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2. A hopeless attempt to scare away a cloud of more than a million starlings. The birds invaded the village every afternoon, until the situation became untenable and they had to be destroyed. France, St. Maudan, Brittany. Photographer Valery Hache (France), Reuters.

World Press Photo 1987, Nature, 3rd prize.

Training for the Olympics.  Photo: David Paynter (South Africa)World Press Photo 1968, General Features, 1st prize.

Training for the Olympics.  Photo: David Paynter (South Africa)

World Press Photo 1968, General Features, 1st prize.

Dutch football goalkeeper Frans de Munck, known as ‘the black panther’. Photo: Jaap J. Herschel (Netherlands). World Press Photo 1957, Sports, 2nd prize

Dutch football goalkeeper Frans de Munck, known as ‘the black panther’. Photo: Jaap J. Herschel (Netherlands).

World Press Photo 1957, Sports, 2nd prize

David Lynch at the Cannes Film Festival. Photo: Jean-Christian Bourcart (France / Rapho) World Press Photo 1990, Arts and Entertainment, Honorable mention 

David Lynch at the Cannes Film Festival. Photo: Jean-Christian Bourcart (France / Rapho)

World Press Photo 1990, Arts and Entertainment, Honorable mention 

After many years of Soviet occupation, Russian troops withdraw their tanks from Hungarian soil. 1990. Photo: Tamas Revesz (Hungary / Mai Nap) World Press Photo 1990, General News, Honorable mention

After many years of Soviet occupation, Russian troops withdraw their tanks from Hungarian soil. 1990. Photo: Tamas Revesz (Hungary / Mai Nap)

World Press Photo 1990, General News, Honorable mention

A young woman from the Ovahimba tribe takes her children shopping in a supermarket, Opuvo, Namibia 1989. Photo: Thomas Hegenbart (Germany / Stern).World Press Photo 1989, Daily Life, Honorable mention. 

A young woman from the Ovahimba tribe takes her children shopping in a supermarket, Opuvo, Namibia 1989. Photo: Thomas Hegenbart (Germany / Stern).

World Press Photo 1989, Daily Life, Honorable mention. 

A portrait of Lenin playing chess serves as inspiration for Hungarian leader János Kádár, 1986. Photo: Chris Niedenthal (Poland).World Press photo 1986. People in the News, 2nd prize.
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A portrait of Lenin playing chess serves as inspiration for Hungarian leader János Kádár, 1986. Photo: Chris Niedenthal (Poland).

World Press photo 1986. People in the News, 2nd prize.

könnyekben tört ki a főtitkár amikor Leninre gondolt

#3. Computer controlled exercise at the Sport-Hochschule to  monitor breathing, endurance and muscle power. 1985, Cologne, West  Germany. Photo: Peter Ginter (Germany / Stern).  World Press Photo, 1985. Science & Technology stories, 2nd prize.

#3. Computer controlled exercise at the Sport-Hochschule to monitor breathing, endurance and muscle power. 1985, Cologne, West Germany. Photo: Peter Ginter (Germany / Stern). 

World Press Photo, 1985. Science & Technology stories, 2nd prize.

#2. Computer controlled exercise at the Sport-Hochschule to  monitor breathing, endurance and muscle power. 1985, Cologne, West  Germany. Photo: Peter Ginter (Germany / Stern).  World Press Photo, 1985. Science & Technology stories, 2nd prize.

#2. Computer controlled exercise at the Sport-Hochschule to monitor breathing, endurance and muscle power. 1985, Cologne, West Germany. Photo: Peter Ginter (Germany / Stern). 

World Press Photo, 1985. Science & Technology stories, 2nd prize.