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DECEMBER 2016 - Photos of the day - Dec. 6 - Dec.11

DECEMBER 2016Pictures of the monthDec.7 Dec. 9vinhbinh2010

DECEMBER 2016Pictures of the monthDec. 6 Dec. 11Sources : reuters, apimages , nbcnewshttps://ppsnet.wordpress.com

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PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016An Iraqi soldier takes cover during clashes with Islamic State militants in the frontline in the neighbourhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran2

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016An Iraqi soldier sits among wreckage of buildings damaged from clashes in the frontline during a battle with Islamic State militants in the neighbourhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran3

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016An Iraqi soldier carries a RPG as he walks among wreckage of buildings damaged from clashes in the frontline during a battle with Islamic State militants in the neighborhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran4

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Iraqi soldiers take cover during clashes with Islamic State militants in the frontline in the neighborhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran5

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Iraqi soldiers walk among wreckage of buildings damaged from clashes in the frontline during a battle with Islamic State militants in the neighborhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran6

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016An Iraqi soldier fires a RPG toward Islamic State militants during clashes in the frontline in the neighborhood of Intisar, eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran7

LAST IN A REMOTE SIBERIAN VILLAGEPhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, talks to his cat Marquis at his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. Baburin, a former Navy man, barge worker and employee of a military plant in Krasnoyarsk, is the last inhabitant of Mikhailovka, which was founded in the 19th century by migrants from Russia's Mordovia region. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran8

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, takes water from a well at a court yard of his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran9

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, reads a book at his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran10

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, fills a bucket with hot water from a barrel at a bath room of his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran11

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, uses a sewing machine at his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran12

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationMIKHAILOVKA, RussiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Mikhail Baburin, 66, decorates a fir tree for New Year and Christmas celebrations in front of his house in the remote Siberian village of Mikhailovka, Krasnoyarsk region, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran13

LIBYAN FORCES CLEAR ISLAMIC STATE FROM SIRTEPhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A fighter of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government waving a Libyan flag flashes victory sign as he stands atop the ruins of a house after forces finished clearing Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the former Islamic State stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran14

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A woman who was released from Islamic State-held ground, receives treatment in a field hospital in Sirte, after Libyan forces cleared Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the group's former stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran15

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government celebrate after they finished clearing Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the former Islamic State stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran16

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A Libyan flag flies as people and Libyan forces celebrate after clearing Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the group's former stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran17

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A fighter of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government carries a girl after she was released from Islamic State-held ground as forces clear Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the group's former stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran18

PhotographerStringer .LocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A man sits atop the ruins of a house as fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government are close to securing last Islamic State holdouts in Sirte. REUTERS/Ayman SahelyDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran19

PhotographerStringer .LocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government celebrate as they are close to securing last Islamic State holdouts in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Ayman SahelyDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran20

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government take cover as they clear Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the former Islamic State stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran21

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Women sit in a pickup truck after they were released by Libyan forces from Islamic State-held ground as forces clear Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the group's former stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran22

PhotographerStringer .LocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government gather atop the ruins of a house as they are close to securing last Islamic State holdouts in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Ayman SahelyDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran23

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A Libyan flag flies as fireworks explode during celebrations after Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government finished clearing Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the former Islamic State stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran24

PhotographerStringer .LocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A fighter of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government covers the dead body of who forces say was an Islamic State militant as they are close to securing last Islamic State holdouts in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Ayman SahelyDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran25

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016A baby, who was released from Islamic State-held ground, lies on a bed in a field hospital in Sirte, after Libyan forces cleared Ghiza Bahriya, the final district of the group's former stronghold of Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran26

PhotographerStringer .LocationULE GLEE, IndonesiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016People survey the damage after dozens of buildings collapsed following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Ule Glee, Pidie Jaya in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. REUTERS/Nunu HusienDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran27

PhotographerStringer .LocationULE GLEE, IndonesiaReuters / Tuesday, December 06, 2016People survey the damage after dozens of buildings collapsed following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Ule Glee, Pidie Jaya in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. REUTERS/Nunu HusienDec. 6 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran28

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PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 02, 2016A curtain hangs out a hole in the wall in a damaged building in rebel-held besieged old Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 2 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran31

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 02, 2016Men ride damaged vehicles with no windshields in a rebel-held besieged area in Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 2 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran32

