A file picture dated 11 July 2009 shows visitors reading the names of Bosnian Muslims who were killed in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre on a memorial plaque at the cemetery where 534 newly-identified Bosnian Muslims were to be buried, Bosnia and Herzegovina
US actress Susan Sarandon comforts Kanti Maya Tamang , who lost her husband and daughter during the earthquake, in Ramkot village, on the outskirt of Kathmandu, Nepal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) meets with Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill I (L) after the concert at the Red Square to mark the Day Slavic Written Language at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, 24 May 2015.
Presidential candidate Andrzej Duda (C) with his wife Agata Kornhauser-Duda (R) and daughter Kinga Duda (L) react on the first projections during presidential election night in Warsaw, Poland, 24 May 2015. Conservative challenger Andrzej Duda looks set to
Lotus lanterns are lit up at the Jogye Temple, the headquarters of South Korea`s largest Buddhist order, Jogye, in Seoul, South Korea, late 24 May 2015, one day ahead of Buddha`s Birthday.
People gather around the sculpture `Spring` by Rafael San Juan, which is part of the 12th edition of the Havana Art Biennial, in Havana, Cuba, 24 May 2015.
Two men are drinking in a bar complaining of dates gone wrong."It did't work," one says."How come? You told her you have a rich grandfather, didn't you?""Sure!""And then?""Well, ... read
A hunter gets lost in a forest. With dusk falling and rain starting to fall, he decides to look for shelter somewhere around.He then spots a cave at the ... read
''The words of your Prime Minister that there is no real attempt to fight corruption in Romania while the arrests of high level politicians are merely related to conflicting political affiliations, are a bad sign,'' stated Monica Macovei, former Romanian Justice Minister and current MEP from the European People's Party. ... read
‘’I haven’t seen the Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski because of the simple reason that any meeting with him or with Zoran Zaev (although I did talk to him on the phone) could be interpreted as a possible attempt for me to intervene or could be used in their inter-political ... read
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Macedonian capital Skopje on 17 May 2015 to demand the resignation of conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in a protest rally organized by Social Democrat opposition.
Pressure on the Macedonian premier to step down has been mounting since a wire-tapping scandal broke out earlier this year, raising concerns how tightly ...
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