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JANUARY 2017Pictures of the dayJan. 1 Jan. 62/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20101PPS by : https://ppsnet.wordpress.comSources : reuters.com , AP images , nbcnews.com ,

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A bus drives past a soldier patrolling the ancient Colosseum area in Rome on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. Italy has been strengthening security measures for areas where crowds are expected. (Claudio Peri/ANSA via AP)Dec. 28 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20103

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A farmer walks in a field on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016. Over 70 percent of India's 1.25 billion citizens rely on agriculture for survival. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath)Dec. 29 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20104

A plume of smoke rises as Iraqi elite counterterrorism forces fight Islamic State militants to regain control of the Quds neighborhood of Mosul, Iraq, on Friday, Dec. 30, 2016. Iraqi government forces launched a large-scale offensive in mid-October to retake Mosul, the last major urban center held by the extremist group in Iraq. The offensive, however, had stalled about two months later because of the presence inside Mosul of some one million civilians, stiff IS resistance and the lack of urban warfare experience among some Iraqi units. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)Dec. 30 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20105

Syrian refugee Fatima Slu, 5, and her brother, Banken, 6, whose family fled from Aleppo, look out from their family's shelter during a snowfall at the Ritsona, Greece refugee camp about 86 kilometers (53 miles) north of Athens, on Friday, Dec. 30, 2016. Over 62,000 refugees and migrants are stranded in Greece after a series of Balkan border closures and a European Union deal with Turkey to stop migrant flows. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)Dec. 30 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20106

PhotographerFredy BuilesLocationENVIGADO, COLOMBIAReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A monkey balloon is seen during the 16th Solar Balloon Festival in Envigado, Colombia. REUTERS/Fredy BuilesDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20107

PhotographerStringer .LocationDENPASAR, IndonesiaReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A man paddles his canoe during sunrise at Sanur Beach in Denpasar, Bali Island, Indonesia. REUTERS/Agung ParameswaraDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20108

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A man rides a bicycle near damaged buildings in the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh20109

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A activist holds a balloon before releasing it towards Damascus city, on the first day of the truce, marking the end of the year and also to send a message that civil activity will continue in the rebel- held Jobar, a suburb of Damascus, Syria December 30, 2016. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201010Dec. 31 , 2016

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A displaced Iraqi man, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, pushes a man in a wheelchair at Intisar district of eastern Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201011

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A member of Iraqi security forces inspects a house in the Intisar district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, December 31, 2016. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201012

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016An Iraqi air force helicopter launches flares during a battle with Islamic State militants, in Intisar district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, December 31, 2016. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201013

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Saturday, December 31, 2016A member of Iraqi security forces looks at the body of an Islamic State militant who was killed during the clashes in the Intisar district. REUTERS/Khalid al Mousily2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201014Dec. 31 , 2016

Revelers gather in Times Square on New Year's Eve in New York on December 31, 2016.STEPHANIE KEITH / ReutersDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201015

An FBI agent walks past revelers gathered in Times Square on New Year's Eve in New York.STEPHANIE KEITH / ReutersDec. 31 , 20162/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201016

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Fireworks illuminate the sky above Sydney Harbour with its Opera House and Harbour Bridge, in Sydney, Australia, on Jan. 1 2017.

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Performers gather as they attend the countdown event to celebrate the arrival 2017 during celebrations at Beijing Olympic Park in China on Jan. 1 2017.WU HONG / EPAJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201020

People watch the fireworks exploding over Copacabana beach during the New Year's Eve celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.Leo Correa / APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201021

Revelers celebrate the new year as confetti flies over New York's Times Square as seen from the Marriott Marquis, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.Mary Altaffer / APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201022

. Kaitlin Olivi of Yonkers, N.Y., and Lucas Pereira, of Sayreville, N.J., kiss as confetti falls during a celebration of the new year in New York's Times Square, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.Craig Ruttle / APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201023

Fireworks illuminate the sky over the Big Ben and The London Eye during New Year's Eve celebrations in London on January 1 2017.HANNAH MCKAY / EPAJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201024

People celebrate New Year's Eve at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.OLIVER WEIKEN / EPAJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201025

Fireworks explode by the Big Ben clocktower in London.NEIL HALL / ReutersJan 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201026

Fireworks explode over the Arc de Triomphe monument illuminated by a laser and 3D mapping display on the theme of the Paris 2024 bid for the Olympic Games, as part of New Year celebrations on January 1, 2017 in Paris.LIONEL BONAVENTURE / AFP - Getty ImagesJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201027

Fireworks explode above the ancient Parthenon temple atop the Acropolis hill during New Year celebrations in Athens.ANGELOS TZORTZINIS / AFP - Getty ImagesJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201028

Fireworks explode over the Kremlin in Red Square which was blocked by police during New Year celebrations in Moscow, Russia.Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr / APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201029

Fireworks explode behind the Quadriga statue of the Brandenburg Gate on the occasion of New Year's Eve celebrations in Berlin.CLEMENS BILAN / EPAJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201030

Visitors to the Lincoln Memorial gather at the top of the steps to watch the first sunrise of the new year in Washington on Jan. 1.

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PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Iraqi security forces members use a drone during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Intisar district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201032

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017An Iraqi security forces member inspects ammunition during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Intisar district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201033

PhotographerAri JalalLocationERBIL, IraqReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017A child wounded by mortar shells in Mosul lies in a hospital west of Erbil, Iraq, January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Ari JalalJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201034

PhotographerAri JalalLocationERBIL, IraqReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017A child wounded by mortar shells in Mosul lies in a hospital west of Erbil, Iraq, January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Ari JalalJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201035

A Turkish police officer stands guard near the site where a gunman opened fire in a crowded nightclub early on Jan. 1, 2017 in Istanbul.

A massive security operation unfolded to track down the fugitive assailant or assailants and any conspirators.

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The Reina nightclub is seen from the Bosphorus.

Some people jumped into the water to save themselves after the gunman began shooting at random just over an hour into the new year.

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.Emergency personnel carry away an injured woman at the site of the attack.

The Reina Club, where the attack took place, is one of Istanbul's best known nightspots, popular with local high society and foreigners. Some 600 people were thought to be inside when the gunman first shot dead a policeman and civilian at the door, then forced his way in and opened fire.

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An armored police vehicle blocks a road leading to the nightclub.

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People leave the scene of the attack.

