In Beijing, about 400 police stood guard
in Tiananmen Square, stopping passers-by, apparently at random, to question them.
A uniformed officer stood guard
outside the terraced property as forensic officers in white suits combed the property for clues and took photos.
They locked him in his office and stood guard
overnight demanding he stop the cuts.
The Jamaican Defence Force stood guard
at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
Armed police stood guard
at Coventry Magistrates' Court yesterday for the hearing which lasted more than four hours.
To the cheers of nationalist supporters, a car whisked Mehmet Ali Agca through the gates of the high-security prison as dozens of police officers stood guard
Palestinian security forces stood guard
as bulldozers were brought in to demolish Israeli homes.
While one of the gang, which struck in the Skegoniel area of north Belfast, stood guard
over the husband and wife, the others ransacked the property, making off with a sum of money.
Martin Boyce's Now I've Got Worry (Storage Unit), 1997 a beat-up Eames unit remade to incorporate makeshift signs redolent of the urban badlands, stood guard
inside the show's entrance like a disheveled and abstracted Cerberus, warning visitors to GO HOME THERE IS NOTHING 2.
One of the men stood guard
at the door while the other two emptied a display case by the window.
The halted train could be seen by drivers on the A1 who slowed to watch as two officers stood guard
on the footbridge.