World In Photo : End of November 2015

From the festivities for the Thanksgiving Day in the United States, visit of Pope Francis in Nairobi, Kenya to COP21 climate conference, everywhere, everyone thinking about humanity and a peaceful planet earth but in the end of all what actually we have got here as World In Photo..


  • This artwork, by Argentinian artist Pedro Marzorati​, has been installed in Montsouris park, Paris, ahead of next week’s COP21 climate conference in the French capital.​ The installation, called Where the Tides Ebb and Flow, illustrates the theme of rising sea levels. ​
    (REUTERS/Christian Hartmann)


  • Thousands of protesters participating in a march in Melbourne, Australia, in view of the climate conference that will open in Paris on 30 November. – (Chris Hopkins, Getty Images)


  • An ecological operator collects leaves in Xihu Lake in Hangzhou, in the Chinese province of Zhejiang. – (ChinaFotoPress / Getty Images)


  • Migrants heat up around a fire on the train tracks to Idomeni the border between Greece and Macedonia. – (Muhammed Muheisen, AP / Ansa)


  • During the Thanksgiving Day Parade in NewYork, US. – (Andrew Kelly, Reuters / Contrasto)


  • A boy plays in the ruins of the house of the Persian poet and mystic of the thirteenth century Gialal al-Din Rumi, near MazariSharif, Afghanistan. – (Farshad Usyan, AFP)


  • A frozen handrail on the coast of Dalian, in the province of Liaoning, China. – (Reuters / Contrasto)


  • Cuban immigrants in a reception center in LaCruz, CostaRica, on the border with Nicaragua. Hundreds of Cuban migrants, to the United States, are locked in Costa Rica following the closure of borders by Nicaragua. – (Ezequiel Becerra, AFP)


  • Pope Francis visits a school in Bangui, Central AfricanRepublic. The pontiff arrived in the country on November 29 for the third and last leg of his trip to Africa. – (Gianluigi Guercia, AFP)


  • During a storm in Helsinki, Finland. – (Markku Ulander, AFP)


  • A Syrian boy paints a mural in the refugee camp in Mafraq, the border between Syria and Jordan. The initiative, supported by the United Nations for Refugees, aims to make the area more welcoming through the involvement of refugees. – (Muhammad Hamed, Reuters / Contrasto)

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