May 29, 2012

E Martë , 29 Maj 2012
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Egypt Election Unrest

1An Egyptian supporter walks on scattered electoral flyers with pictures of presidential runoff candidate Ahmed Shafiq in front of his ransacked campaign headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. A mob set fire late Monday to Shafiq's campaign headquarters, the first sign of unrest after the voting yielded divisive candidates. (AP)


Philippines Corona Convicted

2Protesters in Manila celebrate after hearing more than two-thirds of the Philippine Senate voted to oust Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona. The Senate voted to remove the country's top judge for failing to disclose his wealth, a landmark victory for President Benigno Aquino as he pushes a campaign to root out endemic corruption in the Southeast Asian nation. (Reuters)


Qatar Fire Deaths

3A Qatari man walks in a graveyard during a funeral procession in Doha. Qatar's interior ministry said at least 19 foreign nationals, including 13 children, were killed in a fire that ripped through the Villaggio Mall in Qatar Monday. (Reuters)


Barcelona Airport Strike

4A passenger stands at the check-in desks during a protest by the cleaning staff at Barcelona's airport.  Staff working for a company which has a contract with the airport demonstrated against pay and benefits cuts made by their employer. (Reuters)


Bejing Wedding Photo

5A newlywed couple waits for a wedding photo session at the Bund, a popular tourist destination in Shanghai, China. (AP)


Indonesia Volcano Mud

6A victim of the Lapindo mud volcano takes part in a theatrical performance on a retaining dike in Sidoarjo, East Java, Indonesia. Six years after it erupted from the well of a gas company linked to one of Indonesia's richest men, the mud volcano known as 'Lusi' is still spewing toxic sludge over Java's countryside. (AFP)


Naval Academy Graduation

7A formation of U.S. Navy Blue Angel fighter jets perform a flyover above graduating Midshipmen during the United States Naval Academy graduation and commissioning ceremonies in Annapolis, Maryland. (AP)

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