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SEPTEMBER 2016 Pictures of the monthSEPTEMBER 2016Pictures of the monthAug. 16 Aug.23vinhbinh2010October 17, 20161SEPTEMBER 2016Pictures of the monthSep.16 Sep.23Sources : reuters, apimages , nbcnewshttp://www.slideshare.net/vinhbinh2010Sep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20162PhotographerGleb GaranichLocationKIEV, UkraineReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Fireworks launched by protesters, explode near the Russian embassy during the protest against Russian plans to hold parliamentary elections in annexed Crimea, in Kiev, Ukraine. REUTERS/Gleb GaranichSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20163PhotographerAlexandre MeneghiniLocationHAVANA, CUBAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Mildrey Garcia speaks to clients as she sells newspapers at a kiosk decorated with a picture of former Cuba's President Fidel Castro in downtown Havana, Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre MeneghiniSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20164PhotographerKim Kyung HoonLocationBEIJING, CHINAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Kung Fu master Li Liangui practices Suogugong Kung Fu at a park in Beijing. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201655PhotographerHenry RomeroLocationCARACAS, VenezuelaReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016A man searches through garbage for food and recyclable materials near a supermarket in Caracas, Venezuela. REUTERS/Henry RomeroSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20166PhotographerJitendra PrakashLocationALLAHABAD, INDIAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Hindu devotees gather to perform prayers on the banks of the river Ganga on the occasion of the first day of Pitru Paksha, a period of sixteen days when the devotees pay homage to their ancestors, in Allahabad, India. REUTERS/Jitendra PrakashSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20167PhotographerUeslei MarcelinoLocationRIO DE JANEIRO, BrazilReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Canada's men's wheelchair basketball team player Adam Lancia embraces his wife Jamey Jewells of Canada after her match. REUTERS/Ueslei MarcelinoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20168PhotographerUeslei MarcelinoLocationRIO DE JANEIRO, BrazilReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Rebecca Murray of the U.S. is sandwiched as she fight for the ball during wheelchair basketball. REUTERS/Ueslei MarcelinoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 20169FARC PREPARING FOR PEACEPhotographerJohn VizcainoLocationYARI PLAINS, COLOMBIAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016A fighter from FARC arrives at the camp as they prepare for an upcoming congress ratifying a peace deal with the government, near El Diamante in Yari Plains, Colombia. REUTERS /John VizcainoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201610PhotographerJohn VizcainoLocationYARI PLAINS, COLOMBIAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016A fighter from FARC arrives at the camp where they prepare for an upcoming congress ratifying a peace deal with the government, near El Diamante in Yari Plains, Colombia. REUTERS /John VizcainoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201611PhotographerJohn VizcainoLocationYARI PLAINS, COLOMBIAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Fighters from FARC arriving at the camp where they prepare for an upcoming congress ratifying a peace deal with the government, near El Diamante in Yari Plains, Colombia. REUTERS /John VizcainoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201612Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia attend the opening ceremony of the 10th National Guerrilla Conference at the camp in Llanos del Yari, Caqueta department, Colombia. After 52 years of armed conflict, FARC rebels open what leaders hope will be their last conference as a guerrilla army, where they are due to vote on a historic peace deal with the Colombian government.LUIS ACOSTA / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201613PhotographerJohn VizcainoLocationYARI PLAINS, COLOMBIAReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016Fighters from FARC arriving at the camp where they prepare for an upcoming congress ratifying a peace deal with the government, near El Diamante in Yari Plains, Colombia. REUTERS /John VizcainoSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201614PhotographerEduardo MunozLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Friday, September 16, 2016A customer falls down before going into the Apple store to buy the iPhone 7 in New York. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201615Teammates douse Boston Red Sox's Xander Bogaerts after the Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees 6-5 in a baseball game in Boston.Michael Dwyer / APSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201616A model displays a 2017 Spring/Summer design by Hannibal Laguna at the Madrid's Fashion Week in Madrid, Spain.Daniel Ochoa de Olza / APSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201617In this photo taken late Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, Argentina's doubles team Ana Laura Ruzicka, bottom and Ana Sofia Bigliardo watch from backstage performances in the doubles finals of the World Pole Dance Sport Championship 2016 in Bucharest, Romania.Vadim Ghrida / APSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201618An Indian performer painted as a tiger takes part in the 'Pulikali', or Tiger Dance, in Thrissur. The folk-art event is held every year in the town during the 'Onam' festival.ARUN SANKAR / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201619Participants take part in an extreme run "Bison race" near the town of Logoisk, Belarus.VASILY FEDOSENKO / ReutersSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201620Visitors of the Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, southern Germany, try to snatch a glass of beer just after the festival's opening on Sept. 17. The World's largest beer festival Oktoberfest will run until October 3, 2016.CHRISTOF STACHE / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201621Members of the public gather to watch a giant peach as it is moved through the center of Cardiff as part of a street performance to mark the start of City of the Unexpected, a celebration of the author Roald Dahl in Cardiff, Wales. Dahl was born in Cardiff 100 years ago this month. To celebrate, the Welsh capital is hosting a series of events this weekend.Matt Cardy / Getty ImagesSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201622. Nepalese women and young girls struggle to drink homemade alcohol poured through a pipe sticking out of the mouth of Swet Bhairab, a god of Power, during the Indra Jatra festival at Basantapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Hundreds of women and young girls gathered to drink alcohol as a blessing from idol of Swet Bhairab which they believes will keep them free from all diseases. The Indra Jatra festival is celebrated to honor Indra, the king of gods and god of rains. The festival also marks the end of the monsoon.NARENDRA SHRESTHA / EPASep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201623Marissa Desilets Beverly Hills, CaliforniaI was born in Chicago. My grandparents were born in Mexico, and immigrated to the United States. I am a Hispanic conservative republican woman. I decided to support Donald J. Trump because I think America needs a better defense, and more jobs. With Trump as president, I can expect strong leadership, and the preservation of the Constitution of the United States of America.Riverboom / INSTITUTESep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201624Ximena Barreto Poway, CaliforniaI was born in Bogota, Colombia and came to the country in 2006. It's a bad period for the States, too many homeless. America, it's not a safe place anymore. Too much immigration. If you do not have a visa in Mexico you go in jail, but not here in the States. Illegals will be feed and they'll give them a house, too. And with my taxes! Many companies moved to Mexico, the taxes there are lower than here and we are losing many job opportunities. Trump is a genius with money; he has more than 500 companies. He's saying what people want to say, but they are afraid to say!Riverboom / INSTITUTESep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201625Migrants are evacuated from a makeshift migrant camp set up between the metro stations of Jaures and Stalingrad, in Paris, on Sept. 16.Police and city officials on Friday evacuated more than 2,000 migrants who have been living on the streets of northern Paris for weeks, authorities said, the latest of a string of attempts to find solutions for Europe's migration crisis.City Hall said two operations were carried out in the morning on a stretch of pavement near an elevated metro line not far from the Montmartre neighborhood. One operation focused on about 80 women and children in the makeshift camp, while the other focused on the men, according to a statement from City Hall.CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 16 , 2016October 17, 201626Sep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201627.Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton talks to reporters about the explosion in Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York, as she arrives at the Westchester County airport in White Plains on Sept. 17.CARLOS BARRIA / ReutersSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201628PhotographerMuhammad HamedLocationMAFRAQ, JordanReuters / Saturday, September 17, 2016A Syrian refugee rides a bicycle with his daughter at the main market, in the Al-Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, Jordan, near the border with Syria. REUTERS/Muhammad HamedSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201629PhotographerCarlos BarriaLocationWashington, United StatesReuters / Saturday, September 17, 2016Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton looks at her mobile phone as she leaves her house to attend Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Phoenix Awards Dinner at the Washington convention center in Washington. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201630PhotographerMichaela RehleLocationMUNICH, GermanyReuters / Saturday, September 17, 2016Visitors reach for the one of the first mugs of beer during the opening day of the 183rd Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, September 17, 2016. REUTERS/Michaela RehleSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201631PhotographerMichaela RehleLocationMUNICH, GermanyReuters / Saturday, September 17, 2016Visitors cheer with beer during the opening day of Oktoberfest. REUTERS/Michaela RehleSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201632PhotographerMichaela RehleLocationMUNICH, GermanyReuters / Saturday, September 17, 2016Visitors stand in queue on the opening day of Oktoberfest. REUTERS/Michaela RehleSep. 17 , 2016October 17, 201633Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201634PhotographerMichalis KaragiannisLocationTANAGRA, GREECEReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Danielle Hughes performs on a plane piloted by Emilliano Del Buono during the Athens Flying Week aviation event over the Tanagra air base in northern Athens, Greece. REUTERS/Michalis KaragiannisSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201635PhotographerNeil HallLocationLONDON, UNITED KINGDOMReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Models present creations at the Charlotte Olympia catwalk show during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in London. REUTERS/Neil HallSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201636PhotographerCarlos Garcia RawlinsLocationRIO DE JANEIRO, BrazilReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Josh Wheeler (R) of USA reacts as Ryley Batt of Australia celebrates winning gold during wheelchair rugby at the Rio Paralympics. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia RawlinsSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201637PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A damaged wall of a school is pictured in rebel-held Ain Tarma, eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201638PhotographerStringer .LocationJOLO, PhilippinesReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) leader Nur Misuari (front R) escorts former hostage Norwegian national Kjartan Sekkingstad (front L) after he was freed from the al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf Islamist militant group, in Jolo, Sulu, in southern Philippines. REUTERS/Nickie ButlanganSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201639PhotographerOmar SobhaniLocationKABUL, AFGHANISTANReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Afghan firefighters try to extinguish a fire which broke out at a wood market in Kabul, Afghanistan. REUTERS/Omar SobhaniSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201640Boys cool down with water from a pipe damaged by shelling in the rebel-held Sheikh Saeed neighborhood of Aleppo on Saturday. ABDALRHMAN ISMAIL / ReutersSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201641Injured children are carried amid the rubble of destroyed buildings following airstrikes targeting the rebel-held neighborhood of Al-Mashhad in Aleppo on July 25. BARAA AL-HALABI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201642Gallery PhotosDr. John Kahler, Dr. Zaher Sahloul and Dr. Samer Attar, American physicians from Chicago who volunteered with Syrian American Medical Society, stand in front of a bombed-out house in Eastern Aleppo in June 2016. Courtesy Zaher SahloulSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201643Gallery PhotosEastern Aleppo in June. Courtesy Dr. Zaher SahloulSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201644Gallery PhotosA man stands in the rubble of destroyed buildings following an air strike in the rebel-controlled neighborhood of Karm al-Jabal on Sept. 18.KARAM AL-MASRI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201645.Crime scene investigators work at the scene of Saturday's explosion on 23rd street between 6th and 7th in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, in New York, on Sept. 18, 2016Craig Ruttle / APSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201646. Members of the FBI and other law enforcement officers carry out investigations at the scene.Andres Kudacki / APSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201647A New York City Police emergency services officer and his dog check a garbage can close to the scene.JASON SZENES / EPA-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201648Firefighters arrive at the scene.Andres Kudacki / AP-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201649Crime scene investigators work at the scene of Saturday's explosion in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, in New York.Craig Ruttle / AP-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201650A vehicle with a blown out window is parked close to the scene.BRYAN R. SMITH / AFP - Getty Images-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201651People engage police close to the scene.Andres Kudacki / AP-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201652Russian President Vladimir Putin casts his ballot at a polling station during a parliamentary election in Moscow, Russia, on Sept. 18, 2016.Grigory Dukor / APSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201653People attend the screening of the film "Jaws" by director Steven Spielberg, at Strasbourg public baths during the European Fantastic Film Festival, in Strasbourg, France.VINCENT KESSLER / Reuters-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201654Acrobats perform during the costume parade at the Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, southern Germany.CHRISTOF STACHE / AFP - Getty Images-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201655Residents run away from tear gas used by riot police officers to disperse rioters after an Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) rally in Nairobi, Kenya.DANIEL IRUNGU / EPA-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201656A Ukrainian protester kicks a Russian man during a protest in front of the Russian embassy in Kiev, where a polling station for Russia's parliamentary election was open.YURI KIRNICHNY / AFP - Getty Images-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201657A woman shows her passport to enter the Russian embassy and take part in the Russian parliamentary election as a member of the National Guard stands guard in Kiev, Ukraine.GLEB GARANICH / Reuters-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201658Paramilitary policemen take part in a drill in Baise, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China.CHINA DAILY / Reuters-18Sep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201659The full moon appears behind the hill of the three crosses in Cali, Colombia.JAIME SALDARRIAGA / ReutersSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201660An activist holds a mock figure of Russian President Vladimir Putin during a protest in front of the Russian Embassy, as Ukrainian servicemen and policemen stand guard in Kiev, Ukraine.Efrem Lukatsky / APSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201661PhotographerGoran TomasevicLocationMAASAI MARA, KENYAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A lion rests in Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. REUTERS/Goran TomasevicSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201662PhotographerRASHID ABBASILocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A New York City Police Department (NYPD) truck tows a spherical chamber carrying a second explosive device from near the site of an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. REUTERS/Rashid Umar AbbasiSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201663PhotographerPOOL NewLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A view of a mangled dumpster at the site of an explosion that occurred in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York. REUTERS/Junstin Lane/PoolSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201664PhotographerRASHID ABBASILocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016FBI officials stand amid the site of an explosion which took place on Saturday night in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. REUTERS/Rashid Umar AbbasiSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201665PhotographerRASHID ABBASILocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016FBI and other security officials mark evidence near the site of an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. REUTERS/Rashid Umar AbbasiSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201666PhotographerPOOL NewLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A view of a mangled dumpster at the site of an explosion that occurred on Saturday night in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York. REUTERS/Justin Lane/PoolSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201667PhotographerReuters PhotographerReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Force India's Nico Hulkenberg crashes during the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. REUTERS/Jeremy LeeSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201668PhotographerMario AnzuoniLocationLOS ANGELES, United StatesReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016The cast of HBO's Game of Thrones pose backstage with their award for Oustanding Drama Series at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201669PhotographerMario AnzuoniLocationLOS ANGELES, United StatesReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus poses backstage with her award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series for Veep at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201670PhotographerBassam KhabiehLocationDAMASCUS, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016People walk across a street in rebel-held Ain Tarma, eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria. REUTERS/Bassam KhabiehSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201671PhotographerAlaa FaqirLocationDERAA, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016A man reacts to his wounds inside a field hospital after an airstrike in the rebel-held town of Dael, in Deraa Governorate, Syria. REUTERS/Alaa Al-FaqirSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201672PhotographerAlaa FaqirLocationDERAA, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016An injured man rests inside a field hospital after an airstrike in the rebel-held town of Dael, in Deraa Governorate, Syria. REUTERS/Alaa Al-FaqirSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201673PhotographerAlaa FaqirLocationDERAA, SYRIAReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016People move an injured man inside a field hospital after an airstrike in the rebel-held town of Dael, in Deraa Governorate, Syria. REUTERS/Alaa Al-FaqirSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201674Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201675PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationHOMS, SyriaReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Damaged buildings are seen in the Waer district in the central Syrian city of Homs, Syria. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201676PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationHOMS, SyriaReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A boy stands near the entrance of the Waer district in the central Syrian city of Homs, Syria. REUTERS/Omar SanadikiSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201677A veterinary from Saving the Survivors and Rhino 911 crew tend to a wounded Rhino during an operation on Sept. 19 at the Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa. Rhino 911 is a tactical air support non-profit organization that fights rhino poaching in South Africa.GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201678Life jackets that were used by refugees to cross the sea to Europe are laid out in Parliament Square on Monday. Carl Court / Getty Images-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201679.Rahela Sidiqi, a trustee of Women for Refugee Women and originally from Afghanistan, poses for a photograph amid lifejackets used by refugees to cross the sea to Europe as they are laid out in London's Parliament Square on Sept. 19.As world leaders gather in New York at the United Nations migration summit, Parliament Square was covered in what organizers are calling a "life jacket graveyard."Some 2,500 life jackets used by refugees and migrants, including 625 used by children, were laid on the grounds on Monday, to highlight the thousands that have drowned or gone missing.Carl Court / Getty Images-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201680A couple use their phones during an event outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, featuring 30,000 LED white roses aims. The event aims to break the Guinness World Record for "The Most LED Lights Lit in Relay" and promote Malaysia internationally.FAZRY ISMAIL / EPA-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201681Demonstrators gather in front of a burning car during an opposition rally in Kinshasa, Congo. At least 17 people, including three policemen, were killed when Congolese police and anti-government protesters clashed in the capital Kinshasa on Monday during a march against President Joseph Kabila and what the protesters see as his bid to extend his mandate.EDUARDO SOTERAS / AFP - Getty Images-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201682Israeli soldiers search Palestinians during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron.MUSSA ISSA QAWASMA / Reuters-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201683Athletes cheer as fireworks erupt during the closing ceremony of the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night.RICARDO MORAES / Reuters-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201684PhotographerRicardo MoraesLocationRIO DE JANEIRO, BrazilReuters / Sunday, September 18, 2016Fireworks erupt during the closing ceremony of the Rio 2016 Paralympics. REUTERS/Ricardo MoraesSep. 