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Ambulances are lined up near the scene of the attack.Depo Photos via APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201041

A Turkish coast guard boat patrols in front of the Reina nightclub on the Bosphorous strait the morning after the attack.

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Relatives carry the coffin of Ayhan Arik, a victim of the attack, during his funeral in Istanbul on Jan. 1.Osman Orsal / ReutersJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201043

Relatives of Ayhan Arik mourn during his funeral.Ozan Kose / AFP - Getty ImagesJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201044

A tear rolls down the cheek of a mourner at the funeral of Ayhan Arik.Osman Orsal / ReutersJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201045

A young woman cries as she leaves flowers for the victims outside the nightclub on Jan. 1.Related: Manhunt Launched for Terrorist Who Killed 39Emrah Gurel / APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201046

PhotographerUmit BektasLocationISTANBUL, TURKEYReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Flowers are placed in front of a police barrier near the entrance of Reina nightclub by the Bosphorus, which was attacked by a gunman, in Istanbul, Turkey, January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Umit BektasJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201047

NetherlandsBathers in nurse outfits return to the beach during the Nieuwjaarsduik, or New Year's Dive, in Scheveningen.Bart Maat / EPAJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201048

New YorkA man dressed as Santa Claus participates in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Coney Island, Brooklyn.Stephanie Keith / ReutersJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201049

CanadaRevelers brave pack ice as they participate in the annual New Year's Day polar bear dip in Charlottetown Harbour on Prince Edward Island. High winds pushed the ice against the shore, forcing swimmers to improvise.Andrew Vaughan / Canadian Press via APJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201050

GermanySwimmers with the Berlin Sea Dogs hold sheets of ice in their hands during a New Year's Day dip in Berlin's Lake Orankesee.

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SloveniaRevellers jump into the sea in Portoroz.Srdjan Zivulovic / ReutersJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201052

PolandA group of New Year's Day swimmers stands together in the Baltic Sea in Gdansk.Adam Warzawa / EPAJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201053

SpainA large crowd enters the water at Sant Sebastia beach in Barcelona.

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Belgium

Revellers take part in a New Year's dive in Ostend on the North Sea coast.PHOTOS: New Year's Eve Celebrations Around the WorldERIC VIDAL / ReutersJan 1 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201055

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Fireworks and confetti mark the new year in Times Square in New York. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201056

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Mariah Carey performs during a concert in Times Square on New Year's Eve in New York. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201057

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017A person wearing a Hillary Clinton mask participates in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Coney Island in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201058

PhotographerHUSEYIN ALDEMIRLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Flowers are placed outside the Reina nightclub by the Bosphorus, which was attacked by a gunman, in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Huseyin AldemirJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201059

PhotographerStringer .LocationCEUTA, SPAINReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017An African migrant stands on top of a border fence as Spanish police stand guard below during a failed attempt to cross into Spanish territories, between Morocco and Spain's north African enclave of Ceuta. REUTERS/Jose Antonio SempereJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201060

PhotographerKhaled AbdullahLocationSANAA, YemenReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Newly recruited Houthi fighters parade before heading to the frontline to fight against government forces, in Sanaa, Yemen. REUTERS/Khaled AbdullahJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201061

PhotographerRogan WardLocationDURBAN, South AfricaReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Revellers enjoy New Year's Day on a beach in Durban, South Africa. REUTERS/Rogan WardJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201062

PhotographerNeil HallLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Hats and musical instruments lie in the street before the New Year's Day parade in London, Britain. REUTERS/Neil HallJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201063

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017People participate in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Coney Island, New York City. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201064

PhotographerSrdjan ZivulovicLocationPORTOROZ, SloveniaReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Revellers take part in New Year's Jump into the Sea in Portoroz, Slovenia. REUTERS/Srdjan ZivulovicJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201065

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017People participate in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Coney Island, New York. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201066

PhotographerRussell CheyneLocationSOUTH QUEENSFERRY, United KingdomReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017Swimmers in fancy dress participate in the New Year's Day Loony Dook swim at South Queensferry in Scotland, Britain. REUTERS/Russell CheyneJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201067

PhotographerStephanie KeithLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, January 01, 2017A man wearing an United States flag themed outfit prepares to participate in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Coney Island, New York January 1, 2017. REUTERS/Stephanie KeithJan. 1 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201068

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PhotographerFeisal OmarLocationMOGADISHU, SomaliaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Somali policemen look at the wreckage of a destroyed car at the scene of a suicide attack at a checkpoint outside the main base of an African Union peacekeeping force in the Somali capital Mogadishu. REUTERS/Feisal OmarJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201070

PhotographerChina Stringer NetworkLocationQINGDAO, CHINAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A local man dives into the water at the seaside to celebrate new year in Qingdao, Shandong province, China. REUTERS/StringerJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201071

PhotographerFrancois LenoirLocationBRUSSELS, BelgiumReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A woman walks her dog through a snow-covered park in Brussels, Belgium. REUTERS/Francois LenoirJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201072

PhotographerDenis BalibouseLocationLES BRENETS, SWITZERLANDReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A man skates on the frozen Doubs river at the Swiss - French border in Les Brenets, Switzerland. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201073

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017An overcrowded raft drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast, before lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard, including two pregnant women and five children. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201074

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017An overcrowded raft drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast, before lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard, including two pregnant women and five children. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201075

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Lifeguards ferry migrants to the former fishing vessel Golfo Azzurro during a rescue operation, as lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard a drifting raft, including two pregnant women and five children, as it drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201076

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A lifeguard passes life jackets as migrants try to reach a rescue craft from their overcrowded raft, as lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard, including two pregnant women and five children, as it drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201077

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A lifeguard pulls a migrant child to a rescue boat from an overcrowded raft, as lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard, including two pregnant women and five children, as it drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakiJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201078

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A child reacts among migrants as they try to reach a rescue craft from their overcrowded raft, while lifeguards from the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms rescue all 112 on aboard, including two pregnant women and five children, as it drifts out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201079

PhotographerUmit BektasLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017The mother of Fatih Cakmak, a security guard and a victim of an attack by a gunman at Reina nightclub, reacts during his funeral in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Umit BektasJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201080

PhotographerYagiz KarahanLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A woman reacts outside the Reina nightclub by the Bosphorus, which was attacked by a gunman, in Istanbul, Turkey, January 2, 2017. REUTERS/Yagiz KarahanJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201081

