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Impressive Weekly News in Pictures (Dec 6 ? Dec 12)

Every week passing out leaves the most memorial and interesting news of the day-by-day changing world. Moreover, the year of 2010 comes to an end soon bringing the overview of the world via outstanding events in every country, in every field including society, culture, economics, science, technology, and so on. If you have no free time to update latest world news, the following article will provide you some impressive events through a series of photos. On December 4, both Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara took oaths of presidency in Ivory Coast. Wikileaks founders Julian Assange was arrested in London on Tuesday and would extradite to Sweden. Also in London, Britain’s Prince Charles came under attack from student protesters late Thursday due to the school fee rise.


Hundreds of motorists were stranded in their cars overnight for more than 12 hours plunging freezing temperatures due to thick snow. Scottish transport Minister Stewart Stevenson has apologized for this occurrence.

Former South African President Mbeki is making an effort to mediate Ivory Coast political crisis. Ivory Coast\’s incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara both claimed victory and took oaths of presidency on December 4.

Hundreds people in Haiti blocked streets in Port-au-Prince with burning barricades disputing the result of elections.

Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla came under attack from student protesters in London on late Thursday as their car was caught up in demonstrations against the rise in tuition fees.

Cardboard versions of New York\’s Statue of Liberty stands in the ocean in Gaviota Azul beach, Cancun, Mexico. Greenpeace symbolizes the “Sinking Icons” to fight global warming.

A dog is lying in a shelf in a flooded house in Rio Chico, Venezuela. The flooding and landslides has killed 30 people and forced thousands of people to be homeless in Higuerote, Venezuela.

Due to heavy snow in Paris on Wednesday, the bus system, Paris airport and the Eiffel Tower have stopped their services.

Wikileaks founders Julian Assange was arrested in London on Tuesday (12/07/2010). Then, Assange faces a new extradition when the Swedish authorities claimed him charges of rape, molestation and unlawful coercion stemming with two women in Sweden. He is threatened to be extradited to Sweden.

A fire starting during an inmate brawl in San Miguel prison in Santiago killed at least 81 inmates and injured 14 others on Dec. 8.


The Nobel Peace Prize 2010 was awarded to imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, resulting an empty chair for winner at Friday\’s ceremony in Oslo, Norway. China has reacted furiously and called the awarding of the prize to Liu a “political farce”.

Student protesters rushed to the streets in London because the tuition is not only increasing at universities but also set to triple. Protesters have directed anger towards the Liberal Democrats who failed to keep their promise to vote against raising fees in England. Protesters even burned the wooden chairs at the Parliament Square.



Related links:

Remarkable Nobel Peace Prize’s Winners

Students in London Attack Prince Charles\’ Car

World’s Disasters in 2010 Through Pictures

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