July 11, 2012

Posted July 11th, 2012 at 1:19 pm (UTC-4)
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India Agriculture

1Indian farmers plow a field in preparation for sowing cotton in Nani Kisol village, around 70 km from Ahmedabad. (AFP)

Mongolia Naadam Festival

2Mongolian artists in traditional costumes perform dance during the Naadam Festival opening ceremony at a stadium in Ulan Bator. Mongolians celebrate the anniversary of Genghis Khan’s march to the world conquest with the annual sporting festival. (AP)

Train Derailment Fire

3People watch the flames shoot up from a derailed freight train that derailed which burst into flames in Columbus Ohio, USA. (AP)

Lebanon Vendor Demonstration

4A vegetable and fruit vendor empties a crate containing apples along a street in the southern Lebanese port city of Sidon as some 160 market sellers protested against the new location that the municipality allocated to them to sell their goods. (AFP)

Washington National Gallery

5Visitors to the National Gallery of Art pass between the East and West Buildings via Multiverse, the largest and most complex light sculpture created by American artist Leo Villareal, in Washington, D.C., July 10, 2012. The work features approximately 41,000 computer-programmed LED nodes. (Reuters)

Bosnia Srebrenica

6Three women mourn beside the coffin of their relative at the Potocari memorial complex near Srebrenica, some 160 kilometers east of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Thousands gathered at the Potocari memorial complex for the mass burial of 520 bodies, marking the 17th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre. (AP)

Japan Australia Soccer

7Japan’s Mizuho Sakaguchi (L) and Australia’s Kathryn Gill (R) fight for the ball during their friendly soccer match at the National Stadium in Tokyo. (AFP)

England Stonehenge

8A lit spherical structure at the World Heritage site Stonehenge during an elemental Fire Garden display, which is part of the London 2012 Festival, in Salisbury, southern England, July 10, 2012 (Reuters)


One response to “July 11, 2012”

  1. sajjad says:

    A cruel image of “incredible” india.

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