International POW 19 – 25 Nov

With all the natural disasters and incidents happening around the world.

Do you feel sometimes that maybe planet Earth is hitting back on what human kind has done to it in a matter of few hundred years?
From environment, pollution, war, digging deep into earth secrets, etc.
Or maybe is it meant for those disasters to happen because we live in a world with constant changes?

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Francisco Pagoada hangs from a cross, with some support, as part of his protest against the Supreme Court that denied his request to run as an independent candidate for mayor in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.(Eduardo Verdugo/AP)

Francisco Pagoada hangs from a cross, with some support, as part of his protest against the Supreme Court that denied his request to run as an independent candidate for mayor in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.(Eduardo Verdugo/AP)

A woman looks on as Mount Sinabung spews ash, in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province, Mount Sinabung continued to spew volcanic ash throwing a plume five miles into the atmosphere as thousands of residents remained in temporary shelters fearful of more eruptions. (Roni Bintang/Reuters)

Migratory birds fly above a man rowing a boat in the waters of the Yamuna river during early morning in Old Delhi.  (Mansi Thapliyal / Reuters)

A Lebanese man carries an injured Asian domestic worker at the scene where two explosions struck near the Iranian Embassy in Beirut. An Iranian diplomat was among at least 23 people killed in the suspected suicide bomb attack. (Hussein Malla / AP)

Villagers ride a motorcycle on a road covered with volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Kuta Mbaru, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Two volcanoes, Sinabung and Mount Merapi, erupted Monday in the country, prompting warnings for flights and evacuation preparations. (Mafa Yuli Ramadani/AP)

Thousands of paper-made balloons, powered by burning oil, rise into the evening sky in Chiang Mai province, some 580 kilometers (360 miles) north of Bangkok during the Loy Krathong Festival. During the festival at night time, Thais float lanterns to the sky and float candles on the lotus-shaped basket into the rivers, in order to drift away their bad luck. (Vincent Thian/AP)

This aerial view, shows the path of a tornado that hit the western Illinois town of Washington. It was one of the worst-hit areas after intense storms and tornadoes swept through Illinois. The National Weather Service says the tornado that hit Washington had a preliminary rating of EF-4, meaning wind speeds of 170 mph to 190 mph. (Charles Rex Arbogast/AP)

Al Fursan, the aerobatics demonstration team of the UAE Air Force perform during the Dubai Air show, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Hassan Ammar/AP)

Smoke billows from a new island off the coast of Nishinoshima, seen left above, a small, uninhabited island in the Ogasawara chain, far south of Tokyo. The Japan Coast Guard and earthquake experts said a volcanic eruption has raised the new island in the seas to the far south of Tokyo. The coast guard issued an advisory warning of heavy black smoke from the eruption. (Kyodo News/AP)

Violent protests in Kiev as Ukraine delays signing trade deal with the european union (Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters)

A Shiite fighter clashes with members of the Sunni-dominated Free Syrian Army rebel in the town of Hatita, in the countryside of Damascus, Syria. (Jaber al-Helo/AP)

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