Monday, January 30, 2012

Photo News from around the World

Photo News

Photo News from round the World

1. A boy stands next to the police shields, while his mother is involved in anti-Israeli protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Jakarta. Demonstrators opposed to attacks by Israeli soldiers on a ship with humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip. (Beawiharta / Reuters)

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2. The Israeli worker stands in the truck with the scooters, which will go into Gaza. Israel allowed the import of goods, and Egypt temporarily lifted the blockade of Gaza to let humanitarian aid. (Oded Balilty / Associated Press)

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3. The failure of the soil under the plant in Guatemala after Hurricane Agatha, causing landslides, which resulted in over the weekend killed 179 people. (Luis Echeverria / Guatemala Presidency via Associated Press)

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4. Assault force preparing to attack the demonstrators in Kaeliche, South Africa. The protests started when authorities removed several booths toilets on city streets, and continue to flare up with renewed energy, heating up the general dissatisfaction with the major types of public services. (Rodger Bosch / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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5. The officers of the municipal police with the French words "I am not a target" on their clothes, during a demonstration in Marseille for ensuring the personal safety of the service. (Jean-Paul Pelissier / Reuters)

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6. Lawyers of Sheikh Salah Raeda pray before the arrival of heads of the North Branch of the court in Ashkelon, after his arrest on charges of involvement in the attack on a flotilla of Liberty, which killed 9 people. (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)

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7. Relatives cry at the funeral Erhan Terletme - one of the Turkish soldiers killed in a missile attack by Kurdish rebels military vehicle on a military base in southern Turkey. (Ibrahim Usta / Associated Press)

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8. Mourners leave the courthouse in Yong Zhou, Hunan Province, after a man, upset divorce, shot three judges, and wounded several more. Then 46-year-old security guard at the bank Joo Jung shot himself. (Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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9. Prison officials pass the presidential palace to celebrate the 47th anniversary of independence in Nairobi, Kenya. (Simon Maina / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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10. A man collects sand from the beach on the background of prolonged overcast skies on the outskirts of Kochi, India. (Sivaram V. / Reuters)

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11. The farmer examines a ruined house in Hami. Rising temperatures caused melting of the snows, which, in turn, caused flooding. (Polat / Xinhua / ZUMA Press)

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12. Member of the Party "Pheu Thai" Sataporn Maneerat masked "Red Shirts" holds slingshot at a meeting of Parliament in Bangkok. The Prime Minister of Thailand Abhisit Vetchachiva defended themselves against suggestions of a vote of no confidence, saying that an independent investigation should determine whether it exceeded the powers of the army to put an end to anti-government protests. (Narong Sangnak / European Pressphoto Agency)

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13. People are sailing on a boat on the contaminated waters of the channel Buriganga, near Dhaka. Saturday will be World Environment Day. (Pavel Rahman / Associated Press)

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14. Bosa Pestalik sew a flag to the fans at the factory in Pinneberg, Germany. June 11 in South Africa starts FIFA World Cup. (Heribert Proepper / Associated Press)

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15. The boy washes the watermelons in the channel before sending them to market in Jammu. (Channi Anand / Associated Press)

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16. The teacher throws the ball for children with cerebral palsy at a rehabilitation center in Jakarta. The clinic, founded in 1975, can accommodate about 30 patients simultaneously. (Beawiharta / Reuters)

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