Sunday, May 8, 2011

[kl-bogel] Day In Photos, May 5, 2011

Today in Pictures from the famous news agencies you will see: Fair in Spain Dzuygandzhi temple, the most important cultural attractions, which reopened to tourists after the earthquake and tsunami of 11 March; strike against the government posts the UN in Sri Lanka, and much more.

Day In Photos, May 4, 2011

(12 photos)


1. Beijing, China: A man holding a cigar on a game of dominoes.

2. Washington, DC: Reporters listen to recorded news conference CIA director Leon Panetta after the announcement to members of Congress about the operation, during which killed Osama bin Laden.

3. Matsushima, Japan: A man reads the inscription carved on the stone near the temple Dzuygandzhi, the most important cultural attractions, which reopened to tourists after the earthquake and tsunami on 11 March.

4: New York, USA: Aretha Franklin during a concert in honor of 10 anniversary of the Candie's Foundation, which advocates for the prevention of teenage pregnancy and educational programs.

5. Seville, Spain: Women in traditional costumes Seville conversation during the first day of the April fair city.

6. Nangarhar, Afghanistan: Insects swarm around the light source near the satellite dish in Jalalabad.

7. Misurata, Libya: Wounded Libyans in the intensive care ward in a hospital surrounded by rebel-Hikma in the city.

8. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Political activists and Buddhist monks participate in a silent strike against the Government of the United Nations reports that during the civil Won Sri Lanka crimes committed by both sides: both the government and the Tamil Tigers.

9. Abbottabad, Pakistan: Local residents gather near the building where U.S. intelligence agencies had killed the leader of al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden.

10. Moscow, Russia: Soldiers march during a parade rehearsal for Victory Day.

11. Benghazi, Libya: Armed with a representative of one of the tribes in solidarity with the rebels against Muammar Gaddafi, participating in an antigovernment rally in the reference section of rebels.

12. New York, USA: a picture of one of the victims of terrorist attacks on Sept. 9 is attached to the fence Ground Zero, after it was announced that the leader of al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. intelligence agencies in Pakistan.


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