Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 10, 2008

Pictures Of The Day,Jun 9

People’s Liberation Army soldiers guard the ruins of the Juyuan Middle School that collapsed during last month’s 7.9-magnitude earthquake killing around 280 children in the town of Juyuan near the city of Dujiangyan, 50 km (31 miles) north of Chengdu in Sichuan Province June 9, 2008. The Chinese government has sent out letters to hundreds of grieving parents that lost their children at Juyuan Middle School, saying that they would receive a compensation of around 15,000 yuan ($2,100) per child.Photo:Reuters

A farmer leads a buffalo beside Fujiang River, about 80km (50 miles) from the Tangjiashan quake lake in Miayang, Sichuan Province June 9, 2008. A lake created by the Chinese earthquake which threatens to unleash a devastating flood is still rising despite urgent efforts to drain the waters off safely, Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.Photo:Reuters

Zhao Deqin covers her mouth as a medical worker sprays disinfectant around her earthquake-damaged home and neighbourhood in the town of Juyuan near the city of Dujiangyan, 50 km (31 miles) north of Chengdu in Sichuan Province, June 9, 2008. The Chinese government has sent out letters to hundreds of grieving parents that lost their children at the Juyuan Middle School, saying that they would receive a compensation of around 15,000 yuan ($2,100) per child.Photo:Reuters

The homes of the Kubeniks (R) and the Pekars are damaged after a dam broke at man-made Lake Delton, Wisconsin June 9 2008. The dam, near the Wisconsin Dells resort area, broke on Monday, sweeping away some homes, as torrential rains caused more flooding across parts of the U.S. Midwest, authorities said. Three other homes were washed away, but all five properties were evacuated before the land washed out.Photo:Reuters

Pakistani political parties activists, lawyers and civil rights workers gather during a rally against President Pervez Musharraf in Karachi on June 9, 2008. Thousands of lawyers and other opponents of President Pervez Musharraf rallied in Karachi before starting a “long march” against the embattled Pakistani leader. The attorneys say they plan to travel through several major cities over the coming days, garnering support before staging a rally in the capital Islamabad on June 12 against the country’s US-backed leader.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Pakistani activists of the Baluchistan National Party (BNP) of nationalist leader Akhtar Mengal carry their weapons as they participate in a rally in Quetta on June 9, 2008. Pakistan’s new government freed Mengal a prominent ethnic Baluch leader and former chief minister of Baluchistan to promote reconciliation in the restive southwest of the country.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

An elderly survivor is seen in a village that was hit by Cyclone Nargis in the town of Dedaye in the Irrawaddy Delta, some 250 miles (400 kms) from Yangon on June 9, 2008. Cyclone Nargis left more than 133,000 people dead or missing when it pounded into Myanmar five weeks ago. The United Nations estimates that 2.4 million people need emergency aid, but that one million have yet to receive any foreign assistance whatsoever.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Black smoke is seen following a car bomb which targeted a passing Iraqi army patrol in the Karada Kharej in southern Baghdad on June 9, 2008. Three people were killed among them two army officers and twelve others were wounded. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

