24 tetor 2012

E Mërkurë, 24 Tetor 2012
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Germany Weather

Fog lies in the valleys behind an autumnally colored tree seen from the Schauinsland mountain in the black forest, southwestern Germany. (AP)

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23 Tetor 2012

E Martë, 23 Tetor 2012
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Bulgaria Breast Cancer Campaign

A man walks under a canopy of pink umbrellas on a street in downtown Sofia, Bulgaria. The art installation, that includes up to 400 umbrellas, is part of a campaign aiming at awareness, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. (Reuters)

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22 Tetor 2012

E Martë, 23 Tetor 2012
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india festival surat Navrati

Indian devotees take part in the Maha Aarti ritual at Hindu deity Umiya Mata temple on the eighth night of Navratri (nine nights) festival in Surat, India. (AP)

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20 Tetor 2012

E Shtunë, 20 Tetor 2012
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Luxembourg Royal Wedding

Luxembourg’s Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and his wife Princess Stephanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, leave the Notre-Dame Cathedral after their religious wedding service in Luxembourg. (Reuters)

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19 Tetor 2012

E Premte, 19 Tetor 2012
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Lebanon Blast

A car burns at the site of an explosion in Ashrafieh, east Beirut, Lebanon. A huge car bomb exploded in a street in central Beirut during rush hour, killing at least eight people and wounding about 80, witnesses and officials said. (Reuters)

Tanzania Unrest

A riot policeman runs across a street in front of a coconut barricade, placed there by protesters, during a riot in Zanzibar. Muslim protesters clashed with police in the Tanzanian capital and the semi-autonomous island of Zanzibar, raising religious tensions in the secular east African country. (Reuters)

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16 Tetor 2012

E Martë, 16 Tetor 2012
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Nigeria Floods

A vehicle is partially submerged in floodwater in the Patani community in Nigeria’s Delta state, October 15, 2012. Vast stretches of Africa’s most populous nation have been hit by floods in the past few weeks, as major rivers like the Niger, the continent’s third longest, burst their banks. (Reuters)

Germany Porsche Pavilion

The Porsche Pavilion inspired by the Porsche Panamera at Autostadt in in Wolfsburg, Germany, October 14, 2012. Porsche celebrated the opening of it’s Porsche Pavilion in early August. (Rowan Eva/VOA reader)

Afghanistan Economy

Afghan women and children work in an outdoor traditional factory extracting and preparing pinenuts for sale on the outskirts of Jalalabad. (AFP)

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15 Tetor 2012

E Hënë, 15 Tetor 2012
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US Pres Debate

Workers prepare the stage at Hofstra University during stage rehearsals for the second U.S. presidential debate on Tuesday in Hempstead, New York. (AFP)

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12 Tetor 2012

E Premte, 12 Tetor 2012
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US Presidential Election VP Debate

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden (R) and Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan chat at the conclusion of the vice presidential debate in Danville, Kentucky, October 11, 2012. (Reuters)

Pakistan Malala

Pakistani children pray for the recovery of 14-year-old schoolgirl Malala Yousufzai, who was shot by the Taliban for speaking out in support of education for women, during a candlelight vigil in Karachi. A military spokesman says Yousufzai is in ‘satisfactory’ condition but cautions that the next few days will be critical. (AP)

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10 Tetor 2012

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Bali Surfing

Quincey Davis, of Montauk, N.Y., competes in the Oakley World Pro Junior Championships surfing event in Bali, Indonesia. (AP/Association of Surfing Professionals)
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[caption id="attachment_9213" align="aligncenter" width="975"]Romania National Holocaust Remembrance Day A man carries a wreath inside the Holocaust memorial following National Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorations, Bucharest, Romania. About 280,000 Romanian Jews and 11,000 Romanian Roma, or Gypsies, were deported and killed during WWII when Romania was ruled by a pro-nazi regime. (AP)

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9 Tetor, 2012

E Martë, 09 Tetor 2012
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Greece Financial Crisis Merkel

Riot police fight with demonstrators during clashes in front of the parliament in Athens, Greece. (AP)

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