18 , 2016October 17, 201685Julia Louis-Dreyfus, winner of the best actress in a comedy series, as well as outstanding comedy series award for "Veep," poses with the cast in the press room during the 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday night.PHOTOS: Stars Shine at EmmysMIKE NELSON / EPA-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201686Fashion designer Zac Posen, of Lifetime's "Project Runway," adjusts the dress of model Emily Ratajkowski.LUCY NICHOLSON / Reuters-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201687Tatiana Maslany accepts the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for "Orphan Black" beating out presumed front runner Robin Wright for playing a woman with multiple cloned personalities.Chris Pizzello / AP-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201688PhotographerLucy NicholsonLocationLOS ANGELES, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Actress Tatiana Maslany holds her award for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series for "Orphan Black" as she mingles at the Governors Ball after the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California U.S., September 18, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201689PhotographerCarlos BarriaLocationPhiladelphia, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves as she arrives to speak at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201690PhotographerAlaa FaqirLocationDERAA, SyriaReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A man walks near a hole in the ground after an airstrike on Sunday in the rebel-held town of Dael, in Deraa Governorate, Syria September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Alaa Al-FaqirSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201691PhotographerStringer .LocationKINASHASA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of theReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Congolese police move to clear a barricade mounted at an intersection near Echangeur de Limete as opposition activists marched to press President Joseph Kabila to step down in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/StringerSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201692PhotographerDavid MercadoLocationLA PAZ, BOLIVIAReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Members of a school band wearing Star Wars costumes walk in the center of La Paz, Bolivia, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/David MercadoSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201693PhotographerMarcos BrindicciLocationBUENOS AIRES, ArgentinaReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A man stands inside a "Syrian house", which is part of an Amnesty International art installation to raise awarness of the conflict in Syria, at a subway station in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos BrindicciSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201694Bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami lies on the ground after a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey.The desperate search for Rahami, wanted in connection with a series of blasts that terrorized New York and New Jersey ended Monday in a gun battle with police officers.Ahmad Rahami was taken into custody after he was shot in the leg, law enforcement sources said.PHOTOS: Manhunt Ends in ShootoutEd Murray / NJ Advance Media-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201695Law enforcement officers secure the area where they arrested Ahmad Khan Rahami following a shootout in Linden, New Jersey, on Sept. 19.The search for Rahami ended after police got a call about a man sleeping in the doorway of a local bar.JEWEL SAMAD / AFP - Getty Images-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201696.Local residents watch as FBI investigators work at the restaurant run by Rahami's family in Elizabeth.Read full story: Bombing Suspect CapturedJEWEL SAMAD / AFP - Getty Images-19Sep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201697PhotographerHandout .LocationLINDEN, UNITED STATESReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A still image captured from a video from WABC television shows a conscious man believed to be New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami being loaded into an ambulance after a shoot-out with police in Linden, New Jersey. Courtesy WABC-TV via REUTERSSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201698PhotographerEduardo MunozLocationELIZABETH, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016FBI personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad Khan Rahami, who was wanted for questioning. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 201699PhotographerStringer .LocationLINDEN, UNITED STATESReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A policeman takes a photo of a man they identified as Ahmad Khan Rahami, who is wanted for questioning in connection with an explosion in New York City, as he is placed into an ambulance in Linden, New Jersey, in this still image taken from video. REUTERS/Anthony GenaroSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016100PhotographerStringer .LocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A New York Police Department (NYPD) robot retrieves an unexploded pressure cooker bomb on 27th Street, hours after an explosion nearby in New York City, New York. REUTERS/Lucien HarriotSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016101PhotographerStringer .LocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A New York Police Department (NYPD) robot places an unexploded pressure cooker bomb into a spherical chamber on 27th Street, hours after an explosion nearby in New York City, New York. REUTERS/Lucien HarriotSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016102PhotographerHandout .LocationNEW YORK CITY, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016An image of Ahmad Khan Rahami, who is wanted for questioning. Courtesy FBI/Handout via REUTERSSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016103PhotographerEduardo MunozLocationELIZABETH, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad Khan Rahami, who was wanted for questioning in an explosion in New York, which authorities believe is linked to the explosive devices found in New Jersey, in Elizabeth, U.S., September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016104PhotographerJonathan ErnstLocationFORT MYERS, UNITED STATESReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Fort Myers, Florida, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016105PhotographerLuke MacGregorLocationLondon, UKReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Cara Delevingne arrives for the presentation of the Burberry collection during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in London, Britain, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Luke MacGregorSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016106PhotographerIntime IntimeLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Refugees and migrants stand at the closed gate of the Moria migrant camp, after a fire at the facility. Tensions have boiled over at overcrowded camps on Greece's islands as the slow processing of asylum requests adds to frustration over tough living conditions. Greek media said the clashes on Monday erupted among residents following a rumor that hundreds of people would be deported. Intimenews/Manolis Lagoutaris/via REUTERSSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016107PhotographerAlaa FaqirLocationDERAA, SyriaReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A boy rides a bicycle near a hole in the ground after an airstrike on Sunday in the rebel-held town of Dael, in Deraa Governorate, Syria. REUTERS/Alaa Al-FaqirSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016108Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016109Authorities on the island of Lesbos called for the immediate evacuation Tuesday of thousands of refugees to the Greek mainland after a fire gutted a detention camp following protests. But European Union officials appeared cool to the idea.More than 4,000 people were housed at the camp in Moria on Lesbos where the fire broke out late Monday, destroying or damaging tents and trailers. No injuries were reported at the camp, about 8 kilometers (5 miles) north of the island's main town.Nine migrants were arrested on public disturbance charges after the chaotic scenes.Above: Migrants argue with riot police in the camp in Moria on Lesbos island, Greece, on Sept. 19, 2016.STRATIS BALASKAS / EPASep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016110Migrants wait next to burned tents at the camp on Sept. 20, following the overnight fire.More than 60,000 migrants and refugees are stranded in transit in Greece, and those who arrived after March 20 have been restricted to five Aegean islands under an EU-brokered deal to deport them back to Turkey. But the agreement has been fraught with delays.LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016111"The EU and Greece cannot carry on stockpiling refugees indefinitely on the Greek islands," Amnesty International's Giorgos Kosmopoulos said."Witnessing the charred remains of Moria camp is shocking but comes as little surprise. Holding thousands of vulnerable people on Lesbos in appalling conditions with no knowledge of their fate inevitably creates an incendiary atmosphere of fear and despondency."Dimitris Tosidis / InTime News via APSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016112PhotographerIntime IntimeLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016A migrant is covered with a blanket after a fire at the Moria migrant camp. Refugees and migrants on Lesbos are stranded there by a European Union deal with Turkey preventing them going beyond the island until their asylum claims have been processed. Those who do not qualify will be deported to Turkey. Intimenews/Manolis Lagoutaris/via REUTERSSep. 19 , 2016October 17, 2016113GALLERY PHOTOSSecurity guards from the University of the Witwatersrand pelt students with stones during clashes at a demonstration against university fee hikes, on Sept. 20, 2016 in Johannesburg.Police on Tuesday set off stun grenades and arrested about 30 students who were blocking access to the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. The students were reacting to a government announcement that universities can increase fees by up to 8 percent next year. In 2015, the government froze university fees for the current year after some of the biggest student protests in South Africa since the end of white minority rule in 1994.MUJAHID SAFODIEN / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016114Pedestrians holding umbrellas struggle against strong wind and heavy rains caused by Typhoon Malakas in Nagoya, Japan, on Tuesday.Kyodo News via Reuters-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016115People ride a swing in front of the St. Paul's church at the 183rd Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, Germany on Tuesday. The world's largest beer festival is being held from Sept. 17 to Oct. 3.Matthias Schrader / AP-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016116Piles of garbage cover the side of the road in the Jdeideh neighborhood, north of Beirut, on Sept. 20.JOSEPH EID / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016117A Palestinian woman tries to prevent the arrest of a Palestinian man by Israeli soldiers in the flashpoint city of Hebron, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. The man was named by family members, who witnessed his arrest, as Mohammed al-Kawasmi, 30, whom they said suffers from psychological troubles. Earlier in the day, a Palestinian teenager tried to stab an Israeli soldier near Hebron before being shot dead, officials said, the latest death in a flare-up of violence.HAZEM