PhotographerOsman OrsalLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Relatives react at the funeral of Busra Kose, a victim of an attack by a gunman at Reina nightclub, in Istanbul, Turkey, January 2, 2017. REUTERS/Osman OrsalJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201082

PhotographerOsman OrsalLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Relatives attend the funeral of Busra Kose, a victim of an attack by a gunman at Reina nightclub, in Istanbul, Turkey, January 2, 2017. REUTERS/Osman OrsalJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201083

PhotographerAhmed SaadLocationBAGHDAD, IraqReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017People look at a burned vehicle at the site of car bomb attack in a busy square at Baghdad's sprawling Sadr City district, in Iraq. REUTERS/Ahmed SaadJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201084

PhotographerRodrigo GarridoLocationVALPARAISO, ChileReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Fire burns houses on a hill, where more than 100 homes were burned due to a forest fire but there have been no reports of death, local authorities said in Valparaiso, Chile. REUTERS/Rodrigo GarridoJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201085

PhotographerRodrigo GarridoLocationVALPARAISO, ChileReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A firefighter removes the remains of a burned house on a hill, where more than 100 homes were burned due to forest fire but there have been no reports of death, local authorities said in Valparaiso, Chile. REUTERS/Rodrigo GarridoJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201086

PhotographerRicardo MoraesLocationASUNCION, ParaguayReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017People watch as Stephan Schott of Germany drives his Mini with his copilot Paulo Fiuza during the first stage of the Dakar Rally. REUTERS/Ricardo MoraesJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201087

PhotographerUSA Today SportsLocationArlington, United StatesReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Wisconsin Badgers cornerback Sojourn Shelton celebrates after defeating the Western Michigan Broncos 24-16 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201088

PhotographerChina Daily China Daily Information Corp - CDICLocationFUYANG, CHINAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017People wearing masks dance at a square among heavy smog during a polluted day in Fuyang, Anhui province, China. China Daily/via REUTERSJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201089

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Rebel fighters dig a trench on the forth day of the truce, on al-Rayhan village front near the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201090

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Rebel fighters walk inside a trench on the forth day of the truce, on al-Rayhan village front near the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201091

CUBA PUTS ON SHOW OF STRENGTHPhotographerAlexandre MeneghiniLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017People march with a banner that reads "We are all Fidel". Cuba paraded troops and hundreds of thousands of citizens through its emblematic Revolution Square on Monday in a traditional show of nationalist fighting spirit in the face of steep economic and diplomatic challenges. REUTERS/Alexandre MeneghiniJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201092

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A replica of the Granma yacht passes by during a march to mark the Armed Forces Day and commemorate the landing of the Granma, which brought the Castro brothers, Ernesto "Che" Guevara and others from Mexico to Cuba to start the revolution in 1959, in Havana, Cuba. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/PoolJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201093

PhotographerAlexandre MeneghiniLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017Soldiers march to mark the Armed Forces Day and commemorate the landing of the yacht Granma, which brought the Castro brothers, Ernesto "Che" Guevara and others from Mexico to Cuba to start the revolution in 1959, in Havana, Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre MeneghiniJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201094

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017An image of Fidel Castro with the Granma yacht hangs from the National Library during the march (not pictured). All this is taking place as Cuba is also coming to terms with the loss of its revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro. While "El Comandante" had handed the presidency over to his younger brother Raul in 2008, he remained a key figurehead. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/PoolJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201095

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Monday, January 02, 2017A replica of the Granma yacht passes by. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/PoolJan. 2 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201096

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PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Smoke rises from clashes during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201098

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A member of Iraqi rapid response forces gestures during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh201099

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Displaced Iraqi civilians, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, walk in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010100

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Displaced Iraqi civilians, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, take cover from snipers in the Mithaq district. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010101

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Iraqi rapid response forces gather during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010102

TURNING IRAQ HISTORY TO RUBBLE, LEAVING THE MESS TO LOOTERSJANUARY 03, 2017This Nov. 19, 2008 photo released by the U.S. Army shows the statues of the lamassu, the winged, human-headed bulls that stood at the gates of the palace and were believed to ward off evil in the ancient city of Nimrud, near Mosul, Iraq. The bulls were destroyed by Islamic State group militants in early 2015 as they razed the entire site, one of the most important archaeological ruins in the Middle East. (Staff Sgt. JoAnn S. Makinano, U.S. Army via AP)Jan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010103GALLERY PHOTOS

A fragment of an Assyrian-era relief shows the image of a genie holding a pine cone at the ancient site of Nimrud that was destroyed by Islamic State group militants near Mosul, Iraq. in this Nov. 28, 2016 photo. In the 9th and 8th centuries BC, Nimrud was the capital of the Assyrian Empire, which burst out of Northern Mesopotamia to conquer much of the Mideast. The remains of its palaces, reliefs and temples were methodically blown up and torn to pieces by the Islamic State group in early 2015 in its campaign to erase history. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)

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Sami Al-Khoja, a UNESCO official, pauses while participating in an assessment tour of the damage to the ancient site of Nimrud at the hands of Islamic State group militants in Iraq In this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. With the war against the militants still raging not far away, no one has been assigned to guard the site, much less catalogue what is left after IS blew up its ancient palaces and carved apart and smashed its elaborate reliefs. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010105GALLERY PHOTOS

Iraq archaeologist Layla Salih, left, confers with UNESCO's representative in Iraq Louse Haxthausen, right, at the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq, in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. Days after Iraqi forces drove the Islamic State group from Nimrud in November, Salih arrived to survey the damage they wreaked on the nearly 3,000-year-old site. She confirmed that, as international forces closed in this fall, IS bulldozed a 140-foot tall ziggurat, or step pyramid, that archaeologists had never had to chance to explore. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010106GALLERY PHOTOS

Iraqi archaeologist Layla Salih examines the remains of a statue of a lamassu, a mythical winged bull, destroyed by Islamic State group militants in the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq, in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. Salih is perhaps the only vigilant guardian left for the ruins: Since the militants were driven out more than a month ago, she has visited multiple times, trying to prevent looting of the wreckage. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)

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UNESCO's Iraq representative Louise Haxthausen documents the damage wreaked by the Islamic State group at the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq, in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. More than a month after the extremists were driven out, the site is still in danger, with the wreckage unprotected and vulnerable to being stolen. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010108GALLERY PHOTOS

