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Photos Of The Week: November 28-December 4, 2009
December 03, 2009 17:47 GMT
Iranian students reenact the death of Neda Agha-Soltan, who was shot during postelection protests in Tehran in June. - These progovernment students
demanded the extradition
of the doctor who allegedly attempted to save Neda, who they accuse of being responsible for her death.
Photo by Atta Kenare for AFP
Russian workers inspect a damaged railway carriage of the "Nevsky Express" on November 28. - The "Nevsky Express"
not far from the village of Uglovka as it travelled between Moscow and St. Petersburg late on November 27, killing 26 people and injuring 100.
Photo by Kirill Kudryavtsev for AFP
A man gazes down at the traditional Christmas market on the Old Town Square in Prague, Czech Republic. - Photo by AFP
Political activists stage a demonstration in Paris against the use of the death penalty in Iran. - Photo by Maryam for RFE/RL
A worker takes a smoke break while laying asphalt in Ardabil, Iran. - Photo by RFE/RL
A soldier takes up a position outside a besieged mosque in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. - Three suicide bombers
fired on worshippers
then blew themselves up at a mosque near Pakistan's military headquarters after Friday Prayers on December 4, killing 40 people, including many army officials.
Photo by Nicolas Asfouri for AFP
An Iraqi man sells dyed chicks at the Al-Ghazel animal market in Baghdad. - Photo by Ali al-Saadi for AFP
Russian specialists work on the Soyuz space capsule of the International Space Station. - The space capsule returned from the ISS and landed in northern Kazakhstan on December 1 carrying European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Frank De Winne of Belgium, Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, and Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk.
Photo by Shamil Zhumatov for epa
People in Podgorica, Montenegro demonstrate for the rights of the disabled. - December 3 marked the
International Day of People With Disabilities.
Photo by Savo Prelevic for RFE/RL
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