Friday, June 3, 2011

[kl-bogel] News week in photos (64 photos)

Supporters of the largest ethnic Albanian party Democratic Union for Integration, waving
Albanian flags and torches at a campaign rally. (GEORGI LICOVSKI / European Pressphoto Agency)

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Victoria Azarenka of Belarus discourages supply Chinese woman Li Na during the quarterfinal match at Roland Garros tennis tournament, which is now in Paris. (REGIS DUVIGNAU / Reuters)

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Applicants for the title "Green Beret" during the first part of qualifying competitions for Volovschine in Belarus. Green Beret - a symbol of courage, honor and dignity of the servicemen of internal troops of the Republic of Belarus. . (TATYANA ZENKOVICH / EPA)

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Muscovites during the hot day in the fountain. (AP Photo / Misha Japaridze)

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Little Chinese girl floated on water in a large inflatable ball. The picture was taken in one of Beijing's parks in the International Children's Day. (AP Photo / Ng Han Guan)

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Worker washes the top of the skyscraper in Beijing. (AP Photo)

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Dancers from the troupe of circus "Eloise" at the media premiere of its program in Singapore. A Canadian company, known for its dance and acrobatic numbers, arrived in Singapore on a tour that will last a month. (AP Photo / Wong Maye-E)

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Hatter Aparicio Quispe is finalizing another his creation in his studio, which is located in the village Huarokondo, near Cuzco, Peru. (AP Photo / Esteban Felix)

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Girl with a book by the fountain, located near Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo / Richard Drew)

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Jim Dickson of the company «Superior Refinishing» prepares aluminum copy of the Statue of Liberty for painting. Statue of a lamp for the garden or yard. The picture was taken in the town of Pembroke, New York. (AP Photo / David Duprey)

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Little Afghan sorts plastic fly swatter at the Kabul market. Thousands of Afghan children forced to work in order to financially help their families. (AP Photo / Musadeq Sadeq)

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A trained monkey named amp participates in street performance in Jakarta. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti / Getty Images)

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Industka lights an oil lamp in the temple on the eve of Shani Jayant on the outskirts of Mumbai. (AP Photo / Rafiq Maqbool)

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Children playing in the foam on the Palace Square in St. Petersburg. (Kirill Kudryavtsev / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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Factory workers sorted watermelons in Almeria, Spain. (Denis Doyle / Getty Images)

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Tanker truck driving on the road in China's Shanxi Province. (Rooney Chen / Reuters)

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Little pushtunka peeps through the hole in the bag, closing the entrance to the house of her family in Peshawar, Pakistan. (Fayaz Aziz / Reuters)

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Aaron Foteringem doing a somersault in a wheelchair in time training before he took on the «Nitro Circus» in Pale, California. Foteringem, who was born with a defect of spine, is doing incredible stunts in a wheelchair and a huge slope. (AP Photo / Lenny Ignelzi)

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Chicks antlered feces, which is about 40 days in the park in Singapore. These chicks have been successfully grown using artificial incubation, but this kind of difficult to raise in captivity. Incubation was necessary, because in the past there have been cases where the parents ate their young. (AP Photo / Wong Maye-E)

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Cow on the background of stormy clouds above the chapel near Murnau, southern Germany. (AP Photo / Matthias Schrader)

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Indian woman with candles at the service in protest against corruption in Radzhhata, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi. Activists held a rally in support of the yoga guru Ramdeva and his call for hunger strike, which begins June 4 in an attempt to combat corruption. (AP Photo / Kevin Frayer)

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Rescuers on the ground bus overturned on a highway in Bowling Green, Virginia. Bus commercial flight descended from a line 95 in Virginia and rolled onto the roof, killing four people. (AP Photo / Steve Helber)

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Volunteers British rescue team, "Marine Life" Sperm Whale, who died after being dumped on the beach in Cleveland, England. Firefighters tried to rescue the sperm whale using hoses to water, but the animal died despite their efforts. (AP Photo / Owen Humphreys / PA Wire)

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South Korean prostitutes with painted faces in traditional attire at a rally against the law to ban prostitution in front of City Hall in Chuncheon. Hundreds of prostitutes have gathered to claim their rights shortly before the entry into force of the law, which may interfere with their activities. (AP Photo / Ahn Young-joon)

