Saturday, July 16, 2011

[kl-bogel] News week in photos (69 photos)

Flutists around the fire during the celebration of Orange on July 12 Glenarme, Northern Ireland. On the night of July 12 in Belfast clashes between Catholics and Protestants on the eve of beginning a series of traditional parades Orange. Each year, residents of Northern Ireland Protestants celebrate the victory of July 12, 1690 British troops of King William III of Orange over the Catholic army of King James II at the Battle of the Boyne. (AP Photo / Paul Faith, PA)

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Passers-by on the background of lanterns during the annual festival at the Yasukuni shrine Mitama, Tokyo. Nearly three thousand lanterns are illuminated to soothe the souls of the dead during the four-day festival in the temple, where are buried more than 2.4 million people. (KIM KYUNG-HOON / Reuters)

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Spectators at the final of the open tournament golf in the UK Royal St. George's in Sandwich. (TOBY MELVILLE / Reuters)

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Girl (left) and boy orangutans of Borneo - the first of the species born in the Zoological and Botanical Gardens in Hong Kong, but the activists of societies for the protection of the environment require that children released into the wild. (AFP / Getty Images)

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Work puts skeins of thread on the machine at the factory «Axminster Carpets Ltd.» In Axminster, England. Prices for wool in the UK this year jumped by 35% compared with the past, only aggravating the situation on the market of other agricultural products - from cotton to grains. (Chris Ratcliffe / Bloomberg)

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The locals on railway tracks in Rawa Buyya, in the Indonesian province of West Java. They believe that the energy of the railway will help them recover from various illnesses. (ENNY NURAHENI / Reuters)

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Raquel Borges visits his paralyzed lion Eriel house vet, where he was treated in Sao Paulo. Brazil launched a major campaign via the website Facebook, to raise funds for treatment paralyzed animal. Borges has launched this campaign for three 140-pound lion, who can not use the legs due to illness, from which he had suffered spinal cord. (AP Photo / Andre Penn)

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Pakistani bulls on during the race on the outskirts of Islamabad. (AP Photo / Muhammed Muheisen)

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Somali refugees on the main road to the Somali border and refugee camps around Dadaab in Kenya. More than 11 million people continue to struggle with drought in the past few years. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

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Cycling peloton passes a field on podsolnuhovogo 11th stage of the Tour de France from Le Bleu Mina to Lavaura. (AP Photo / Christophe Ena)

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Tobacco farmers with huge cigarettes in protest against the decree on control of tobacco products at the presidential palace in Jakarta. Hundreds of farmers staged a protest, claiming that the law is to ban tobacco advertising and sponsorship, as well as a ban on smoking in public places and images of packs of cigarettes would lead to massive job losses, which could negatively affect tobacco farmers and their families in Indonesia occupying the third place for the consumption of tobacco products in the world. (AP Photo / Dita Alangkara)

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A bull jumps into the sea for a party of the festival "Bulls in the sea" in the eastern Spanish town of Denia. Bulls are taken back to land by boat. (AP Photo / Fernando Bustamante)

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Jake Bernstoun (left) and Adam Paris with a great flounce weighing over 29 kg and a height of two meters, at Primrose Hill in London on the eve of the World Championships in badminton, which will be held at the London Arena "Wembley" from 8 to 14 August. (AP Photo / David Parry / PA Wire)

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Miniature tea set by Faberge at Buckingham Palace in London. Tea set that belonged to Queen Alexandra, made ​​of gold and glazed. This mini-service will become part of a set of more than 100 units of the Russian jeweler and goldsmith Peter Carl Faberge, who will be on display during the summer opening of Buckingham Palace on 23 July. (AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth)

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A Pakistani vendor sleeps shoes of their goods in Quetta. (AP Photo)

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President Barack Obama, shakes prosthesis Sergeant Leroy Petri, during the presentation of his Medal of Honor White House for Afghanistan combat operation in 2008. (Charles Dharapak / Associated Press)

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Cyclists on the 11th stage of Tour de France. (Lionel Bonaventure / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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A pedestrian on the street in Newark, New Jersey, USA. (Julio Cortez / Associated Press)

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Working at the furnace at a steel plant in Hefee, the Chinese province of Anhui. In June, rates of Chinese imports of iron ore fell to 56 million tonnes, compared with 58 million in May. (JIANAN YU / REUTERS)

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Cuban in Havana against the wall of the cafeteria with bright pattern. (AFP / Getty Images)

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The boys dive into the water at the confluence of the Dream in Lake Ohrid in Struga, Macedonia, where the temperature rose to 40. (OGNEN TEOFILOVSKI / REUTERS

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Fans of Keith Karmikla dragged, rolled over the stadium railing in an attempt to catch the ball at the game in baseball in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. (David Kadlubowski / Arizona Republic)

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Pakistanis look at the bus window at the burned remains of another bus. Snapshot sdlaen on the highway on the outskirts of Islamabad. Pakistani police said that the explosion of a bus killed 10 people. The preliminary cause of the explosion - the fault of the gas cylinder. (Muhammed Muheisen / Associated Press)