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 02, 2016A rebel fighter carries food while riding a bicycle and carrying his weapon on his back in rebel-held besieged old Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 2 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran33

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 02, 2016Rebel fighters stand near a damaged bus used as a barricade in the rebel-held besieged Bab al-Hadid neighbourhood of Aleppo. The graffiti on the bus reads in Arabic: "Aleppo is tired mother...19/10/2016 and we still want freedom." REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 2 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran34

PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Saturday, December 03, 2016A general view shows rising smoke after strikes on Aleppo city. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiDec. 3 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran35

PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, December 04, 2016A Russian soldier stands near a bus carrying people who came back to inspect their homes in government controlled Hanono housing district in Aleppo. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiDec. 4 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran36

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016People carry their belongings as they flee the Kadi Askar area towards Bustan al-Qasr neighborhood, in rebel-held besieged Kadi Askar area of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 5, 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran37

PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016Smoke rises near Bustan al-Qasr crossing point in a government controlled area, during clashes with rebels in Aleppo. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiDec. 5 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran38

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016People carry their belongings as they flee Kadi Askar area towards the Bustan al-Qasr neighborhood, in rebel-held besieged Kadi Askar area of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 5 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran39

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016Smoke rises after strikes on the rebel-held besieged neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 5 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran40

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016Men wash the blood stained ground after strikes on rebel-held besieged al-Zebdieh district, in Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 5 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran41

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, December 05, 2016People walk near the blood stained ground after strikes on rebel-held besieged al-Zebdieh district, in Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 5 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran42

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016An injured woman walks at a site hit by an airstrike in the rebel-held al-Ansari neighborhood of Aleppo REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmaiDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran43

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Rebel fighters ride on a pick-up truck mounted with a weapon as they drive in a rebel-held area of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran44

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Civilians carry their belongings as they flee deeper into the remaining rebel-held areas of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran45

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A man covered with dust stands at a site hit by an airstrike in the rebel-held al-Ansari neighborhood of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran46

People carry their belongings while leaving the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo on Dec. 7.

A Syrian rebel spokesman said opposition fighters are retreating in eastern Aleppo under intense government fire that is putting thousands of civilians at risk, calling the collapse "terrifying."

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A member of the government forces pushes an injured woman in a wheelchair as civilians are evacuated from Aleppo's al-Shaar neighborhood after government forces took control of the area in the eastern part of the northern city on Dec. 7.

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PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Civilians carry their belongings as they flee deeper into the remaining rebel-held areas of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran49

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016People ride on a pick-up truck as they flee deeper into the remaining rebel-held areas of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran50

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Men ride a tricycle as they flee deeper into the remaining rebel-held areas of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran51

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A man covered with dust walks at a site hit by an airstrike in the rebel-held al-Ansari neighborhood of Aleppo. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran52

PhotographerMohammed SalemLocationKANOUS, IraqReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Iraqi forces backed by tribal militias during battle to retake village from Islamic State on the eastern bank of the river Tigris Iraq. REUTERS/Mohammed SalemDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran53

PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Motorcyclists pass a damaged section of a road following an earthquake in Meuredu, Pidie Jaya, in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. Antara Foto/Irwansyah PutraDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran54

PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Indonesian rescue workers carry a survivor from a fallen building after an earthquake in Ulee Glee, Pidie Jaya, in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. Antara Foto/AmpelsaDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran55

PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationSIGLI, IndonesiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Injured people receive medical attention at a hospital following an earthquake in Sigli, Pidie regency, in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. Antara Foto/Irwansyah PutraDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran56

PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationTRIENGGADENG, IndonesiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Indonesian rescue workers carry a survivor from a fallen building after an earthquake in Trienggadeng, Pidie Jaya, in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia. Antara Foto/AmpelsaDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran57

PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016People walk near a collapsed mosque following an earthquake in Meuredu, Pidie Jaya in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia in this photo taken by Antara Foto. Antara Foto/ Irwansyah Putra/via REUTERSDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran58

. Indonesian rescuers use an excavator to search for victims. The rescue effort involving thousands of villagers, soldiers and police is concentrated on Meureudu, a severely affected town in Pidie Jaya district.HOTLI SIMANJUNTAK / EPADec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran59

Motorcyclists pass a damaged section of a road following the earthquake.The U.S. Geological Survey said the shallow 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck at 5:03 a.m. (5:03 p.m. Tuesday ET) was centered about 12 miles southeast of Sigli, a town near the northern tip of Aceh, at a depth of 11 miles. The agency had initially placed its epicenter undersea. It did not generate a tsunami.

