In this week International POW, there is a variety of photos from around the world, changing a bit the mood that previous International POW may seem to some by focusing on protests in the world.

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Debutants dance during the opening ceremony of the Vienna Opera Ball at the State Opera in Vienna, Austria. (Herbert Neubauer / EPA)
Debutants dance during the opening ceremony of the Vienna Opera Ball at the State Opera in Vienna, Austria. (Herbert Neubauer / EPA)
Raymond Hulings, center, makes his way back to land during the Leap in The Lake hosted by The Lake Wynonah Athletic Group to benefit Make-A-Wish in Lake Wynonah, Pa. (Jacqueline Dormer/AP,Republican-Herald)
Fireworks from China’s Liuyang New Year Fireworks dot the sky on the Fourth weekend of the 5th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition at the seaside Mall of Asia at suburban Pasay city, south of Manila, Philippines. The fireworks display, that will run for six consecutive weekends, features competitors from China, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, the United States and the host country Philippines. (Bullit Marquez/AP)
Family members comfort Chrisman Siregar, left, and his wife Herlina Panjaitan, the parents of Firman Siregar, one of the Indonesian citizens registered on the manifest to have boarded the Malaysia Airlines jetliner flight MH370 that went missing over the South China Sea, at their residence in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. Military radar indicates that the missing Boeing 777 jet may have turned back, Malaysia’s air force chief said Sunday as scores of ships and aircraft from across Asia resumed a hunt for the plane and its 239 passengers. (Binsar Bakkara/AP)
A Buddhist devotee dashes barefoot through flames during the Nagatoro Hi-Matsuri, or fire walking festival, to herald the coming of spring at the Fudoji temple in Nagatoro town, Saitama. Believers joined the fire walking ritual to purify the mind and body and to pray for safety. (Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP)
People walk underneath a hanging doll despicting a Cuban doctor in protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro government in Caracas. Venezuela on Wednesday marked one year since Hugo Chavez died, with his successor set to lead ceremonies for the “eternal comandante” whose socialist revolution is now facing persistent opposition protests. (Leo Ramirez/AFP)
Greek riot police used tear gas, pepper spray and batons in scuffles Thursday with anti-austerity protesters who took to the streets despite a partial ban on demonstrations in the capital during a visit by German President Joachim Gauck. (ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP)
Female activist members of FEMEN go topless during their anti-Putin, pro-Ukraine demonstration in New York’s Times Square. (Richard Drew/AP)
A South Sudanese woman walks with wood to reinforce her house in an isolated makeshift internally displaced persons camp for the Dinka ethnic group on an island between Bor and Minkamman, South Sudan. Heavy fighting broke out in the main military barracks of the war-torn capital Juba on Wednesday, underscoring serious tensions within the national army as it battles a rebel uprising. (JM Lopez / AFP)
Chairman of Sahara India Pariwar Subrata Roy, his face smeared with ink thrown by a lawyer, walks into the Supreme Court in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. A lawyer threw ink at the top Indian businessman as he arrived at India’s highest court Tuesday to face charges that his company failed to return billions of dollars to investors. Roy’s Sahara conglomerate is well known throughout India because it co-owns a Formula One team and sponsored the Indian cricket team until recently. (AP)
People walk along a street heading to Kiev’s Independence Square, Ukraine on March 4, the same day that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited the city. (Emilio Morenatti / AP)
Indian women sort red chillies to dry at Shertha village in the western Indian state of Gujarat. A worker earns around fifteen Rupees (US$ 0.25) for removing the petiole of 20 kilograms (4.4 Pounds) of red chili. (Ajit Solanki/AP)
Palestinians look at the body of Palestinian Mousab Al-Zaanin through the window of a hospital morgue in northern Gaza. An Israeli air strike on Monday killed the Palestinian militant in the Gaza Strip, who Israel’s military said had been preparing to launch a rocket across the border. Palestinian sources said the 24-year-old militant was killed, but it was unclear which group he was affiliated with. (Mohammed Salem / Reuters)
Misao Okawa, 115, who is recognized as the world’s oldest living woman by Guinness World Records poses on the Doll Festival in Osaka, western Japan . (AP, Kyodo News)


  • David Tyson, March 16, 2014 @ 6:26 pm

    The gentleman leaving the icy waters of Lake Wynonah is Raymond Hulings, not Jeff Seisler.

  • Ghazayel, March 16, 2014 @ 9:55 pm

    thank you david..

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