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Photo News - Part 4
In the photo galleries you can see from the Paris museum of modern art stolen by five paintings, the Dalai Lama in New York; flooding in Africa, anonymous attempt to separate the "New Yorkers" from the "tourists" and much more.
An investigator seeking clues on frames stolen from the Paris museum of modern art paintings. From the museum were stolen five paintings worth more than $ 100 million, including the best works of Picasso and Matisse. (Jacques Brinon / Associated Press)
A demonstrator wearing a mask stands in front of storm troopers during a protest rally in front of the Greek Parliament in Athens. Labor unions organized a 24-hour strike against the reforms of social insurance and pensions. (Panagiotis Moschandreou / European Pressphoto Agency)
The mother of two children that earns less than one dollar a day, resting in his squalid shack in Manila. (Xinhua / ZUMA Press)
Fire works on the site of fire, arranged by "Red Shirts" in Bangkok. It remains in force curfew, which aims to pay a wave of violence that had engulfed the capital of Thailand. (Paula Bronstein / Getty Images)
A man tries to get through the crowd of demonstrators in front of the Ministry of Economy, during a protest against job cuts public sector and increasing taxes in Madrid. (Paul White / Associated Press)
Tourists lovers Naruto shipuden, stand on the sidewalk on Fifth Avenue in New York, where an unknown shared track on the band for "New Yorkers" and "tourists". (Mike Segar / Reuters)
Member of the Afghan National Police keeps a gun rounds while on patrol in Kandahar province from U.S. troops. (Julie Jacobson / Associated Press)
A villager calls for help on the roof of his house in the flooded Hafedzhi, Kenya. River Tana burst its banks after the company, which produces electricity, opened the dam, leaving more than 100 people homeless. (Associated Press)
Monk praying before the arrival of the Dalai Lama at the concert hall «Radio City Music Hall» in New York. The spiritual leader came to discuss their teaching. (Justin Lane / European Pressphoto Agency)
Supported by Agathon Rwasa holds a photo of the presidential candidate of the opposition party over the crowd during a rally in Nuanza-Lac, Burundi. Presidential elections will be held in the country on June 28. (Roberto Schmidt / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
Houses stand in the water in Poland. Thousands of people were evacuated due to flooding after heavy rains, which killed five people. (ZUMA Press)
Ultra-orthodox Jews took part in the ceremony of the reburial of bones found in excavations in Ashkelon. Found the remains reburied to make room for the hospital. (Menahem Kahana / Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
Miners wait for the beginning of a change in Tkibuli, Georgia. (David Mdzinarishvili / Reuters)
73-year-old Charles Nicholson engaged on the beach in St. Petersburg, Florida. Nicholson daily rides a bicycle 80 kilometers. (Dirk Shadd / St. Petersburg Times / ZUMA Press)

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