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Work at the Museum of the water in an exhibition entitled "My Universe - Home of the contemporary Chinese artist Zhang Bath, carried out in conjunction with the exhibition« Voyages »fashion brand Louis Vuitton in the National Museum of Chinese in Beijing. (AP Photo / Ng Han Guan)

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Visitors to the exhibition «Voyages» fashion brand Louis Vuitton in Beijing. (AP Photo / Ng Han Guan)

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NASA Space Shuttle «Endeavour» in the night of the earth and the sky docked to the ISS. After 20 years, 25 missions and more than 180 million kilometers in space, the famous NASA space shuttle went to the last flight to the International Space Station. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)

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Specializing in the cultivation of poppy Afghan farmers collect the opium from the flowers during a 10-day period of the crop in Faizabad, Afghanistan. According to the UN Division for drug trafficking and related crimes, the cultivation of poppy cultivation in Badakhshan region this season, doubled. (Photo by Paula Bronstein / Getty Images)

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Fire and smoke from the oil tanks at the docks Gibraltar. Cause of the explosion is not set, but hit two people. (AP Photo / Alicia Jimenez)

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Lights on the water at the beach park Ala Moana in Honolulu. Thousands of people let lanterns out to sea in memory of loved ones and relatives. (AP Photo / HONOULU STAR-ADVERTISER/Bruce Asato)

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13-year-old Ibrahim Obaid looks on film in the light from the window in Benghazi, Libya. Cathedral with two domes is a jewel of neoclassical style, created by Italian architect and built in the period from 1929 to 1939. It was empty when the Italians left the country for the next year, after Gadhafi came to power after the revolt of 1969. Here for some time the headquarters of the Arab Socialist Union. (AP Photo / Rodrigo Abd)

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Indian street kids in masks in the form of skulls during a day of smoking cessation in Calcutta. According to the World Health Organization, this year, tobacco will kill about 6 million people, including 600,000 non-smokers who die from passive smoking. (AP Photo / Sucheta Das)

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Indian bidis rolled, chopped tobacco in Prantizhe, near Himmatnagara, about 59 km north of Ahmedabad. Bidis are popular among poor Indians because they are much cheaper than conventional cigarettes. (AP Photo / Ajit Solanki)

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Indian cleaner windows on the ropes at work in New Delhi. (AP Photo / Kevin Frayer)

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Reflection of Pakistani trader in an aquarium at a roadside bin in Islamabad. (AP Photo / Anjum Naveed)

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Pakistani trader Nazir Khan parses electronic equipment for spare parts in the local market in Karachi. (AP Photo / Shakil Adil)

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The annual competition «Cheese-Rolling» rolling down the hill Coopers Hill in Gloucestershire, England. Official event canceled for security reasons, but an informal competition still went to all those who dared to take part in it. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland, PA)

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Players of FC «Swansea» tossed into the air manager Brendan Rodgers after defeating «Reading» in the final play-off at Wembley Stadium in London. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Getty Images)

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Colombian singer Shakira in concert in Barcelona, ​​which took place in the singer's world tour named "Tek saulužė ant." (AP Photo / Emilio Morenatti)

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A group of tourists under a piece of canopy during rainfall in central Athens. Greek authorities expect an influx of tourists this summer, which may help alleviate the economic crisis in the country. (AP Photo / Dimitri Messinis)

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Dancing Ethiopian Jews to agricultural parade in Jerusalem. (AP Photo / Tara Todras-Whitehill)

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Fishermen on the Dnieper River at sunset in Kiev. (AP Photo / Efrem Lukatsky)

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Workers cleaned the windows in Seoul. (AP Photo / Lee Jin-man)

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Campers having fun in the Red Sea in Naama Bay in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Tourists are gradually returning to a country battered revolution. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images)

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Water on the former site of a city street in the devastated earthquake and tsunami of March 11 near Kesennuma, the Japanese prefecture of Miyagi. (AP Photo / David Guttenfelder)

