Sometimes it just seems as the world is really turning roles everyday,
protests are happening almost everywhere, but of course with media attention changing based on international interests of course.
Other than that, syria is still an ongoing battlefield, waiting, or not, for an american armed strike, while palestine is still bleeding day by day.
Beside that, some lineaments of hope still arise from different part of the world.
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A firefighter douses a section of the Rim Fire, near Groveland, Calif. More than 2,000 firefighters have been battling the blaze, which has scorched some of Yosemite National Park. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Image)
A Serbian border policeman looks at a thermal camera screen while on patrol near the town of Presevo, 238 miles from the capital, Belgrade, as serbian border police see huge increase in number of syrian migrants. (Marko Djurica / Reuters)
Egyptian authorities detain suspected ‘spy’ bird carrying an electronic device that turned out later that it was neither a bomb nor a spying device. Instead, it was a wildlife tracker used by French scientists to follow the movement of migrating birds. (AP)
A man runs up the “gostra,” a pole covered in grease, during the feast of St Julian, patron of the town of St Julian’s, Malta. In a game stretching back to the Middle Ages, young men, women and children try to make their way to the top and uproot one of the flags to win prizes. From May to September in Malta, there is hardly a weekend when a town or a village is not celebrating the feast of its patron saint. (Darrin Zammit Lupi / Reuters)
The daughter a Robin Al Abed, a Palestinian who died when Israeli troops opened fire in the Qalandia refugee camp, weeps during his funeral. The soldiers killed Al Abed and two other Palestinians in clashes following a predawn raid at the camp just north of Jerusalem. (Alaa Badarneh / EPA)
A Free Syrian Army fighter watches U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech with his family in Ghouta, Damascus. Obama on Saturday backed away from an imminent military strike against Syria to seek the approval of the U.S. Congress, in a decision that likely delays U.S. action for at least 10 days. (Mohamed Abdullah / Reuters)
Farmers hurl stones at riot police during clashes, that started as protests, at a road blockade in La Calera, Cundinamarca department, on Bogota. (Eitan Abramovich / AFP – Getty Images)
Diana Nyad completed a historic 110-mile swim between Cuba and Florida without the protection of a shark cage, a journey the 64-year-old has tried four times before. (Enrique De La Osa / Reuters)
Protests over Mexico education reform spill over into violence & clashes with riot police. (Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP – Getty Images)
Former Disney pop princess Miley Cyrus caused an uproar when she took to the stage at this year’s Video Music Awards wearing a flesh-coloured latex bikini and performing a seriously overtly sexual dance routine that goes by the name of “twerking” (Reuters)
Harley-Davidson riders attend the Brady Street Block Party during the 110th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee. (Sara Stathas / Reuters)
Exhibition. “Radical Transformation: Magnum Photos into the Digital Age.” Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas as Austin, Austin, Texas. September 10, 2013 – January 5, 2014. — Veiled women practice shooting on the outskirts of the city. Tehran, Iran, 1986. (Jean Gaumy/Magnum Photos)