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China has Recently launched a new passenger train, equipped with sophisticated and comfortable cars. The train will run on the route "Beijing-Shanghai", and despite the distance of 1318 kilometers, the trip will take only 12 hours. The highlight of the new cars is the location of the passenger shelves that are installed during the motion of the train. Each passenger has their own window, a special orthopedic adjustable back rest, small table, curtain, socket and lamp. Although such wagons social media users have dubbed "the Chinese reserved seat", they are much more comfortable ones we used to see in our country.

62-year-old security guard named Ramdin suffered an armed attack. The robbers stole cash in the amount of $700 and put the elderly man in the ass metal bowl. During the torture the Hindu lost consciousness and didn't remember much. After 10 days he went to the hospital Rama in the city of Kanpur, India, with severe pain in the abdomen. The man held an ultrasound scan to find out the cause of pain, and was amazed to see the stainless steel beaker, stuck in the abdomen. Initially the doctors tried to remove the bowl through the anus, but in an hour, despite all their efforts, are unable to do so. The Cup was removed through the stomach after two hours of painstaking invasive surgery.

28-year-old Czech photographer David Tesinsky (David Tesinsky) went to Jamaica to "find out whether there is still real Rastafarian, and try to find living legends of reggae". According to David, to meet real Rasta on the streets is not easy, though every second dude with the dreads says, "I am Rasta". However, he still managed to find Rasta still honoring Haile Selassie as the incarnation of God on Earth (JHA), and chat with the legendary Jamaican musicians such as Eek-A-Mouse, Junior Balls and Addison Pablo.

Migrants who were forced to flee Algeria, at gunpoint, to die in the heat of the Sahara desert. Over the last 14 months of the North African country left in the desert more than 13,000 people, including pregnant women and young children. People are fleeing from violence in their homeland, and some just hope to capitalize on a new life in Europe. Without food and water, refugees are forced to walk a few miles in the desert heat to 48 degrees. The lucky ones get to the city of Assamaka in neighboring Niger. Others, disoriented and dehydrated, wandering for several days before rescue the UN troops find them. But thousands of migrants die on the way.

In 2011, the then Prime Minister of Nepal Baburam Bhattarai began a programme of expansion of roads in the capital Kathmandu. Seven years later, the controversial project is still not implemented. Opponents argue that this increased air pollution, has damaged the cultural heritage, and caused large traffic jams. Proponents say the new road, especially the extension of the ring road of the city, is a vital matter for the country's development. As the government wrestles with its controversial scheme of expansion of roads, the trip to the capital of Nepal may take up to four hours. Many joke that a dust mask was part of the national dress.

22-year-old Adam Hastings saw on TV how people can find interesting items with magnets on the bottom of ponds. He also decided to try and went on the lake in the Park in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. After a few casts a powerful magnet, the guy hooked something substantial. Pulling the find, Adam saw that it was safe. It was full of jewels, watches, war medals and letters. The guy believes that the safe was thrown into the lake after the robbery and hopes that these items will be returned to their owner in the near future.

US Citizenship allows you to travel almost all over the planet — and not even thinking about passport control. This practice provides the opportunity for avid travelers really feel citizens of the world, without any borders and restrictions that artificially administered state. And here, for example, the comrades from South Sudan have access to only 28 countries — here especially do not walk. Here are the 10 most powerful passport holders can freely travel around the world — well, we, frankly, seems rather strange the very existence of restrictions on civil movement.

Skanda Gautam (Skanda Gautam) is a photojournalist based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Currently working in the national daily newspaper "The Himalayan Times" ("the Himalayan times"). In February of this year Skanda visited the festival of Maha Shivaratri (Maha Shivaratri Festival) in the temple of Pashupatinath in Kathmandu (Nepal). In his pictures we see a colorful and solemn portraits of the Holy men of India and Nepal who smoke marijuana and pray to the Hindu God Shiva. Their faces are covered with bright paint and ash. Colourful pictures from the festival of Maha Shivaratri and other bright Nepalese festivals can be seen in today's collection.

Alvinia Bernades and Maui Carabao from the Philippines 10 years ago, turned to the clandestine beautician. Best friend wanted to save money on expensive services and believed the woman, who promised to make them even prettier. The doctor entered the girls under skin vaseline and since then their life turned into hell. Injection of vaseline into her cheeks and chin led to swelling, itching and pain. It lasted for three months and the doctors couldn't do anything to help her friends. The girls took several surgeries to get rid of the consequences of the procedure, but their appearance will never be the same. Now they rarely leave the house, embarrassed by their individuals and really regret what you did.

Here is a unique house in the South-East of London, built by the British company Archway Studios under the railway viaduct of the nineteenth century. The architects have transformed an old industrial building to house a Studio of 150 square meters. Under a rusty semi-arch is a comfortable house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, large living room and office. Inside, lots of light, and special soundproofing protects the interior from the noise of the railway. In the exhibition New London Architecture Awards-2013 this house was voted best house of the year. Now it is for sale for 1.2 million pounds (1.6 million U.S. dollars).

Erez Marom (Marom Erez) — professional 38-year-old photographer, Retoucher, teacher, and traveler, living in Holon, Israel. Erez focuses on landscape photo shoots amazing travel and nature. He received a master's degree in engineering in tel Aviv University, where he later worked as a teacher of mathematics. "Sometime in 2008, I first saw sample images which were taken using DSLR,” says Erez. "I immediately decided that I must learn to do such pictures, and bought my first camera and lens.”

The Idea behind this project was born thanks to the complex topography of the building site in the Andes. Architects from the Taller TEC EC, it was decided to create a complex of four houses with an area of 300 square meters each. The complex is located in the province of Pichincha, Ecuador. Each house consists of three rectangular structures of different sizes located in different levels. Ceiling height varies depending on the destination premises. 12 blocks are 4 houses, descending terraces along the slope. The blocks are designed in the form of screens, are closely interconnected horizontal and vertical planes.

Rural Australian cattle farm the size of Fiji and half of Belgium on sale for $50 000 000. Clifton Hills Station is one of the largest agricultural sites in the world. On a farm about 20 000 head of cattle, it covers an area of 1.6 million hectares, or 16 510 square kilometers. On the plot there is a manor house, a few roads, airstrips, wells for water, agricultural buildings and equipment. The current owners — a partnership of several shareholders, they own the property for more than 60 years.

Tower on the edge of a forest rises to the sun and provides a perfect observation of the landscape. the House is designed for the photographer and his family, there are four floors, and major structures are made of wood. First floor with two bedrooms and garage is partially built into the slope. Common room is on the second floor and opens onto a large outdoor terrace. Above is the master bedroom and the upper floor laboratory with a specific platform. Composite vertical the vertical is enhanced by the wooden facade.

Incredible colored footage shows triumphant new York city during popular parades and marches of the early twentieth century. These spectacular pictures were painted by an electrician Royston Leonard (Leonard Royston) from Cardiff, South Wales. During the 1920-ies of new York became the most populous city in history, where he lived about five million residents, overtaking London, and by 1930 the number of residents reached ten million. This made new York the first metropolis in the world. Data color photographs show exuberant spirit that has always surrounded the Big Apple and has become a key element of the character of the city.