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The hand of an earthquake survivor is seen under rubble as residents try to rescue him.Maj. Gen. Tatang Sulaiman, chief of the army in Aceh province, said that four people were pulled from the rubble alive, while another four or five people are known to be buried, but he didn't say if they are dead or alive. "Hopefully we would be able to finish the evacuation from the rubble before sunset," he said.

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.Indonesian villagers collect usable belongings from their collapsed building.Some 245 buildings were seriously damaged or destroyed, mostly in Pidie Jaya, including 14 mosques and the remainder largely dwellings and shop houses.

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Indonesian villagers collect usable belongings from their damaged house.HOTLI SIMANJUNTAK / EPADec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran63

Injured people receive medical attention at the hospital.ANTARA FOTO / ReutersDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran64

PhotographerOmar SobhaniLocationKABUL, AFGHANISTANReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A young Afghan cyclist performs with a bicycle during an exercise on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan. REUTERS/Omar SobhaniDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran65

PhotographerDamir SagoljLocationMANILA, PHILIPPINESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A relative holds a cardboard sign next to a picture of Florjohn Cruz inside the house where he was killed in a police drugs buy-bust operation in Manila, Philippines. The sign, which the family said they found at the house, translates as PUSHER AND ADDICT - DONT IMITATE. REUTERS/Damir SagoljDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran66

PhotographerDamir SagoljLocationMANILA, PHILIPPINESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Rita, the wife of Florjohn Cruz, reacts after seeing the body of her husband before his second autopsy performed by the Philippines Commission on Human Rights at Eusebio Funeral Service in Manila. REUTERS/Damir SagoljDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran67

PhotographerDamir SagoljLocationMANILA, PHILIPPINESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A funeral parlour worker applies lipstick on Florjohn Cruz after his autopsy at Eusebio Funeral Service in Manila. REUTERS/Damir SagoljDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran68

PhotographerDamir SagoljLocationMANILA, PHILIPPINESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Funeral parlour workers prepare a coffin for Florjohn Cruz after his autopsy at Eusebio Funeral Service in Manila. REUTERS/Damir SagoljDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran69

PhotographerHugh GentryLocationHONOLULU, USAReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Pearl Harbor survivor Robert Coles salutes active U.S. service members after the ceremonies honoring the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor at Kilo Pier on Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii. REUTERS/Hugh GentryDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran70

PhotographerHugh GentryLocationHONOLULU, USAReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Pearl Harbor survivors Delton Walling (C), Gilbert Meyer (R) and U.S. Navy Admiral Margaret Kibben salute during a ceremony honoring the sailors of the USS Utah at the memorial on Ford Island at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii. REUTERS/Hugh GentryDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran71

PhotographerHugh GentryLocationHONOLULU, USAReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Pearl Harbor survivor Fred Smith signs his autograph for Melissa Downy before the ceremonies honoring the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor at Kilo Pier on Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii. REUTERS/Hugh GentryDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran72

PhotographerHugh GentryLocationHONOLULU, USAReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Pearl Harbor survivor Delton Walling talks to well wishers before the ceremonies honoring the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, at Kilo Pier on Joint Base Pearl Harbor - Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii. REUTERS/Hugh GentryDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran73

PhotographerHugh GentryLocationHONOLULU, USAReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Pearl Harbor survivor Bill Hughes, who was aboard the USS Utah when it was attacked, arrives at a ceremony honoring the sailors of the USS Utah at the memorial on Ford Island at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii. REUTERS/Hugh GentryDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran74

PhotographerIlya NaymushinLocationKRASNOYARSK, RussiaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A visitor and an employee dressed as Snegurochka (Snow Maiden), the granddaughter of Ded Moroz (Russian equivalent of Santa Claus), pose for a picture inside an upside down house, constructed as an attraction for local residents and tourists and located at the Royev Ruchey Park of Flora and Fauna in the suburbs of Krasnoyarsk, Russia. REUTERS/Ilya NaymushinDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran75

PhotographerEdgard GarridoLocationBIRAN, CubaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Martin Castro, 87, half-brother of Cuba's former President Fidel Castro, poses for a photograph at his home in Biran, Cuba. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido TDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran76

