Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 15, 2008

Pictures Of The Day Jun 15

Women chant slogans to protest the Muslim head scarf ban in universities, in Istanbul on June 15, 2008. Turkey’s top court on June 5 took a decision that annulled a law allowing women to wear Islamic headscarves at universities.Photo From Getty Images By AFP

A woman protests the Muslim head scarf ban in universities, in Istanbul on June 15, 2008. Turkey’s top court on June 5 took a decision that annulled a law allowing women to wear Islamic headscarves at universities.Photo From Getty Images By AFP

CHONGQING, CHINA – JUNE 15: A motor stalls on a flooded road on June 15, 2008 in Chongqing Municipality, China. Since June 6, torrential rains in China‘s southern provinces have killed 55 people, and forced the evacuation of more than a million residents.Photo:Getty Images

CHONGQING, CHINA – JUNE 15: Cars run on a flooded road on June 15, 2008 in Chongqing Municipality, China. Since June 6, torrential rains in China‘s southern provinces have killed 55 people, and forced the evacuation of more than a million residents.Photo: Getty Images

Hindu devotees pull an altar during a procession of the ‘Sri Kamadchi Ambal’ temple in Hamm June 15, 2008. The temple started its yearly 10-day festival on Sunday with a parade through the streets of Hamm.Photo: Reuters

A Hindu devotee carrying a “kavadi”, a kind of portable altar, is pictured during a procession of the ‘Sri Kamadchi Ambal’ temple in Hamm June 15, 2008. The temple started its yearly 10-day festival on Sunday with a parade through the streets of Hamm.Photo:Reuters

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice shakes hands with Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following a joint press conference at his headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah, on June 15, 2008. Rice said today that Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories must not block any final Middle East peace agreement.Photo From Getty Images By AFP

An elderly resident is carried by a Japan Ground Self-Defence Force member after being evacuated from an isolated village by a helicopter in Kurihara, northern Japan June 15, 2008. More than 1,000 rescue workers including troops searched on Sunday for a dozen people missing after a powerful earthquake rocked northern Japan, killing at least six and injuring over 200.Photo:Reuters

Mud and trees from a landslide triggered by Saturday’s powerful earthquake close a national road at Kurihara, northern Japan, on Sunday June 15, 2008. Soldiers fighting through a torrent of mud and rocks dug out three bodies at a hot spring Sunday, bringing the death toll from a magnitude 7.2-earthquake that hit the mountains of northern Japan to at least nine, with more than 200 injured.Photo:Reuters

The Mississippi River as seen from Burlington, Iowa June 15, 2008. Officials moved paintings, books and documents out of harm’s way on Sunday as record flooding in parts of the U.S. Midwest partly submerged the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City.Photo:Reuters

A volunteer watches as others unload sandbags to protect a levee in Gulf Port, Illinois June 15, 2008. Officials moved paintings, books and documents out of harm’s way on Sunday as record flooding in parts of the U.S. Midwest partly submerged the University of Iowa campus in Iowa City.Photo: Reuters

Participants watch a show of Hungarian street-fighter Balazs Herceg, alias ‘Mokus’ (Squirrel) at European park of Alsoors at the Balaton lake, on June 15, 2008 during the Ninth international Harley-Davidson meeting. Bikers attend the feast held on the shore of lake, where bike-builders’ shows, bikers’ competitions, air shows and rock concerts take place yearly.Photo: Getty Images

Participants watch a show of Hungarian street-fighter Balazs Herceg, alias ‘Mokus’ (Squirrel) at the European park of Alsoors at the Balaton lake, the biggest Hungarian lake, on June 15, 2008 during the 9th international Harley-Davidson meeting. Bikers attend the feast held on the shore of lake, where bike-builders’ shows, bikers’ competitions, air shows and rock concerts take place yearly.Photo:Getty Images

Citizens lay the petals within the sketches of a flower carpet in Genzano di Roma, south of Rome, on June 15, 2008, during the infiorata, a spectacular display of art made of flower petals.Photo: Getty Images

Iraqi army tanks take up positions on a road in Amara, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of Baghdad June 15, 2008. Iraq’s government beefed up army and police units in the southern city of Amara on Sunday for a new crackdown on Shi’ite militias, witnesses said.Photo: Reuters

