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News In Photos: Mark Duggan’s Funeral, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, Vitali Klitschko And…

by | 9th, September 2011

NEWS In Photos – September 9 2011:

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A burnt out bus based on vehicles destroyed in Northern Ireland between 1969-1998 by artist Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell on sale in the gift shop at the Dublin Contemporary 2011 exhibition at Earlsford Terrace, Dublin.

Andy Pag, 36, from Croydon, south London and Christina Ammon, also 36, as they arrive at The Port of Dover in Kent, after clocking up more than 18,000 miles travelling through 25 countries in a clapped-out “biotruck” salvaged from a scrap yard and powered by used cooking oil. The trip was the brainchild of Mr Pag, who rescued the 22-year-old Mercedes school bus from a scrap heap and used reclaimed materials to turn it into a comfortable eco-home. He converted the bus to run on waste cooking oil and installed a filtering system and a 1,200 litre tank under the bed before setting off in September 2009 determined to prove what can be achieved with people’s rubbish. A year into the journey while he was passing through Indonesia, he was joined by American freelance journalist Miss Ammon who wanted to write about his trip. Love blossomed between the pair and they became a couple, but Miss Ammon joked that her friends thought she was “crazy” to be taking to the road in a beaten-up old bus.

Mourners seen through the glass of the horse drawn hearse at the funeral of Mark Duggan outside the New Testament Church of God in Wood Green, north London prior to his funeral service. Mourners turned out today to bid a final farewell to the police shooting victim whose death sparked the first night of devastating riots across England. Amid lingering tensions between family members and detectives, the ornate cortege carrying the body of Mark Duggan made its way to his private funeral after passing through North LondonÕs Broadwater Farm estate.

Festival goers arrive for Bestival at Robin Hill Adventure Park, Isle of Wight.

Emergency workers collect debris of the Yak-42 jet which crashed Wednesday, near Yaroslavl, 150 miles (240 kilometers) northeast of Moscow in Russia, Friday, Sept. 9, 2011. Russian air accident investigators began examining flight recorder boxes Friday . The crash killed 36 players, coaches and staff of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team, including European national team and former NHL players. The team had been heading to Minsk, Belarus to play its opening game of the Kontinental Hockey League season.

A Myanmar activist holds up posters of imprisoned journalists of the Norway-based Democratic Voice of Burma during a rally in front of Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, Sept. 9, 2011. They demanded the release of political prisoners and journalists.

People grieve for a slain Iraqi journalist Hadi al-Mehdi in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 9, 2011. A human rights group is calling on Iraqi authorities to probe the killing of al-Mehdi who criticized the government and helped organizing pro-reform protests. Al-Mehdi, 30, was shot Thursday by gunmen using silenced pistols in his Baghdad home.

WBC heavyweight world champion Vitali Klitschko of Ukraine, looks at the scale during the weighing, prior to the WBC heavyweight championship bout with challenger Tomasz Adamek from Poland on Saturday in the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw, Poland, Friday, Sept. 9 2011.

An anti-government protestor displays his hands with a text that reads in Arabic, “Leave”, during a protest at Tahrir Square in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, Sept. 9, 2011.

A burnt out bus based on vehicles destroyed in Northern Ireland between 1969-1998 by artist Sinead Bhreathnach-Cashell on sale in the gift shop at the Dublin Contemporary 2011 exhibition at Earlsford Terrace, Dublin.

A sculpture by Artist David Zink Yi at the Dublin Contemporary 2011 exhibition at Earlsford Terrace, Dublin.



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