PhotographerGuadalupe PardoLocationLIMA, PERUReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Fernando Jesus Canchari, dressed as a friar jumps from a 43 foot high cliff along Herradura Beach in Lima. REUTERS/Guadalupe PardoDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran77

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Britain's Prince Harry takes part in a charity trading day at ICAP with Amanda Hartnell and Dermot Doherty on the European Repo Desk in support of his charity Sentebale, in London. REUTERS/Geoff Pugh/PoolDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran78

PhotographerJonathan ErnstLocationWASHINGTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell welcomes Ben Carson, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to be secretary of housing and urban development, in his office at the Capitol in Washington. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran79

PhotographerHani AmaraLocationTAJOURA, LibyaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016The dead bodies of migrants that washed ashore are seen in body bags at a beach in the coastal town of Tajoura, east of Tripoli, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran80

PhotographerMario AnzuoniLocationHOLLYWOOD, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Actors Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling show their hands after placing them in cement during a ceremony in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran81

PhotographerStringer .LocationSAINTE MARIE, MadagascarReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Jiang Hui Be of China, a relative of some passengers examines debris suspected to be from a Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, that went missing more than two years ago at the Sainte Marie island in the Analanjirofo Region of Madagascar ahead of the searching of the country's beaches for debris from the missing plane. REUTERS/Clarel Faniry RasoanaivoDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran82

PhotographerJim YoungLocationNILES, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Chicago Police officers salute Officer Michael Walters and his explosives detection canine "Bob" as they arrive at the Niles Veterinary Hospital where the dog is to be humanely euthanized after being diagnosed with brain cancer in Niles, Illinois. REUTERS/Jim YoungDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran83

PhotographerLuc GnagoLocationACCRA, GhanaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A woman casts her ballot at a polling station in stronghold of presidential candidate Nana Akufo-Addo of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Kibi. REUTERS/Luc GnagoDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran84

Members of the public enjoy a Christmas tree maze in Edinburgh, Scotland on Dec. 7. The Christmas Market hosts a number of stalls and attractions including an ice rink, carousel, and Big Wheel, and runs through the first week of January.Jeff J Mitchell / Getty ImagesDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran85

Residents gather at the front of a small house that holds fifteen people in the Mangueira 'favela' community on Dec. 7 in Rio de Janeiro. Much of the Mangueira 'favela' community sits about a kilometer away from Maracana stadium, the site of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The stadium received hundreds of millions of dollars in renovations ahead of the World Cup and Olympics but residents of the community say they received few if any tangible benefits from the mega-events.Mario Tama / Getty ImagesDec. 7 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran86

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Investigators examine the wreckage of a passenger plane near village of Gugh, Pakistan, on Dec. 8. B.K. Bangash / APDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran88

Villagers gather near the crash site. Aamir Qureshi / AFP - Getty ImagesDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran89

Haze shrouds the Defense business district in Paris on Dec. 8. YOAN VALAT / EPADec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran90

The Eiffel tower is shrouded in haze as the sun rises in Paris on Dec. 8. IAN LANGSDON / EPADec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran91

PhotographerJaime SaldarriagaLocationCALI, COLOMBIAReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A woman lights candles, next to a grave in the cemetery "Jardines de la Aurora", to mark the beginning of the Christmas festivities, in Cali, Colombia. REUTERS/Jaime SaldarriagaDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran92

JOHN GLENN: 1921 - 2016PhotographerNASA NASALocationWASHINGTON, United StatesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., in his Mercury flight suit. Courtesy NASA/Handout via REUTERSDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran93GALLERY PHOTOS

PhotographerHandout .LocationWASHINGTON, USAReuters / Thursday, May 21, 2009John Glenn as he enters the Mercury spacecraft Friendship 7 prior to launch on February 20, 1962. Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth in this spacecraft. REUTERS/FileDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran94GALLERY PHOTOS

PhotographerNASA NASALocationCOCOA BEACH, United StatesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016President John F. Kennedy, John Glenn and General Leighton I. Davis ride together during a parade three days after Glenn's historic first U.S. orbital spacefight, in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Courtesy NASADecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran95GALLERY PHOTOS

President Bill Clinton gets a helping of a space shuttle meal from senator/astronaut John Glenn while shuttle commander Curt Brown looks on, during a tour of the space shuttle mockup at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Texas on April 14, 1998.