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Employees of Indian w / d of clean derailed a passenger train near Bhatkuchi, 64 km west of Guwahati. Four car trains «Guwahati-Puri Express» derailed after an explosion. Killed dozens of people. (Anupam Nath / Associated Press)

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Tristan Shannon in the mud during the annual Mud Day in Westland, Michigan. For events of more than 200 tons of mixed soil and more than 75 thousand liters of water, mud turned to right. (AP Photo / Carlos Osorio)

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Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Cyril (background) is conducting a religious service at the cathedral in the Kremlin, St. Basil the Blessed on Red Square. Famous cathedral marks 450 years, and some of it will be opened after a 10-year restoration. (AP Photo / Alexander Zemlianichenko)

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The space shuttle "Atlantis" over the Bahamas before a perfect docking with the ISS. In the foreground is visible part of the Russian spacecraft, docked to the station. (AP Photo / NASA)

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Children in the mud during the annual Mud Day in Westland, Michigan. (AP Photo / Carlos Osorio)

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The girl on the town "ziplayne" over an area of Justin Herman to the building «Ferry» in the background in San Francisco. A trip to this "ziplayne" costs 29 bucks per person, cables, located at an altitude of 70 meters. Trips will last until the end of August. (AP Photo / Eric Risberg)

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A refugee in his "home" in Karachi. (Shakil Adil / Associated Press)

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Raduyuschiysya rebel weapons against the aircraft «Air Libya». Minister Ali Tarragon, as opposed to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has opened the way for air links between the capital city of Benghazi and the western rebel mountain regions. (Ammar Awad / Reuters)

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Pakistanis flee to collect oil from the tank tips over NATO near Chaman, along the border with Afghanistan. (Shah Khalid / Associated Press)

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The body of a 3-year Nasr Ahmed Gora prepared for burial in Dadaab, Kenya. The boy died of starvation. (Rebecca Blackwell / Associated Press)

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Scottish gymnasts jump from the fountain in the 14th World Gimnaestrade 2011 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The event, held every four years in different cities, starting July 10 and ends 16. (FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP / Getty Images)

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Rescuers returned to the place flooded cruise ship in the Kuibyshev on the Volga River Sea, not far from Kazan. Rescuers searched the waters of the river Volga in the hope of finding survivors after the sinking of the old overloaded ship "Bulgaria." At the moment, found the body of the dead 71, 10 of them - the children. (Misha Japaridze / Associated Press)

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Tourists in the columns of the temple to Zeus in Athens. Tourists flocked to sunny Greece, drawn by low prices for the weekend at the Aegean Sea. (JOHN KOLESIDIS / Reuters)

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A young man in the river Dambovita refreshed in the center of Bucharest. (BOGDAN CRISTEL / Reuters)

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A girl in a cowboy hat on the background of the Ferris wheel in Calgary, Canada. 10-day festival «Calgary Stampede» attracts over one million visitors, who can watch the annual rodeo in Canada, called "the greatest event in the open air in the world." (Photo by Mario Tama / Getty Images)

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20-year-old sergeant Rulberto Ohendismiranda looks at the photo of his 11-month-old son Marciano on a mobile phone in a military helicopter in Kunar province, Afghanistan. (AP Photo / David Goldman)

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Three lion presented to journalists in the Serengeti in Hodenhagen, Germany. (AP Photo / dapd / Nigel Treblin)

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Biennial Aden Salaad looks at her mother, bathed in a basin in the hospital organization "Doctors without Borders" in Dagaheli Camp in Dadaab, Kenya, where Aden is receiving treatment from the effects of malnutrition. Head of the UN refugee agency, Antonio Getrres said Sunday that the drought in Somalia - "the worst humanitarian disaster" in the world to learn what difficulties the refugees had to overcome to get to camp in Kenya. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

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Selling wooden masks Nepalese looks from the store not far from Durbar Square in Kathmandu Basantapur. (AP Photo / Niranjan Shrestha)

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Aerial view of the maze Harry Potter in York, England. Farmer Tom Pearcy vystrig two portraits of Harry Potter in his cornfield. These two pictures represent the world's largest image a la "find 10 differences". 50 meters in diameter, carved out of a million living maize cobs, York maze - the biggest "corn maze" in Europe and one of the largest in the world. (Photo by Bethany Clarke / Getty Images)

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Illuminate the fountain girl at the center of Milan. (AP Photo / Antonio Calann)

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Mike Cox puts a big fan and specially made ​​with water hoses for the comfort of thoroughbred horse named Master Charge of IT in the stables of Illinois at Springfield. The National Weather Service reported that heat moves from Georgia to Illinois and back to Oklahoma. (AP Photo / Seth Perlman)

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Premature infant to provide health care at Children's Hospital of Changsha, China Hunan Province. (Long Hongtao / Xinhua / Zuma Press)

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Muhammad Nawaz officer with an umbrella regulate traffic on the street on the outskirts of Islamabda, Pakistan. (Muhammed Muheisen / Associated Press)

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Porters rest of the carts in the old city of Jerusalem. (Amir Cohen / Reuters)

