[kl-bogel] Day in Photos, April 25, 2011

Today, our collection of images begins with Yemen, where women held a demonstration demanding the resignation of current President Ali Abdullah Saleh, youth, dressed in national costumes, according to an old Easter tradition of pouring water on the head girl in Slovakia; protesters against nuclear power plants are sent to the plant in Grafenrhaynfelde, and much more.

Day in Photos, April 23, 2011

(10 photos)

1. Sana, Yemen.
Five-year girl prays during a protest. On Monday, supporters of the President attacked the protesters, while dozens of people were injured.

2. Warsaw, Poland.
Soldiers taking part in the selection of a special police department for five days had to pass a long path through the woods, having a limited supply of food and water. Assess their physical and psychological capabilities.

3. Slovakia.
Young people dressed in national costumes, according to an old Easter tradition of pouring water on the girl's head. Washed girl symbolizes feminine beauty and fertility.

4. Grafenrhaynfeld, Germany.
Protesters against nuclear power plants are sent to the plant in Grafenrhaynfelde. On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident and after the accident at Japanese nuclear power plant Fukushima been several demonstrations in different cities of Germany.

5. Maranhão, Afghanistan.
Military Marine Corps soldiers discovered a field of poppy planted by a farmer Abdul Manana and his two sons. During the war, selling the crop to poppy fields is a major source of income for Afghan farmers, as well as a huge source of funding for Taliban troops.

6. Turkey.
In the photo participants of the ceremony in honor of the 96-year anniversary of the ANZAC, Remembrance Day Australians and New Zealanders who died in World War I at Gallipoli Peninsula (Turkey).

7. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Activists of Greenpeace discovered canisters with yellow smoke in front of the National Bank of Brazil to protest funding construction of nuclear power plants Angra Sh

8. Sendai, Japan.
High-speed train arrived at the station in Sendai. Route between Tokyo and Sendai was again resumed after the earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan on March 11 2011.

9. Stockholm, Sweden.
Flowering cherries have formed a shelter for travelers on the street chess in the park King's Garden.

10. Benghazi, Libya.
Libyan youth conducting exercises in the camp of protesters against the policy of the country's current leader Muammar Gaddafi.

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