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PhotographerKevin LamarqueLocationWASHINGTON, United StatesReuters / Tuesday, May 29, 2012President Obama awards a 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom to John Glenn. Even before his Mercury flight, Glenn qualified for hero status, earning six Distinguished Flying Crosses and flying more than 150 missions in World War Two and the Korean War. After Korea, Glenn became a test pilot, setting a transcontinental speed record from Los Angeles to New York in 1957. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran97GALLERY PHOTOS

PhotographerMike SegarLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Law enforcement personnel look on from a rooftop while President-elect Donald Trump's plane takes off as Trump is travelling to Ohio from LaGuardia Airport in New York City, December 8, 2016. REUTERS/Mike SegarDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran98

DESPERATE FOR SUPPLIES IN MOSULPhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis wait to receive aid outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran99

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Rebel fighters carry their weapons as they pose in a rebel-held area of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran100

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A Civil Defence member rolls a cigarette in a rebel-held area of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran101

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis wait outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran102

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi police officer gestures for Iraqi women to move back as they wait outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran103

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi child cries as she waits with her brother to receive aid outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran104

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi girl runs outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran105

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis wait outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran106

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis wait outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran107

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi boy holds the hand of his sister as they wait to receive aid outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran108

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi man waits outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran109

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016An Iraqi girl waits outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran110

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis wait outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran111

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqi soldiers distribute water to children outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran112

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis gather outside a distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran113

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqis gather outside distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah.Dec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran114

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016People react as Iraqi police fire shots in the air to control a crowd of people overrunning an aid distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmad JadallahDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran115

PhotographerAhmed JadallahLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016People react as Iraqi police fire shots in the air to control a crowd of people overrunning an aid distribution point run by United Nations agencies at Zahra district, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed JadallahDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran116

PhotographerMohammed SalemLocationKANOUS, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqi militiawoman Miaad al-Jubbouri stands near Iraqi soldiers during their fight against Islamic State militants, east of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Mohammed SalemDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran117

PhotographerAlaa Al-MarjaniLocationBARTILA, IraqReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Iraqi army fires towards Islamic State militant positions in Mosul from outskirts of Bartila, Iraq. REUTERS/Alaa Al-MarjaniDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran118

PhotographerDarren WhitesideLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A man retrieves fans from a collapsed shop following a strong earthquake in Meureudu, Pidie Jaya, Aceh province, Indonesia. REUTERS/Darren WhitesideDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran119

PhotographerDarren WhitesideLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A man retrieves goods from a collapsed shop following a strong earthquake in Meureudu, Pidie Jaya, Aceh province, Indonesia. REUTERS/Darren WhitesideDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran120

PhotographerDarren WhitesideLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Rescue teams use heavy equipment to dig through a collapsed building following a strong earthquake in Meureudu market, Pidie Jaya, Aceh province, Indonesia. REUTERS/Darren WhitesideDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran121

PhotographerDarren WhitesideLocationPIDIE JAYA, IndonesiaReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A man looks at the damage to buildings following this week's strong earthquake in Meureudu, Pidie Jaya, Aceh province, Indonesia. REUTERS/Darren WhitesideDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran122

PhotographerNacho DoceLocationSAO PAULO, BRAZILReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Rodrigo (R), 26, Wam (C), 24, and Teflon, 19, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community who have been invited to live in a building that the roofless movement has occupied, relax in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil. REUTERS/Nacho DoceDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran123

PhotographerMike SegarLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016A man wearing a mask of former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton walks through the lobby of Trump Tower, where President-elect Donald Trump lives, in New York. REUTERS/Mike SegarDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran124

PhotographerStefan WermuthLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May reacts as the Downing Street Christmas tree lights are turned on in London, Britain. REUTERS/Stefan WermuthDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran125

PhotographerSuhaib SalemLocationGAZA CITY, Palestinian TerritoriesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Palestinians pray as others stand near the bodies of two Hamas militants who were killed when a tunnel collapsed on Wednesday, during their funeral at a mosque in Gaza City. REUTERS/Suhaib SalemDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran126

PhotographerJonathan ErnstLocationWASHINGTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) applauds retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) (L) during a ceremony to unveil a portrait honoring Reid on Capitol Hill in Washington. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran127

PhotographerMark KauzlarichLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Fans of former Beatle John Lennon gather at the Imagine mosaic in the Strawberry Fields section of New York's Central Park to mark the 36th anniversary of his death, in New York. REUTERS/Mark KauzlarichDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran128

PhotographerOswaldo RivasLocationMANAGUA, NICARAGUAReuters / Thursday, December 08, 2016Children walk in line after receiving their first holy communion at Metropolitan Cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua. REUTERS/Oswaldo RivasDec. 8 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran129

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A man holds the hand of a boy as they flee deeper into the remaining rebel-held areas of Aleppo on Dec. 9.

