23 September, 2014 / Ziqa'ad 27, 1435

Unblinking unrest

A policeman controls entering traffic at the entrance of the Swiss village of Daillon near Sion. Three people were killed and two wounded late on Wednesday when a gunman opened fire in the Swiss village of Daillon, Swiss police said on Thursday.—Photo by Reuters
A policeman controls entering traffic at the entrance of the Swiss village of Daillon near Sion. Three people were killed and two wounded late on Wednesday when a gunman opened fire in the Swiss village of Daillon, Swiss police said on Thursday.—Photo by Reuters
A soldier from the Congolese contingent of the Central African Multinational Force (FOMAC) patrols in Damara, about 75 km (46 miles) north of Bangui January 2, 2013. Rebels in Central African Republic said they had halted their advance on the capital on Wednesday and agreed to start peace talks, averting a clash with regionally backed troops in the mineral-rich nation.—Photo by Reuters
A soldier from the Congolese contingent of the Central African Multinational Force (FOMAC) patrols in Damara, about 75 km (46 miles) north of Bangui January 2, 2013. Rebels in Central African Republic said they had halted their advance on the capital on Wednesday and agreed to start peace talks, averting a clash with regionally backed troops in the mineral-rich nation.—Photo by Reuters
A soldier from the Chadian contingent of the Central African Multinational Force (FOMAC) looks on in Damara, about 75 km (46 miles) north of Bangui January 2, 2013. Rebels in Central African Republic said they had halted their advance on the capital on Wednesday and agreed to start peace talks, averting a clash with regionally backed troops in the mineral-rich nation.—Photo by Reuters
A soldier from the Chadian contingent of the Central African Multinational Force (FOMAC) looks on in Damara, about 75 km (46 miles) north of Bangui January 2, 2013. Rebels in Central African Republic said they had halted their advance on the capital on Wednesday and agreed to start peace talks, averting a clash with regionally backed troops in the mineral-rich nation.—Photo by Reuters
A participant leaves a candle next to a sign during a candlelight vigil for the Indian rape victim, who passed away last Friday, in Singapore. The death of the 23-year-old woman, who has not been named, prompted street protests across India, international outrage and promises from the government of tougher punishments for offenders. About 150 people took part in the vigil in Singapore.—Photo by Reuters
A participant leaves a candle next to a sign during a candlelight vigil for the Indian rape victim, who passed away last Friday, in Singapore. The death of the 23-year-old woman, who has not been named, prompted street protests across India, international outrage and promises from the government of tougher punishments for offenders. About 150 people took part in the vigil in Singapore.—Photo by Reuters
Participants hold candles as they sing during a vigil for the Indian rape victim, who passed away last Friday, in Singapore. The death of the 23-year-old woman, who has not been named, prompted street protests across India, international outrage and promises from the government of tougher punishments for offenders. About 150 people took part in the vigil in Singapore.—Photo by Reuters
Participants hold candles as they sing during a vigil for the Indian rape victim, who passed away last Friday, in Singapore. The death of the 23-year-old woman, who has not been named, prompted street protests across India, international outrage and promises from the government of tougher punishments for offenders. About 150 people took part in the vigil in Singapore.—Photo by Reuters
People carry the coffin of Taiyab Hussain, who was killed in Tuesday's motorcycle bomb blast, during his funeral in Karachi. A bomb exploded in a crowded area of Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday, killing at least two people and wounding 50, police said.—Photo by Reuters
People carry the coffin of Taiyab Hussain, who was killed in Tuesday's motorcycle bomb blast, during his funeral in Karachi. A bomb exploded in a crowded area of Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Tuesday, killing at least two people and wounding 50, police said.—Photo by Reuters
Activists of the Svoboda (Freedom) Ukrainian nationalist party hold torches as they take part in a rally to mark the 104th year since the birth of Stepan Bandera, one of the founders of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), in Kiev. The words on the flags read, "Freedom".—Photo by Reuters
Activists of the Svoboda (Freedom) Ukrainian nationalist party hold torches as they take part in a rally to mark the 104th year since the birth of Stepan Bandera, one of the founders of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), in Kiev. The words on the flags read, "Freedom".—Photo by Reuters
View of buildings damaged by what activists said were shelling by Syrian force loyal to President Bashar al-Assad in Erbeen, near Damascus.—Photo by Reuters
View of buildings damaged by what activists said were shelling by Syrian force loyal to President Bashar al-Assad in Erbeen, near Damascus.—Photo by Reuters
A stone-throwing Palestinian protester burns a tyre during clashes with Israeli security forces (unseen) at a protest against the nearby Jewish settlement of Kdumim, in the West Bank village of Kfar Kadum, near Nablus.—Photo by Reuters
A stone-throwing Palestinian protester burns a tyre during clashes with Israeli security forces (unseen) at a protest against the nearby Jewish settlement of Kdumim, in the West Bank village of Kfar Kadum, near Nablus.—Photo by Reuters
Resident Kim Yong-bin (2nd L), 48, jumps to tear a balloon with a cutter just before a group of anti-North Korea activists release the balloon carrying anti-North Korea leaflets towards the North, in front of the former North Korean Labour Party Cheorwon Office Building near the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Cheorwon, northeast of Seoul.—Photo by Reuters
Resident Kim Yong-bin (2nd L), 48, jumps to tear a balloon with a cutter just before a group of anti-North Korea activists release the balloon carrying anti-North Korea leaflets towards the North, in front of the former North Korean Labour Party Cheorwon Office Building near the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Cheorwon, northeast of Seoul.—Photo by Reuters

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