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We’ve all heard the saying that “A picture is worth a thousand words,” but what exactly does it mean? Some historical events are so incredibly strange, beautiful, unnerving, or unusual, you’ll probably never read about them in the history books. Such are the photos in the following gallery–you’ll need to see them to believe the events they depict actually took place.
Sometimes all it takes is a single photo to open people’s eyes about what’s going on in the world around them. The following photos will evoke your curiosity and enlighten you about the incredible world we all live in.

Steve Martin Has to Leave Johnny Carson, Funniest Moments

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Steve Martin tells Johnny Carson he has to leave on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” in 1978. One of the funniest moments on the Johnny Carson show! More Steve Martin on Johnny Carson’s show

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Egypt – Agreement Signed, Egypt – Palestinian Police Leave For Gaza, West Bank – Israelis Hand Over

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(14 May 1994) W066549
Egypt – Agreement Signed
Cairo, Egypt – 4-5 May 1994
PLO leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin signed a historic agreement on limited Palestinian self-rule for Gaza and Jericho at a glittering ceremony in Cairo. Arafat signed the 200-page document first on an ornate marble-top table before 2,500 foreign dignitaries and Egyptian celebrities.
Wide shot of group on stage
Pan of group
PLO Yasser Arafat walking over to books
Arafat signing
Rabin signing
Rabin and Arafat shaking hands
Rabin to podium
Rabin sot on the remaining problems of the Middle East situations and to overcome 100 years of animosity and bloodshed
Egypt – Palestinian Police Leave For Gaza
Rafiah, Egypt – 7 May 1994
Hundreds of members of the new Palestinian police force left their Egyptian training camp for duty in Gaza. They were the vanguard of an Arab security force that will replace Israelis as law enforcers in the newly declared autonomous zone.
WS of police force standing in line
CU police commander
MS commander with force in background
Cheering police showing v-sign
Trucks driving past
West Bank – Israelis Hand Over Jericho
Jericho – 13 May 1994
Israel handed over Jericho to jubilant Palestinian police, its first withdrawal from the West Bank in 27 years of occupation. Seven busloads of Palestinian police crossed the Jordan River at the Allenby bridge to take control of the town. By mid-morning, the Israeli army had turned over all 20 government offices as well as the main military headquarters to the Palestinian army, now known as the Palestinian National Security Forces.
Early morning scenes of palestinian police and local people, with hugs and embraces, as old Israeli police station is handed over
Policeman holds up gun
Day shot of Palestinian flag over police station
Gaza – Palestinian Takeover Celebrated
Jabaliya, Gaza Strip – 14 May 1994
The Palestinian police force took over three Israeli army installations in Jabaliya refugee camp and a fourth one in Gaza city, marking the beginning of Palestinian control over the city. Hundreds of people were waiting for the police force as they walked through the police station in Gaza and the military command of the Israeli army in the Jabaliya refugee camp. The event had particular significance because Jabaliya was the birthplace of the Intifada, the Palestinian campaign to expel Israeli troops from the occupied territories.
Army antenna with Palestinian on top hoisting the national flag
People cheering
Happy people distribute sweets among others
Women and children with guns
Policeman with Palestinian flag

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