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Costa Rican artist transforms trash into art

Costa Rican artist transforms trash into art

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Costa Rican sculptor Victor Quiros, poses with part of his collection of sculptures of clowns, made of newspapers and recycled plastic bags at his small workshop in Paraiso, Costa Rica August 19, 2017. — Reuters pic

Costa Rican artist transforms trash into art
Annual lucha libre pilgrimage in Mexico City

Annual lucha libre pilgrimage in Mexico City

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A Mexican wrestler known as Murder Clown sign autographs during the annual lucha libre pilgrimage to the Basilica of Our Lady Guadalupe in Mexico City Mexico August 18, 2017. — Reuters pic

Annual lucha libre pilgrimage in Mexico City
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

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Robots made from upcycled cardboard, cups and bolts from Rika, a design factory of recycled objects, are seen at their workshop in Lima, Peru August 17, 2017. — Reuters pic

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure
Tribute artists keep Elvis’ memory alive

Tribute artists keep Elvis’ memory alive

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Oskar Meglic, a retired butcher, impersonator and avid collector of Elvis Presley memorabilia, poses beside his collection inside his home in Vrtovce, Slovenia August 17, 2017. — Reuters pic

Tribute artists keep Elvis’ memory alive
KL Fashion Week 2017

KL Fashion Week 2017

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KL Fashion Week 2017 commenced today and will end on August 20. — Picture by Miera Zulyana

KL Fashion Week 2017
Elvis Presley is still The King to countless fans

Elvis Presley is still The King to countless fans

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Mourners gather to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the death of singer Elvis Presley at his former home of Graceland, in Memphis, Tennessee August 16, 2017. — Reuters pic

Elvis Presley is still The King to countless fans

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