This image made from video posted online by Islamic State militants in April, 2015 shows the ancient site of Nimrud near Mosul, Iraq before and after militants exploded the site. One of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites, the nearly 3,000-year-old remains of an Assyrian capital had been a trove of ancient Mesopotamian art and, with hundreds of clay tablets, provided archaeologists a wealth of information on the era. (Militant video via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010109GALLERY PHOTOS

This image made from video posted online by Islamic State militants in April, 2015 shows the ancient site of Nimrud near Mosul, Iraq before and after militants exploded the site. One of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites, the nearly 3,000-year-old remains of an Assyrian capital had been a trove of ancient Mesopotamian art and, with hundreds of clay tablets, provided archaeologists a wealth of information on the era. (Militant video via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010110GALLERY PHOTOS

This image made from video posted online by Islamic State group militants in April 2015 shows militants using heavy tools to destroy a large stone figure of a lamasssu, an Assyrian winged bull deity at the ancient site of Nimrud near Mosul, Iraq. The militants boasted of their destruction of one of the Middle Easts most important archaeological sites in high-definition video propaganda, touting their campaign to purge their caliphate of anything they considered as heretical or pagan. (Militant video via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010111GALLERY PHOTOS

This image made from video posted online by Islamic State militants in April 2015 shows a militant taking a sledgehammer to a stone carving at the ancient site of Nimrud near Mosul, Iraq. Militants blew up and hacked apart much of the nearly 3,000-year-old citys remains, destroying one of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites. Nearly a month after the extremists were driven out, the site is still in danger, with the wreckage unprotected and vulnerable to being stolen. (Militant video via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010112GALLERY PHOTOS

Carved stone slabs that were destroyed by Islamic State group militants are seen at the ancient site of Nimrud some 19 miles (30 kilometers) southeast of Mosul, Iraq in this Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 photo. Militants blew up and hacked apart much of the nearly 3,000-year-old citys remains in 2015, destroying one of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites. More than a month after the extremists were driven out, the site is still in danger, with the wreckage unprotected and vulnerable to being stolen. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010113GALLERY PHOTOS

The remains of a large stone figure of a lamassu, an Assyrian winged bull deity, are piled near the gates of the ancient palace where they once stood at Nimrud, Iraq in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. Islamic State group extremists detonated explosives throughout the palace, destroying its elaborate reliefs showing gods, mythical beasts and kings, and reducing it t a field of rubble. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010114GALLERY PHOTOS

This Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 photo shows a part of carved stone slabs which were destroyed by Islamic State group militants, at the ancient site of Nimrud some 19 miles (30 kilometers) southeast of Mosul, Iraq. One of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites, the nearly 3,000-year-old remains of an Assyrian capital had been a trove of ancient Mesopotamian art and, with hundreds of clay tablets, provided archaeologists a wealth of information on the era. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010115GALLERY PHOTOS

An Iraqi Army general stands near a stone slab depicting a winged genie at the entrance to the Northwest Palace at the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. The Islamic State group militants who destroyed the remains of the nearly 3,000-year-old city have been driven away. But with the war still raging nearby, no one has been assigned to guard the site and the wreckage strewn around it is vulnerable to looting. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010116GALLERY PHOTOS

An ancient relief lies shattered in the Northwest Palace at the nearly 3,000-year-old site of Nimrud, Iraq, in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. The destruction wreaked by Islamic State group militants at the site was extensive, leaving chunks of ancient reliefs, pieces of statues and pieces of cuneiform writing strewn amid rubble and dirt. With no protection more than a month after IS was driven out, those pieces are vulnerable to looting.(AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010117GALLERY PHOTOS

A stone tablet with cuneiform writing is seen in the foreground as UNESCO's Iraq representative Louise Haxthausen documents the damage wreaked by the Islamic State group at the ancient site of Nimrud, Iraq in this Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016 photo. One of the Mideasts most important archaeological sites, the nearly 3,000-year-old remains of an Assyrian capital had been a trove of ancient Mesopotamian art and, with hundreds of clay tablets, provided archaeologists a wealth of information on the era. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010118GALLERY PHOTOS

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AGATHA CHRISTIE HAD LITTLE-KNOWN ROLE IN ANCIENT NIMRUDJANUARY 03, 2017This 1949 photo taken by British mystery author Agatha Christie shows a statue of a lamassu, a winged bull from Assyrian mythology who guarded the royal court from evil, at the ancient site of Nimrud, near modern day Mosul, Iraq. Christie had a little-known link to Nimrud: She accompanied her husband, archaeologist Max Mallowan, as he excavated the onetime capital of the Assyrian Empire, and she assisted by piecing together some artifacts and chronicling the dig in photos and film. (Agatha Christie via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010120GALLERY PHOTOS

This undated photo taken by mystery writer Agatha Christie shows statues of two Assyrian winged bull deities called lamassu stand at the entrance to Palace of Assurnasipal II at the ancient city of Nimrud in northern Iraq. Christie and her archaeologist husband also visited other sites in Iraq and neighboring Syria. Every winter, they disappeared into Iraq or Syria and returned in May or June. To her it was just as important as writing, says her grandson, Mathew Prichard. (Agatha Christie via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010121GALLERY PHOTOS

People gather around the partially-unearthed statue of a lamassu, a great winged bull protective deity, in this undated photo taken by British mystery writer Agatha Christie at the ancient site of Nimrud in northern Iraq. The lamassus at the palace gates were among the works destroyed by IS militants in 2015. Christies grandson, Matthew Prichard, says she would be heartbroken by the destruction, saying if she and her husband Max Malloran, were alive to see it, they would not have recognized the places where they had been and lived and worked. (Agatha Christie via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010122GALLERY PHOTOS

A winged genie is depicted standing in front of a tree of life in the Palace of Assurnasipal II at the ancient city of Nimrud in northern Iraq in this 1950 photo taken by British mystery author Agatha Christie. In her 60s at the time, Christie travelled to the site repeatedly to help her archaeologist husband. She reassembled destroyed ivories, laying out hundreds of pieces on a table to pick through them. Agatha was a passionate solver of jigsaw puzzles, says British archaeologist Georgina Herrman. (Agatha Christie via AP)2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010123GALLERY PHOTOS

Horses and jockeys compete during the Liwa Sports Festival at Moreeb Dune on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.Francois Nel / Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010124

