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In this weeks POW, we will start with a “nice” image of Angela Merkel, yes she won the elections, and we will leave you with the rest that you might be seeing or hearing the news related to for the first time.
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or follow me on twitter [twitter-follow screen_name=’ghazayel’] “LIKE” on facebook Supporters of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) hold umbrellas in front of a giant portrait of German Chancellor Angela Merkel during an election campaign event in front of the party’s headquarter in Berlin, Germany. (Michael Sohn/AP) A dog behind the wheel of an SUV appears to be keeping his eyes on the road, like a good driver would. The canine commuter was apparently waiting for his owners return near Columbus Elementary School in Edwardsville, Ill. (The Telegraph, John Badman/AP) Aurora Orozco gets a ride on the boot of her father, Sgt. Jeremy Orozco before he departs for Ft. Hood, Texas, with other members of the 1638th Transportation Company of the Indiana National Guard Tuesday, at Tri-County High School near Wolcott, Ind. The outfit is being trained at Ft. Hood for a month before being deployed to Afghanistan for a year tour of duty. (Journal & Courier, Michael Heinz/AP) The damaged side of the capsized cruise liner Costa Concordia is seen at the end of the “parbuckling” operation that brought the stricken liner upright off the Italian coast. The salvage operation is one of the most difficult and expensive wreck recovery projects ever performed. (Tony Gentile / Reuters) Workers hose down the pile of debris after the implosion of the Macy’s building in downtown Houston. Many Houstonians remember the store as Foley’s, a homegrown retail chain that started downtown in 1900 and moved into the building in 1947. It was converted to Macy’s in 2006 and operated at the site until closing in March. The 10-story, 791,000-square-foot building was reduced to rubble just after sunrise to make way for a still-undisclosed new development. (Houston Chronicle, James Nielsen/AP) Indonesian youths watch as Mount Sinabung erupts in Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Tuesday. Thousands of people were evacuated from their villages following the eruption of the 2,600-meter (8,530-feet) volcano Sunday after being dormant for three years, sending thick ash into the sky with small rocks pelting neighboring villages. (Binsar Bakkara/AP) The sun sets beyond the downtown skyline as the autumnal equinox marks the first day of fall, in Kansas City, Mo. (Charlie Riedel/AP) World Muslimah 2012 Nina Septiani of Indonesia, right, crowns Obabiyi Aishah Ajibola of Nigeria after being named World Muslimah 2013 during the third Annual Award of World Muslimah in Jakarta, Indonesia. The annual pageant, held exclusively for Muslim women, assessed not only contestants’ appearance but also their piety and religious knowledge. (Dita Alangkara/AP) In this Sept. 18, 2013 photo taken in Fujinomiya, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan, the moon rises near the peak of Mount Fuji. Japan marks the full moon festival on Thursday, Sept. 19 this year. (Kyodo News/AP) Circus artists Anastasiya Zorina and Eugeny Abakumov, top, perform during the opening concert in the new program in Ukraine’s National Circus in Kiev, Ukraine. Sparkles are decorative pieces falling from the costume of Anastasiya Zorina. (Efrem Lukatsky/AP) An opposition fighter rests inside a cave at a rebel camp near the northwest Syrian town of Idlib. The main opposition coalition urged the international community to take swift action against the regime of President Bashar Assad in response to a U.N. finding that the nerve agent sarin was used in a deadly attack near Damascus last month. (Narciso Contreras / AP)