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Five teenagers posed for a photo at Copco Lake in 1982 that started a tradition spanning 30 years. The men plan to keep posing for the photo every five years until they die. From left to right: John Wardlaw, Mark Rumer, Dallas Burney, John Molony and John Dickson.

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Lou Xiaoying has been praised in China for saving more than 30 abandoned babies over the years

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