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Tuesday Nov. 24, Our World In Pictures

November 24, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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BRUSSELS — City Takes Precaution: Police officers patrol the Grand Place on Tuesday. The lockdown has closed the capital’s subways and schools. Officials have recommended that popular shopping districts be shuttered and advised people to avoid public places since they could be targeted by terrorists.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — Officials Tour Mosque: Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, center, points out some of the highlights of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque as he takes U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on a tour of the mosque in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

HONOLULU — Man Looks Out at Ocean: In this Aug. 27 photo, a homeless man drinks water while sitting on the beach at Ala Moana Beach Park located near Waikiki. Homelessness in Hawaii has grown steadily in recent years, leaving the state with the nation’s highest rate of homeless people per capita.

MISSOURI — City Makes Strides: This Nov. 25, 2014 aerial photo shows fires burning in Ferguson in the foreground, with the St. Louis skyline in the distance. A year after parts of Ferguson burned due to the anger that followed a grand jury’s decision not to prosecute the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown, there are signs of hope. Some businesses are back in operation, barricades are down and the two-thirds black suburb led almost exclusively by whites a year ago now has a black voice in city government.


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