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Oly 1960 Muhammad Ali Featured Print

Oly 1960 Muhammad Ali

photo date des annes 60 de l'ancien champion du monde de boxe dans la catgorie des poids lourds, Mohamed Ali (Cassius Clay). Mohamed Ali devint champion olympique des poids mi-lourds en 1960 puis champion du monde poids lourds pour la premire fois en fvrier 1964 contre Sonny Liston.
(Files) A picture dated from the 60's of the U.S. boxing champion Cassius Clay alia Muhammad Ali. He won the Olympic middle heavyweight gold medal in 1960 in Rome, aged 18, and the professional world heavyweight title for the first time in February 1964 against Sonny Liston. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / PIGISTE

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Us-Music-Guitar-Auction Featured Print

Us-Music-Guitar-Auction

Gibson Custom Art Deco L-5 Auburn on display during a press preview on February 24, 2016 of its upcoming celebrity Guitar auction at the Bohemian National Hall in New York.
The 225 lot auction will include extremely rare guitars from the likes of music legends such as Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, among many others. Guernseys will host this auction for the public on February 27. / AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. CLARY

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Files-Harley-Emissions-Cheating-Devices Featured Print

Files-Harley-Emissions-Cheating-Devices

(FILES) This file photo taken on February 2, 2009 shows a Harley-Davidson motorcycle displayed at a Harley-Davidson store in St. Paul, Minnesota.
US motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson on August 18, 2016 entered a $15 million settlement with US authorities who accused the company of making and selling illegal devices that increased air pollution from its bikes. The company, the iconic American manufacturer large and loud motorcycles, agreed to buy back and cease selling so-called "super tuners," which improved performance but increased hydrocarbon and nitrogen oxide emissions.
/ AFP PHOTO / AFP FILES / KAREN BLEIER

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