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Monday Nov. 24: Our World In Pictures

November 24, 2014 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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ISRAEL — Waves Crash on Family at Pier: Waves hit family members on a pier at the old port of Jaffa, mixed Jewish-Arab part of Tel Aviv, Israel, on Saturday.

BROOKLYN — Daughter of Man Shot by Police Sits with Mother: Akaila Gurley, 2, daughter of Akai Gurley, is held by her mother Kimberly Michelle Ballinger, domestic partner of Gurley on Saturday in New York. Police have described a rookie officer’s shooting of Akai Gurley in a Brooklyn staircase Thursday as an apparent accident.

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FERGUSON — Protests Held in Anticipation of Police Officer’s Grand Jury Decision: Protesters hold signs on Saturday, along a stretch of road where violent protests occurred following the August shooting of unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo.  Ferguson and the St. Louis region are on edge in anticipation of the announcement by a grand jury whether to criminally charge Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

ALDEN — Woman Reacts After Seeing Snow-Crushed Home: Tami Diestler looks over the exterior of her collapsed home in on Cary Road in Alden, N.Y., on Sunday.

TENNESSEE — Volunteer Places AIDS Markers in Front of Church: Ellyn Daniel-Ross with Friends for Life hammers AIDS markers in front of First Baptist Church on East Parkway in Memphis, Tenn. First Baptist joins with Greater Lewis Street Missionary Baptist Church every year to cover the corners at Poplar and East Parkway with more than 3,000 ribbons to honor those who have died of HIV/AIDS in Memphis and Shelby County since 1985.

VIRGINIA — Protesters Chant Slogans Against Sexual Assault Silence: Protestors carry signs and chant slogans as they march along University Avenue on The Corner, a popular nighttime destination with bars and restaurants adjacent to the University of Virginia on Saturday night in Charlottesville, Va. The protest, the most well-attended of several throughout the day, was in response to the university’s reaction to an alleged sexual assault of a student revealed in a recent Rolling Stone article.


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