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epaselect

epaselect, a collection of epa's most relevant images based on visual appeal, newsworthiness or both, has been launched to accommodate the picture industry's ever-growing need to find the best pictures fast and efficiently.

epaselect-tagged images are automatically pushed to our regular subscribers at two hourly intervals via ftp. The photo selection spans all image categories ranging from economy, business and finance through to human interest, sports, arts, culture and entertainment.

Ukraine / Crimea Crisis

In November 2013 the Ukrainian goverment decided not to sign an association agreement with the European Union. This decision led to massive protests throughout the country. Kiev's Independence Square (also known as Maidan Nezalezhnosti) was at the center of the protests. The originally peaceful demonstrations against pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych turned into violence in February. Many people have been killed in street fighting. Interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko said that the Ukrainian police force has been given combat weapons for use in the civil unrest in Kiev.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Australia and New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge touched down in Wellington, New Zealand on 07 April for the start of their three-week tour Down Under, the Duchess smiling with 8-month-old Prince George in her arms. It is the first time the duchess has visited New Zealand and Australia and the first time Prince George has been on any official royal engagements overseas. The royals will be in New Zealand from 07 to 16 April and then in Australia until 25 April.