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Reflection of the people in the windows of the new office building in the city name on October 6 in Egypt. City named on October 6 was founded in 1979, and its name refers to military operations on Oct. 6, 1973 in the War of Egypt against Israel. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images)

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Bob Thornburg (left) with his brother Matt in the search for survivors of things on the ruins of the house where he lived by their brother Jean Thornburg and his mother Peggy, in Joplin. A week ago, a tornado swept through the city, destroying the hospital and hundreds of homes and causing the deaths of 139 people. (AP Photo / Charlie Riedel)

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Kesha Orbin lays the matter of a tornado damaged his mother's fabric store in Joplin. (AP Photo / Charlie Riedel)

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President Barack Obama (center) surrounded by high-ranking officials in the devastated area tornado Joplin, Missouri. Tornado pursuers wind speeds over 320 mph, is the record for most blown lives in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

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Tourist in the sun against the backdrop of Chephren Pyramid at Giza. Tourism only returned to the broken country of the demonstrations. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images)

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A migrant worker from India, sleeps on a tree with things in Allahabad. In most parts of northern India, the air temperature rose to 45 degrees Celsius. (AP Photo / Rajesh Kumar Singh)

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Indonesian activists in the mud from the volcano in Surabaya, Indonesia. Mud flows, which occur in Indonesian and international scientists have accused the oil and gas companies «Lapindo», which is developing next to the place runs here for five years, devastating the homes and businesses and causing physical and economic disadvantages. (AP Photo / Trisnadi)

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Drew Smith with the bike on a closed section of road Indian Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. Strong winds swept through the Coachella Valley at speeds up to 104 km / h, which had to close two major roads area. (AP Photo / Josh Edelson)

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Dolphin with a calf at the aquarium and entertainment complex in Yokohama, south-western Japan. (AP Photo / Itsuo Inouye)

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The annual motosleta «Rolling Thunder» against the backdrop of the Washington Monument on the National Mall on Memorial Day in Washington. (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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Visitors to the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington. Motorcyclists and bikers arrived in the U.S. capital for the annual event «Rolling Thunder» Day of Remembrance of wars. (AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana)

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American soldiers with candles on Memorial Day in Kabul. U.S. forces in Afghanistan held a service in honor of fallen soldiers. (AP Photo / Musadeq Sadeq)

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Children are among the rows of graves at the American cemetery and memorial in a suburb of Taguig, south of Manila, Philippines. In this cemetery are buried American soldiers of World War II. (AP Photo / Aaron Favila)

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Local chapters of the Niger Delta at the inauguration of Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan at the main parade in the Nigerian capital Abuja. Goodluck Jonathan ascended to the presidency for 4 years, and now he is faced with the problem of unification of the country affected by post-election violence, despite the fact that residents named the fairest elections in the past ten years. (AP Photo / Sunday Alamba)

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Workers collect Belyankov known in the area as bangus, after thousands of fish swimming in Lake Taal in Batangas province, south of Manila, Philippines. Public Affairs Bureau of Fisheries and Water Resources is investigating the cause of massive fish kills. (AP Photo / Bullit Marquez)

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Demonstrators at a general meeting at the Puerta del Sol in Madrid. Thousands of Spaniards continued to protest in the center of the Spanish capital, expressing a claim to political parties and the country's policy on the elimination of the economic crisis. One of the main issues of the meeting - to end or continue the demonstration. (AP Photo / Pedro Acosta)

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Passengers trains «East Lancashire Railway» during simulated travel 1940's in Bury, England. Passengers in period costumes 1940's will hold a weekend of the war period: to hold a modest evening with tea and dancing, visit the simulation demonstrations and battles. (Photo by Bethany Clarke / Getty Images)

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The annual marathon on Mount Everest at the start of the race in a camp in Nepal. This competition, held at the high altitudes of the Khumbu begins at an altitude of 5,363 m above sea level and ends at Namche Bazar at an altitude of 3,439 m above sea level. (AP Photo / Himalayan Expeditions)

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Truck with stolen things on the background of burning huts in the center of Abai, Sudan. Tens of thousands of Sudanese fleeing from the troubled north-southern region of Abay, and U.S. authorities warn about the beginning of a humanitarian crisis. (AP Photo / UNMIS, Stuart Price)

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