четверг, 23 июня 2016 г.

The 20 Photographs Of The Week

The 20 Photographs Of The Week
The 20 Photographs Of The Week


The night sky lights up over the east coast of Sicily as Mount Etna’s Voragine crater erupts for the first time in two years. The giant plume of smoke and ash thrown up by the blast creates a dazzling display of volcanic lightning, a mysterious phenomenon seen in many of the most powerful volcanic eruptions. Photograph: Marco Restivo/Barcroft Med


Tiananmen Square is photographed on a day of heavy pollution in Beijing. China’s capital and many cities in the northern part of the country recorded the worst smog of the year with air quality devices in some areas unable to read such high levels of pollutants. Levels of PM 2.5, considered the most hazardous, crossed 600 units in Beijing, nearly 25 times the acceptable standard set by the World Health Organisation. The governments of more than 190 countries met in Paris last week for the UN climate change conference to set targets on reducing carbon emissions. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images


The Perito Moreno glacier stands in Los Glaciares national park, part of the southern Patagonian ice field, in Argentina. The majority of the almost 50 large glaciers in Los Glaciares have been retreating for the past 50 years due to warming temperatures, according to the European Space Agency. The United States Geological Survey reports that over 68% of the world’s freshwater supplies are locked in ice caps and glaciers. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images


The place de la République is covered with shoes as part of a symbolic rally during the forbidden COP21 demonstration in Paris, France. The demonstration was banned after the Paris terror attacks, but thousands of people gathered to protest against global warming ahead of the COP21conference and an estimated 200 people were arrested after fighting with police. Photograph: Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images


Two girls wear thermal blankets provided by volunteers after their arrival on the Greek island of Lesbos. About 5,000 migrants are reaching Europe each day over the so-called Balkan migrant route. Migrants and refugees on the border of Greece and Macedonia have attacked police with stones, enraged by the sight of Macedonian soldiers erecting a fence along the border. Photograph: Santi Palacios/AP


UN soldiers stand near Muslim faithful queuing to enter the central mosque in Bangui, Central African Republic. Pope Francis took the biggest security risk of his papacy to visit the mosque, under siege from armed Christian militias, to deliver a message of peace and reconciliation. Photograph: Jerome Delay/AP


rowds run after Pope Francis during a visit to the Koudoukou school after leaving the central mosque in the PK5 neighbourhood of Bangui. Under heavy UN and Vatican protection, Francis travelled in his open popemobile into the heart of PK5, where 15,000 Muslims are surrounded by Christian militias. Before the civil war erupted in March 2013, the Muslim population of the capital was about 122,000 but most have fled. Thousands gathered at the roadside, cheering as the papal entourage drove down red dirt roads. Photograph: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images


A man herds longhorn zebus through the empty market of the PK5 district in Bangui, Central African Republic. Photograph: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images


Monkeys enjoy a variety of fruits, vegetables and drinks during the monkey buffet festival at the Phra Prang Sam Yod temple in the city of Lopburi, Thailand. The festival is held every year to promote tourism in Lopburi, known as monkey city, and to thank the monkeys for drawing visitors to the town. Photograph: Diego Azubel/EPA


People dressed as members of the Beatles raise their hands during an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the most people dressed as the band at Chapultepec park in Mexico City. Click here to view more images of the Mexican lookalikes. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images


A model presents a design during the 12th Chanel Métiers d’Art show ‘Paris-Rome’, an annual event to honour the craftsmanship that artisan partners bring to the fashion houses’ collections at the Cinecittà studios in Rome. Rome’s Cinecittà, a film set the size of Vatican City, is where Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton fell in love on the set of Cleopatra, the movie that almost bankrupted 20th Century Fox. Federico Fellini, who filmed La Dolce Vita there, called it the ‘temple of dreams’. Photograph: Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images


A man waits outside a barber shop in Pyongyang. The poster beside him shows the types of hairstyles worn by men in North Korea. Photograph: Wong Maye-E/AP


Syrian refugee children stand on the stairs of their Beirut apartment building damaged during Lebanon’s 1975-1990 civil war. Photograph: Hassan Ammar/AP


Migrants flee as police fire teargas into the entrance of the camp known as the ‘New Jungle’ in Calais, France. Thousands of migrants continue to live in the makeshift camp in the port town where they try to board vehicles heading for ferries or through the tunnel in an attempt to reach Britain. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

A youth plays cricket in the Maidan area of Kolkata, India. Photograph: Dibyangshu Sarkar/AFP/Getty Images


Wladimir Klitschko clings on to Tyson Fury during the heavyweight world title fight at Esprit-Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany. Fury produced one of the biggest shocks in recent heavyweight history after defeating Klitschko in a unanimous decision. Fury said after the fight: ‘I knew all along I could win the fight. Wladimir knew, his whole team knew tonight. I saw in his eyes he knew he was going to lose the fight and he saw the new, hungry champion in me’. Photograph: Lars Baron/Bongarts/Getty Images


Members of the Mona Shores high school choir stand in the singing Christmas tree during a dress rehearsal performance at the Frauenthal Center in Muskegon, Michigan, US. The five-storey tree features 15 tiers on which about 220 student singers stand. Photograph: Mike Householder/AP


A guard of honour stands next to the coffin holding the body of Oleg Peshkov, the Russian pilot of the downed SU-24 jet, during a funeral ceremony in Lipetsk, Russia. Vladimir Putin used his annual address to Russia’s political elite to warn Turkey’s leaders that Moscow would never forget last week’s downing of the jet. The president said he was still bemused by the Turkish decision to shoot down the SU-24, and received applause for saying: ‘Perhaps only Allah knows why they did this.’ The pilot was awarded the hero of Russia award posthumously. Photograph: Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters


A satellite dish sits amid debris in a home destroyed when dams of an iron ore mine burst, causing a mudslide, in the village of Bento Rodrigues, Brazil. The village was home to about 600 people until the dam burst, unleashing a tsunami of mud that swept away nearly everything in its path, flattening houses, uprooting trees and tossing cars asunder. Photograph: Leo Correa/AP


A Typhoon warplane flies over RAF Akrotiri, a British air base near the coastal city of Limassol, Cyprus. British warplanes carried out airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria hours after parliament voted to authorise attacks. The first airstrikes targeted oilfields in the eastern Syrian desert that have been controlled for more than a year by Islamic State. Photograph: Pavlos Vrionides/AP

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