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Day in pictures - 26 September
26 September 2013
Last updated at 11:10
Pictures from the news on 26 September 2013
Workers test the functions of a giant robot as they set up a robot exhibition in Anhui province in China. The exhibition, which opens to public on September 28, will feature 38 robots made mainly from car parts, ranging from 30cm to 3m high, local media reported.
The newly redeveloped rail station King's Cross Square opened in central London today and here are 15 living statues to greet travellers this morning. Can you spot any famous figures?
Fleet and spectator boats follow Sir Ben Ainslie and Oracle Team USA, as they celebrate an incredible win in the America's Cup, in San Francisco, USA. 8-1 down and staring defeat in the face, Oracle brought Sir Ben on as tactician, and then won eight races in a row to win 9-8.
In this photo taken with a fisheye lens and with long time exposure the Soyuz rocket and space ship blasts off from Kazakhstan carrying a new crew of three astronauts to the International Space Station.
It's that duck again. The 18-metre tall inflatable quacker sits on Lake Kunming at the historic Summer Palace in Beijing, China.
Designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, the duck will be displayed in 13 cities across 10 countries on its world tour.