BADER / AFP - Getty Images-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016118New Yorkers pass a shattered storefront window on W. 23rd St. in Manhattan on Tuesday in New York. The window was hit by shrapnel from the bomb that exploded across the street Saturday evening. Bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami was captured Monday after being wounded in a gun battle with police.Mark Lennihan / APSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016119Representatives of different religions applaud after Pope Francis delivered his speech during the closing event of an inter-religious prayer gathering, in front of the Basilica of St. Francis, Assisi, Italy. War refugees and leaders and representatives of several religions, including Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and others, joined Pope Francis Tuesday in a day of prayer for peace in Assisi, the hometown of St. Francis, who preached tolerance and gentleness.Alessandra Tarantino / AP-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016120A man looks at photos of some of the people executed in Iran during a rally outside the United Nations headquarters in New York. The rally, organized by the Organization of Iranian American Communities, highlighted human rights abuses and called for democratic change in Iran.Mary Altaffer / AP-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016121The Turrialba volcano spews ash in Cartago, Costa Rica. The Costa Rican authorities suspended operations at the country's main airport Monday after the nearby Turrialba volcano erupted, sending a thick ash cloud into the sky. Turrialba erupted twice Monday, first at dawn and again just before noon. The second eruption sent an ash cloud 13,000 feet into the air.EZEQUIEL BECERRA / AFP - Getty Images-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016122PhotographerAntara Foto AgencyLocationPALU, IndonesiaReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A crocodile with a used motorcycle tire around its neck as seen on a river in Palu, Central Sulawesi province, Indonesia September 20, 2016. Residents suspect the tire was garbage thrown into the river before it became trapped around the crocodile's neck, reported Antara. Antara Foto/Mohamad Hamzah/via REUTERSSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016123PhotographerAmir CohenLocationASHDOD, IsraelReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Israeli soldiers from the navy take part in a combined drill with a helicopter squadron, practicing the evacuation of a wounded person to land from a vessel in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Ashdod, southern Israel September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Amir CohenSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016124PhotographerCarlos BarriaLocationNew York, United StatesReuters / Monday, September 19, 2016Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attends a bilateral meeting with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi at a hotel in New York, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016125PhotographerDenis BalibouseLocationGENEVA, SWITZERLANDReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Geneva police forces remove Greenpeace activists during a demonstration against the trade agreements TTIP, CETA and TiSA in front of the U.S. Mission in Geneva, Switzerland, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016126PhotographerHandout .LocationCAMBRIDGE, United KingdomReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Britain's Prince William sits in the cockpit of his East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) H145 helicopter, in this photograph released September 20, 2016. Olivia Howitt/Courtesy of BBC/Handout via REUTERSSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016127PhotographerToru HanaiLocationTOKYO, JAPANReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Japan's Olympic wrestler Saori Yoshida (bottom L) and Para-triathlon athlete Mami Tani pose for photos during an opening ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics promotional event "Go for 2020 Street" in Tokyo's Nihonbashi shopping and business district, Japan, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Toru HanaiSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016128PhotographerNeil HallLocationLONDON, UNITED KINGDOMReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Models present creations at the Isa Arfen presentation during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in London, Britain September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Neil HallSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016129AIR STRIKE ON AID CONVOY NEAR ALEPPOPhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A Civil Defence member and a man put out a fire after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. Syrian or Russian aircraft struck an aid convoy near Aleppo on Monday, a war monitor reported, as the Syrian military declared a one-week truce over. REUTERS/Ammar AbdullahSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016130Men drive a motorcycle near a damaged aid truck.The International Committee of the Red Cross said 20 civilians were killed in the convoy attack.AMMAR ABDULLAH / Reuters-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016131PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Damaged Red Cross and Red Crescent medical supplies lie inside a warehouse after an airstrike on the rebel-held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Ammar AbdullahSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016132PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Damaged Red Cross and Red Crescent medical supplies lie inside a warehouse after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. The confirmed death toll on Tuesday stood at one Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) staff member and "around 20 civilians", the SARC and Red Cross said in a joint statement. REUTERS/Ammar AbdullahSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016133Damaged Red Cross and Arab Red Crescent medical supplies are seen in a warehouse in Urum al-Kubra.OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP - Getty Images-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016134PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A boy inspects a damaged aid truck after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. "If this callous attack is found to be a deliberate targeting of humanitarians, it would amount to a war crime," U.N. aid chief Stephen O'Brien said in a statement calling for an immediate and independent investigation. REUTERS/Ammar AbdullahSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016135Boxes of humanitarian aid are strewn across the streets of Urum al-Kubra.The UN has suspended all aid convoy movements in Syria after the attack.OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP - Getty Images-20Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016136PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A damaged UNHCR truck is pictured after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. The United Nations had just received permission from the Syrian government to deliver aid to all besieged areas in the country, U.N. humanitarian aid spokesman Jens Laerke said. All parties, including Russia and the United States, had been notified about the cleared convoy heading to rebel-held...moreSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016137PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A boy rides a bicycle near a damaged aid truck after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. "Yesterday's attack is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and it is unacceptable," Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said in a statement. "Failing to protect humanitarian workers and structures might have serious...moreSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016138PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016People inspect damage after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. At least 18 of 31 trucks in a U.N. and Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) convoy were hit on Monday along with an SARC warehouse. The convoy was delivering aid for 78,000 people in the hard-to-reach town of Urm al-Kubra in Aleppo province. REUTERS/Ammar AbdullahSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016139PhotographerAmmar AbdullahLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Damaged aid trucks are pictured after an airstrike on the rebel held Urm al-Kubra town, western Aleppo city, Syria September 20, 2016. "Life-saving aid supplies have been totally damaged and a health clinic destroyed, depriving thousands of civilians of much needed food and medical assistance," said Benoit Carpentier of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. SARC's director in Urem al-Kubra, Omar...moreSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016140FIRE RIPS THROUGH GREEK MIGRANT CAMPPhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016The remains of a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp. The United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, linked the fire to poor living conditions and a sense of insecurity among many of the residents. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016141Migrants hold their belonging as a large fire burns inside the camp late Monday.Families with young children hastily packed up their belongings and fled into the nearby fields as the fire raged after nightfall. Many were later given shelter at volunteer-run camps.Michael Schwarz / APSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016142PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A migrant stands next to a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp. Roland Schoenbauer, UNHCR's spokesman in Greece, said people were "sick of waiting" in the camps. "They don't know when their asylum claims will be processed. Some people feel they don't have enough information," he said. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016143PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A migrant stands among the remains of a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp. Nearly 60 percent of the Moria camp, including tents and metal-roofed cabins, had been destroyed by the fire, a police official said. Work was underway on Tuesday to set up new tents, Police Minister Nikos Toskas said. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016144PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A migrant stands among the remains of a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp, after a fire that ripped through tents and destroyed containers during violence among residents, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016145PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Migrants stand among the remains of a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp. At least nine people were arrested on accusations of damaging property and causing unrest and were expected to appear before a prosecutor, a police official in Athens said. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016146PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A migrant woman carries a baby as she stands next to the remains of a burned tent at the Moria migrant camp. Panos Navrozidis, Greece director of aid agency International Rescue Committee, said the camp had been operating at over-capacity for months, with people crammed into the facility with limited access to water, and in conditions that do not meet humanitarian standards. He criticized the system to process claims as "opaque and...moreSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016147PhotographerGiorgos MoutafisLocationLESBOS, GREECEReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Migrants walk next to the remains of burned tents at the Moria migrant camp. "The situation is difficult," Christiana Kalogirou, prefect of the north Aegean region, told Greek TV. "There is a great need for decongestion of the islands ... in the future things could become much more difficult," she said. REUTERS/Giorgos MoutafisSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016148PhotographerChina Stringer NetworkLocationHANGZHOU, CHINAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016People run away from waves as they watch tidal bore in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/StringerSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016149PhotographerReuters StaffLocationLIBREVILLE, GABONReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016The charred interior of the parliament is seen after it was burned in post-election protests in Libreville, Gabon, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Edward McAllisterSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016150Protesters demonstrate in front of police in Charlotte, North Carolina, early Wednesday. Authorities used tear gas to disperse protesters in an overnight demonstration that broke out Tuesday after Keith Lamont Scott was fatally shot by an officer at an apartment complex.PHOTOS: Protests Disrupt CharlotteTuesday in Pictures: Sept. 20Jeff Siner / The Charlotte Observer via AP-21Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016151Police officers form a line in front of protesters in Charlotte on Sept. 20.Jeff Siner / The Charlotte Observer via APSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016152PhotographerSiphiwe SibekoLocationJOHANNESBURG, South AfricaReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016An injured student is attended to by her schoolmates after clashes with security at University of the Witwatersrand on Tuesday, as countrywide protests demanding free university education entered a third week, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 20,2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe SibekoSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016153PhotographerDenis BalibouseLocationGENEVA, SwitzerlandReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Dave Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, waits to give his speech against the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline during the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016154PhotographerCarlo AllegriLocationNEW YORK, United StatesReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016President Barack Obama shakes hands with the President of the seventy-first session of the United Nations General Assembly Peter Thomson and with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (L) after addressing the United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan, New York, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo AllegriSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016155PhotographerXXSTRINGERXX xxxxxLocationLONDON, UNITED KINGDOMReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Emily Blunt poses as she arrives at the world premiere of "The Girl on the Train" at Leicester Square in London, Britain September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Dylan MartinezSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016156PhotographerNick OxfordLocationTULSA, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Eight-year-old TerencAngelo Estes Jr. calls for the arrest of Officer Betty Shelby, who shot dead unarmed motorist e Crutcher, with other protesters outside the Tulsa Police headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Nick OxfordSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016157PhotographerReuters StaffLocationLOS ANGELES, United StatesReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A copy of papers filed at Los Angeles Superior Court by Angelina Jolie shows her petition for divorce from her husband Brad Pitt in Los Angeles, California, September 20, 2016. Jolie filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences as grounds for the split, court documents showed. REUTERS/Piya Sinha RoySep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016158PhotographerNeil HallLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Fashion fans pose outside the main catwalk venue during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in London, Britain September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Neil HallSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016159PhotographerDanny MoloshokLocationHOLLYWOOD, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Actors Lupita Nyong'o (L), Madina Nalwanga (C) and David Oyelowo pose in the same manner as they appear on the movie poster seen behind him during the Los Angeles premiere of "Queen of Katwe" in Hollywood, California September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Danny MoloshokSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016160PhotographerHandout .LocationCARACAS, VENEZUELAReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during his weekly broadcast "En contacto con Maduro" (In contact with Maduro) in Caracas, Venezuela September 20, 2016. Miraflores Palace/Handout via REUTERSSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016161PhotographerNeil HallLocationLONDON, UNITED KINGDOMReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A model presents a creation at the Emilio De la Morena catwalk show during London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in London, Britain September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Neil HallSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016162PhotographerNick OxfordLocationTULSA, UNITED STATESReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016Victor Walter (C) gets emotional as he and other protesters call for the arrest of Officer Betty Shelby, who shot dead unarmed motorist Terence Crutcher, outside of Tulsa Police headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick OxfordSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016163PhotographerHandout .LocationTULSA, United StatesReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A still image captured from a video from Tulsa Police Department shows Terence Crutcher seen with his hands in the air during a police shooting incident in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S. on September 16, 2016. Courtesy Tulsa Police Department/Handout via REUTERSSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016164PhotographerHandout .LocationTULSA, United StatesReuters / Tuesday, September 20, 2016A still image captured from a video from Tulsa Police Department shows Terence Crutcher after being shot during a police shooting incident in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on September 16, 2016. Courtesy Tulsa Police Department/Handout via REUTERSSep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016165Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016166.Students are injured by a police grenade during a protest against university fee increases on Sept. 21, in Johannesburg. South African police on Wednesday set off stun grenades and threw tear gas at stone-throwing students from a leading university who were demonstrating for free education.The chaos in the streets around the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg followed violent protests on the campus on Tuesday that forced the university's closure for the rest of the week. The demonstrators have been reacting to a government announcement that universities can increase fees by up to 8 percent next year.DAYLIN PAUL / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016167PhotographerStringer .LocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Police officers wearing riot gear block a road during protests after police fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/Adam Rhew/Charlotte MagazineSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016168Protesters surround a police vehicle in Charlotte on Tuesday.The protests broke out Tuesday after 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott was fatally shot by a black officer at an apartment complex on the city's northeast side. They continued into early Wednesday morning, when TV footage showed dozens of protesters on Interstate 85 apparently looting semi-trucks and setting their contents on fire on the highway.Jeff Siner / AP-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016169A protester stands with his arm extended and fist clenched in front of a line of police officers in Charlotte.The unrest in Charlotte came just hours after another demonstration in Tulsa, Oklahoma, over the shooting there of an unarmed black man by police.Jeff Siner / The Charlotte Observer via AP-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016170Protesters block traffic on the highway during protests.Sean Rayford / Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016171.People set cargo from tractor trailers on a fire on I-85 during protests.Sean Rayford / Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016172.People block traffic on I-85 during protests.Sean Rayford / Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016173A woman cries as she attends a Catholic Mass in Kinshasa on Sept. 21 to mourn the victims of recent violent clashes.Congo has for months suffered simmering anger over what opponents of President Joseph Kabila believe are his efforts to hold on to power beyond his constitutional term limit, either by delaying elections or revising the constitution, as other African leaders have done. The protests on Monday escalated into violent clashes between demonstrators and police, leaving at least 37 protesters and six policemen dead, Human Rights Watch said.EDUARDO SOTERAS / AFP - Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016174A sniper from Misrata fires towards Islamic State militant positions in Sirte, Libya. Forces loyal to the United Nations-brokered government have waged a campaign to dislodge Islamic State from Sirte since June.Manu Brabo / AP-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016175Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi addresses the U.N. General Assembly at the UN headquarters. The former political prisoner made her first speech Wednesday at the U.N. General Assembly since forming a democratically elected government and called for international understanding as Myanmar grapples with sectarian tensions.Suu Kyi's appearance at the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations is the latest landmark in a personal and national transformation as the country also known as Burma emerges from five decades of military rule.JEWEL SAMAD / AFP - Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016176A South African police officer looks on during clashes with students from the University of the Witwatersrand protesting university fee increases in Johannesburg. At least two students were injured on Wednesday when South African police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse protests over the cost of education, university and student representatives said.MUJAHID SAFODIEN / AFP - Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016177A couple kisses while they take pictures in the middle of a field at Olympic Park in Seoul, South Korea.Ahn Young-joon / AP-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016178Paraguay's Adolfo Salas, left, vies for the ball with Colombia's Jhonatan Toro during their Colombia 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup match in Cali, Colombia on Sept. 20.LUIS ROBAYO / AFP - Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016179PhotographerEzra AcayanLocationMANILA, PhilippinesReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A revolver is seen in the hand of one of the three bodies of men lying on a street, who police said were gunned down in an armed encounter by policemen at a police checkpoint in Manila, Philippines September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra AcayanSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016180PhotographerGleb GaranichLocationKIEV, UkraineReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People and military cadets attend a Peace March to mark the