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A rebel fighter fires towards pro-government positions west of the northern city of Aleppo on Dec. 9.

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Civilians sit inside a damaged house in a government held area of Aleppo on Dec. 9.

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PhotographerStringer .LocationSEOUL, South KoreaReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People react after impeachment vote on South Korean President Park Geun-hye was passed, in front of the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea. The sign reads "Step Down Park Geun-hye". News1 via REUTERSDec. 9 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran134

Police officers try to drag a protesting farmer from a tractor in front of the National Assembly on Dec. 9.

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A man swims after breaking the ice on a frozen lake at a park in Shenyang, China on Dec. 9, 2016.SHENG LI / ReutersDec. 9 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran136

PhotographerStringer .LocationCEUTA, SPAINReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016An African migrant reacts on a road after crossing the border fence between Morocco and Spain's north African enclave of Ceuta. REUTERS/M. MartinDec. 9 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran137

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A general view shows the Old City of Aleppo as seen from Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiALEPPO BEFORE THE WARDec. 11 , 2009December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran138

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A view shows part of Queiq River in Aleppo city, Syria October 5, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran139Oct. 5 , 2010

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Visitors walk inside Aleppo's Umayyad mosque, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran140Oct. 6 , 2010

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Tourists vist the historical Hamam El Nahasin, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran141Oct. 6 , 2010

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Customers, covered in towels, rest after taking a bath at the historical Hamam El Nahasin, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran142Oct. 6 , 2010

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk near Aleppo's Bab al-Faraj Clock Tower, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran143Oct. 6 , 2010

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A general view shows Aleppo's legendary Baron Hotel, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran144Dec. 9 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Visitors tour Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran145Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People tour inside Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran146Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People are seen outside Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran147Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A view shows part of Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran148Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk inside the Khan al-Shounah market, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran149Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A vendor sits inside an antique shop in al-Jdeideh neighbourhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran150Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man crosses a street in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran151Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Costa Coffee and Second Cup coffee branches are seen inside the Shahba Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran152Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People stand inside the Shahba Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran153Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Christmas ornaments decorate a balcony in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran154Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man walks past a shop in al-Jdeideh neighbourhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran155Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk in al-Jdeideh neighbourhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran156Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk inside the Shahba Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran157Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk in the Town Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran158Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A church is pictured in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran159Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man walks past shops in al-Jdeideh neighborhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran160Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man stands outside an antiques shop in al-Jdeideh neighborhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AsiaDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran161Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A view shows a Mashrabiya in al-Jdeideh neighborhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AsiaDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran162Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A view shows the entrance of the Shahba Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran163Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk along a street near Aleppo's historic citadel, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran164Dec. 12 , 2009

December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran165ALEPPO THEN AND NOW

ALEPPO THEN AND NOWPhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Visitors walk inside Aleppo's Umayyad mosque, Syria October 6, 2010. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran166Oct. 6 , 2010

PhotographerMolhem BarakatLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Sunday, December 15, 2013A general view of damage in the Umayyad mosque of Old Aleppo, December 15, 2013. REUTERS/Molhem BarakatDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran167Dec. 15 , 2013

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A general view shows the Old City of Aleppo as seen from Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran168Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016A general view taken with a drone shows the Old City of Aleppo and Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria October 12, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran169Oct. 12 , 2016

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Friday, October 17, 2014A general view shows damage inside Shahba Mall, one of the largest commercial shopping centres in Syria, that was targeted by what activists said were airstrikes by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in northern Aleppo countryside October 16, 2014. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran170Oct. 16 , 2014

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People stand inside the Shahba Mall in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man walks past shops in al-Jdeideh neighborhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran171Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, November 28, 2016A civil defence member inspects the damage after their centre was hit by an airstrike hit in a rebel held area of Aleppo, Syria August 12, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail/filesDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran172Aug. 12 , 2016

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Thursday, November 17, 2016Men salvage belongings from their damaged shops at a site hit yesterday by airstrikes in the rebel held al-Shaar neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran173Nov. 17 , 2016

