Saturday, June 11, 2011

[kl-bogel] News week in photos (73 photos)

Washed away by floodwater from the cars in Wangmo County in the southwestern province of Guizhou. Prolonged downpours hit the province of Guizhou, which killed one person and another 15 were missing. (AP Photo / Xinhua, Huang Shilin)

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Lotus blossoms in a pond at the old Summer Palace in Beijing. (ADRIAN BRADSHAW / EPA)

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Sheep shearing on a farm Kilgram in the UK. (NIGEL RODDIS / Reuters)

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Fish processing plant worker in Dzhakrate, Indonesia, asleep, at the platform, which is dried fish. (Irwin Fedriansyah / Associated Press)

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Flash in the sun of medium size, small radioactive storm and spectacular coronal mass ejection. A huge cloud of particles grew like mushrooms, and fell as if half of the entire solar surface. As a result of ejection of matter flashing lights reached the Earth's magnetic field in the evening on June 8 or June 9. Living in high latitudes may see the Northern Lights in this period. (AP Photo / NASA)

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Corinne Viney shows her bakery at the Edinburgh College of Art. Students' work will be exhibited at the university campus, making college with the largest art gallery. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images)

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Firefighters at the site of a former factory Ellis Mills, burned in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. As a result, a large fire at a historic factory was evacuated to a lot of people, and hundreds more were left without electricity. (AP Photo / John Cetrino)

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Ron Krayevski from San Diego, California, with his son Ron Jr. Krayevski in a wheelchair cool during the heat under the cooking spray in Washington. In the United States a record jump in the heat, and the scale of the thermometer climbed to 32 degrees. (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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Bolton Museum worker with the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh, the son of Pharaoh Ramses II (1295-1186 BC) at a press conference event "in the quest for immortality in Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei. (AP Photo / Chiang Ying-ying)

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Demonstration unit at the U.S. Air Force «Thunderbirds F16» in Mihail Kogalniceanu, eastern Romania. (AP Photo / Vadim Ghirda)

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Two Japanese boys dressed as sailors flaunt in front of the girl before a performance in honor of World Oceans Day in Taipei. (AP Photo / Wally Santana)

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Libyan saved from scorching heat in Benghazi on the Mediterranean coast. (AP Photo / Rodrigo Abd)

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Camels drinking from a faucet near the damaged truck in a rural area Hadba, in Tripoli, Libya. (AP Photo / Ivan Sekretarev)

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Explosion smoke bombs near the South Korean army tank K-1 during the joint military maneuvers in South Korea and the U.S. Paio, near the demilitarized zone. (AP Photo / Ahn Young-joon)

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A wild elephant killed a guard in Mysore in the southern Indian state of Kamataka. Two wild elephants brutalized, and authorities were trying to lull them with a tranquilizer. Every year in India die hundreds of people, when wild animals are forced to look for food because of shrinking natural habitat areas begin to break into the city. (AP Photo)

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The three-day chicks trumpeter swan huddle together in a zoo Cleveland. Cleveland Zoo, and several other organizations have begun to resubmit swans, trumpeters in the wild in Ohio, where they originally lived before European settlers. As a result, these scraps will also be released at will. (AP Photo / Amy Sancetta)

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Horticultural greenhouses with the air in El Ejido, Spain. Spanish farmers, whose income fell sharply because of advertisements in media outbreaks of intestinal infections, ostentatiously dumped 40 tons of its products, to draw attention to their problem. (Denis Doyle / Bloomberg)

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The man on the line with buckets of water in Karachi, Pakistan. (Athar Hussain / Reuters)

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Mafioso D'Agneze Daniel (right) kisses another on the way to a prison in Naples, Italy. Some analysts believe that it is not just a kiss, but a kind of symbol which means "silence." (Controluce / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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Ammunition on the line at the company «BAE Systems Global Combat Systems Munitions Limited» in Crewe, England. (Phil Noble / Reuters)

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Girl shows biceps to ballet lessons at the National Theatre of Croatia in Split. (Matko Biljak / Reuters)

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Dead fish in the river Nilahue during a volcanic eruption Puyeue in Chile. Thousands of people evacuated after the eruption began on Saturday, and Argentina has been canceled most flights. (Carlos Succo / Associated Press)

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Workers unload Australian cows from a ship in Jakarta. Australia had temporarily suspended exports of cattle to Indonesia after the video was made ​​public, where the cows made ​​fun of by cutting their throats in a few places. (Adek Berry / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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The armed opposition in Taiz, Yemen. Hundreds of opposition members took control of the city. (Mohammed Huwais / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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The policeman stopped the defender of the environment Elise set in the image of Barbie is a bulldozer one block from the office of the company «Mattel» in El Segundo, where activists of Greenpeace boarded the 15-storey building and hung a huge banner protesting against the use by paper bags, which are produced from the Indonesian tropical forest trees. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

