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Thursday Oct. 15, Our World In Pictures

October 15, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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NORTH KOREA — Masses Celebrate Anniversary: Military officers salute during the playing of the national anthem before a joint performance by the Moranbong band and the State Merited Chorus in Pyongyang on Sunday. The performance was part of the 70th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party.

ISTANBUL — Funeral Held for Victims: A mourner holds a picture of Serdar Ben, 33, one of the victims of the Oct. 10 bombings in Ankara, during his funeral on Thursday. The banner reads: ‘ Communist Revolutionary Serdar Ben is immortal.’ The twin explosions in the capital ripped through a crowd of activists rallying for increased democracy and an end to violence between Kurdish rebels and Turkish security forces. It was the country’s deadliest attack in years.

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BARCELONA — People Maintain Support: Regional acting President Artur Mas, center, waves to the crowd as he arrives at the Catalonia’s high court on Thursday. Thousands of people are rallying outside the court in support of Mas, who has arrived for questioning over the staging of a symbolic referendum on secession from Spain last year.

VIRGINIA — U.S. Welcomes Foreign Leader: South Korean President Park Geun-hye reviews the troops during a full military honors parade to welcome her on Thursday at the Pentagon. The president was scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama at the White House Friday.

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