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Photos Of The Day: Pakistan’s Eunuchs, Roger Clemens’ ‘Drugs’ And Russia’s Neo Nazi Murder Squad

by | 11th, July 2011

PHOTOS of the Day: Anorak’s look at the world beyond the mainstream news.

Today: Behind the lines with the US in Afghanistan; a female member of the Yemeni anti-terrorism force fires at a target during a training drill in a mountain on the outskirts of Sanaa; an injured Indian police officer runs towards the police station after he was attacked by Congress party workers in Agartala; a pack of dogs block traffic at an intersection near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo, Egypt; members of the Russia’s most vicious neo-Nazi gang stands behind a glass wall at a court in Moscow – the gang, convicted of 27 hate killings, attempted murders and plotting to blow up a power station; Indian Hindu devotees throng around the chariots of Hindu deities Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra as the chariots return to the Jagannath temple marking the end of nine days long annual chariot festival in Puri, Orissa state; Pakistani eunuchs gather to demand protection and security in conservative city of Peshawar; Bosnian Muslim people caring coffins on their hands during mass funeral for Srebrenica victims; Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens, arrives at federal court in Washington, for his trial on charges of lying to Congress in 2008 when he denied ever using performance-enhancing drugs; people watch a cockfight at the Petion Ville neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; and a woman is thrown up into the air while waiting for the arrival of Mexico’s Under-17 national soccer team’s victory parade, near the Angel of Independence monument in Mexico City…

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Members of the country's most vicious neo-Nazi gang stands behind a glass wall at a court in Moscow, Russia, July 11, 2011. A Russian court has handed down sentences ranging from 10 years to life in prison to 12 members of the gang, convicted of 27 hate killings, attempted muders and plotting to blow up a power station. The Moscow City Court on Monday sentenced five member of the group, the National Socialist Society North, to life, giving another seven members between 10 and 23 years. One was handed an eight-year suspended sentence.(AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr)



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