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Atsuto Uchida fights for the ball on the match between Japan against the Czech Republic in Yokohama. (Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press)

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Diver feeds a rare 4-meter whale shark during a rehearsal show at an aquarium in Yokohama. (YOSHIKAZU TSUNO / AFP)

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189-meter skyscraper HSB Turning Torso in Malmo, Sweden, against the backdrop of lightning. (JOHAN NILSSON / AFP)

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St. Bernards and employees to fund Barry's Pass Great Saint Bernard on his return from Martigny, Switzerland. Dogs spend the summer at the pass, and then return to Martigny at the end of the year. (AP Photo / Keystone / Jean-Christophe Bott)

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Seal pups in the pool at the plant breeding seals in Fridrihskuge, near the North Sea, northern Germany. The center reared baby seals have been left without mothers, for whatever reasons, and then released back into their natural habitats. (AP Photo / Heribert Proepper)

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Kilometer columns of smoke rising into the sky from the Wallow Fire, near Grieg, Arizona. The fire has already affected several hectares of forest and about 16 kilometers outside the city. Winds spread the fire at the speed of 12.9 miles a day. Forest fire began a week ago, possibly because no zatushennogo fire in the camp. (AP Photo / Ross D. Franklin)

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Ben Ainslie of Great Britain in action during the second day of the regatta of the National Academy of sailing in Ueymaute, England. (Photo by Clive Mason / Getty Images)

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An Afghan boy, who fled the country with his family because of military conflict on the way home in a suburb of Islamabad. (AP Photo / BKBangash)

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People on the streets, buried volcanic ash from the Chilean volcano Puyeue in Villa La Angostura, southern Argentina. Volcano Puyeue, sleeping for several years, began erupting in the south-central Chile. The wind blew the ashes across the Andes to Argentina, which had to shut down six airports, and tourist towns have been under huge layer of dust. (AP Photo / DyN)

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Ducks on a log at the edge of the Allegheny River in the heart of Pittsburgh. (AP Photo / Keith Srakocic)

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F/A-18C Hornet attack aircraft breaks the sound barrier next to the aircraft carrier Nimitz-class "Carl Vinson" during a demonstration of air power over the Pacific Ocean. (AP Photo / US Navy, Petty Officer 2nd Class James R. Evans)

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The Indian yogi-guru Baba Ramdev at a session of yoga with his followers in his ashram in Haridwar. TV star and a yogi-guru, who leads a demonstration against the corrupt Indian government, resumed a hunger strike. (AP Photo / Gurinder Osan)

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Lightning among funnel clouds north of Billings, Montana. Posts that funnel cloud touched ground in the area, was not. (AP / Billings Gazette, Paul Ruhter)

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Trader with a "showcase of plush toys for sale on the outskirts of Islamabad. (Muhammed Muheisen / Associated Press)

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Afghan girl named Persia transported by medical helicopter to a military hospital in Sanginov. Girl head injuries after falling from a truck, and my father brought her to the nearest U.S. military base, so that they took her to the hospital. (Anja Niedringhaus / Associated Press)

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Firefighters work out the situation to save people from attractions in Leipzig, Germany. (Jan Woitas / Zuma Press)

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Supporters of the tribal leader, Sheik Sadiq al-Ahmar inspect the damaged house of a leader in Sana'a, Yemen. Anti-government protesters demand to change the government and remove President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who left the country due to illness. (Ahmad Gharabli / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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Cleaner sweeps up at the warehouse in Konstantinovo. (Eduard Korniyenko / Reuters)

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Supporters of the guru Baba Ramdeva to yoga classes in Haridwar, India. (Manan Vatsyayana / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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Father Sergius blessed spacecraft Soyuz TMA-02M at the launch site of Baikonur cosmodrome. Ship with the three astronauts will depart the International Space Station on Wednesday. (Sergei Ilnitsky / European Pressphoto Agency)

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10-year-old brother, and two years of Ashfaq Farhaanom on flooded street in the slums of Mumbai. (Danish Siddiqui / Reuters)

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Actor Uilu Smith corrected his tie before filming a scene from the film "Men in Black 3. (Andrew Kelly / Reuters)

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South Korean Christian woman prays at a rally against the rule of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's Memorial Day in Seoul. Around 30,000 members of South Korean civilian conservative organizations gathered at a rally in memory of those killed in the Korean War. (Ahn Young-joon / Associated Press)

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Two of the three three-month striped hyena cubs in an enclosure orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. These poor little ladies left her mother, and they brought in a Kenyan orphanage Nairobi National Park. (AP Photo / Sayyid Azim)

