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Place Year
Description
331 Lev_Sherstennikov_Yelena_Bonner_at_the_funera_921.jpg
Lev Sherstennikov

1989
Yelena Bonner at the funeral of her husband Andrei Sakharov. A brilliant physicist, Sakharov abandoned science to serve the cause of human rights. 'The conscience of his country' was one of the titles given to this Nobel laureate, whose sincerity was valued by friend and foe. In 1980 he was exiled to Gorky, but his return to Moscow in 1986 was triumphant. As a member of the new congress he continued to antagonize conservatives until his death, of a heart attack, at the age of 68.

332 Simon_Bruty_Captain_Atsushi_Ogagi_pays__923.jpg
Simon Bruty

Cambridge 1989
Captain Atsushi Ogagi pays the price of possession during a rugby match between the universities of Cambridge, UK, and Dashisha, Japan. At the Grange Road ground the English team beat their visitors 23-19.

333 Emile_Luider_A_group_of_children_watch_a_929.jpg
Emile Luider

Paris 1989
A group of children watch a three-dimensional film about marine life, which is so realistic that they are trying to catch the fish. The La Villette Museum of Science and Industry, created on the site of a slaughterhouse, is now especially popular with the younger generation.

334 P._Bourseiller_amp_A._de_W_The_loneliness_of_the_intr_930.jpg
P. Bourseiller & A. de Wildenberg

1989
The loneliness of the intrepid explorer, halfway up a wall of ice. This expedition explored the Inlandsis, the ice sheet covering 80 percent of Greenland.

335 Ivan_Kurtov_On_V-Day_Anatoly_Golimbievs_940.jpg
Ivan Kurtov

Leningrad 1989
On V-Day Anatoly Golimbievsky, a heavily decorated veteran who lost both legs in the Second World War, acknowledges the salute of four young sailors.

336 Joanne_Rathe_Two_weeks_after_the_city_al_947.jpg
Joanne Rathe

Johannesburg 1990
Two weeks after the city allowed blacks to travel on 'Whites Only' buses, blacks and whites wait for the same bus.

337 Mark_B._Peters_A_woman_desperately_tries_t_950.jpg
Mark B. Peters

Shanty Town 1990
A woman desperately tries to save what's her home.

338 Karim_Daher_Rebels_attack,_60_km_from_M_954.jpg
Karim Daher

Harbel 1990
Rebels attack, 60 km from Monrovia.

339 Frank_Fournier_An_abandoned_child_ravaged__960.jpg
Frank Fournier

1990
An abandoned child ravaged by Aids. Over a quarter of the children in Romanian orphanages are infected with Aids. The cause is a lack of clean needles and the practice of giving under-nourished children transfusions of blood untested for Aids contamination.

340 Lennart_Nilsson_The_moment_of_fertilization_1956.jpg
Lennart Nilsson

1990
The moment of fertilization, revealed by an ultra high scanning electron microscope. In the race to reach the egg cell, up to 500,000,000 human sperm set out on the perilous journey to the Fallopian tube, which only 100 to 150 sperm survive.

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