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<p>2014- Images of JULY - July 16 - July 23</p> <p>July 16 July 23</p> <p> 2014- Images of JULY July 16 July 23Sources : time.com, reuters.com , boston.com , Pps: chieuquetoi , vinhbinh2011Click to continueAugust 11, 20141</p> <p>1</p> <p>July 16 , 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20142</p> <p>Fishing boats are pictured amid heavy winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun (locally named Glenda) as it hit the town of Imus, Cavite southwest of Manila, on July 16. (Erik De Castro/Reuters) #July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20143</p> <p>People take cover under a tree after strong winds brought by Typhoon Rammasun, locally called Glenda, battered the capital, metro Manila July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY) July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20144</p> <p>Filipino residents flee strong winds and rain brought by typhoon Typhoon Rammasun in Las Pinas city, south of Manila, Philippines, 16 July 2014. Typhoon Rammasun pounded the Philippine capital on 16 July, cutting off power and forcing the Manila to shut down after leaving one person dead in an eastern province. Hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as Rammasun, locally called Glenda, made landfall on 15 July in the eastern Philippines. The typhoon strengthened as it whipped Manila with maximum winds of 150 kilometres per hour (kph) and gusts of up to 185 kph, the weather bureau said. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIGJuly 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20145</p> <p>A squatter's house is pounded by strong winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun as it hit the coastal town of Bacoor, Cavite southwest of Manila, July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. The typhoon, the strongest to hit the country this year, has already torn through eastern islands, toppling trees and power lines and causing blackouts. On Wednesday, it brought storm surges to the Manila Bay area and prompted disaster officials to evacuate slum-dwellers on the capital's outskirts. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20146</p> <p>A man assisted a motorcyclist after he fell along a main road after strong winds brought by Typhoon Rammasun, locally called Glenda, battered the capital, metro Manila July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER) July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20147</p> <p>A fisherman secures his fishpen from strong winds and rain brought by Typhoon Rammasun (locally named Glenda) as it hit the coastal town of Bacoor, Cavite southwest of Manila, July 16, 2014. Philippine authorities evacuated almost 150,000 people from their homes and shuttered financial markets, government offices, businesses and schools on Wednesday as typhoon Rammasun gathered strength and hit the capital, Manila. The typhoon, the strongest to hit the country this year, has already torn through eastern islands, toppling trees and power lines and causing blackouts. On Wednesday, it brought storm surges to the Manila Bay area and prompted disaster officials to evacuate slum-dwellers on the capital's outskirts. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20148</p> <p>A Filipino sits on his tri-bike in a flooded area due to typhoon Rammasun in Manila, Philippines, on July 16. Typhoon Rammasun pounded the Philippine capital, cutting off power and forcing the Manila to shut down after leaving one person dead in an eastern province. Hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes as Rammasun, locally called Glenda, made landfall on 15 July in the eastern Philippines. The typhoon strengthened as it whipped Manila with maximum winds of 150 kilometres per hour (kph) and gusts of up to 185 kph, the weather bureau said. (Dennis M Sabangan/EPA) #July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 20149</p> <p>Filipino children play with a Philippine Flag in a flooded street caused by strong winds and rain brought by typhoon Rammasun in Manila, Philippines, on July 16. At least 12 people have been killed as typhoon Rammasun batters the north-eastern Philippines, disaster relief officials and police say. Eight died after being hit by toppled trees, electric posts or collapsed concrete walls, while three drowned in swollen rivers and one died from a heart attack. (Rictchie B. Tongo/EPA) #July 16, 2014Click to continueAugust 11, 201410</p> <p>A Filipino resident takes pictures using her smartphone outside a flooded village as Typhoon Rammasun batters suburban Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines, on July 16. Typhoon Rammasun knocked out power in many areas but it spared the Philippine capital, Manila, and densely-populated northern provinces from being directly battered Wednesday when its fierce wind shifted slightly away, officials said. (Aaron