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Bosnian Muslim woman prays Omerovich Abid among the 600 graves in the cemetery near Srebrenica Potocari. July 11, in the 12th anniversary of the tragedy in the funeral ceremony was held Potocari for hundreds of victims of the Srebrenica massacre. (AP Photo / Amel Emric)

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Two women mourn at the coffin of a relative at the funeral mass, which resulted in the buried coffins with remains of 600 victims of the Srebrenica massacre, which occurred 16 years ago. (AP Photo / Marko Drobnjakovic)

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Reflection of the peloton in the river Allanon, near the village of Lempdes-sur-allanon to ninth stage of the cycling race Tour de France. (AP Photo / Christophe Ena)

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Here is the Spanish city of Pamplona in the morning after the fourth day of the festival of San Fermin, in which for eight days straight the historical center are runnings of the bulls. (Photo by Denis Doyle / Getty Images)

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Participants in the race with the bulls on the fifth day of the fiesta of San Fermin in Pamplona. The race passes through the historic center of town for eight days. This year's festival began on July 7. San Fermin praised by Ernest Hemingway in his novel 1926, "The Sun Also Rises." (Photo by Denis Doyle / Getty Images)

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Spanish matador bullfighting Rafaelillo on the festival of San Fermin in Pamplona. (AP Photo / Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

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Athletes Triathlon in the first stage in Rota, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images for Challenge Roth)

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The consequences of the accident a passenger train «Kalka Mail», derailed near the town of Fatepur in Uttar Pradesh, India. Full train was en route to New Delhi from Hovraha - station, near Calcutta, where his 12 cars and a steam chamber off the rails. Killed dozens of people, and over 100 injured. (AP Photo / Sanjay Kanojia)

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Malaysian activist of the "Coalition for Fair and Fair Elections" pour out of the hose during a rally in Kuala Lumpur. Police firing back with tear gas and arrested hundreds of activists, with more than 10 thousand people took to the streets of Malaysia's largest city, demanding reforms in the sphere of elections. (AP Photo / Lai Seng Sin)

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Buddhist monks in traditional masks and costumes in a two-day first day of the festival at Hemis monastery's oldest and largest Hemis Gompa in Ladakh region, near the town of Leh in India. Annual festival celebrate birthday of the founder of the monastery of Padmasambhava. (AP Photo / Dar Yasin)

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The monks look out the window on the first day of the festival at Hemis monastery's oldest and largest Gompa Hemis India. (AP Photo / Dar Yasin)

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Clinic staff to release turtles Goody - 47-pound-headed sea turtle in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Islamorada, Florida, USA. Reptile found on the shore six weeks earlier and was taken to hospital where she was diagnosed with infection and was treated with antibiotics. (AP Photo / Florida Keys News Bureau, Andy Newman)

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Aerobatic Team «Red Arrows» under thunderclouds at an annual air show in Yeovil, England. The annual festival in Somerset, attracts more than 35 thousand people, is the largest airshow in the region in which the viewers have a chance to watch airplanes, as well as historic and classic cars. (Photo by Matt Cardy / Getty Images)

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A resident of Southern Sudan, with coloring on the hands and face, waiting for their turn to join the dance during the celebration of the independence of the new state in Tel Aviv, Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Sunday that Israel recognizes the Southern Sudan as an independent state. (AP Photo / Ariel Schalit)

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People put the stones on the monument to the hundreds of Jews murdered by Polish neighbors, while the state and religious funeral services in honor of the 70th anniversary of the pogrom in Jedwabne, Poland. (AP Photo / Czarek Sokolowski)

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Pakistani girl smiling with melon, tailored to the nearest rubbish, the fruit market in Lahore. (AP Photo / KM Chaudary)

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Matthias Sempa (top) fights defender Kilian Wenger on traditional festival of wrestling, "Schwinge" in Reichenbach, Switzerland. (AP Photo / Keystone, Lukas Lehmann)

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A child from the tent of the Southern Somalia in Mogadishu. Thousands of people arrived in Mogadishu in the last couple of weeks in search of help, and their number is increasing every day due to lack of food and water. Humanitarian organizations are asked to tens of millions of dollars from donors to fight the drought that created the "triangle of hunger" on the borders of Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. (AP Photo / Mohamed Sheikh Nor)

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Cousin Mohammed rage in the dusty storm during the construction of tents around the spiked acacia wood on the outskirts of Dagahali Camp, Dadaab, Kenya. The family of 15 people took five days to arrive from home to Somalia to Kenya to escape the drought. They slept two nights in the open air under a tree until they were given a tent. Head of the UN for Refugees Antonio Guterres said that the drought in Somalia was "the worst humanitarian catastrophe in the world" after he learned about the unbearable difficulties that refugees had to overcome to get to Kenya. (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)

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The mother of the child watered in anticipation of food in the heart of humanitarian aid in a remote region of Somalia, affected by drought. Humanitarian organizations call upon the international community that it has provided political and financial support to combat the worst drought that swept the five countries Horn of Africa. (AP Photo / Luc van Kemenade)

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The boy is on the backs of buffaloes on the Tigris River in Baghdad, Iraq. Animals bathe every day, so they remain healthy and not overheated in the heat. (AP Photo / Karim Kadim)

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