International Day of Peace in Kiev, Ukraine, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb GaranichSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016181PhotographerStefan WermuthLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Campaigners pose on a 'Stop Trump' open-top double decker bus before touring London to urge Americans living abroad to register and vote, Britain September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan WermuthSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016182PhotographerAjay VermaLocationCHANDIGARH, INDIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Artisans dress up a 27-foot-long model of Kumbhakarna, younger brother of demon king Ravana, a Hindu mythological character, at a seven day long Health Wealth and Happiness carnival organized by the Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya spiritual organization in Chandigarh, India, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ajay VermaSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016183PhotographerAfolabi SotundeLocationZARIA, NigeriaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A horseman waits to take part in the Durbar festival parade in Zaria, Nigeria September 14, 2016. REUTERS/Afolabi SotundeSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016184PhotographerChina Daily China Daily Information Corp - CDICLocationLIAOCHENG, CHINAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People dry crSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016185PhotographerStefan WermuthLocationLONDON, United KingdomReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Eight-year-old Stella poses with 'Portrait of an Unknown Lady' by Joan Carlile at Tate Britain in London, Britain September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan WermuthSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016186SYRIA'S UNRAVELING TRUCEPhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A man runs with a stretcher in a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016187PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A man reacts while being carried on a stretcher after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016188PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A man carries an injured child after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmaiSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016189PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A man carries an injured girl after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016190PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Men drive a motorcycle amidst rubble of damaged buildings near a graveyard after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016191PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Men carry children away from a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016192PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A woman reacts in a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighbourhood of Aleppo, Syria. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016193MIGRANTS PLUCKED FROM OVERLOADED DINGHYPhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A dinghy which carried 131 migrants from different African countries floats after being released by a member of the German NGO Jugend Rettet, during a rescue operation off the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean Sea September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016194An overcrowded dinghy with migrants from different African countries is followed by members of the German NGO Jugend Rettet during a rescue operation off the Libyan coast. Thousands of illegal migrants have made the dangerous sea voyage across the Mediterranean in recent years fleeing war and poverty, mostly via lawless Libya. Thousands have drowned.ZOHRA BENSEMRA / Reuters-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016195PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A migrant is transferred from a dinghy by members of Save the Children NGO after he was rescued by members of the German NGO Jugend Rettet. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016196PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A migrant smiles as he is transferred from a dinghy during a rescue operation. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016197PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016An exhausted migrant is seen on board of Iuventa vessel after she was rescued from an overcrowded dinghy. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016198PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Migrants from different African countries are seen on board of Iuventa vessel after being rescued. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016199PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Ronia, 24, a member of the German NGO Jugend Rettet watches rescuers from the Save the Children NGO transferring migrants from the vessel Iuventa to their ship after her organization rescued them from an overcrowded dinghy. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016200PhotographerZohra BensemraLocationMEDITERRANEAN SEA, Mid-SeaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A migrant is seen on board of Iuventa vessel after he was rescued from an overcrowded dinghy. REUTERS/Zohra BensemraSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016201PhotographerJohn VizcainoLocationYARI PLAINS, COLOMBIAReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Fighters from Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) enjoy a party during a cultural event at a camp where they prepare to ratify a peace deal with the government, near El Diamante in Yari Plains, Colombia, September 20, 2016. REUTERS/John VizcainoSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016202PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People maneuver amongst tear gas in uptown Charlotte during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016203PhotographerKevin LamarqueLocationNEW YORK, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016President Barack Obama meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016204PhotographerJonathan ErnstLocationDAYTON, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (C), motioning to reporters to keep a safe distance with Staub Vice President Sandy Keplinger (L) and president Steve Staub (R), looks at machinery as he tours the Staub Manufacturing plant in Dayton, Ohio, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan ErnstSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016205PhotographerAlessandro GarofaloLocationMILAN, ITALYReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Model Paris Hilton (C) presents a creation at the Philipp Plein fashion show during Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in Milan, Italy, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro GarofaloSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016206PhotographerMarko DjuricaLocationBELGRADE, SerbiaReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A child looks through a window inside a camp for refugees and migrants in the Belgrade suburb of Krnjaca, Serbia, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Marko DjuricaSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016207PhotographerStringer .LocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People gather along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea during a search for victims after a migrant boat capsized, in Al-Beheira, Egypt, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/StringerSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016208PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People gather at the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets in uptown Charlotte to protest the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016209PhotographerAlvin BaezLocationSAN JUAN, Puerto RicoReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People use an ATM machine at a shopping mall during a power outage that affected several areas in the country, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Alvin BaezSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016210Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016211PhotographerABDULJABBAR ZEYADLocationHodeidah, YemenReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016People gather at the site of a Saudi-led air strike in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, Yemen September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Abduljabbar ZeyadSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016212PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Blood covers the pavement where a person was shot in uptown Charlotte during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016213CHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESPhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Protesters walk in the streets downtown during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016214PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Protesters walk in the streets downtown during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016215A protester kicks a van outside the Omni Hotel.Chuck Burton / AP-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016216Police and protesters carry a seriously wounded protester into the parking area of the the Omni Hotel. While city officials initially said that a civilian had been fatally shot, they later corrected their statement to say the victim was in critical condition on life support. Officials said the person was shot by a civilian, not a police officer.Brian Blanco / Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016217A protester faces off with a police officer in riot gear.NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016218. Demonstrators walk near a damaged bus.Sean Rayford / Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016219A woman points with her blood-covered hand at a police officer.Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency as midnight approached, saying he was calling in the National Guard and state troopers to help restore order.Sean Rayford / Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016220PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Protesters walk in the streets downtown during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016221PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Family members of Keith Scott assemble near a press conference, held after protests against the police shooting of Scott, in Charlotte. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016222Protesters march in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Thursday night, Sept. 22.Crowds marched again in Charlotte overnight but the city remained mostly calm early Friday after authorities declared a curfew following two nights of violence. Demonstrators massed on the city's streets to protest the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott and demand the release of video that could resolve questions over his killing.Jeff Siner / Charlotte Observer via APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016223PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Two women embrace while looking at a police officer in uptown Charlotte during a protest of the police shooting of Keith Scott, in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016224PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A protester with a painted face joins the demonstrations during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016225PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016U.S. National Guard soldiers prepare for another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016226PhotographerOmar SanadikiLocationHOMS, SyriaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A bus with Syrian rebels and their families evacuating the besieged Waer district in the central Syrian city of Homs is pictured after a local agreement was reached between rebels and Syria's army, Syria, September 22, 2016. The graffiti on the sign reads in Arabic: "Assad or nobody, only Bashar." REUTERS/Omar SanadikiSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016227PhotographerHandout .LocationVIENNA, AustriaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Two king penguins and their chick stand in their enclosure in the zoo of Schoenbrunn in Vienna, Austria, September 21, 2016. Tiergarten Schoenbrunn/Daniel Zupanc/Handout via REUTERSSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016228PhotographerAnuwar HazarikaLocationNAGAON, IndiaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A woman carries a bundle of jute for drying in a paddy field in Nagaon district in the northeastern state of Assam, India, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Anuwar HazarikaSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016229PhotographerStringer .LocationSHIRQAT, IraqReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Iraqi security forces with Sunni Muslim tribal fighters arrest a member of the Islamic State in Shirqat, Iraq, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/StringerSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016230TEEMING MIGRANT BOAT SINKS OFF EGYPTPhotographerMohamed Abd El GhanyLocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Rescue workers carry the body of a victim on a stretcher after a boat carrying migrants capsized off Egypt's coast, in Al-Beheira, Egypt. A boat carrying hundreds of migrants capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Egypt, officials said, with a death toll to 52. Security officials said almost 600 people may have been squeezed aboard the wooden vessel, suggesting hundreds more may have perished in what is just the latest...moreSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016231PhotographerStringer .LocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016People gather along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea during a search for victims. The boat sank off Burg Rashed, a village in Egypt's northern Beheira province where the Nile meets the Mediterranean. Rescue workers and fishermen have rescued 169 people, suggesting hundreds might have perished at sea. REUTERS/StringerSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016232PhotographerMohamed Abd El GhanyLocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016An Egyptian mother reacts beside the body of her son who was on the boat. The boat was carrying Egyptian, Sudanese, Eritrean and Somali migrants, officials said. It was not immediately clear where the vessel was heading, though officials said they believed it was going to Italy. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El GhanySep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016233PhotographerMohamed Abd El GhanyLocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016People gather along the shore of the Mediterranean Sea during a search for victims. The International Organization for Migration urged Egypt to impose tougher penalties on human traffickers and address the concerns driving people to undertake the perilous journey. "Entire families, children and young people entrusted their lives to human smugglers, and risked everything aboard an unseaworthy boat that capsized and sank in the...moreSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016234Egyptian policemen and medics stand over a body of a migrant along the shore in the Egyptian port city of Rosetta on Thursday, during a search operation after a boat carrying migrants capsized in the Mediterranean. The boat carrying up to 450 migrants capsized in the Mediterranean off Egypt's north coast, drowning 42 people and prompting a search operation that rescued 163 passengers, officials said.MOHAMED EL-SHAHED / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016235PhotographerMohamed Abd El GhanyLocationAL-BEHEIRA, EgyptReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Relatives of missing persons are pictured. Many of those interviewed in the aftermath of the shipwreck off Egypt spoke of their desire to flee in search of a brighter future. Most cite a lack of jobs, low incomes, poor prospects and growing political repression in Egypt since general and now President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seized power in mid-2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El GhanySep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016236PhotographerAlessandro GarofaloLocationMILAN, ITALYReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A model presents a creation at the Philipp Plein show. REUTERS/Alessandro GarofaloSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016237PhotographerAlessandro GarofaloLocationMILAN, ITALYReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016Models present creations at the Philipp Plein show. REUTERS/Alessandro GarofaloSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016238PhotographerAlessandro GarofaloLocationMILAN, ITALYReuters / Wednesday, September 21, 2016A model presents a creation at the Philipp Plein show. REUTERS/Alessandro GarofaloSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016239Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia attend a meeting ahead of the 10th National Guerrilla Conference at the camp in Llanos del Yari, Caqueta Department, Colombia, on Sept. 16.The meeting runs until Sept. 23. After 52 years of conflict, FARC rebels open what leaders hope will be their last conference as a guerrilla army. Ranking officials and members are set to vote on a historic peace deal with the Colombian government.LUIS ACOSTA / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 16 , 2016October 17, 2016240Carlos Antonio Lozada, a member of secretary of the FARC, in a meeting.Some 200 delegates of the FARC guerrilla army are expected to ratify the peace agreement. This is the group's first conference not held in secret. Instead of discussing battlefield strategy, the FARC must settle on a new name for their political movement and choose representatives to fill 10 seats reserved for them in congress in exchange for laying down its weapons.LUIS ACOSTA / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016241Guerrilla soldiers wash laundry during the conference.MAURICIO DUENAS CASTANEDA / EPA-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016242.Guerrillas read excerpts about human rights during the 10th FARC National Conference on Sept. 20.MAURICIO DUENAS CASTANEDA / EPA-22Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016243Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia attend the opening ceremony of the five-day gathering on Sept. 17.Standing before hundreds of fighters in southern Colombia, Timochenko said the FARC wants to spread its message as an unarmed political party and transform the Andean nation after five decades of war. "Our greatest aspiration is to reach many more with our message until the torrent for transformation is overwhelming."LUIS ACOSTA / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 17 , 2016October 17, 2016244A Syrian man sits inside his tents at Ritsona refugee camp north of Athens, which hosts about 600 refugees and migrants on Sept. 22, 2016. Most of the roughly 60,000 refugees and other migrants stranded in Greece are living in "appalling conditions" and face "immense and avoidable suffering," rights group Amnesty International said in a report Thursday, slamming Europe's response to the refugee crisis.Petros Giannakouris / APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016245Staffers of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent assist families of gunmen as they leave from Al-Waer, the last rebel-held neighborhood of Homs, Syria, on Thursday. Syrian state TV said buses have evacuated 261 residents from Al-Waer including 103 gunmen and 158 women, children, and older men. They are part of an agreement between rebels and the authorities to lift a government blockade on the neighborhood that has been enforced since November 2013. They were transferred to the northern Homs countryside, and will be bussed to rebel-held Idlib on Saturday. An estimated 75,000 residents are still in the neighborhood, with dwindling supplies of food and medicine.AP-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016246An elderly man stands among the rubble of the Alsonidar Group's water pump and pipe factory after it was hit by Saudi-led airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen, on Thursday. The Saudi-led coalition has been carrying out airstrikes against Yemen's Houthi rebels and their allies since March 2015.Hani Mohammed / AP22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016247A woman sits at the bank of river Ravi as the sunsets in Lahore, Pakistan on Thursday.RAHAT DAR / EPA-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016248Students of the Pyongyang International Football School take part in an under-14 training session, in Pyongyang on Thursday. The school, which opened in 2013, has 200 students and accepts 12 new entrants per year.ED JONES / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016249Palestinian school girls smile to the camera as they come back home in their school bus on Thursday in Gaza City.MOHAMMED ABED / AFP - Getty Images-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016250President Barack Obama shares a laugh with actress and singer, Audra McDonald before presenting her with the 2015 National Medal of Arts during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Thursday.Susan Walsh / AP-22Sep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016251A deer calls out at Richmond Park in London on Thursday. Today marks the first day of autumn, also known as the autumn equinox, where night and day are equal.Jack Taylor / Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016252Flor Dalisa Contreras talks with Virginia Rivas at a coffee shop during a power outage that affected several areas in the country, Sept. 21.ALVIN BAEZ / ReutersSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016253People wait in line to buy ice, Sept. 22.The outage was the latest hit for an island mired in a decade-long economic crisis and whose government has warned it is running out of money as it seeks to restructure nearly $70 billion in public debt.Many Puerto Ricans expressed doubts that power would be restored quickly, saying the economic slump has affected basic government services. Hundreds of people took to social media to criticize the Electric Power Authority, noting that they already pay bills on average twice that of the U.S. mainland.Carlos Giusti / APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016254Vehicle lights illuminate a street after a massive blackout, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sept. 22, 2016. Puerto Ricans faced another night of darkness Thursday as crews slowly restored electricity a day after a fire at a power plant caused the aging utility grid to fail and blacked out the entire island.The Electric Power Authority said investigators were trying to determine what caused the fire that broke out Wednesday afternoon. The blaze began at a switch and caused two transmission lines of 230,000 volts each to fail.Carlos Giusti / APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016255BATTLING ISLAMIC STATE IN LIBYAPhotographerIsmail ZetouniLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A tank is seen as fighters from Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government take position during a battle with Islamic State militants in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Ismail ZitounySep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016256.Members of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government ride their tanks during a battle with ISIS militants in Sirte on Sept. 6.HANI AMARA / ReutersSep. 6 , 2016October 17, 2016257GALLERY PHOTOSPhotographerHani AmaraLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Wednesday, September 07, 2016Smoke rises following what witnesses said was an air strike during a battle between Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government and Islamic State militants in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Hani AmaraSep. 