In Pictures

An opposition supporter holds a placard depicting President of Russia Vladimir Putin during an opposition rally against the deployment of Russian military base in Belarus in Minsk, Belarus, October 04, 2015.

Several of the 24-pound canons from The USS Constitution, the worlds oldest warship afloat, wait on the pier as she sits in dry dock during a three year restoration program a the the Charlestown Naval Yard in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 06 October 2015.

Bulgarian artist Nedko Solakov poses next to his artwork entitled `A Site specific Piece on Stand-by 2014/15` as artworks are presented at the European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, 06 October 2015.

The tree-inspired sculpture entitled `Gravity and Growth` by artist Guiseppe Penome is on display during the presentation of artworks at the European Central Bank HQ in Frankfurt, Germany, 6 October 2015.

A Trabant 601 statue carved from a 25-ton block of sandstone by sculptor Carlo Wloch is transported on a truck from a workshop in Berlin, Germany, 06 October 2015. The artwork weighing 9 tons will be showcased at a vintage car fair in Berlin 8-11 Oct.

Visitors look at old cars placed in front of Soviet strategic bomber Tu 95 "Bear" during the "OldCarLand" motor show in Kiev, Ukraine, October 02, 2015.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) with Russian President Vladimir Putin during a bilateral prior to a summit on Ukraine at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, October 02, 2015.


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Croatia Struggles to Cope with Migrant Tide

1 of 16 | September 18, 2015, Friday // 15:29 EPA/BGNES

Refugees warm themselves around a fire at the railway station in Beli Manastir, north-eastern Croatia, near the Hungarian border, early 18 September 2015.

More and more migrants arrive in Croatia on alternative routes to enter the European Union in recent days. Serbia`s border with Croatia has become the latest flashpoint in Europe`s refugee crisis as migrants sought alternative routes to Western Europe after Hungary slammed its doors shut. Hungary on 15 September sealed the last gap in the barricade along its border with ...

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