Bineta Ndiaye, 22, looks at herself in the mirror as her friend Coumba Faye, 19, fixes her hair in Faye's house in the village of Ndande, Senegal, ahead of a Sufi Muslim ceremony. (REUTERS / Joe Penney)

International POW 21 – 27 May 2013

In this new post by POW, we will take you around the world to explorer some of the most beautiful events, celebrations, along with some unfortunate accidents that happened last week.

The good side of this week’s post is that it carries less negative / bad news from the old post like the one of last week.

Well, all that we could say that we wish more positive celebrations and events occur in the world.

So don’t forget after checking out the international version of POW, to leave us a comment to know your thoughts 🙂

Bineta Ndiaye, 22, looks at herself in the mirror as her friend Coumba Faye, 19, fixes her hair in Faye's house in the village of Ndande, Senegal, ahead of a Sufi Muslim ceremony. (REUTERS / Joe Penney)

Bineta Ndiaye, 22, looks at herself in the mirror as her friend Coumba Faye, 19, fixes her hair in Faye’s house in the village of Ndande, Senegal, ahead of a Sufi Muslim ceremony. (REUTERS / Joe Penney)

Spectators wrapped in blankets wait the start of a beach front cinema screening on the Croisette during the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes. (Eric Gaillard /Reuters)

Young Catholics hold flags of Pope Francis during a pre-event of the World Youth Day at Icarai beach in Niteroi, Brazil. (Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP – Getty Images)

Policemen and people check the scene of a collision on a highway leading to a border crossing between Yemen and Saudi Arabia. At least 13 people were killed as two cars ran into each other and caught fire after the collision, burning some occupants to death, police officials at the scene said. (Khaled Abdullah / Reuters)

People watch a man descend into a large former well during a traditional ceremony in the village of Ndande, Senegal.(Joe Penney / Reuters)

This aerial photo shows the remains of homes hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla. (Steve Gooch / AP)

Paris Saint-Germain’s English midfielder David Beckham is thrown in the air by teammates after a French L1 football match between Paris St Germain and Brest, at Parc des Princes stadium in Paris. It was likely his last soccer match ever. (Fred Dufour / AFP – Getty Images)

U.S. President Barack Obama checks to see if he still needs the umbrella held by a U.S. Marine during a joint news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. (Jason Reed / Reuters)

Afghan girls play in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Mohammad Ismail / Reuters)

Ukrainian students heckle as they bathe in a fountain during a traditional gathering of school graduates on Independence Square in Kiev as they mark “Last Ring,” celebrating the day they leave school. (SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP – GETTY IMAGES)

An Israeli boy looks at “wounds” inflicted on dolls arranged in Rabin Square in Tel Aviv. The installation, which was on display for two days, consisted of almost 1,000 dolls, all of which showed signs of “abuse” and was presented by ELI, the Israeli Assn. for the Protection of the Child, in order to raise awareness of child abuse. (JIM HOLLANDER / EPA)

Chakala Dangol, 75, holds a coconut on his hand before throwing it towards the devotees from the top of the chariot of Rato during the chariot festival in Lalitpur, Nepal. It is believed that whoever grabs the coconut and returns it to the chariot will be blessed with a son. (Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters)

A Syrian activist is silhouetted through the Syrian revolution flag during a protest against the participation of Hezbollah members in fighting in the Syrian town of Qusair, at the Martyrs Square in Beirut, Lebanon. (HUSSEIN MALLA / AP)

 

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