Islamists Riot Over Absolute Faith In Allah, Iraqi Children Play And A Protestant Northern Irish Car-B-Que
PHOTOS Of The Day: Every days images and news of world events drop into Anorak’s news box. You won’t seem them on the mainstream news. The BBC’s 10 o’clock bulletin, for example, is obsessed with Israel, Rupert Murdoch, film premiere, murder and itself. You are less likely to see:
Children play with cattle in the Tigris river in Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, July 10, 2011. The animals are bathed daily to help keep them healthy and to protect them from the heat. Yeah, no bombs, gurning madmen with sabres and gung-ho yanks cuddling dogs.
India Kashmir Disappearances – A relative of a disappeared Kashmiri youth looks at the photographs of missing people during a demonstration organized by the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP), a prominent local rights group, in Srinagar, India. Human rights workers have complained for years that innocent people have disappeared, been killed by government forces in staged gunbattles, and suspected rebels arrested and never heard from again.
Islamic activists armed with sticks chase anti-strike supporters during a 30-hour nationwide strike at Kachpur, outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Sunday, July 10, 2011. Riot police in Bangladesh fired tear gas shells Sunday to disperse thousands of Islamist activists trying to enforce an anti-government general strike which has been called by a coalition of 12 Islamic parties to protest removal of a clause from the country’s constitution that expressed “absolute faith and trust in Allah.”
Orangemen are stopped at Drumcree Bridge in Belfast by a police barrier. Sunday’s Drumcree Orange parade has again been re-routed away from the Nationalist Garvaghy Road in Portadown by the Parades Commission.
The scene in Ballyclare Co Antrim, after a night of loyalist rioting. Widespread loyalist rioting broke out in Northern Ireland overnight and left several police officers injured. A hijacked bus was used to ram a PSNI vehicle and petrol bombs and other missiles were hurled by a crowd of up to 100 loyalists in Ballyclare, Co Antrim.