Favila/Associated Press) #July 16, 2014August 11, 201411</p> <p>Filipino Navy soldiers conduct the rescue of flood victims in the typhoon hit town of Kawit, Cavite province, south of Manila, Philippines, on July 16. Typhoon Rammasun pounded the north-eastern Philippines forcing the capital to shut down and killing at least 15 people. Nine people, including an 11-month-old boy, died after being hit by trees, electric posts, concrete walls or other structures that were toppled or collapsed by winds of up to 150 kilometres per hour (kph). The typhoon, locally called Glenda, whipped Manila for about four hours before weakening to winds up to 140 kilometres per hour (kph) and gusts of up to 170 kph, the weather bureau said. (Philippine Navy via EPA) #July 16, 2014August 11, 201412</p> <p> Filipino residents dismantle a shanty after it was damaged by a barged caused by strong winds and rain brought by typhoon Rammasun along the coastline of the Tondo slum area, in Manila, Philippines, 16 July 2014. EPA/DENNIS M. SABANGANJuly 16, 2014August 11, 201413</p> <p>A Filipino crew ask residents to flee their house after it was damaged by strong winds and rain brought by typhoon Rammasun along the coastline of the Tondo slum area, in Manila, Philippines, on July 16. (Dennis M. Sabangan/EPA) #July 16, 2014August 11, 201414</p> <p>A crowd of Filipino victims wait for relief goods in the typhoon hit town of Bacoor, Cavite province, south of Manila, Philippines, on July 16. (Francis R. Malasig/EPA) #July 16, 2014August 11, 201415</p> <p>A huge tree crushes a car during the onslaught of Typhoon Rammasun, (locally named Glenda) that hit Makati city in Manila July 16, 2014. The typhoon killed at least 10 people as it churned across the Philippines and shut down the capital, cutting power and prompting the evacuation of almost more than 370,000 people, rescue officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mark DeMayo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)July 16, 2014August 11, 201416</p> <p>Residents walk beside a boat destroyed by strong winds brought by Typhoon Rammasun that battered the coastal bay of Baseco compound, metro Manila July 16, 2014. Typhoon Rammasun killed at least 10 people as it churned across the Philippines and hit the capital, prompting the evacuation of almost more than 370,000 people and shutting financial markets, offices and schools, rescue officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) July 16, 2014August 11, 201417</p> <p>A Free Syrian Army fighter runs while holding a weapon in Wadi Al-Dayf in the southern Idlib countryside July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiA Free Syrian Army fighter fires a heavy machine gun as a fellow fighter covers his ears in Wadi Al-Dayf in the southern Idlib countryside July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiFree Syrian Army fighters are seen together in Wadi Al-Dayf in the southern Idlib countryside July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiA general view shows the city of Damascus pictured from Jobar, a suburb of Damascus July 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehWar deepens in SyriaJuly 16, 2014August 11, 201418</p> <p>A Free Syrian Army fighter rides on a bicycle in Jobar, a suburb of Damascus July 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehFree Syrian Army fighters fire a weapon towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Wadi Al-Dayf in the southern Idlib countryside July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiFree Syrian Army fighters walk as they enter a tunnel in the southern part of Maarat Al-Nouman, Idlib July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Rasem GhareebA Free Syrian Army fighter fires towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the southern Idlib countryside July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiWar deepens in SyriaJuly 16, 2014August 11, 201419</p> <p>Syria's President Bashar al-Assad (front on R) reviews a guard of honor before his swearing-in for a new seven-year term at the presidential palace in Damascus July 16, 2014, in this picture released by Syria's national news agency SANA. REUTERS/SANA/HandoutSoldiers loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad sit as they watch TV broadcasting Al-Assad speaking as he is sworn in for a new seven-year term, in a checkpoint in Damascus July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiSmoke rises during heavy fighting between rebel fighters and forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the town of Morek in Hama province July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Badi KhlifFree Syrian Army fighters walk as they hold their weapons in the southern Idlib countryside July 14, 2014. