed and guarantee that valid marriages between two individuals are given full faith and credit, regardless of the couple's sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin. (Yalonda M. James/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)

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Marriage Rights California

U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla speaks during a news conference after officiating a vow renewal ceremony inside City Hall on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in San Francisco. The Respect for Marriage Act requires the federal government to recognize a marriage between two individuals if the marriage was valid in the state where it was performed and guarantee that valid marriages between two individuals are given full faith and credit, regardless of the couple's sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin. The legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 61-36. It now goes to the House of Representatives. (Yalonda M. James/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)

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Marriage Rights California

Cyn Wang, right, looks at her partner, Tessa Chavez, during a vow renewal ceremony officiated by U.S. Sen. Alex Padilla, center, at City Hall on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in San Francisco. The Respect for Marriage Act requires the federal government to recognize a marriage between two individuals if the marriage was valid in the state where it was performed and guarantee that valid marriages between two individuals are given full faith and credit, regardless of the couple's sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin. The legislation passed the Senate by a vote of 61-36. It now goes to the House of Representatives. (Yalonda M. James/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the palace Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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The 'Tree of Fertility' Medieval Erotic Fresco in Tuscany

The 'Tree of Fertility' (or Phallus Tree, albero della fertilita), fresco mural set in the wall of the Fonti dell'Abbondanza (the Fountains of Abundance) in the centre of Massa Marittima, medieval and Renaissance city in Tuscany, Italy. November 1, 2022. One of the most unique pieces of art in the Middle Ages, the tree depicts exceptionally realistic penises hang like enormous pieces of fruit. At the foot of the tree is a group of women waiting for them to fall; two of them squabble over one. The Tree of Fecundity (L'Albero della Fecondita) was discovered by chance in 2000 whilst the palazzo above 'Fonti dell'Abbondanza', was being restored. Despite being in a poor condition, at five metres high and six metres wide, entirely filling the arched wall upon which it was painted, its richly coloured imagery clearly showed a full semi-circular tree with twenty-five large erect penises with testicles. It embellishes the left inset of three interior walls in one of Massa Marittima's major public fountains. Expert say the fresco dates to 1265, the same year inscribed on the fountain itself. The townspeople's initial reaction to the find was mixed. They considered it to be somehow dirty or erotic, one or the other. Some years later, that ambivalence has long gone and locals are furiously protective of their Tree of Fertility. In 2008 a program of restoration was undertaken to fully clean the mural which had suffered not just from its whitewashing but also from water damage and concretions. But When the newly restored fresco was unveiled to members of the Comune and local dignitary, there was considerable dissatisfaction expressed by some with claims made that the restoration works have censored the original painting by scrubbing out or altering some of the testicles, which hang from the tree's branches and reducing the size of some of the phalluses. Fertility symbol or political allegory ? Some experts describe the fresco as that of a fecundity tree and that the phalluses represent fertility, life, abundance and good fortune. But other experts say that the Phallus tree was Guelph propaganda warning that if the Ghibellines were allowed to take control of the city, they would bring with them sexual perversion and witchcraft. The debate between historians and researchers continues. But what is undisputed is that it is an unparalleled find of 'fine detail rarely observed in mural works from this period' with an 'advanced two-dimensional system of perspective'. Photo by Eric Vandeville/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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Train for Gender Equality - Toulouse

A suitcase full of books, The little illustrator of intimacy, B.A.B.A of sex between chicks. That s Life. The Equality Train in Toulouse, organized by the Women s Foundation, a train with animations, conferences and contents both entertaining and educational on the issues of equality between women and men. Meeting with associations working in the field for women's health and sexual rights, against violence against women and for equality in the professional sphere. Toulouse, France on March 1, 2022. Photo by Patricia Huchot-Boissier/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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Demonstration against sexual violence after 'The Voice of Holland' scandal in Amsterdam, Netherlands - 29 Jan 2022

