Brooklyn Boro

Friday Aug. 28, Our World In Pictures

August 28, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
AP Photo/Bill Haber, File
Share this:

NEW ORLEANS — Remembering Hurricane Katrina: In this Aug. 30, 2005 photo, a woman carries bottled water as she walks in oil-coated floodwaters. For photographer Bill Haber, Katrina wasn’t just a story — it was personal. Many of Haber’s family members lost their homes. During breaks from work he didn’t relax. He dealt with insurance companies, found a new place to live and made sure family members were OK.

GUATEMALA CITY — Students Call for President’s Resignation: National University students march to the National Palace to take part in a strike calling for the resignation of President Otto Perez Molina on Thursday. Pressure grew on the embattled leader to resign as business and government offices closed, and thousands marched to the plaza to take part in the national strike.

DAILY TOP BROOKLYN NEWS
News for those who live, work and play in Brooklyn and beyond

INDIA — Police Patrol Formerly Disruptive Area: A Central Reserve Police personnel patrols a road in Ahmadabad on Friday. Daily life is partly back to normal after communal clashes erupted in the west part of the country, as police and paramilitary forces tried to quell riots led by members of a farming caste demanding government benefits.

MINNESOTA — Baby Giraffe Stays Close to Mother: Clover stands with her 3-day old calf at the Como Zoo on Thursday in St. Paul, Minn. The yet-to-be named female giraffe was born Monday, Aug. 24.


Leave a Comment


Leave a Comment