2011 in photos (part 2) This is interesting
The second collection of photographs is more involved in the extraordinary natural events and disasters that took place in 2011: floods, fires, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions. Also in the news headlines continue to flash events of the Muslim world.
1) The ash cloud rises above the volcano Puyeue in southern Chile in 870 kilometers from Santiago. June 4, 2011 for the first time in 50 years erupted. More than 3,500 residents were evacuated due to heavy clouds of smoke that reached Argentina. National Service geologists reported that during the earthquake volcano threw gas, which rose at a distance of 10 kilometers (5 June 2011).
2) The plane, covered with ashes, landed in San Carlos de Bariloche in San Carlos, southern Argentina (June 7, 2011).
3) The reaction of people to the death of Osama bin Laden in Times Square in New York. The leader of al-Qaeda, was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces in Pakistan. President Barack Obama said the nearly 10-year-old "hunting" on the leader of the world over (2 May 2011).
4) Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Minister of State Hillary Clinton, along with members of the national security team in the Situation Room of the White House in Washington to receive the latest news of Osama bin Laden (May 1, 2011).
5) The injured during an attack by a suicide bomber in the Pakistani town of Charsadda assisted. A suicide bomber on a motorcycle killed 69 people at a paramilitary academy in northwest Pakistan (13 May 2011).
6) injured woman was taken to the shore after she was rescued from an armed man, who wanted to kill the participants in the meeting of the youth wing of Norwegian Labour Party. About 17 people were killed in the terrorist attacks in Oslo and on the island Yutaoya. But this figure could be much higher, because the place of the meeting of the Working Party police found explosives (22 July 2011).
7) People gathered in Oslo to take part in the "pink march" in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack in Norway (25 July 2011).
Halima Hassan next to his late son. The U.S. government reports that about 30,000 children have been killed in Somalia in the summer of famine and drought (14 August 2011).
9) The demonstrators in Greece engage the police. June 28, 2011 began a 2-day demonstration against the government, threatened with bankruptcy and is trying to survive with the help of constraints. While Parliament voted in favor of measures to "belt-tightening" that will get tranche of 12-billion euros from the European Union, mass demonstrations demonstrators protest against the excessive tax increases.
10) The police arrested demonstrators in Tbilisi. Georgian police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding the resignation of President Mikheil Saakashvili (26 May 2011).
11) Refugees from Somalia awaiting food aid in the Ethiopian refugee camp. Authorities of the country to host the 25 thousand Somalis who had fled to neighboring Kenya and Ethiopia in search of food and water. Somalia this year suffered the worst in the last ten years of drought (19 July 2011).
12) Portrait of Amy Winehouse by the house in north London, where the body was found the British pop star. He is fond of drugs and alcohol, the singer died at the age of 27 (23 July 2011).
13) Kathleen Wilkins holds the American flag, to urge the authorities to help deal with the devastation after a tornado that killed 139 residents of Joplin, Missouri (May 29, 2011).
14) Mississippi Flood waters in Memphis, Tennessee, reached a height of 15 meters. As a result, many places were flooded for 36 hours (10 May 2011).
15) Space Shuttle "Atlantis" will start from Kennedy Space Center in eastern Florida. Launch is the latest in a 30-year program of work space ship (8 July 2011).
16) Flight of the butterfly, while smoke rises above the seating area during the fires in the national reserve "Apache". The fire spread to 1,600 square kilometers. More than 20,000 buildings were destroyed (12 June 2011).
17) Billy Stinson (left) comforts her daughter on the steps that once led to their house, which was destroyed by Hurricane Irene. The house was built in 1903 and was one of the first houses in the Gulf resort Albemarle. Since 1963, the building also is on the list of the National Register of Historic Places. "We have a moment pretend that the house is still for us, and we were just watching the sunset," said Billy (28 August 2011).
18) The plant makes its way through the soil dry lake Fisher in San Angelo, Texas. Lake in 2200 acres, which was once a secondary source of drinking water in San Angelo and nearby towns, dried by prolonged drought in the region. Throughout most of the year, 75% of the state was under the influence of extraordinary drought.
