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News In Photos: The Dale Farm Stunna Protests And The Eiffel Tower Is The New Twin Towers

by | 10th, September 2011

NEWS In Photos September 10, 2011:

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File photo dated 12/01/05 of Katie Price and Peter Andre, whose three-year marriage of Katie Price and Peter Andre came to an end in just over a minute today at London's High Court.

Construction workers install model twin towers representing the towers of the World Trade Center in preparation to commemorate the 10 anniversary of the 9/11 attacks this Sunday, at Trocadero plaza in Paris Saturday Sept. 10, 2011. The Eiffel tower is seen in the background. A commemoration for the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, will take place on Sunday.

Tanzanian police carry bodies from the sea in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Saturday Sept 10, 2011. An overcrowded ship sank in deep sea off mainland Tanzania on Saturday with about 600 people onboard, and about 370 people are believed missing or dead. The ferry, M.V. Spice Islanders, was heavily overloaded and some potential passengers had refused to board when it was leaving the mainland port of Dar es Salaam, said survivor Abdullah Saied. It sank in an area with heavy currents in deep sea between mainland Tanzania and Pemba Island. Saturday. About 230 people had been rescued and 40 bodies had been recovered, said Mohamed Aboud, the minister for the vice president’s office.

Travellers from Dale Farm in Essex take part in a march and demonstration in Wickford against their forced eviction from their site by Basildon Council.
Picture date: Saturday September 10, 2011. Their banners included the slogans “Don’t Make Us Part Of The Housing Problem” and “Basildon Council Shame On You”. They set off from Wickford railway station shortly

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