Afp Photographers Frame the Drama of 2014 from Conflict in Ukraine to Football in Brazil

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Afp Photographers Frame the Drama of 2014 from Conflict in Ukraine to Football in Brazil


Russia's Soyuz TMA–13M spacecraft – carrying the US, German and Russians who will crew the International Space Station – blasts off from the launch pad at Baikonur cosmodrome in the Kazakhstan desert in the early hours of May 29

Children play around a protester disguised as Batman at a favela in Rio. Residents of the slum, in the shadow of the famous Maracana stadium, were refusing to have their homes demolished as part of a project to renovate the district ahead of the World Cup in June

Aloitadores, or fighters, struggle with a wild horse during the Shearing of the Beasts festival in the Spanish village of Sabucedo in July. During the event, local men trim the manes of feral horses which live in the surrounding mountains

A poignant moment amid the turmoil in Syria as a man carries two young girls, both covered in dust, to safety following an air strike by government forces in the northern city of Aleppo in July.

The city of Valparaiso in Chile is engulfed in flames in April. Fifteen people died in the blaze which destroyed more than 2500 homes and left an estimated 11,000 people homeless.

A car is left propped upside down against a tree in Grabels, near Montpellier, after being washed away by flash floods which wreaked havoc on the French Riviera in October

Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi crashes out of the Formula 1 season opener in Melbourne, Australia, on his debut race with the Caterham team in March. …

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