December 28, 2011

Posted December 28th, 2011 at 2:23 pm (UTC-4)

"North Korea Kim Jong Il The Funeral"

Mourners surround the hearse carrying the coffin of the late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il during his funeral procession through the streets of Pyongyang, North Korea. (AP Photo/Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service)

"Kyrgyzstan Crash Landing"

A Soviet-made Tupolev Tu-134 lies on its back in the snow after a crash landing at an airport in the southern city of Osh, Kyrgyzstan. (Reuters)

"Pakistan Daily Life"

Pakistani villagers travel on a horse-cart in the outskirts of Lahore. The World Bank said it would provide Pakistan with $5.5 billion in development aid over the next two years. (AFP)

"India Wave"

A man is drenched by a large wave during high tide as he cycles past at a fishing harbor in Chennai, India. The coastal districts in the state have been put on high alert in view of Cyclone Thane which is currently 350 km off the coast of Chennai and is likely to cross the coast on December 30, local media reported. (Reuters)

"China Export New Year"

Workers make red lanterns at a workshop in a village in Taizhou, in east China's Zhejiang province as they prepare to meet orders from overseas Chinese ahead of the lunar new year celebrations. (AFP)

"Slovenia Swans"

Swans feed on a piece of bread at a lake in Zbilje, Slovenia. (Reuters)

"Germany Weather"

Colored maple leaves are covered in snow in Oberstdorf, southern German. Temperatures fell below the freezing point in southern parts of the country. (AFP)


2 responses to “December 28, 2011”

  1. Isaiah Udo says:

    The Voice of America is an international outstanding broadcaster. These pictures are wonderful,keep it up

  2. Jason Starr says:

    Incredibly thought provoking images. It’s amazing how a single picture can cause such introspection and arouse such curiosity about other people, their homelands and the lives they lead. From that, natural comparisons to one’s own home, life, and lifestyle arise. Keep up the great work.

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