A man is seen looking at a wall full of placards against sexual violence during the demonstration. Due to the abuses surrounding the TV program, 'The Voice of Holland', sexually transgressive behavior is currently receiving a lot of attention in the country. The Dutch organization 'Wij zijn M' (We Are M), has organized a demonstration at the Museumplein in Amsterdam to raise political awareness about this problem, and to show their support with the victims of the program and not to blame them. Recently the program and its creators have come under fire as news emerged of several of those involved in the show abusing their position and taking advantage of young female contestants and colleagues. For the time being, the program has been suspended. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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Demonstration against sexual violence after 'The Voice of Holland' scandal in Amsterdam, Netherlands - 29 Jan 2022

Two women are seen looking at a wall full of placards against sexual violence during the demonstration. Due to the abuses surrounding the TV program, 'The Voice of Holland', sexually transgressive behavior is currently receiving a lot of attention in the country. The Dutch organization 'Wij zijn M' (We Are M), has organized a demonstration at the Museumplein in Amsterdam to raise political awareness about this problem, and to show their support with the victims of the program and not to blame them. Recently the program and its creators have come under fire as news emerged of several of those involved in the show abusing their position and taking advantage of young female contestants and colleagues. For the time being, the program has been suspended. (Photo by Ana Fernandez / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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British Bigotry Corporation: Platforming Hate Is Not Impartial in London, UK - 08 Jan 2022

A protestor holds a placard that says 'Transphobic BBC article: Low bridge. We demand that the BBC 1) retract the article; 2) print a full apology; 3) start restorative justice process' during the demonstration. Organized by Trans Activism UK, transgender rights supporters gathered outside BBC's office at Portland Place to protest against the news corporation's queerphobic agenda. Earlier in October 2021, the BBC published an article titled 'We're being pressured into sex by some trans women', which sparked widespread outrage among the transgender community. The group gathered to condemn BBC for spreading hatred and discrimination against the transgender population. (Photo by Belinda Jiao / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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Chris Noth Accused Of Sexual Assault

File photo dated July 30, 2013 of Chris Noth and Tara Wilson attend a screening of Radius TWC's 'Lovelace' in New York City, NY, USA. Two women have accused Sex And The City actor Chris Noth of sexually assaulting them in 2004 and 2015. The women gave detailed accounts of the alleged assaults to The Hollywood Reporter, published using the pseudonyms Zoe and Lily. The magazine says the women do not know each other. In a statement, Mr Noth, 67, said "the encounters were consensual" and that the accusations of assault are "categorically false". Photo by Dennis Van Tine/Abaca/Sipa USA(Sipa via AP Images)

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Blood donation

Blood donation. John O'Doherty, Director of The Rainbow Project in Belfast, donating blood at the Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service headquarters at Belfast City Hospital. A change to blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men in Northern Ireland has been hailed as a "substantial step towards full equality". Men who have been in a same-sex relationship with one partner for more than three months are now able to donate, which will increase the number of eligible blood donors. Picture date: Monday August 16 2021. See PA story ULSTER Blood. Photo credit should read: Handout from John O'Doherty/PA Wire URN:61732672 (Press Association via AP Images)

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Blood donation

Blood donation. John O'Doherty, Director of The Rainbow Project in Belfast, donating blood at the Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service headquarters at Belfast City Hospital. A change to blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men in Northern Ireland has been hailed as a "substantial step towards full equality". Men who have been in a same-sex relationship with one partner for more than three months are now able to donate, which will increase the number of eligible blood donors. Picture date: Monday August 16 2021. See PA story ULSTER Blood. Photo credit should read: Handout from John O'Doherty/PA Wire URN:61732688 (Press Association via AP Images)

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Blood donation

Blood donation. John O'Doherty, Director of The Rainbow Project in Belfast, donating blood at the Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service headquarters at Belfast City Hospital. A change to blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men in Northern Ireland has been hailed as a "substantial step towards full equality". Men who have been in a same-sex relationship with one partner for more than three months are now able to donate, which will increase the number of eligible blood donors. Picture date: Monday August 16 2021. See PA story ULSTER Blood. Photo credit should read: Handout from John O'Doherty/PA Wire URN:61732687 (Press Association via AP Images)

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