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man crosses a street in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran174Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, December 07, 2016Residents walk near damaged buildings in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran175May 5 , 2016

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People walk in al-Jdeideh neighbourhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran176Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Monday, October 17, 2016People inspect a damaged site after an air strike Sunday in the rebel-held besieged al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria October 17, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran177Oct. 17 , 2016

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A man walks past a shop in al-Jdeideh neighbourhood, in the Old City of Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran178Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Monday, November 28, 2016A civil defence member runs at a market hit by air strikes in Aleppo's rebel-held al-Fardous district, Syria October 12, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail/filesDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran179Oct. 12 , 2014

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016A church is pictured in Aleppo, Syria December 12, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran180Dec. 12 , 2009

PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Saturday, November 19, 2016People walk near rubble of damaged buildings, in the rebel-held besieged area of Aleppo, Syria November 19, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran181Nov. 19 , 2016

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016People tour inside Aleppo's historic citadel, Syria December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran182Dec. 11 , 2009

PhotographerGeorge OurfalianLocationALEPPO, SyriaReuters / Wednesday, October 01, 2014A general view shows damage at Aleppo's historic citadel, which is controlled by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, October 1, 2014. REUTERS/George OurfalianDecember 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran183Oct. 1 , 2014

South Korea's parliament voted overwhelmingly to impeach President Park Geun-hye on Friday after a huge political scandal involving a childhood friend and confidant left her isolated and loathed.

Above: Protesters celebrate news of the impeachment outside the National Assembly in Seoul on Dec. 9, 2016.

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A lawmaker prays after voting on the impeachment bill at the National Assembly in Seoul on Dec. 9.

Park Geun-hye apologized on Friday for the political "chaos" in the country and urged the government to remain vigilant on the economy and national security.

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Officials and lawmakers count votes after voting on the impeachment bill at the National Assembly on Dec. 9.Prosecutors say Park colluded in Choi Soon-sil's criminal activities to manipulate government affairs and extort businesses.Kim Hong-Ji / AFP - Getty ImagesDec. 9 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran186

Protesters celebrate the impeachment outside the National Assembly on Dec. 9.

Protesters are angered by Park's relationship with Choi Soon-sil who is accused of massive influence peddling.

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.People interact with "Luminous Lawn" which is part of the exhibit "Enchanted: Forest of Light" at Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, California, on the evening of Dec. 9.

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PhotographerMohammed SalemLocationQARAQOSH, IraqReuters / Friday, December 09, 2016Iraqi soldiers look at the heavily damaged Church of the Immaculate Conception after Iraqi forces recaptured it from Islamic State e in Qaraqosh, near Mosul. REUTERS/Mohammed SalemDec. 9 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran189

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.A Syrian medic treats a child suffering from respiratory distress symptoms at a field hospital in the al-Kallaseh neighborhood of Aleppo on Dec. 10.

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Fireworks are set off as a Christmas tree is illuminated in Dhour Shweir, Lebanon, on Dec. 10.

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.French President Francois Hollande attends a ceremony to pay tribute to disabled and sick victims of WWII at Trocadero square, facing the Eiffel tower, in Paris on Dec. 10.

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Police officers stand inside a damaged bus after an explosion around Vodafone Arena Stadium in Istanbul on Dec. 10.At least 20 people were wounded in what the Interior Ministry called a car bomb attack after two explosions were heard outside Besiktas Stadium a few hours after the night's soccer match.SEDAT SUNA / EPA-10Dec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran194

President-elect Donald Trump waves to the crowd from a suite during the first quarter of the 117 annual Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium on Dec. 10.

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A bartender in festive costume pours beer at Ainsworth Park, the first bar stop in a traditional pub crawl for Santa Con in New York on Dec. 10.

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Children play among the snow-covered trees at the Tbilisi National Park outside Tbilisi, Georgia, Dec. 10.

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Guests attend the Nobel Prize Banquet at City Hall on Dec. 10 in Stockholm.

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A Kashmiri Muslim man offers prayers on the banks of Dal Lake, during a cold and foggy day in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, Dec. 10.

