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- 12/08/14--06:00: _Support for Modi
- 12/12/14--03:00: _Christmas star
- 12/15/14--05:00: _Reoccupying Hong Kong
- 12/16/14--03:00: _Sydney pays it’s re...
- 12/16/14--05:00: _Undercover miner
- 12/22/14--09:00: _Remembering the 198...
- 12/23/14--07:00: _Tsunami possessions
- 11/11/14--06:00: _Autumn sun in Germany
- 11/13/14--04:30: _3d comet landing
- 11/14/14--05:00: _Obama meets Aung Sa...
- 11/17/14--04:00: _A selfie with Brad ...
- 11/18/14--04:00: _Jerusalem attack
- 11/19/14--10:00: _23 inch nails
- 11/20/14--03:00: _Sunset at Orange Beach
- 11/26/14--08:00: _Chile’s bright star...
- 12/01/14--06:00: _Grounded in Frankfurt
- 12/01/14--11:00: _Our Journey
- 01/16/15--04:00: _Skating along the r...
- 01/26/15--03:30: _Victory for Tsipras
- 01/28/15--04:30: _A car bonnet sale
- 12/08/14--06:00: Support for Modi
- 12/12/14--03:00: Christmas star
- 12/15/14--05:00: Reoccupying Hong Kong
- 12/16/14--03:00: Sydney pays it’s respects
- 12/16/14--05:00: Undercover miner
- 12/22/14--09:00: Remembering the 1989 revolution
- 12/23/14--07:00: Tsunami possessions
- 11/11/14--06:00: Autumn sun in Germany
- 11/13/14--04:30: 3d comet landing
- 11/14/14--05:00: Obama meets Aung San Suu Kyi
- 11/17/14--04:00: A selfie with Brad Pitt
- 11/18/14--04:00: Jerusalem attack
- 11/19/14--10:00: 23 inch nails
- 11/20/14--03:00: Sunset at Orange Beach
- 11/26/14--08:00: Chile’s bright star cluster
- 12/01/14--06:00: Grounded in Frankfurt
- 12/01/14--11:00: Our Journey
- 01/16/15--04:00: Skating along the river Han
- 01/26/15--03:30: Victory for Tsipras
- 01/28/15--04:30: A car bonnet sale
Indian supporters of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party shout slogans as they listen to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (unseen) during an election campaign rally in Vijaypur.
A Christmas star on top of a sales booth is pictured against the colorful morning sky at the Christmas market in Dresden, eastern Germany
Traffic resumes after the last Occupy protest site is cleared at a retail district in Hong Kong. The authorities arrested several pro-democracy activists on Monday as they cleared the last of three protest sites, marking the end of the demonstrations that have blocked the city’s streets for more than two months.
A man places flowers as a mark of respect for the victims of Martin Place siege today in Sydney, Australia. Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis, was shot dead by police in the early hours of Tuesday morning after taking hostages at the Lindt Chocolat Cafe in Martin Place. Two other people died, 33-year-old cafe manager Tori Johnson and 38-year-old Sydney barrister Katrina Dawson. Six people have been injured and have been taken to hospital.
A miner emerges from an illegal coal mine near the Bosnian town of Vitez yesterday. For the past four years, war veteran Ramiz Rizvic with his son and some family members, have been extracting coal from this illegal and unsafe mine using primitive and makeshift tools. Each of the workers earns the equivalent of $12 for a 12 hour shift at 200 meters (655 ft) deep. They sell each 50 kg (110 lb) sack of their coal for about 4$. High unemployment levels in the former Yugoslavian republic has helped the proliferation of this kind of illegal mining.
Romanian Honor Guard soldiers pay respects to the victims of the 1989 revolution during a commemoration ceremony held at Heroes of the Revolution Memorial, in central Bucharest, Romania. Romanians these days pay their respect to the 1989 activists who took to the streets 25 years ago, taking part at the revolution that toppled Eastern Europe’s most repressive communist regime. More than 1,000 people were killed across Romania during clashes between demonstrators and forces loyal to then dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
Personal possessions of 2004 tsunami victims are arranged to be photographed outside a police station in Takua Pa, in Phang Nga province. Thai police opened a shipping container filled with documents and possessions of victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami after being asked by Reuters news agency for permission to film its contents
Autumn sun rises over the river Leine and surrounding landscape in Neustadt am Rübenberge, Germany
French National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) president Jean-Yves Le Gall, French President Francois Hollande and former French astronaut Claudie Haignere wear 3D glasses during a visit at the Cite des Sciences at La Villette in Paris as they follow the successful landing of the Philae lander on comet 67P.
US President Barack Obama and Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi greet each other at her house in Yangon, Myanmar.
Movie star Brad Pitt poses for a photo for a fan at the world premiere of ‘Unbroken’ in Sydney, Australia
An Israeli police officer gestures as he holds a weapon near the scene of an attack at a Jerusalem synagogue. Two suspected Palestinian men armed with axes and knives killed four people on Tuesday before being shot dead by police
Ayanna Williams displays her 23 inch (58 centimeter) nails at a book launch in London. The 56 year old stars in a book entitled ‘Ripley’s Believe it or Not! 2015 Annual, Reality Shock’, a compendium of strange but true facts and stories.
A blue herring walks along the beach at sunset in Orange Beach Alabama.
A bright star cluster (NGC 3532) captured by telescope at the La Silla Observatory in Chile, run by the European Southern Observatory. Some of the stars still shine with a hot bluish colour, but many of the larger ones glow with a rich orange hue
A plane of German flagship carrier Lufthansa is parked on tarmac in Frankfurt’s airport on Monday. Lufthansa cancelled 1,350 flights, or 48 percent of scheduled services, for Monday and Tuesday as its pilots prepared to go on strike, their ninth walkout this year. The cancelled short-, medium- and long-haul flights will affect 150,000 passengers and wipe another single-digit million euro sum off the airline’s earnings, according to analyst estimates.
Emirati boys stand in front of government-sanctioned graffiti entitled “Our Journey,” which marks the United Arab Emirates‘ 43rd National Day, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Guinness World Records on Sunday announced that the 2,245-meter (2,455-yard) artwork would be entered into its record book.
A skateboarder passes alongside the Han river at dusk in Seoul. South Korea‘s central bank slashed its 2015 economic growth forecast and kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a record low amid growing concerns of deflation.
Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras greets supporters in Athens after victory in the Greece’s election. The leftwing Syriza party won after campaigning on a pledge to renegotiate the country’s international bailout and reverse years of spending cuts and painful economic reforms
Vendors sell clothes on the roadside at a second-hand street side clothing market in Mumbai. The market is open daily for three hours and hundreds of vendors gather to barter or sell used clothing.