Thursday in photos

May 30: Oprah, Snooki, Chelsea Handler, Corpus Christi and Nova Scotia

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Archers of the Purbrook Bowmen, dressed in Tudor looking clothes, fire a volley of flaming arrows from Southsea Castle into The Solent, towards where the Mary Rose sank in 1545, at Portsmouth on the south coast of England, Thursday May 30, 2013. Henry VIII's flagship sank during a battle against the French navy and was raised from the seabed in 1982. The ceremony was one of the events to mark the opening of the new Mary Rose Museum at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. In the background, left, is one of the Solent Forts, and at right is part of the Isle Of Wight. (AP Photo /Chris Ison, PA)
Photo by Chris Ison
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In the community
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