Daniel Andre Tande of Norway soars through the air during his qualification jump on Day 1 of the 65th Four Hills Tournament ski jumping event on Tuesday in Innsbruck, Austria.Adam Pretty / Bongarts via Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010125

. An elephant munches on discarded Christmas trees at the zoo on Tuesday in Berlin. The elephants tear off the branches, often using their foot to press the tree down.Sean Gallup / Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010126

Relatives and friends of Elias Wardini, a Lebanese man who was killed in the New Year's Eve Istanbul nightclub attack, mourn over his coffin, at a church, in Beirut, Lebanon, on Tuesday. The gunman killed 39 people, most of them foreigners, including three Lebanese citizens, at the Istanbul nightclub.Hussein Malla / APJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010127

. Fog surrounds a small church not far from the Bavarian village of Apfeltrach near Landsberg, Germany, during a cold winter morning on Tuesday.Christof Stache / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010128

PhotographerMohamed AlhwaityLocationAL-JAWF, Saudi ArabiaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A stateless Arab boy from an ethnic group known as Bedoon, who are believed to be descendants of nomadic Bedouins, drinks water from a pot in a desert west of Al-Jawf region, Saudi Arabia. REUTERS/Mohamed Al HwaityJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010129

PhotographerStringer .LocationCHANGWON, South KoreaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017South Korean navy soldiers disinfect in Changwon, South Korea. Kim Dong-min/Yonhap via REUTERSJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010130

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationMediterranean Sea, Mid-SeaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A migrant looks on onboard the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro after he was rescued along with other migrants, including children and pregnant women, by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms as the raft he was on drifted out of contol in the central Mediterranean Sea, some 36 nautical miles off the Libyan coast. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010131

PhotographerDominic EbenbichlerLocationINNSBRUCK, AustriaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Austria's Stefan Karft soars through the air during the 65th four-hills ski jumping tournament trial round in Innsbruck, Austria. REUTERS/Dominic EbenbichlerJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010132

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SyriaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A rebel fighter of Jaysh al-Islam warms himself near a fire, on al-Rayhan village front near the rebel held besieged Douma neighbourhood of Damascus, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010133

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A civilian rides a bicycle past a cemetery in the rebel held besieged Douma neighborhood of Damascus, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010134

PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SyriaReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A rebel fighter of Jaysh al-Islam is reflected in a mirror at al-Rayhan village front near the rebel held besieged Douma neighborhood of Damascus, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010135

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Samah, 11, and her brother, Ibrahim, transport their salvaged belongings from their damaged house in Doudyan village in northern Aleppo Governorate, Syria. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010136

PhotographerMurad SezerLocationISTANBUL, TurkeyReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A man places flowers at the entrance of Reina nightclub, which was attacked by a gunman, in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad SezerJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010137

. A visitor looks at a memorial to victims of the December 19 terror attack at a Christmas market in Berlin on Tuesday. Authorities are still investigating the attack, in which suspect Anis Amri, a 24-year-old Tunisian who had arrived in Germany seeking asylum, drove a heavy truck into the market and killed 12 people.Sean Gallup / Getty Images2/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010138GALLERY PHOTOS

PhotographerIbraheem Abu MustafaLocationRAFAH, Palestinian TerritoriesReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Palestinian children sit on exotic taxidermied animals, which according to their owners died because they could not afford to feed the animals, at a park in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu MustafaJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010139

PhotographerStringer .LocationMANAUS, BRAZILReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Relatives of prisoners react near riot police at a checkpoint close to the prison where around 60 people were killed in a prison riot in the Amazon jungle city of Manaus, Brazil. REUTERS/Michael DantasJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010140

PhotographerKhaled AbdullahLocationSANAA, YEMENReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A newly recruited Houthi fighter gets his face painted by a comrade during a parade before heading to the frontline to fight against government forces, in Sanaa, Yemen. REUTERS/Khaled AbdullahJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010141

PhotographerMohammad Ponir HossainLocationDHAKA, BangladeshReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A washerman washes clothes at the Buriganga river in Dhaka, Bangladesh. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir HossainJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010142

PhotographerStefan WermuthLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Zoo keeper Janet Abreu counts Humboldt penguins during the annual stocktake at London Zoo in London, Britain. REUTERS/Stefan WermuthJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010143

PhotographerReuters TVLocationZAWIYA, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Militants, said to be from the Islamic State, speak in front of a camera during clashes against Shi'ite militia fighters at a checkpoint on the road linking Baghdad to Mosul, in Zawiya, southwest of al-Shirqat, Iraq, in this still image taken from an undated video from a social media website January 3, 2017. Social Media/via Reuters TVJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010144

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Smoke rises from clashes during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010145

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A member of Iraqi rapid response forces carries his weapon during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010146

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A displaced man, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, carries a woman in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010147

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017An Iraqi air force helicopter fires during a battle with Islamic State militants, in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010148

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A member of Iraqi rapid response forces helps displaced Iraqi civilians, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010149

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A member of Iraqi rapid response forces carries his weapons during a battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq, January 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010150

PhotographerReuters TVLocationZAWIYA, IraqReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A militant, said to be from the Islamic State, fires a weapon from the back of a pick-up truck, during clashes against Shi'ite militia fighters at a checkpoint on the road linking Baghdad to Mosul, in Zawiya, southwest of al-Shirqat, Iraq, in this still image taken from an undated video from a social media website January 3, 2017. Social Media/via Reuters TVJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010151

Sisters of Lebanese victim Elias Wardini, who was killed in the gun attack on a nightclub in Istanbul, mourn during his funeral in Church of Our Lady in Beirut, Lebanon on Jan. 3, 2017.Nabil Mounzer / EPAJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010152

Family members and friends pray at the grave of Layan Nasser, an 18-year-old Israeli Arab woman, during her funeral in the town of Tira, north east of Tel Aviv on Jan. 3, 2017.Jim Hollander / EPAJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010153

. People pray next to the coffin of Mohamed Elhot, one of the victims of the Reina night club attack, during his funeral ceremony on Jan. 3, 2017 in Istanbul.Yasin Akgul / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010154

. Women mourn during the funeral of Israeli woman, Leanne Nasser, who was killed in an Istanbul nightclub attack, in a cemetery at the Israeli town of Tira, Israel on Jan. 3, 2017.Ronen Zvulun / ReutersJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010155

