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IN People ON 04 Oct, 2015
There are some images which can't be resisted. They make us happy, sad, nostalgic and we remember them for a long time.
When I came across this collection of powerful images collected from all over the world last week, it really made me thoughtful for a while. I would like to share with you these images and I bet you can't restrain yourself to look at them twice.
During the candlelight march, a college student is consoled by her friend for those who loss their lives on 1st October.
This view was spotted on 28th September in Glastonbury England as the moon left the shadow of the earth and the full eclipse finally came to an end. This is an extremely rare sight as it was last witnessed in 1982 and will occur after 2033.
Scientists have reported that the water flows in the summer months on the surface of Mars which has led to the formation of 100 meter-long streaks.
A 13-year-old kid Emmanuel Festo Rutema of Tanzania was attacked due to superstitious beliefs of witchcraft. The boy became a victim of amputation as he is albino and the body parts of albino are sold at high price.
In Rio de Janeiro Brazil, lightning flashed over the statue of Jesus Christ which mesmerized everyone.
Activists of the movement splashed themselves with red dye and laid down in a container labelled as "human meat" which shocked and distressed the public. Touching!! Isn't it?
Beautiful view of a ride at amusement city during Eid celebrations in Baghdad Iraq which brought a smile to my face.
Palestinians kept asking for help during encounter with Israeli troops but no one turned up. The cause of the clashes was the tension prevailing over the issue of Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque near the west bank city of Ramallah.
The security forces of Afghanistan took their position to shoot Taliban troops. This is the view of the highway between Balkh state to Kunduz city at north of Kabul Afghanistan.
Refreshing image of a Muslim kid praying at the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India.
The President said, "This has become routine. My response ends up being routine.. Actually we have become numb to this."
A representative of the Abbas combat squad belonging to Shiite militia group take the lead in the procession by handling armed forces during a military parade in Basra Iraq. The parade was conducted to provide training to Iraqi army and members of Shiite miltia.
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