Two bald eagles fight off seagulls for the remains of dead salmon along the Harrison River, B.C..
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Balloons fly across some of the 3,000 Buddhist temples during a sunrise flight in Bagan, Myanmar.
A Free Syrian Army fighter takes up position inside a burnt room in the Aleppo district of Salaheddine, Syria.
A woman works inside the Rockaway Beach Inn at nightfall in the Rockaways section of the Queens borough of New York.
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An Afghan man sits with a cage of quails on a hill in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Members of the Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) shout slogans as they take part in a protest in front of the headquarters of Spain's centre-right People's Party (Partido Popular) in Madrid. Spain's top parties will tackle eviction law reform on Monday after a homeowner's suicide provoked public fury and accusations that politicians and banks are complicit in de facto "murder". The placards read (L-R) "Apartments, not niches", "Real estate terrorism", "Stop evictions" and "The right to a house at the right price".
Farmers climb up the Long Bien bridge while returning home in Hanoi, Vietnam. Long Bien bridge was built in 1903 with the architectural concept of the famous French architect Gustave Eiffel across the Red River to connect two parts of Hanoi. Bombed repeatedly during the Vietnam War because of it strategic value, the bridge was repeatedly repaired and now trains, mopeds, bicycles and pedestrian can use it to cross the river.
A street vendor boy arranges colors for sale during Tihar festival in Katmandu, Nepal. Tihar, the festival of lights is one of the most important of all Hindu festival, where they worship Goddess Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth and decorate their houses with oil lamps. The five day festival starting from the thirteenth day of the waning moon in October also meant for life and prosperity.
Indian policemen detain a Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) supporter as she protests outside the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi, India. TYC supporters shouted anti-Chinese government slogans outside the embassy to show support to Tibetans inside China who have set themselves on fire and protested against the Chinese government.
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