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Tuesday November 28, Our World in Pictures

November 28, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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CALIFORNIA — Fire Department Rescues Horse: A Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter carries a horse to Bowen Ranch in rural Apple Valley on Monday. San Bernardino County firefighters, with assistance from the LAFD helicopter, rescued the horse from Deep Creek.

KENYA — President is Sworn In: In this Tuesday photo, a woman begs for mercy during clashes between rock-throwing supporters of President Uhuru Kenyatta and police at his inauguration ceremony after they tried to storm through gates to get in to Kasarani stadium in Nairobi and were tear-gassed. Kenyatta was sworn in on Tuesday, ending a monthslong election drama that saw the first vote nullified by the country’s top court and the second boycotted by the opposition.

INDONESIA — Volcano Erupts: Tourists watch as Mount Agung volcano erupts from a temple in Karangasem on Monday. Authorities raised the alert for the rumbling volcano to the highest level and closed the international airport on Bali, stranding thousands of travelers.

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THAILAND — Waiting for the Train: In this Tuesday photo, a Buddhist monk waits on a train platform at the Hua Lampong railway station in Bangkok.

NEW YORK — Skaters Compete: Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier, both of the United States, perform at Skate America on Saturday in Lake Placid.

SPAIN — Standing Against Violence: A woman shouts slogans as she marches with others during a protest against violence against women to commemorate the  International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women in Madrid on Saturday. The sign reads, “Let’s fly we are butterflies.”

MYANMAR — Pope Continues South Asian Tour: Pope Francis shakes hands with Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Naypyitaw on Tuesday.

HONDURAS — Waiting for Election Results: A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla sings the country’s national anthem outside the Supreme Electoral Tribunal in Tegucigalpa early on Monday. Hondurans waited anxiously with no results released hours after polls closed for Sunday’s presidential election, while both the president and his main challenger claimed victory after what appeared to be a heavy turnout by voters.

RUSSIA — Rocket Takes Off: A Russian Soyuz 2.1b rocket carrying the Meteor M satellite and additional 18 small satellites lifts off from the launch pad at the new Vostochny Cosmodrome outside the city of Tsiolkovsky on Tuesday.

ROMANIA – Protest at Parliament: A woman holds a sign that reads “All for Justice” backdropped by the communist era build House of the People, now headquarters of Romania’s parliament, during a protest in Bucharest, Romania, Sunday. Thousands have protested in Romania’s capital and other major cities against planned changes to the justice system they say will allow high-level corruption to go unpunished and a tax overhaul that could lead to lower wages.

HONDURAS – Election Day: Lina Michel Colindres, 17 months, accompanies her mother Nely Colindres while casting her vote during the general elections in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Sunday. Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez tries to win a second term as well as bolstering the strength of his conservative National Party across the board. 

EGYPT – Candlelight Vigil: People take part during a candlelight vigil as they hold national flag for victims of a Friday mosque attack at the Journalists Syndicate, in Cairo, Egypt, Monday. Friday’s assault was Egypt’s deadliest attack by Islamic extremists in the country’s modern history, a grim milestone in a long-running fight against an insurgency led by a local affiliate of the Islamic State group.

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