Indian labourers plant paddy in a field at Ranga Reddy District, some 50 kilometers from Hyderabad on June 15, 2008 during the first rains from India’s annual monsoon crucial to millions of farmers and the health of the overall economy. The annual monsoon is an economic lifeline for 235 million farmers in India where 40 percent of arable land is irrigated.Photo:Getty Images

Ethnic Albanians in the village of Kondovo in Macedonia vote in a partial re-run of parliamentary elections June 15, 2008. The re-run, mainly in ethnic Albanian areas, was held under tight security as Macedonia tried to avoid the violence of the original poll that threatens to delay the country’s EU membership bid.Photo:Reuters

Police officers secure the voting area in a primary school in village of Celopek near the town of Tetovo on June 15, 2008. In three of the six election units in Macedonia today more than 160.000 voters in 187 polling stations should cast their ballots in the general elections. The polls in those places in the first run on June 1 were nullified due to irregularities and violence. The rerun of the elections in those places is a crucial test for Macedonia’s ability to join NATO and the EU.Photo:Getty Images

Chadian army troops pass in front of Irish troops from the European Union Force (EUFOR) patrol a day after heavy fighting in the eastern Chadian town of Gos Beida June 15, 2008. Irish EU troops patrolled eastern Chad’s Goz-Beida town and nearby refugee camps on Sunday after insurgents attacked the town in their latest offensive against Chadian President Idriss Deby. Irish troops protecting refugee camps as part of the European Union’s EUFOR mission in eastern Chad came under RPG fire during Saturday’s fighting, and returned “warning fire” against their unidentified attackers.Photo:Reuters

Irish troops from the European Union Force (EUFOR) patrol a day after heavy fighting in the eastern Chadian town of Gos Beida June 15, 2008. Irish EU troops patrolled eastern Chad’s Goz-Beida town and nearby refugee camps on Sunday after insurgents attacked the town in their latest offensive against Chadian President Idriss Deby. Irish troops protecting refugee camps as part of the European Union’s EUFOR mission in eastern Chad came under RPG fire during Saturday’s fighting, and returned “warning fire” against their unidentified attackers.Photo:Reuters

Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala steps down from the dais after reviewing the guard of honour at Narayanhiti Palace in Kathmandu June 15, 2008. Koirala, 83, attended the first public function ever organised inside the palace after the end of the monarchy, where senior Maoist leaders were also present for the first time.Photo:Reuters

Photo from Reuters Pictures

Photo from Reuters Pictures

Photo from Reuters Pictures

Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers patrol in the city of Kandahar on June 15, 2008. More than two dozen insurgents were killed in Afghanistan as security forces hunted for hundreds of militants who escaped from a prison after a brazen Taliban attack, police said. Afghan and international troops have been searching for more than 1,100 escapees who fled after the militant group blasted open the jail in the southern city of Kandahar late on June 13, killing several prison guards.Getty Images

Afghan policemen stand guard at the site of an attack on the main jail in Kandahar on June 15, 2008. More than two dozen insurgents were killed in Afghanistan as security forces hunted for hundreds of militants who escaped from a prison after a brazen Taliban attack, police said. Afghan and international troops have been searching for more than 1,100 escapees who fled after the militant group blasted open the jail in the southern city of Kandahar late on June 13, killing several prison guards.Getty Images

Turkey’s Nihat Kahveci (2ndL) celebrates his second goal with team mates during their Group A Euro 2008 soccer match against Czech Republic at Stade de Geneve stadium in Geneva June 15, 2008.Photo: Reuters

Brazil’s Gilberto Silva (R) fights for the ball with Paraguay’s Roque Santa Cruz during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match in Asuncion June 15, 2008.Photo: Reuters

Argentina’s Lionel Messi (L) and Ecuador’s Segundo Castillo fight for the ball during their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match at the Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires June 15, 2008.Photo:Reuters

French bullfighter Juan Bautista performs a pass on a bull during a bullfight in Madrid’s Las Ventas bullring June 15, 2008.Photo:Reuters


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