Friends and relatives mourn the death of Lian Nasser, an 18-year-old Arab Israeli woman who was one of the victims of an attack on a night club in Istanbul on New Year's Eve, during her funeral ceremony on Jan. 3, 2017 in the Arab Israeli city of Tira, north of Tel Aviv.Jack Guez / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010156

. A woman cries inside the cemetery during the funeral of Arab Israeli Leanne Nasser on Jan. 3, 2017 in Tira, Israel.Lior Mizrahi / Getty ImagesJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010157

PhotographerDylan MartinezLocationUnited KingdomReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez looks dejected during their Premier League match against AFC Bournemouth. Reuters / Dylan Martinez LivepicJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010158

PhotographerStringer .LocationHAITI, HaitiReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Supporters of ex-president Jean-Bertrand Aristide's Fanmi Lavalas Party run through the street as preliminary results declared businessman Jovenel Moise the official winner of the November 2016 presidential elections in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. REUTERS/Jeanty Junior AugustinJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010159

PhotographerDavid W CernyLocationUSTI NAD LABEM, Czech RepublicReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Nunak, Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), yawns in the enclosure at Usti nad Labem Zoo, Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic. REUTERS/David W CernyJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010160

PhotographerJoshua RobertsLocationWASHINGTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017Senator Tammy Duckworth carries her daughter Abigail during a mock swearing in with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden during the opening day of the 115th Congress on Capitol Hill. REUTERS/Joshua RobertsJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010161

PhotographerRick WilkingLocationLAS VEGAS, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A show-goer tries out the YouCam Makeup mirror which shows different make up without actually applying any in at CES in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Rick WilkingJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010162

PhotographerSteve MarcusLocationLAS VEGAS, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, January 03, 2017A Faraday Future FF 91 electric car is displayed on stage during an unveiling event at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. REUTERS/Steve MarcusJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010163

CHINA ISSUES NATIONAL RED ALERT AMID HEAVY SMOGPeople walk near the iconic headquarters of China's state broadcaster Central China Television (CCTV) in Beijing on Jan. 3.Andy Wong / APJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010164

A cyclist wears a face mask in Beijing on Jan. 3.Most of the country's pollution is blamed on coal-fired power plants, along with vehicle emissions, building construction and factory work resulting from three decades of headlong economic expansion.THOMAS PETER / ReutersJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010165

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A woman walks past Chinese paramilitary police wearing protective masks on Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Jan. 4.

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Haze over a town in rural Harbin, China's Heilongjiang province, on Jan. 4.WU HONG / EPAJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010168

Bicycle riders wearing masks wait during heavy traffic on a smoggy day in Beijing, China on Jan. 4.How Hwee Young / EPAJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010169

. Policemen carry a supporter of Azaria outside the military court in Tel Aviv.Amir Cohen / Reuters-jan 4Jan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010170

A supporter of Azaria wears a t-shirt with an image of the late ultra-Zionist Meir Kahane outside the court in Tel Aviv.

Kahane was a U.S.-born rabbi who advocated expelling Arabs from Israel and Palestinian territories. He was assassinated in New York in 1990.

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President Barack Obama inspects US troops during an Armed Forces Full Honor Farewell Review at Joint Base Myer-Henderson in Arlington, Virginia on Jan. 4, 2017.Jim Watson / AFP - Getty ImagesARMED FORCES BID FAREWELL TO PRESIDENT OBAMAJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010172

Defense Secretary Ash Carter pins the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service on President Barack Obama during an Armed Forces Full Honor Farewell Review for the president on Jan. 4, 2017, at Conmy Hall, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia.

Alex Brandon / APJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010173

People visit ice sculptures illuminated by colored lights at the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival to celebrate the new year in Harbin, China on Jan. 4.Nicolas Asfouri / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010174

Firefighting helicopters battle a vegetation fire fanned by gale force winds raging in the Helderberg mountains around Somerset West, South Africa on Jan. 4.Nic Bothma / EPAJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010175

A Nepalese boy plays with a ball in front of a house damaged by the 2015 earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal on Jan. 4.Niranjan Shrestha / APJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010176

The walls of nearby buildings are reflected in a partially frozen fountain on Jan. 4 in Tacoma, Washington.Ted S. Warren / APJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010177

A fisherman pulls a fishing net from the Dojran lake in Djordan, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on Jan. 4.Georgi Licocski / EPAJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010178

Young people play a traditional pillow fight game on a bamboo pole during festivities marking the 69th anniversary of Myanmar Independence Day on the outskirts of Yangon on Jan. 4.Ye Aung Thu / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010179

Relatives attend the funeral of one of the inmates who died during a prison riot, at the cemetery of Taruma in Manaus, Brazil on Jan. 4.Ueslei Marcelino / ReutersJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010180

PhotographerUeslei MarcelinoLocationMANAUS, BRAZILReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A worker prepares graves for inmates who died during a prison riot, at the cemetery of Taruma in Manaus, Brazil. REUTERS/Ueslei MarcelinoJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010181

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationPozzallo, ItalyReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Migrants line-up to be processed by authorities before disembarking from the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro as they arrive at the port of Pozzallo in Sicily, two days after they were rescued by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms after the raft they were on drifted out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010182

PhotographerChris WattieLocationOTTAWA, CANADAReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A woman walks a dog on a snow-covered path beside the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. REUTERS/Chris WattieJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010183

PhotographerJonathan ErnstLocationWASHINGTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017House Republican leaders Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) (L), Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) (2nd R) and Representative Steve Scalise (R-LA) (R) laugh after House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) (C) accidentally referred to Vice President-elect Mike Pence (2nd L) as "Donald Trump" as they speak to reporters after meeting with the Republican House caucus at the Capitol in Washington. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010184

PhotographerStringer .LocationNORTH COTABATO, PhilippinesReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Inmates gather inside the prison following the escape of more than 150 inmates after gunmen stormed the prison in North Cotabato province, southern Philippines. REUTERS/Marconi NavalesJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010185

PhotographerZoubeir SouissiLocationTUNIS, TunisiaReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A Club Africain fan reacts during a fight during an international friendly game between Club Africain and PSG at Rades Stadium in Tunis, Tunisia. REUTERS/Zoubeir SouissiJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010186

PhotographerKim Kyung HoonLocationTOKYO, JAPANReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Participants show off their writings at a New Year calligraphy contest in Tokyo, Japan. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010187

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationKHAZER, IraqReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Displaced Iraqi people, who fled the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, stand in line as they leave Khazer camp to go home. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010188

