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A sex worker participates in a Red Umbrella Vigil protesting against Mayoral candidate Morris Hanna, in an inner Sydney suburb in Australia.
Lebanese firefighters try to extinguish a fire in southern port city of Sidon, Lebanon. A huge fire that erupted in Sidonís landfill on Thursday, which was caused by methane gas leakage, forced the industrial sector to shutdown due to plumes of smoke and toxic fumes that will require at least 48 hours to extinguish, a source at the Civil Defense Department said.
Wilmer Sequiera looks at his damaged house following an earthquake in Nosara, northwest of San Jose. Costa Rica escaped relatively unscathed after a powerful earthquake hit the country on Wednesday, sparking landslides and knocking down buildings without killing anyone. Having briefly sparked tsunami warnings, the 7.6 magnitude earthquake was first thought to have claimed two lives, but the Red Cross later revised its estimate and said just one woman died in the quake when she suffered a heart attack.
(JUAN CARLOS ULATE/REUTERS)
People run for cover as smoke rises from the site of a fire at a fireworks factory on the outskirts of Sivakasi, about 500 kilometers southwest of Chennai, India. Police in southern India said they have arrested six employees of the fireworks factory for a massive blaze that killed 40 workers and injured 60 others Wednesday.
People enjoy a sunset swim at a public beach in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
A blind Afghan student reads Braille during a lesson at a blind school in Kabul. The vocational blind school, which is the only blind school in Afghanistan, was established in 1977 and has more than 187 students including boys and girls.
Daisy Pursley, 2, walks amongst goats at the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona, California. The nation's largest County Fair, running from August 31 to September 30, is celebrating its 90th anniversary.
A striking mineworker holds an umbrella as he awaits a "report back" meeting near Lonmin's Marikana mine in South Africa's North West Province. South Africa's militant AMCU union refused to sign a "peace deal" with platinum company Lonmin on Thursday, undermining government-backed efforts to open pay talks and end a four-week strike scarred by deadly violence.
A boy plays on an artwork made of unwanted toys at the solo exhibition of Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji, known for his creations that recycle unwanted toys and waste materials, in Tokyo. More than 100,000 unwanted toys collected by social groups across Japan for the past 13 years were used in the exhibition. Called "Central Kaeru Station - where have all these toys come from?", the exhibition runs until Sunday.
First lady Michelle Obama walks off stage after introducing her husband U.S. President Barack Obama during the final session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.