19) Leopard attacks forester in Prakash Nagar village, located near the city Salugara in India. Leopard sneaked into the village, injuring several people before he was caught. The leopard, which suffered a lot of stab wounds, died at the veterinary center (19 July 2011).
20) Japanese women's football team midfielder celebrates after winning the women's World Cup FIFA. The final match against the United States, held in the German city of Frankfurt am Main, completed a series of penalties 3-1 (July 17, 2011).
21) police forces riot through the streets of downtown Vancouver Canada after fans upset loss "Vancouver Canucks" in the final seven Stanley Cup Championship, ransacked the streets of the cities (15 June 2011).
22) The leader of the race, a three-time winner of the Spanish Tour de France, Alberto Kantador hit the fan, disguised as doctors by 109.5 kilometer stage of the competition 19 (22 July 2011).
23) Dirk Nowitzki of the team, "Dallas Mavericks" happy point each received a 6-game NBA finals against the "Miami Heat". "Dallas Mavericks" win the game with a score of 105:95 and become champions for the first time in the history of the NBA games (12 June 2011).
24) A calf jumps into the arena after the race was held on the bulls San Fermin festival in the Spanish city of Pamplona.
25) Dust storm, known as habub, coming to Phoenix, Arizona. A cloud of dust 112 miles wide and 1.5 kilometers in height moved at a speed of 56 kilometers per hour with gusts 96 kilometers per hour (5 July 2011).
26) Lightning strikes the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada during the storm (29 May 2011).
27) Lightning strikes over the volcano Puyeue, 800 kilometers from Santiago, Chile (June 6, 2011).
28) Police Ugandan opposition pouring colored water during demonstrations in Kampala. President Yoweri Musaveni vowed to destroy all of the demonstrators, and a rise in food prices and oil prices attributed to drought and the worldwide increase in prices (10 May 2011).
29) anti-British demonstrantka faced with a cordon of police during a rally against the first-ever visit to Ireland by Queen Elizabeth II. Event is of great historical importance, since it opens up a new era of relations between Britain and Ireland (17 May 2011).
30) Ratko Mladik first appears before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Holland. The former commander of the Bosnian armed forces was arrested for harboring for 16 years and accused in the commission of atrocities during the war in Bosnia (June 3, 2011).
31) police forces riot pass by burning streets of South London (8 August 2011).
32) People are trying to break showcases jewelry store in Birmingham city center after three days of meetings in London (August 8, 2011).
33) Scout in clothes police officer in the Libyan city of Benghazi to volunteer activities, as due to political conflicts representatives traffic police has become much less (2 June 2011).
34) Sudan People's Liberation Army is on the rack, "attention" at a rehearsal of the Independence Day (July 5, 2011).
35) South Sudan celebrates its independence from Northern Sudan after two civil wars for over 50 years (9 July 2011).
36) Emergency services conduct rescue operations after two car bullet train derailed and fell off a bridge in the Chinese city Venzhu. The collision with the standing train 32 people were killed (24 July 2011).
37) Muslim boy hanging from a rope in Delhi in the first day of Ramadan (August 2, 2011).
38) The children of refugees from Libya play tents in the border camp in southern Tunisia (8 May 2011).
39) Pro-Palestinian protesters run from tear gas launched by Israeli forces on the border between Israel and Syria near the village of Majdal Shams. Israeli troops coped with hundreds of protesters who wanted to cross the Syrian border. About 20 people were killed, more wounded (5 June 2011).
40) The police and residents of the Chinese city of Haining try to escape during the surging tide on the banks of the Qiantang River (31 August 2011).
41) Chinese students make their way through the chairs inside the campus during the floods in central China. More than a million people were evacuated. The water level has reached a critical level, causing floods and landslides. As a result of the summer floods killed 168 people (18 June 2011).
42) Jewish boy runs next to bonfires during the festival "Lag B'Omer" dedicated to end the plague in Roman times (21 May 2011).
43) A Canadian soldier plays the drums on the basis of forward-deployed in a region of Afghanistan (June 24, 2011).
44) Rebel posing on the couch, full of a golden mermaid with the face of the Libyan dictator's daughter Aisha Gaddafi at her home in Tripoli (24 August 2011).
45) rebels launch a missile at the front line near the Libyan city of Misrata (20 June 2011).
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