PhotographerNaif RahmaLocationSAADA, YEMENReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A boy walks inside a house destroyed by a recent Saudi-led air strike in the northwestern city of Saada, Yemen. REUTERS/Naif RahmaJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010189

PhotographerJacky NaegelenLocationMONTIGNY-LES-BRETONNEUX, FranceReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017French cyclist Robert Marchand, aged 105, reacts after he rode 22.528 km (14.08 miles) in one hour to set a new record at the indoor Velodrome National in Montigny-les-Bretonneux, southwest of Paris, France. REUTERS/Jacky NaegelenJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010190

PhotographerRicardo MoraesLocationSAN MIGUEL DE TUCUMAN, ArgentinaReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Xavier se Soultrait of France rides his Yamaha during the third stage from San Miguel de Tucuman to San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina during the Dakar Rally. REUTERS/Ricardo MoraesJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010191

BIDDING FOR TUNA AT TSUKIJIPhotographerIssei KatoLocationTokyo, JapanReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Wholesalers check the quality of fresh tuna displayed at the Tsukiji fish market before the New Year's auction in Tokyo, Japan, January 5, 2017. In Japan, food supplies sold to wholesalers during the first auction of the year often fetch higher prices than in the actual market. The high bid is considered auspicious for trade and business in the new year. REUTERS/Issei KatoJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010192

PhotographerIssei KatoLocationTokyo, JapanReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A wholesaler checks the quality of fresh tuna displayed at the Tsukiji fish market before the New Year's auction. A popular sushi restaurant in Tokyo, Sushizanmai, purchased a 212 kilogram bluefin tuna for 72 million yen (614,016 USD) at Japan's iconic Tsukiji fish market during its first auction of the year on Thursday. REUTERS/Issei KatoJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010193

PhotographerIssei KatoLocationTokyo, JapanReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Wholesalers check the quality of frozen tuna displayed at the Tsukiji fish market. The price for the tuna, caught off the coast of Oma in Aomori prefecture, north of Japan, is one of the highest, and surpasses his bid last year, which was at 14 million yen. But it is not the highest-ever bid which was made in 2013, when Kiyomura Corp purchased a bluefin tuna for 155 million yen. REUTERS/Issei KatoJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010194

PhotographerIssei KatoLocationTokyo, JapanReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Kiyomura Co's President Kiyoshi Kimura (C), who runs a chain of sushi restaurants Sushi Zanmai, poses with a 212 kg (467 lbs) bluefin tuna at his sushi restaurant outside Tsukiji fish market. Kiyoshi Kimura won the first bid for the sixth consecutive year. REUTERS/Issei KatoJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010195

PhotographerIssei KatoLocationTokyo, JapanReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Wholesalers check the quality of fresh tuna displayed at the Tsukiji fish market. Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market is also a hot tourist attraction with millions thronging the inner and outer markets, and the surrounding sushi restaurants every year. While the outer markets and sushi restaurants are due to remain where they currently are, the inner market and the popular auctions will be moved and are expected to be no longer accessible...moreJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010196

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationPozzallo, ItalyReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Migrants celebrate on board the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro as they arrive at the port of Pozzallo in Sicily, two days after they were rescued by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms after the raft they were on drifted out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010197

PhotographerYannis BehrakisLocationPozzallo, ItalyReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Migrants line-up to be processed by authorities before disembarking from the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro as they arrive at the port of Pozzallo in Sicily, two days after they were rescued by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms after the raft they were on drifted out of control in the central Mediterranean Sea. REUTERS/Yannis BehrakisJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010198

Migrants rest in a warehouse on Jan 4.

Around 1,500 migrants are sheltering in abandoned warehouses in Belgrade. In one, hundreds of men, mainly Afghans, sleep on the concrete floor, relying for warmth on burning plastic garbage that gives off choking black smoke.

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PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017Iraqi rapid response forces take cover from snipers during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010200

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A member of the Iraqi rapid response forces holds a flower during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010201

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A member of Iraqi rapid response forces sits in a military vehicle during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010202

PhotographerThaier Al-SudaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Wednesday, January 04, 2017A civilian takes a makeshift white flag on his home during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniJan. 4 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010203

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Fireworks explode over enormous ice sculptures at the opening ceremony in Harbin city, China's northern Heilongjiang province, on Jan. 5, 2017.

The festival has been held since 1963. However, it was interrupted for a number of years during the Cultural Revolution and made a come-back in 1985. This is the 33rd festival.

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STUNNING ICE SCULPTURES GLOW IN NEON AT CHINESE FESTIVALPeople visit the ice sculptures illuminated by colored lights at the festival on Jan. 5.

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The festival attracts both local and foreign visitors for the three-month-long subzero event.WU HONG / EPAJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010207

Contestants carve ice sculptures during an international ice sculpture contest as part of the festival on Jan. 3.Wang Jianwei / APJan. 3 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010208

The sculptures range from animals and cartoon characters to replicas of famous world monuments and landscapes, as well as a 1,115-foot-long slide that state media say took around 500 builders to complete.

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People visit the ice sculptures illuminated by colored lights on Jan 5.

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Firefighters work to extinguish a fire that erupted during an attempt to steal fuel from a Pemex pipeline in the Ixtlahuaca, Mexico, on Jan. 5.

Anger over gasoline prices hikes in Mexico fueled more protests and looting Thursday, and officials said the unrest had resulted in the death of a policeman and a bystander, the ransacking of 300 stores and arrests of over 700 people.

