This week’s pow we will start from the demonstration that are going on in Brazil in the occasion of Teacher’s day, then a jump into two very amazing photos from the Adha celebration and Hajj, before continuing to further amazing photo from the world, which i hope you will like them, (which you can also by clicking the like button at the end 😀 )

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Policemen clash with demonstrators after a protest on “Teachers’ Day,” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP – Getty Images)
Policemen clash with demonstrators after a protest on “Teachers’ Day,” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP – Getty Images)
Russian police officers stand guard as Muslims pray outside the main Moscow mosque during celebrations of Eid al-Adha, a feast celebrated by Muslims worldwide, which Muslims in Russia call Kurban-Bairam in Moscow, Russia. According to the press service of Moscow’s main police department, about four thousand police officers, Interior troops and others will be ensuring security during the Eid al-Adha celebration events. (Evgeny Feldman/AP)
Muslim pilgrims head to the “Jamarat” ritual, a symbolic stoning of Satan, near the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The pilgrims pelt pillars symbolizing the devil, part of the Eid al-Adha or the Feast of the Sacrifice marking the end of the hajj pilgrimage to Mecca. (Fayez Nureldine / AFP – Getty Images)
Detroit’s Torii Hunter falls into the bullpen trying to catch Red Sox hitter David Ortiz’s eighth-inning home run in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series. Boston won the game. (Stan Grossfeld / Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Ecology professor Ricardo Freitas, wearing camouflage barefoot sport shoes, sits on top of a broad-snouted caiman he captured to examine and then release back into the water channel in the affluent Recreio dos Bandeirantes suburb of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While a few caimans wander from the canal, sometimes getting hit by cars, Freitas said he is aware of only one other person attacked by a caiman, a fisherman who was superficially bitten after he stepped on one. (Felipe Dana/AP)
Residents look at a collapsed Holy Trinity parish church at Loay, Bohol, after an earthquake struck central Philippines. The Philippines started to clear roads blocked by debris on Oct. 17 as it reckoned up the cost of the Oct. 15 powerful earthquake, with the death toll rising to at least 158. Tens of thousands of residents of Bohol island, which took the brunt of Tuesday’s 7.2 magnitude quake, remained living outdoors, for fear of aftershocks bringing down damaged homes. (Erik De Castro / Reuters)
Activists perform a “Die In” to protest government shutdown and proposed cuts to Medicare, Social Security benefits, as well as child care, food, disability, and senior advocate programs outside of the federal building in San Francisco. (Jeff Chiu/AP)
Protesting students from Paris high schools shout during a demonstration in Paris in anger over expulsion of immigrant families. Kosovan girl Leonarda Dibrani was finishing up a field trip when French police showed up at the bus, detaining the 15-year-old schoolgirl in front of her classmates before authorities expelled her to Kosovo because her family’s asylum application had been rejected. (Francois Mori/AP)
Fifth graders Kashmir Pesicka, right, and Mason Stroud begin to get up after taking shelter under their classroom tables during an earthquake drill at West Woodland Elementary school , in Seattle. The Washington Emergency Management Division says more than 860,000 people were registered to drop, cover and hold during Thursday’s earthquake drill at 10:17 a.m. That compares with 710,000 in last year’s Great Washington ShakeOut. A large earthquake is considered inevitable at some point in the Northwest’s future because of shifting plates in the earth’s crust. (Elaine Thompson/AP)
Lindsay Partin, of Bagwell, Texas, maneuvers an obstacle during the Mad Max Mud Run in Paris, Texas (The Paris News, Sam Craft/AP)
One of nine released Lebanese Shiite pilgrims who were kidnapped by a rebel faction in northern Syria in May 2012, center, kisses his wife upon his arrival at Rafik Hariri international airport, in Beirut, Lebanon. Two Turkish pilots held hostage in Lebanon and nine Lebanese pilgrims abducted in Syria returned home Saturday night, part of an ambitious three-way deal cutting across the Syrian civil war.(Hussein Malla/AP)
A demonstrator with a banner that reads “Enough!” seen during a workers protest, in Porto, in Portugal. The largest trade union has called for a protest, against proposed government austerity measures to be debated in parliament this month in response to the latest visit by the troika, crossing two bridges in Lisbon and Porto. (Paulo Duarte/AP)


  • Maya Misha, October 21, 2013 @ 10:06 pm

    Thank you for this post amigo.. & Please let me dedicate this last photo to my manager HIM becase he’s getting on my nerves :@

  • Ghazayel, October 22, 2013 @ 3:40 pm

    hahah want me to send it with your name below it? hehe

  • Maya Misha, October 23, 2013 @ 3:50 pm

    Whatever we do amigo, HIM will never change.

  • Ghazayel, October 23, 2013 @ 4:52 pm

    ohh everything changes in this world, you just need time 🙂

  • Maya Misha, October 23, 2013 @ 8:00 pm

    Thank you for your constant positivity amigo 🙂 It’s really inspiring! I’ll never lose hope 😉

    Sent from my iPad

  • Ghazayel, October 23, 2013 @ 8:01 pm


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