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Tuesday Dec. 2: Our World In Pictures

December 2, 2014 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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ATLANTA — Student Pauses at AIDS Memorial Quilt Display: Student Christina Batipps browses over a display of AIDS memorial quilt panels on display as part of World AIDS Day at Emory University on Monday in Atlanta. World AIDS Day is marked on Dec. 1 every year to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS.

GRAND CENTRAL — Bride, Groom Lean Over East Balcony at Terminal: In this Aug. 8 photo, a bride and groom lean over the east balcony as they pose for a photograph in Grand Central Terminal in New York. Grand Central Station, known for its Beaux Arts architecture, is a tourist attraction, historic landmark and working train terminal, with hundreds of thousands of people streaming through daily. It’s also a common destination for wedding photos.

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MEXICO — Anarchist Tells Fellow Protester Not to Attack Coffee Shop: An anarchist protestor tells other anarchists not to attack a coffee shop where customers are huddled inside as the protestors broke windows and set fire to businesses following a largely peaceful demonstration in Mexico City on Monday. Protesters marched in several cities in Mexico on Monday to mark the second anniversary of President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration and demand the government find 43 students who disappeared at the hands of police.

FERGUSON — Woman Comforted During Opening Meeting of Ferguson Commission: Dell Taylor, right, is comforted by the Rev. Traci Blackmon, a member of the Ferguson Commission appointed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon, during the opening meeting of the commission at the Ferguson Community Center in Ferguson, Mo., on Monday. The 16-person panel was chosen by Missouri’s governor to help find long-term solutions after the Ferguson police shooting of an unarmed man.

LONDON — Harris Hawk Sits on Railing Near Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree: A Harris Hawk, used to deter pigeons sits on a railing in front of the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree in position with Nelson’s Column behind in London on Tuesday. The tree is a gift from the city of Oslo to the people of London in gratitude for Britain’s support for Norway during World War II. The tree lights will be officially turned on during a ceremony on Thursday.

ATLANTA — Ferguson Protests Continue Nationwide: Protesters hold up their hands while chanting “hands up don’t shoot” outside Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church where The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. preached, as U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks inside to members of the community during an interfaith service on Monday in Atlanta. Holder traveled to Atlanta to meet with law enforcement and community leaders for the first in a series of regional meetings around the country. The president asked Holder to set up the meetings in the wake of clashes between protesters and police in Ferguson, Mo.

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