PHOTOS: Gas Hike in Mexico Sparks Protests, Looting

Mario Vazquez de la Torre / AFP - Getty ImagesJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010211

PhotographerCathal McNaughtonLocationTHIKSEY, INDIAReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Young monks take a break from their studies inside Thiksey Monastery in Ladakh, India September 26, 2016. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughtonJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010212

PhotographerStringer .LocationTAJOURA, LibyaReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017The body of a migrant is seen as other surviving migrants, who were on a boat which capsized on Wednesday, sit on a beach after police arrested them in Tripoli, Libya, January 4, 2017. REUTERS/StringerJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010213

PhotographerAmit DaveLocationAHMEDABAD, IndiaReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Schoolchildren attend a yoga session at a camp in Ahmedabad, India January 5, 2017. REUTERS/Amit DaveJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010214

PhotographerChina Stringer NetworkLocationTIANJIN, ChinaReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Smog is seen over the city during haze weather in Tianjin, China. REUTERS/StringerJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010215

PhotographerHandout .LocationMONCLOVA, MexicoReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Policemen detain a demonstrator during a protest against the rising prices of gasoline enforced by the Mexican government, in Monclova, in Coahuila state, Mexico. Fidencio Alonso Courtesy of Zocalo de Monclova via REUTERSJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010216

PhotographerDaniel BecerrilLocationMONTERREY, MexicoReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Demonstrators push over a vehicle of Multimedios TV network during a protest against the rising prices of gasoline enforced by the Mexican government at the Macroplaza in Monterrey, Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010217

PhotographerKevin LamarqueLocationWASHINGTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testifies before a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on foreign cyber threats, on Capitol Hill in Washington. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010218

PhotographerMario AnzuoniLocationHOLLYWOOD, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Actor Viola Davis touches her star after it was unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010219

PhotographerDaniel BecerrilLocationMONTERREY, MexicoReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A man urges fellow demonstrators to calm down as they vandalise the Government Palace during a protest against the rising prices of gasoline enforced by the Mexican government, at the Macroplaza in Monterrey, Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010220

PhotographerMaxim ShemetovLocationPODOLSK, RUSSIAReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A participant wearing Kokoshnik, the Russian traditional headwear, walks out of the water during winter swimming festival in the town of Podolsk, south of Moscow, Russia. REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010221

PhotographerStringer .LocationIZMIR, TurkeyReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Burning cars are seen after an explosion outside a courthouse in Izmir, Turkey. Dogan News Agency (DHA) via REUTERSJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010222

PhotographerKhalil AshawiLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A boy warms himself around a fire in the northern Syrian rebel-held town of al-Rai, Syria. REUTERS/Khalil AshawiJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010223

PhotographerLeonhard FoegerLocationGMUNDEN, AustriaReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Participants of "Gloecklerlauf" (bell ringers run) wear "Lichterkappen" (light caps) made of paper and wood while ringing bells on their belts during a traditional parade in Gmunden, Austria. REUTERS/Leonhard FoegerJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010224

PhotographerKhaled AbdullahLocationSANAA, YemenReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A Houthi militant displays his skills during a parade held by newly recruited Houthi fighters before heading to the frontline to fight against government forces, in Sanaa, Yemen. REUTERS/Khaled AbdullahJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010225

PhotographerToby MelvilleLocationLONDON, UNITED KINGDOMReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A flock of birds fly in front of a construction crane at dusk in London. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010226

STREET BATTLES OF MOSULPhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Members of the Iraqi rapid response forces clash with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010227

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A civilian hands out tea to members of the Iraqi rapid response forces during a battle with the Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010228

PhotographerReuters StaffLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017An aerial view of Mosul taken from helicopter is seen during the battle against Islamic State militants. REUTERS/Stephen KalinJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010229

PhotographerKhalid Al MousilyLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017A member of the Iraqi rapid response forces sits in a military vehicle during battle with Islamic State militants in the Mithaq district of eastern Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Khalid al MousilyJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010230

PhotographerPOOL NewLocationSeoul, South KoreaReuters / Thursday, January 05, 2017Choi Soon-sil, the woman at the center of the South Korean political scandal and long-time friend of President Park Geun-hye, appears for her first trial at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul, South Korea. REUTERS/Chung Sung-Jun/PoolJan. 5 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010231

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People stand on the tarmac at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after a shooter opened fire inside a terminal of the airport on Jan. 6.Wilfredo Lee / APJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010233

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017People exit the airport perimeter following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010234

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017People on the airport ramp area near terminals 1 and 2 are seen following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010235

Passengers run on the tarmac at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6.David Santiago / APJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010236

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017People exit the airport perimeter following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010237

People seeking cover walk towards police with their arms raised outside of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport after a shooting took place near the baggage claim on Jan. 6.Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010238

AIRLINE PASSENGERS PANIC AS GUNMAN OPENS FIRE IN FORT LAUDERDALEAn injured woman is loaded into an emergency vehicle at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after a gunman opened fire inside a terminal of the airport on Jan. 6.David Santiago / El Nuevo Herald via APJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010239

People take cover outside Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6.Wilfredo Lee / APJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010240

Firemen and ambulances wait outside the Fort Lauderdale airport on Jan. 6.Giorgio Viera / EPAJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010241

. People take cover outside Terminal 2 of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport after a shooting took place near the baggage claim on Jan. 6.Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010242

SHOOTING AT FORT LAUDERDALE AIRPORTPhotographerReuters PhotographerLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017A man is helped after a shooting at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. Courtesy Mike Starobinsky/Maxwillsolutions/Handout via REUTERSJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010243

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE,Reuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Law enforcement officers move in to verify the identity of people in this field just outside the airport perimeter following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010244

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Law enforcement officers move in to verify the identity of people in this field just outside the airport perimeter following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010245

PhotographerAndrew InnerarityLocationFORT LAUDERDALE, United StatesReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Law enforcement block an entrance to the airport following a shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, January 6, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew InnerarityJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010246

PhotographerAmit DaveLocationAHMEDABAD, IndiaReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017A woman throws a mixture of black ash, cement, concrete powder and ordinary dust over newly constructed road tarmac to dry it and fill in the gaps, in Ahmedabad, India. REUTERS/Amit DaveJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010247

IRAQI FORCES PUSH FURTHER INTO MOSULPhotographerAlaa Al-MarjaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Iraqi rapid response forces fire mortar shells towards Islamic State positions in Wahda district of eastern Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Alaa Al-MarjaniJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010248

PhotographerAlaa Al-MarjaniLocationMOSUL, IraqReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Members of the Iraqi rapid response forces gather during a battle with Islamic State militants in Wahda district of eastern Mosul, Iraq. REUTERS/Alaa Al-MarjaniJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010249

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PhotographerStoyan NenovLocationSOFIA, BULGARIAReuters / Friday, January 06, 2017Bulgarian men jump to catch a wooden crucifix during Epiphany day celebrations in Sofia, Bulgaria. REUTERS/Stoyan NenovJan. 6 , 20172/12/2017 4:38 PMPictures of the day - JAN.1 -JAN.6 - vinhbinh2010250THE ENDPictures of the dayJAN.1 JAN.6PPS by : https://ppsnet.wordpress.com

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