July 22, 2011

Posted July 22nd, 2011 at 2:12 pm (UTC-4)
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"Norway Explosion"

1Victims receive treatment outside government buildings in central Oslo, Norway, following an explosion that tore open several buildings including the prime minister's office, shattering windows and covering the street with documents. (AP)

"Egypt Protest"

2An Egyptian protester shouts slogans at Tahrir Square, the focal point of the uprising, in Cairo. Protesters vowed they would not leave the square until temporary military rulers purge the remnants of Hosni Mubarak's deposed regime. (AP)

"Lebanon Palestinians Right to Return"
"Chile Students Demonstration"

3A student kicks a tear gas canister during a rally in Santiago. Tens of thousands of students marched in Chile's capital demanding changes in the state education system. (Reuters)

"India Moonsoon"

4A Muslim man walks hand in hand with children at a beach as monsoon clouds gather in Mumbai, India. (Reuters)

"Australia Wave"

5A huge wave breaks behind a surfer at Sydney's Deadman's Break, Australia. A complex low pressure system over the Tasman Sea caused large swells to hit the Sydney coastline, bringing waves in excess of 4 metres (13 feet). (Reuters)

"Nepal Wildlife Weaver Bird"

6A weaver bird makes its nest in Kathmandu, Nepal. Weavers, small passerine birds related to finches, are one of some 868 species of birds found in Nepal. The country's diverse topography and climate is home to more than 10 percent of the world's bird species. (AFP)

"South Korea Diver Sardines"

7A diver surrounded by sardines performs Taekwondo during a promotional diving performance for summer vacation visitors at the Coex Aquarium in Seoul, South Korea. The aquarium is running the dive performance daily during the summer season. (Reuters)

4 Responses to “July 22, 2011”

  1. antonio ferreira says:

    TRAGEDY AND BEAUTY.

    THANK YOU

  2. mkoichi says:

    Amazing man and fishes in underwater world

  3. ahsan says:

    beautifull amazing……

  4. Pradip Mukhopadhyay says:

    Terrorism has spoilt the World. There are so many ways to protest against the rulling Govt. or system, but it can not be accepted by the way of violence. All great leaders of the World have established their demand by Peace & Mercy. Still one great leader is alive in South Africa i.e. Nelson Mandella who has spent longest period in Jail. May be it is the outrage of young gerenation who does not know which culture is to be adopted in their coming future in one word absolutely goalless vision or they have grown up in violent atmoshphere, some how they have misguided and they should go under proper counselling except spending their golden time in Jail. Because they have also dream and ambition, they may also put in various types of creative job, bcoz there are also talent.

    I am an Indian and have studied history about Gandhi who is the Father of Nation of our Country who has assicinated but never left his judgement through complete peace. It is O.K. sometime he took wrong decision bcoz of other associates of Gandhi and he was scape goat, but his name is still written in Golden word in the heart of positive thinker people.

    Corruption & exploitation these are two are also major cause of violence bcoz everyone wants to have their meal with Golden Spoon by any cost which is not possible. It depends on merit, education, dedication, sincerety and hard work nothing could be achieved within short period.

    Thanks,

    P. K. Mukhopadhyay
    24/07/2011

    206/B, S. P. Mukherjee Road, 1st. Floor,
    Kolkata – 700 026, India.

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