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Friday Sept. 4, Our World In Pictures

September 4, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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BUDAPEST — Streets Are Packed With Migrants: More than 150,000 people seeking to enter Europe have reached Hungary this year, most coming through the southern border with Serbia, and many apply for asylum but quickly try to leave for richer EU countries.

PORTUGAL — Elderly Graffiti Walls: Gilberto Jose Silva, 80, spray paints on a wall during a street graffiti workshop in Covilha on Wednesday. Some are hard of hearing or don’t see well, others complain about stiff joints, one is 101 years old, and all have become graffiti artists under a project to energize the elderly.

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CALIFORNIA — Giving Safety to Wildlife: This Feb. 9 file photo released by the National Park Service, taken from a remote camera in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, shows a female mountain lion identified as P-33. She is one of several mountain lions observed in and near urbanized areas in greater Los Angeles. A study released Wednesday says it’s feasible to build a wildlife corridor so mountain lions can cross a Southern California freeway safely and find new homes. The mountains are ringed by dense urban areas, making roaming difficult for animals. At least a dozen have been killed by traffic in the area since 2002.

PALESTINE — Woman Detained by Officer: An Israeli border police officer detains a woman during a protest against the expansion of the nearby Jewish settlement of Halamish, in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh on Friday.

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