Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
James Benson braves cold weather as he clears of the sidewalk in downtown Minneapolis. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Chinese shoppers select Christmas decorations on sale at a stall in Hefei, east China's Anhui province. Christian culture, though still unfamiliar to most Chinese, continues to spread, and according to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, over 23 million Christians now live in China, a significant jump over the past three decades, which has help to popularise the Christmas holiday. Image Credit: AFP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
A Kashmiri Muslim rows his boat in Dal Lake on a cold and foggy morning in Srinagar, India. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Children pose next to statues decorating the facade of a main shopping mall in Singapore where malls are taking advantage of the festive season to spruce up their sales through visual merchandising and year end sales. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Air force soldiers from an honour guard stand in a line during a welcome ceremony for Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Pupils in raincoats hold candles during a ceremony marking the 73rd anniversary of the Nanjing massacre at the Nanjing Massacre Museum in Nanjing, Jiangsu province in China. Monday marks the 73rd anniversary of the 1937 Nanjing massacre, when Japanese troops killed more than 300,000 Chinese. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
South Korean postmen dressed as Santa Claus on delivery bikes leave the post office headquarters to deliver Christmas gifts to poor people for their charity campaign in Seoul, South Korea. The campaign that involved some 50 postmen will be expanded into nine cities until the end of this year. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
A worker sits inside a shop at a wholesale iron market in Kolkata. Iron ore exports from India's key Karnataka state are likely to fall 67 per cent in the year to end in March 2011 due to a ban on exports that has hit supplies to the global market and hardened prices, a trade body official said. India is the world's third largest supplier of iron ore to the world with most of its iron ore fines and lumps landing in China that houses the world's largest steel industry. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Traffic travels slowly on northbound Highway 45, north of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 13 Dec 2010
Girls eat lunch in their classroom at Jiaxing Lantian School in Jiaxing, Zhejiang. The primary and middle school which opened in 1997 has over 2000 students, most of them who are children of migrant workers who came from the poorer areas in western China to the city to work as labourers. Image Credit: Reuters


WHAT'S POPULAR NOW