An Iraqi officer walks towards residents throwing water on their burnt out cars following a car bomb which targeted a passing Iraqi army patrol in the Karada Kharej area of southern Baghdad on June 9, 2008. Three people were killed among them two army officers and twelve others were wounded in the blast. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Iraqi army and police inspect the scene following a car bomb which targeted a passing Iraqi army patrol in the Karada Kharej area of southern Baghdad on June 9, 2008. Three people were killed among them two army officers and twelve others were wounded in the blast.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Filipino farmers march as they protest in Manila on June 9, 2008 calling for the implementation of a radical agrarian reform law. The country’s land reform law, which was intended to uplift the poverty-stricken farmers, expires on June 10 after 20 years while critics say the law has been poorly implemented and marred by corruption.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Indian police use batons during a protest by Kashmiri government employees against the recent oil price hike in Srinagar on June 9, 2008. The entire transport network in Kashmir came to a halt on June 9 following a state-wide four-day ‘wheel jam’ call given by the traders, business chamber and transporters to protest against the recent oil price hike. Police used water cannon against protestors and detained some twenty demonstrators. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Indian police arrest a Kashmiri government employee during a protest by Kashmiri government employees against the recent oil price hike in Srinagar on June 9, 2008. The entire transport network in Kashmir came to a halt on June 9 following a state-wide four-day ‘wheel jam’ call given by the traders, business chamber and transporters to protest against the recent oil price hike. Police used water cannon against protestors and detained some twenty demonstrators.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Claudia Huegel, Regional Director of Lufthansa passenger airlines talks to reporters during a press briefing in Singapore on June 9, 2008. German airline Lufthansa launched two direct routes from China and Singapore to Munich, despite soaring oil prices which have seen other airlines cutting routes and capacity. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (R), meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Tehran on June 9, 2008. Maliki, who lived in exile in Iran during Saddam’s dictatorship, is on his third visit to the country as prime minister. Ahmadinejad’s March visit to Iraq, the first by an Iranian president, was also hailed as a landmark in ties.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Pakistani lawyers and political parties activists sit on their vehicles during a rally against President Pervez Musharraf in Karachi on June 9, 2008. Thousands of Pakistani lawyers and other opponents of Musharraf embarked on a “long march” aimed at reinstating judges sacked by the embattled US-backed leader. Chanting “Go Musharraf, Go!”, the protesters gathered in the southern port city of Karachi and then set off to travel through several major towns on the way to a major demonstration in Islamabad on June 12.

Indonesian Muslims display a placard as they take part in demonstration in front of the presidential palace in Jakarta on June 9, 2008 to press the government to come out with a ban on a minority sect they deemed ‘deviant”. Some 5,000 protestors, mostly white clad and white-capped men as well as veiled women, filled one of the traffic lane in front of the palace while speakers took turn to demand the ban against the Ahmadiyah. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Indonesian Muslims take part in demonstration in front of the presidential palace in Jakarta on June 9, 2008 to press the government to come out with a ban on a minority sect they deemed ‘deviant”. Some 5,000 protestors, mostly white clad and white-capped men as well as veiled women, filled one of the traffic lane in front of the palace while speakers took turn to demand the ban against the Ahmadiyah.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

South Korean protesters wave candles during a candlelit vigil against US beef imports in Seoul on June 9, 2008. A South Korean man died in hospital on June 9 two weeks after setting himself ablaze in protest at a deal to resume US beef imports. Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Passengers waited at a bus stand during the four-day transportation strike in Jammu, the winter capital of Kashmir. Private transportation in Kashmir came to a halt after the statewide strike was called to protest higher fuel prices.Photo: Jaipal Singh/European Pressphoto Agency
Truck drivers began an indefinite strike over rocketing fuel prices at La Roca’s toll on AP-7 highway, near Barcelona, Spain. They were among 70,000 truck drivers who joined in the strike that blocked distribution centers and ports in their call for the government to establish a minimum haulage fee to counter a 35 percent rise in fuel costs over the past 12 months.Photo: Albert Gea/Reuters
Severe storms hit a number of states across the United States on Sunday and in Racine, Wis., a boat was partially submerged at the Belle Harbor Marina in the high waters of the Root River.Photo: Mark Hertzberg/Associated Press

BERNE, SWITZERLAND – JUNE 09: Wesley Sneijder of Netherlands celebrates scoring the Dutch second goal during the UEFA EURO 2008 Group C match between Netherlands and Italy at Stade de Suisse Wankdorf on June 9, 2008 in Berne, Switzerland.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Netherlands’ Ruud van Nistelrooy (C) celebrates with team mates after their Group C Euro 2008 soccer match victory over Italy at the Stade de Suisse Stadium in Bern, June 9, 2008.Photo from Getty Images by AFP

Netherlands’ players, from L-R, John Heitinga, Joris Mathijsen and Andre Ooijer celebrate as Italy’s Luca Toni (R) walks away carrying a Dutch football shirt after the Netherlands won their Group C Euro 2008 soccer match against Italy at the Stade de Suisse stadium in Bern, June 9, 2008.Photo from Getty Images by AFP


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