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Migrating gray cranes fly over the Agamon Hula Conservation Lake in northern Israel, a major stopover for migrating birds along the Syrian-African Rift, on Dec. 10.ATEF SAFADI / EPA

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DEADLY BOMBING AT AN ISTANBUL SOCCER STADIUMPhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016A damaged vehicle is seen after a blast in Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran201

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Turkish policemen at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran202

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016An injured policeman lies on a stretcher at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran203

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Police extinguish a burning car using a water cannon after a blast in Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran204

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016A member of the police special forces stands guard near the scene after a blast in Istanbul, Turkey, early December 11, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran205

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Police arrive at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran206

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Police and ambulances arrive at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran207

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Police arrive at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey, December 10, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran208

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Police arrive at the site of an explosion in central Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran209

PhotographerMario AnzuoniLocationHOLLYWOOD, United StatesReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Actor Terry Crews poses next to an "X-wing fighter" on the red carpet as he arrives at the world premiere of the film "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" in Hollywood, California. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran210

PhotographerPeter NichollsLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016A man dressed as Santa Claus relieves himself during the Santacon event in London, Britain. REUTERS/Peter NichollsDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran211

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationSEOUL, South KoreaReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Protesters hold candles during a rally against South Korean President Park Geun-Hye in central Seoul, South Korea. REUTERS/Jung Yeon-Je/PoolDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran212

PhotographerThomas MukoyaLocationKIMANA, KenyaReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016A Maasai moran athlete is reflected in a grooming mirror as he smears his colleague's face with red ocher paint during preparations for the 2016 Maasai Olympics at the Sidai Oleng Wildlife Sanctuary, at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro, near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kimana, Kajiado, Kenya. REUTERS/Thomas MukoyaDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran213

PhotographerAlaa Al-MarjaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Saturday, December 10, 2016Members of the Iraqi Army fire towards Islamic State militant positions at the south of Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Alaa Al-MarjaniDec. 10 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran214

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A police brigadier general addresses men who were evacuated from the eastern districts of Aleppo as part of a preparation to begin their military service at a police center in Aleppo on Dec. 11.

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PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Sunday, December 11, 2016People carry the flag-draped coffins of police officers killed in Saturday's blasts in Istanbul, Turkey, December 11, 2016. REUTERS/Murad SezerDec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran217

PhotographerOsman OrsalLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Sunday, December 11, 2016A woman kisses a police car at the scene of Saturday's blasts in Istanbul, Turkey, December 11, 2016. REUTERS/Osman OrsalDec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran218

Revelers attend Rio de Janeiro's 21st Gay Pride Parade at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Dec. 11, 2016.Marchers called for expanded rights and protection from violence for those in the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community.

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Two women kiss during the parade.The focus of this year's parade was for the approval of a bill which would require Brazil's public health system (SUS) and private health plans to pay for hormonal treatments and sex-change surgeries to all those over eighteen years of age.Leo Correa / APDec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran220

Revelers at the Parade.PILAR OLIVARES / ReutersDec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran221

People gather outside St. Peter and St. Paul Coptic Orthodox Church (L, foreground) that was targeted by a bombing, while the Coptic Cathedral is in the background, in Cairo, Egypt, on Dec. 11 2016.

The blast took place as the mass being held in the chapel was about to end and coincided with a national holiday in Egypt marking the birth of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.

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.Egyptian security forces and members of the clergy inspect the scene of the explosion.

Egypt's official MENA news agency said an assailant lobbed a bomb into a chapel close to the outer wall of St Mark's Cathedral.

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Egyptian security forces stand guard at the scene of the bomb explosion.KHALED DESOUKI / AFP - Getty Images-11Dec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran224

A relative of one of the blast victims is comforted by a police officer.

The Egyptian Government has declared three days of mourning following the bombing.

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.Pieces from a damaged bench lie scattered inside St. Mark Cathedral.

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Egyptian security officials and investigators inspect the scene of the bombing.AMR ABDALLAH DALSH / Reuters-11Dec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran227

A nun cries as she stands at the scene inside the Coptic cathedral.AMR ABDALLAH DALSH / Reuters-11Dec. 11 , 2016December 18, 2016vinhbinh2010 , lantran228

Members of special police forces stand guard to secure the area around after the explosion.

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.An man shows small pieces of metal outside Saint Peter and Saint Paul Coptic Orthodox Church.

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People chant slogans as they gather outside St. Peter and St. Paul Coptic Orthodox Church following a bombing in Cairo, Egypt.

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An Egyptian Coptic nun weeps as she looks at damages inside St. Mark Cathedral in central Cairo.

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An Egyptian Coptic pope inspects damaged caused by the blast at St. Mark Cathedral.

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