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiWar deepens in SyriaJuly 16, 2014August 11, 201420</p> <p>People sit in a shop as they watch TV broadcasting Syria's President Bashar al-Assad speaking as he is sworn in for a new seven-year term, in Damascus July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki</p> <p>A view of a damaged mosque in Jobar, a suburb of Damascus July 18, 2014. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh</p> <p>A Free Syrian Army fighter runs after he fired a weapon towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in the southern part of Maarat Al-Nouman, Idlib July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Rasem GhareebJuly 16, 2014War deepens in SyriaAugust 11, 201421</p> <p>Residents of the eastern Ukrainian region of Donetsk look out of a bus window as they prepare to depart for Russia to escape the fighting between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian rebels at a collection point in Donetsk, July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR3YUESJuly 16, 2014August 11, 201422</p> <p>Young surfers, nicknamed 'grommets' in local surfing parlance, wait for their friends to finish a post-sunset session on the waves off Wanda Beach in Sydney, July 16, 2014. Many of Sydney's famed beaches remain popular with surfers during the southern hemisphere winter months despite early sunsets and cooler ocean temperatures. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) July 16, 2014August 11, 201423</p> <p>In this Wednesday, July 16, 2014 photo, a Romanian Roma child sits amongst his family belongings at a container settlement outside the Black Sea costal town of Eforie, eastern Romania. Local authorities relocated eight Roma families, of which 19 small children, from a building they were using as shelter in Eforie to a container settlement outside the city limits prompting protests by human rights organizations due to the location's immediate proximity to the city's garbage dump and lack of running water or electricity. The Roma had their homes demolished by authorities last fall because they were built illegally and sought refuge in an abandoned school in town. (AP Photo/Bogdan Chesaru)July 16, 2014August 11, 201424</p> <p>A Palestinian boy carries his belongings as he walks inside his family's house which police said was targeted in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City July 16, 2014. Israel resumed its air strikes in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday a day after holding its fire in deference to an Egyptian-proposed cease-fire deal that failed to get Hamas militants to halt rocket attacks. Gaza medical officials say 195 Palestinians, including at least 150 civilians, among them 31 children, have been killed. One Israeli has been killed in the fighting. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) July 16, 2014August 11, 201425</p> <p>July 16, 2014Volunteer for the 2014 Olympic Games in Nanjing youth level, smiling and waving, Jiangsu Province, July 13, 2014 Nanjing will host the Olympic Games from 16 to August 28August 11, 201426</p> <p>July 16, 2014The contestants competed in the contest weighing 100 kg in stone-lifting sports events Tu'aro Ma'ohi annual Heiva in the capital of the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia group. "Heiva" honor the traditions of Polynesia activities, including a carnival, music, dance, and sports events.August 11, 201427</p> <p>July 16, 2014A man arranged a box containing signatures of Korean propose a law enacted after the disaster especially Sewol ferry sank in mid-April, at Yeouido Park in Seoul. Petition demanding the government to launch an impartial investigation of the disaster,and punish those responsible and take steps to prevent recurrence of the disaster, according to local media.August 11, 201428</p> <p>July 16, 2014Armored vehicles on the Champs-Elysees in the Day military parade celebrating the annual Bastille in Paris, France.August 11, 201429</p> <p>July 16, 2014Soldiers used a crane to lift the tail of a helicopter from a pond after crash in Prey Sar village in the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.August 11, 201430</p> <p>ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATHPalestinians carry the bodies of two boys from the Baker family, whom medics said were killed with other two children from the same family by a shell fired by an Israeli naval gunboat, during their funeral in Gaza City July 16, 2014. Four Palestinian children were killed and one was critically wounded on a Gaza beach on Wednesday by the shell fired by the Israeli naval gunboat, a Palestinian health official said. Asked about the incident, an Israeli military spokesman in Tel Aviv said he was checking the report. Gaza health officials said 207 Palestinians, most of them civilians, had been killed in air and naval barrages, in the worst flareup of Israeli-Palestinian violence in two years. One Israeli has been killed by shelling from Gaza that has made a race to shelter a daily routine for hundreds of thousa...</p>