Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Animal rights activists of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) group protest during a demonstration in Taksim Square in the center of Istanbul. Image Credit: AFP

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Armed Forces of Malta soldiers prepare to fire a volley of gunshots during a military parade to mark Malta's Republic Day in Valletta. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Two men sit in the main hall inside the National Grand Theatre, which has been nicknamed "The Egg", in Beijing, China. Opened in 2007, the theatre has three main halls which include a 2,416-seat opera house, a 2,017-seat concert hall with a pipe organ and a 1,040-seat theatre for plays. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Displaced Somalis wait to receive food rations at a distribution centre of the World Food program (WFP) in the Dharkenley District of Mogadishu. The camp feeds several hundred families a day amid an increasing number of people depending on food aid in Somalia.Image Credit: AFP

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Veiled public school teachers take part in a protest demanding a pay rise, outside the parliament in Sana'a, Yemen. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
A pupil crosses a snow-covered schoolyard in Hamburg, Germany. Snow and ice caused travel disruptions in several regions in northern Germany on Tuesday. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
A boy is silhouetted as he uses a bamboo stick to row his improvised raft along Karachi's China Creek. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
A Afghan baby boy looks on as women wait for the distribution of food by German humanitarian organisation "KinderBerg International" to local residents in downtown Kunduz, Afghanistan. Image Credit: Reuters

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
A flock of Black Skimmers face a cold blistery wind as they huddle together on Ben T. Davis Beach in Tampa, Florida. Temperatures overnight in Florida are predicted to drop into the upper 20s, as a cold front pushes through the state. Image Credit: AP

Day In Pictures: 14 Dec 2010
Greenpeace activists lie on a banner during a protest against the usage of nuclear power in Bucharest, Romania. The country will lower its participation in two planned nuclear reactors to a minority stake, the economy minister was quoted as saying, a decision which will likely delay works on the units. Its state-owned nuclear power firm already has two 706 megawatt reactors at its plant in Cernavoda, accounting for roughly 20 per cent of national power supply. Image Credit: Reuters

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