Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 29, 2008

Pictures Of The Day,June 28

A volunteer participates during an open-day organised by UNICEF and the Syrian Red Crescent for Iraqi and Palestinian refugee children living in Syria, in Damascus June 28, 2008. The event was to celebrate International Children’s Day and World Refugee Day, which were held earlier this month.Reuters Pictures

A man unload bamboo poles in Kounchangon in Myanmar‘s Ayeyawady Delta on June 28, 2008. The Group of Eight foreign ministers called June 27 on Myanmar to lift all remaining restrictions on cyclone aid and to free political detainees including Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.Getty Images

A cyclone survivor collects a sack of relief rice from private donors in Kounchangon in Myanmar‘s Ayeyawady Delta on June 28, 2008. The Group of Eight foreign ministers called June 27 on Myanmar to lift all remaining restrictions on cyclone aid and to free political detainees including Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.Getty Images

Indonesian soldiers search for victims of a plane crash in Salak mountain in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia, Saturday, June 28, 2008. Rescuers spotted the wreckage of an Indonesian military plane that crashed into a jungle-clad mountain with 18 people onboard.Photo From AP

Indonesian soldiers recover victims of a plane crash at Salak mountain in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia, Saturday, June 28, 2008. Fifteen bodies were pulled from the wreckage of the Indonesian military plane that crashed into the jungle-clad mountain, a military official said Saturday. The fate of three others on board remained unknown.Photo From AP

A worker loads sharks onto a rickshaw in a fish port in Banyuwangi in Indonesia‘s East Java province June 28, 2008. A group of fisherman can catch about 4 to 8 tons of shark during a 15-day period out at sea, a fisherman said. Fishermen traditionally catch sharks during the months of July and August.Reuters Pictures

Members of the U.S.-backed Neighbourhood Patrol take to the streets during a protest demanding for the release of their leader and five other members who were arrested by the Iraqi army in northern Baghdad’s Adhamiya district June 28, 2008. An Iraqi army officer said the army arrested five members of the Neighbourhood Patrol and their leader on Thursday in connection to the kidnapping of five civilians in Adhamiya. The script on the placard reads: “Arresting Members of Awakening Council encourages violence in Iraq“.Reuters Pictures


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