Monday, December 7, 2009

{SamsoNgroup} Events in Pictures..
President Obama's personal aide Reggie Love peeks through a curtain as he waits for his boss to deliver remarks at a Democratic Campaign Committee dinner in Miami, Florida.
An Arabic translator blacks out selected images and news articles from a newspaper before detainees are permitted to read them inside the U.S. military prison inGuantanamo Bay, Cuba.
A Palestinian woman walks past Israeli policemen during clashes in Jerusalem's Old City.
An injured person is rushed to a hospital after an explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan. The blast claimed the lives of more than 100 people.
Indian camel herders drink their morning tea as they wait to sell or trade their animals at the Pushkar Mela livestock fair in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India.
Philippine Coast Guard personnel retrieve a dead 17-foot whale shark that was found by fishermen at the Manila Bay breakwater.
A 70-foot female blue whale that officials believe was struck by a ship is seen washed ashore on the coast near Fort Bragg, California.

A climate protester demonstrates outside the UK headquarters of British oil giant BPin central London.

Afghan men climb down from the diving board of an unfinished Soviet-era swimming pool, as the sun sets, in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Cuban students stand to attention as they listen to their national anthem on their first day back at school at Angela Landa elementary school in Old Havana.

Indian Sikh priest Jaswant Singh sits behind the Sikh holy book the Guru Granth Sahib inside The Golden Temple in Amritsar.

The Turkish Stars aerobatic team from the Turkish Air Force perform with supersonic NF-5 aircraft during a parade marking the 86th anniversary of Republic Day in Ankara

American Joel Waul leans on his rubber band ball - the biggest in the world - in the driveway of his home. He has spent the last six years making it

Japanese team Tokai Challenger celebrate their victory in the World Solar Challengein Adelaide

A villager walks through a partially dried reservoir in Yingtan, Jiangxi province

The cast of the Today Show dressed up as characters from Star Wars for their Halloween themed show.
A hunting bird catches a hare in Bokonbayevo, Kyrgyzstan, at the annual Salburun traditional hunting festival on the shores of lake Issyk-Kul.
Children peek out from a shanty atop graves in the Municipal Cemetery of Navotas, The Philippines.
Two participants build colorful designs with 4,800,000 dominoes in preparation for Domino Day in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.
A base jumper leaps backwards off the Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower in Malaysia. He is part of a group attempting to set a Guinness World Record by having 24 people base jump every hour for 24 hours from the giant tower.
A boy runs across a giant copy of the Mona Lisa in Wrexham, north Wales.

Men busy preparing quilts ahead of winter season, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

An Indian Construction worker lays building material at the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (SPM) Swimming Pool Complex Stadium in New Delhi , ahead of the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The four-yearly Commonwealth Games, featuring 71 teams from Commonwealth countries, are due to be held in the Indian capital 

A former Sri Lankan child soldier leans against a wall with a poster showing a child soldier in a classroom at a government rehabilitation center in the village of Ambepussa, about 60 kilometers (40 miles) northeast of capital Colombo, Sri Lanka. About 570 children are among an estimated 10,000 former rebels sent to rehabilitation centers after the 25-year war for a separate Tamil state ended in May. Tamils are an ethnic minority in Sri Lanka, an island country of 21 million people off the coast of India.

People appreciating Hassan Saleem's photography exhibition at Al Hamra Art Gallery, Lahore.

University students participate in a protest against the arrest and alleged torture of a journalist F.M.Masum by the Rapid Action Battalion, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Masum, who works for an English newspaper the New Age, was arrested by the RAB on Oct. 22, according to news reports. Banners read 'protest against torture on journalist,' 'demand proper punishment for those responsible for the incident'.

A monkey eating corn at Lahore Zoo.

An Italian soldier with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (IASF) asks an Afghan woman to stay on her turn at a local hospital, where U.S. medic soldiers give medicine for Afghan female patients at a local hospital in Gozara district of Herat province, west of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Kashmiri boats known as shikaras form the number 350, representing what scientists say is the safe upper limit for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, as they float information on Dal Lake in Srinagar, Indian–Administered Kashmir to kick off the International Day of Climate Action about global warming. Similar stunts actions are planned in some 4,000 locations in more than 170 countries across the globe to mark 50 days until world leaders meet in Copenhagen to thrash out a new climate change treaty.

Dancers from the eastern Indian state of Orissa perform during India Fashion Week inNew Delhi

A Pakistani man rides on his bicycle towards a market. The government has been urged to ensure supplies reach civilians who can not escape intensified fighting inSouth Waziristan

Pakistani soldiers fire mortars towards Taliban militant positions at the Sherwangi Tor village in South Waziristan

The camel festival held annually in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India attracts thousands of livestock dealers and tens of thousands of camels, horses, and cattle.

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