World In Photo: Second Week Of December

From the bad weather in the northwest of the United States to the ForeverBicycles exhibition in Melbourne: last 24 x 7 around the world in photograph.

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  • The waters of the Snoqualmie River overflows after a storm in Carnation, Washington. Bad weather in the northwestern of US has left thousands of homes without electricity. Jay Inslee, the governor of Washington, declared a state of emergency. – (Jason Redmond, Reuters / Contrasto)

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  • Artists Tibetans living in exile expect to perform at the festival of the Himalayas, near Dharamsala, India. – (Raminder Pal Singh, EPA / ANSA)

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  • A reception center for migrants in the ex Tempelhof airport in Berlin. – (Fabrizio Bensch, Reuters / Contrasto)

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  • The Coast Guard patrol the RioGrande in LaGrulla, Texas, along the border between Mexico and the US. In recent months there has been a significant increase of families and unaccompanied minors who have crossed the river to get to the United States. – (John Moore, Getty Images)

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  • Esteban Quispe, a student of 17 years, in a landfill Patacamaya, Bolivia, along with a robot inspired by the character of Pixar Wall-E. The boy hopes one day to mechanize agriculture Patacamaya using robots that feed solar energy. – (David Mercado, Reuters / Contrasto)

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  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau posing with some flight attendants awaiting the arrival of Syrian refugees in Toronto. – (Mark Blinch, Reuters / Contrasto)

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  • Syrian rebels aboard a bus along with other fighters and civilians in the district of Waer, in Homs. The rebels are leaving the city after reaching an agreement with the Syrian government and the mediation of the UN. – (Louai Beshara, AFP)

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  • The ForeverBicycles by the Chinese artist and #activist Ai Weiwei in Melbourne, Australia, on display at the exhibition Andy Warhol-Ai Weiwei at the National Gallery of Victoria. – (Paul Crock, AFP)

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  • British artist Banksy has created a #mural that portrays Steve Jobs in the jungle of Calais, a field where thousands of refugees coming to the UK from France. Banksy wants to draw #attention to the living conditions of refugees in Europe and on its website wrote: “The son of an immigrant from Syria.” The father of Jobs in fact came from Syria. – (

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  • Ex President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner mentions a dance step greeting his supporters for the last time after eight years in office. Beside him on the stage in front of the CasaRosada in BuenosAires, is the son, the deputy Máximo Kirchner. Today is setting the new president Mauricio Macri, who was elected on November 22. – (Andres Stapff, Reuters / Contrasto)

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