07 , 2016October 17, 2016258GALLERY PHOTOSPhotographerStringer .LocationMISRATA, LibyaReuters / Friday, September 09, 2016Smoke rises as Libyan forces dispose of explosives left behind by Islamic State militants following a battle in Sirte, at Misrata, Libya. REUTERS/StringerSep. 09 , 2016October 17, 2016259GALLERY PHOTOSAbdul, 22, and Muftah, 19, rest at their unit's headquarters on the outskirts of Sirte on Sept. 21.Manu Brabo / APSep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016260GALLERY PHOTOSPhotographerIsmail ZetouniLocationSIRTE, LibyaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A Libyan forces tank allied with the U.N.-backed government is seen during a battle with Islamic State militants in Sirte, Libya. REUTERS/Ismail ZitounySep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016261A fighter with Libyan forces affiliated with the U.N.-backed Tripoli government scans for targets from the minaret of a mosque retaken from ISIS control in Sirte, Libya, on Sept. 22.Brigades from the western city of Misrata have surrounded militants in a gradually shrinking residential area in central Sirte. The Libyan forces have been supported since Aug. 1 by U.S. airstrikes.Manu Brabo / APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016262A fighter uses a dummy to gain the attention of ISIS snipers at the frontline in Sirte on Sept. 22.After advancing rapidly on Sirte in May, the Libyan forces have suffered high numbers of casualties from sniper fire, suicide bombings and improvised explosive devices. More than 500 have been killed and more than 2,000 wounded.FABIO BUCCIARELLI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016263Fighters rest near a destroyed building during a battle against ISIS militants at the frontline in Sirte on Sept. 22.The forces are supported by a U.N.-backed government in Tripoli but complain that it has been slow to provide help. Fighters are mostly using outdated weapons and ammunition and lack armored vehicles and protective clothing.FABIO BUCCIARELLI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016264A fighter fires his weapon during fighting against ISIS forces on Sept. 22.FABIO BUCCIARELLI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016265Smoke rises from a destroyed neighborhood in Sirte on Sept. 22.FABIO BUCCIARELLI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016266A fighter scans for targets during an attack to retake the last district from ISIS control in Sirte on Sept. 22.ISIS expanded into Libya in 2014, taking advantage of the political chaos and security vacuum that developed after Muammar Gaddafi was toppled in an uprising five years ago.Manu Brabo / APSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016267PhotographerChristian HartmannLocationPIETROSELLA, FranceReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A small fisherman's boat makes its way past the rocks of Sete Nave as the sun sets outside Pietrosella, on the southern part of Corsica, France, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Christian HartmannSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016268PhotographerHandout .LocationSan Carlos, VenezuelaReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (2nd R) rides a horse next to Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez (R) during an event related to a government plan for planting and harvesting cereal crops, in San Carlos, Venezuela, September 22, 2016. Miraflores Palace/Handout via REUTERSSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016269PhotographerAlvin BaezLocationSAN JUAN, Puerto RicoReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016The employee of a drug store hangs up a portable gas lantern during a power outage after a fire at an energy plant knocked out electricity for the bulk of the island, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Alvin BaezSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016270PhotographerBen NelmsLocationVANCOUVER, CANADAReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Gabriel George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation is pictured at the signing of the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion during an announcement on oil sands pipelines, with special relevance for the Kinder Morgan and Northern Gateway proposals, at the Musqueam Community Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ben NelmsSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016271Children play on the beach at an unofficial refugee site run by activists on the island of Lesbos on Sept. 22. Thousands of migrants and refugees fled the Moria refugee camp on Monday after a fire broke out destroying tents and trailers following protests.PHOTOS: Thousands Flee Greek Migrant Camp Fire as Tensions FlareLOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016272PhotographerAlessandro GarofaloLocationMILAN, ITALYReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016A model presents a creation at the Moschino fashion show during Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 in Milan, Italy, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Alessandro GarofaloSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016273PhotographerBrian SnyderLocationCAMBRIDGE, UNITED STATESReuters / Thursday, September 22, 2016Nobel Laureate Eric Maskin (R) presents the 2016 Ig Nobel Prize in Biology to Thomas Thwaites of the United Kingdom for "creating prosthetic extension of his limbs that allowed him to move in the manner of, and spend time roaming the hills in the company of, goats" during the 26th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Brian SnyderSep. 22 , 2016October 17, 2016274Sep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016275A protester shakes hands with a member of the National Guard. After Wednesday's chaos, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency and the National Guard and state troopers were deployed to help local police in case of more unrest.CAITLIN PENNA / EPASep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016276PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A National guard soldier accepts a hug from a protester as people march through downtown to protest the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016277PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016Police in riot gear follow a wave of tear gas as they chase demonstrators off the highway as people protest the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016278Activists attempt to make their way onto Interstate 277 to block traffic.Brian Blanco / Getty ImagesSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016279Riot police block a ramp to a highway.NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP - Getty ImagesSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016280A demonstrator shouts during protests.Sean Rayford / Getty ImagesSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016281PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016Protesters march in the streets during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016282PhotographerJason MiczekLocationCHARLOTTE, UNITED STATESReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A woman shouts to fellow marchers during a protest against the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. REUTERS/Jason MiczekSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016283PhotographerMike BlakeLocationCHARLOTTE, United StatesReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016Protesters write the names of police shooting victims on the sidewalk while National Guard soldiers look on during another night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. REUTERS/Mike BlakeSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016284PhotographerRupak De ChowdhuriLocationKOLKATA, IndiaReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016An electrician hangs decorative lights at a pandal, a temporary platform, for the upcoming Hindi festival of Durga Puja in Kolkata, India, September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Rupak De ChowdhuriSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016285PhotographerDenis BalibouseLocationLE SENTIER, SwitzerlandReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016Staff inspect the presentation before the Swiss Cheese Awards competition in Le Sentier, Switzerland September 23, 2016. One hundred and forty-two experts have to choose the best out of 777 cheeses from 353 producers competing in 28 categories. REUTERS/Denis BalibouseSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016286PhotographerDinuka LiyanawatteLocationCOLOMBO, Sri LankaReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A man rests on his cart after unloading plastic jugs near a shop at a main market in Colombo, Sri Lanka September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Dinuka LiyanawatteSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016287PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016People inspect a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016288ALEPPO, SYRIAPhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A boy inspects a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held Tariq al-Bab neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016289PhotographerReuters TVLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A still image taken from video posted on social media web sites shows a baby being carried by rescue workers after being dug out from from rubble of a collapsed building in Aleppo, Syria. Social Media via Reuters TVSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016290PhotographerReuters TVLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A still image from video posted on social media web sites shows a baby being rescued from rubble of a collapsed building in Aleppo, Syria. Social Media via Reuters TVSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016291PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016People inspect a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016292PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016People inspect a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held Tariq al-Bab neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016293PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A man stands over damaged shops after airstrikes on the rebel held al-Qaterji neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016294PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016People inspect a hole in the ground filled with water in a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held Tariq al-Bab neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016295PhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016People inspect a damaged site after airstrikes on the rebel held Tariq al-Bab neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmaiSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016296Syrians remove a victim from the rubble of a destroyed building following a reported air strike in the Qatarji neighborhood on Sept. 21.AMEER ALHALBI / AFP - Getty Images-21Sep. 21 , 2016October 17, 2016297GALLERY PHOTOSA man carries the body of an infant retrieved from under the rubble of a building following a reported airstrike on Sept. 23 on the al-Muasalat area.THAER MOHAMMED / AFP - Getty Images-26Sep. 23 ,2016October 17, 2016298Syrians pull the body of child out from under the rubble of a building following bombardment of the al-Marja neighborhood on Sept. 23.AMEER ALHALBI / AFP - Getty Images-23Sep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016299Sep. 20 , 2016October 17, 2016300GALLERY PHOTOSPhotographerAbdalrhman IsmailLocationALEPPO, SYRIAReuters / Friday, September 23, 2016A damaged site is pictured after airstrikes on the rebel held Tariq al-Bab neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria September 23, 2016. REUTERS/Abdalrhman IsmailSep. 23 , 2016October 17, 2016301THE ENDPictures of the month: SEPTEMBERSep.16 Sep.232016