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Monday Aug. 3, Our World In Pictures

August 3, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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RUSSIA — Gay Rights Activists Shunned and Ticketed: A gay rights activist stands with a rainbow flag in front of journalists during a protesting picket at Dvortsovaya (Palace) Square in St. Petersburg on Sunday, while an officer writes her a ticket. Several gay rights activists stood protesting against gay rights violations at Palace Square where Paratroopers’ Day was also being celebrated.

LONDON — Boy Admires T-Rex Model: Noah Wiles, 3, looks at a massive bronzed fiber glass model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex on display during a press preview at Christie’s auction rooms on Monday. The dinosaur, estimated to sell for 10,000-15,000 pounds ($14,000-$21,000), will be auctioned in the “Out of the Ordinary” sale on Sept. 10.

UKRAINE — Country Struggles amid Debt Crisis: A woman sells her belongings in a city flea market in an attempt to survive in a financial crisis in Kiev on Sunday. On Friday, Ukraine won approval from the International Monetary Fund for the next installment of its $17.5 billion bailout as the country tries to climb out of a recession and negotiate a debt restructuring with creditors.

KATHMANDU — Upcoming New Constitution Causes Riots: Hindu activists shout slogans against the government near the Nepalese Constituent Assembly Hall during a protest on Monday. The Hindu activists have been demanding that the country remain a Hindu nation in the new constitution.


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