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Tuesday November 14, Our World in Pictures

November 14, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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BANGLADESH — Crossing the River: In this Sunday photo, Rohingya Muslims aboard a makeshift raft made of plastic containers attempt to cross the Naf River from Myanmar into Bangladesh.

BRAZIL — Citizens Rally to Legalize Abortion: A woman holds up a sign that reads in Portuguese, “Against clandestine abortion,” to protest a recent congressional committee vote to make abortion illegal without exception nationwide in Rio de Janeiro on Monday. Abortion is currently allowed in cases of rape, a pregnancy that threatens a woman’s life or a fetus with anencephaly, but lawmakers adopted a measure that would remove those exceptions.

CZECH REPUBLIC — Zoo Breeds Endangered Subspecies: A cub of critically endangered Malayan tigers yawns in its enclosure at the zoo in Prague on Tuesday. Two cubs, a male and a female, were born on Oct. 3. So far, only two European zoos managed to breed this subspecies of tiger.

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GERMANY — Deer Graze: Fallow deer stand on a meadow as the sun rises near Frankfurt on Tuesday.

BELARUS — U.S. Wins Match: The U.S. team celebrates during the awarding ceremony after winning the Fed Cup final match against Belarus in Minsk on Sunday. The U.S defeated Belarus 3-2 and gained the Fed Cup title.

MANHATTAN — Stocks Suffer Low Opens: Trader Gregory Rowe, left, and specialist John McNierney work at the post that handles General Electric on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street as technology companies, banks and retailers sink.

VIETNAM — Trump Continues Asia Tour: U.S. President Donald Trump is seen in front of a statue of the late communist leader Ho Chi Minh as he and Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang witness a signing ceremony at the presidential palace in Hanoi on Sunday.

KASHMIR — City Buries Rebel: Villagers watch from the window of a residential house as people carry body of Ashiq Ahmed Bhat, a local rebel during his funeral in Palhalan on Tuesday. A pair of gunbattles have left three rebels and an Indian army soldier dead, police said.

PHILIPPINES – Protesters Versus Police: Protesters clash with police as the former try to march closer to the venue of the 31st ASEAN Summit and Related Summits which opens Monday, in Manila, Philippines. Twenty-one leaders from the ASEAN and their Dialogue Partners which included U.S. President Donald Trump, are on a two-day summit which is expected to discuss North Korea, South China Sea and other issues facing the region. 

PHILIPPINES – ASEAN-way Handshake: U.S. President Donald Trump, second from right, reacts as he does the “ASEAN-way handshake” with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, left, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, second from left, and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on stage during the opening ceremony at the ASEAN Summit at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Monday, in Manila, Philippines. Trump initially did the handshake incorrectly. Trump is on a five-country trip through Asia traveling to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. 

COLORADO – Referee on the Ground: New England Patriots linebacker Trevor Reilly (51) motions for help for umpire Jeff Rice (44) after Reilly accidentally hit him on a play during the second half of an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, in Denver. Rice left the game and was carted off the field. 

GERMANY – First Snow: First snow of the season covers wooden cottages in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Monday. 

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