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The former gymnast at Seattle University 23-year-old Heather Garcia trains on a log in the Park Golden Gardens. (AP Photo / Seattlepi.com, Joshua Trujillo)

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Caravan on the way to Mount Mingsha (mountain singing sands) during a traditional Chinese festival dragonbotov in Dunhuang, in northwestern Gansu Province. (AP Photo / Xinhua, Zhang Weixian)

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Rowers during the race on dragonbotah in Hong Kong. Festival dragonbotov passes over China, and the main activities are the race dragonbotah and eating tamales. (AP Photo / Vincent Yu)

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The boy on the attraction at an amusement park during the annual Chinese festival dragonbotov in Taipei. (AP Photo / Wally Santana)

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Two three-month baby cheetah in the wild animal orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya. These babes have left my mother in Tsavo East, south of Nairobi, and they were brought into the national park in Kenya. (AP Photo / Sayyid Azim)

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Dragonbota leader stretches to the finish check box during the annual race on dragonbotah in Taipei. Races to dragonbotah held in memory of Qu Yuan, ancient Chinese scholar, drowned in 277 BC during a protest against government corruption. (AP Photo / Wally Santana)

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Cambodian with a painted face in the image of a ghost, designed to save the village from evil spirits, takes part in the ceremony of prayer for rain in the season in the village Pring Ka-ek, 20 kilometers northwest of Phnom Penh. (AP Photo / Heng Sinith)

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The boy with the foam on a holiday in honor of the departure of the Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to Saudi Arabia for medical treatment. However, in the capital does not fall silent skirmishes in the conflict between government forces and demonstrators, which killed six people already. (Mohammed Al-Sayaghi/Associated Press)

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Drummer Irish Guards at a rehearsal in London. (Chris Helgren / Reuters)

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Girl with a cock dogging things after her family's hut was demolished, in Pasig, Philippines. (Bullit Marquez / Associated Press)

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Flood water rushing in Wangmo County in Guizhou Province, China. (Huang Shilin / Xinhua / Zuma Press)

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British veteran Gordon Smith is crying on the beach at Arromanches-les-Bains, France, during a ceremony honoring the 67 anniversary of the Normandy operation. (Kenzo Tribouillard / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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Volcanic lightning above the volcano 800 km south of Santiago, Chile. Authorities evacuated about 600 people in the radius of the eruption. On Sunday, the volcano fell asleep again, releasing on the eve of a charge of ash and forcing thousands to flee their homes. However, a cloud of soot still blackens the sky until Argentina. (AP Photo / Francisco Negroni, AgenciaUno)

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A pillar of smoke and volcanic lightning above the volcano Paihia, near Santiago, Chile. (AP Photo / Francisco Negroni, AgenciaUno)

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Female olive sunbirds feeding chicks Bunting, on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (AP Photo / Vincent Thian)

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Nepali boy hugging a tree during the event, which took place on the Day of protection of the environment in Kathmandu, Nepal. The event was organized under the slogan "Save the trees, save the Earth." It was also an attempt to set a world record for maximum number of people hugging trees. 879 people hugging trees within two minutes. (AP Photo / Niranjan Shrestha)

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Nepalis embraced the trees at the event during the Day of protection of wildlife in Kathmandu. (AP Photo / Niranjan Shrestha)

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Indian from the Navajo hoop dance performed at the festival Karl May's Radebeul, Germany. German writer Karl May, author of adventure novels, which takes place in the Wild West, lived and worked in Radebeul, a suburb of Dresden. (AP Photo / Jens Meyer)

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Installation of thousands of military helmets, Russian, German and American troops since World War II, similar to the turtles, created by French artist Rachid Keemun, on the beach at Omaha Kolvil-sur-Mer, western France, on the eve of the Day DA (AP Photo / Vincent Michel)

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Indian woman drinking water after washing in a filthy lake Hussain Sagar in Hyderabad. (AP Photo / Mahesh Kumar A.)

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Nick Skelton of Great Britain riding Carlo during a victory jump during a competition at the Swiss Grand Prix Longines of St. Gallen. (AP Photo / Keystone, Ennio Leanza)

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Ron Ruiz inserts mannequins mutants, which will be used to show video «Rage» exhibition in downtown Los Angeles, California. Exhibition entertainment electronics. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images)

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Kyle Walker is on a skateboard at the event «Vitamin Water Am Open» in the Cup «Maloof Money Cup» in the Park Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. (Photo by Jared Wickerham / Getty Images)

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Bangladeshi police arrested an activist of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party during the general strike in Dhaka. Schools and shops in the capital of Bangladesh were closed and traffic is blocked when the security forces tried to disperse a general strike. (AP Photo / Pavel Rahman)

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