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News In Photos: Man Assaults Wife With Stun Gun And It’s Those Zoroastrians Again

by | 12th, September 2011

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Water gushes through an outlet on a wall decorated with a mural as a motorist drives through a flooded street after heavy rains in Bangalore, India, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. India receives the annual monsoon rains from June to September. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

Antony Smith outside Chippenham Magistrates’ Court where he is charged with using a stun gun during an attack on his wife. Smith denies shocking his wife with the gun, but admits possessing the weapon. Smith, 42, is accused of jabbing the stun gun into his wife, Terri Smith, four or five times at their home on February 19.

Prime Minister David Cameron holds talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at The Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. Mr Cameron insisted that Britain would not give up on bringing Alexander Litvinenko’s killer to justice as he kicked off his visit to Russia. But the Prime Minister said the two governments had to end the “tit-for-tat culture” and work together despite festering tensions over the dissident’s murder five years ago. Mr Cameron is the first UK leader to visit Moscow since Tony Blair in 2005.

Water gushes through an outlet on a wall decorated with a mural as a motorist drives through a flooded street after heavy rains in Bangalore, India, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. India receives the annual monsoon rains from June to September.

African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) members sing “Shoot the Boer” Monday, Sept. 12, 2011, after a judge ruled the black man who leads the youth wing of South Africa’s governing party has no right to sing the song some whites find offensive. Monday’s ruling comes four months after hearings in the hate speech trial of Julius Malema that were broadcast live on national television.

Ghana’s Asamoah Gyan, 2nd right, Awad bin Hasoom Al Darmaky, CEO of Al Ain Club, 1st left, and Cosmin Olaroiu, the Al Ain coach, hold Al Ain Club No. 3 T shirt during unveiling Gyan at the club in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, Monday Sept. 12, 2011.

Indian laborers work at Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project site in Ahmadabad, India, Monday, Sep. 12, 2011.

Israel’s Labor party candidate and former journalist Shelly Yachimovich holds a ballot with her name before casting her vote in Tel Aviv, Israel , Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. The mass social protest movement that took Israel by storm this summer should be a comeback opportunity for Israel’s Labor Party, but even that has not energized the dramatically diminished movement that ruled the Jewish state almost unchallenged in its early decades. The party, which champions such social causes, is picking a new leader Monday at the end of a summer that saw protesters pitching tent camps across the country and flooding city streets in huge weekly demonstrations over soaring living costs and other social ills.

Activists protesting against the visit of Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame, show gloves covered in fake blood as they hold posters and banners during a demonstration, in Paris Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. Kagame has warned outside powers against trying to “manage Africa” during a visit to France aimed at soothing tensions over the 1994 genocide in his country.

Iranian Zoroastrian priests perform a ritual at a fire temple in Tehran, Iran, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. Zoroastrians are recognized in the Iranian constitution as religious minorities who have their own lawmaker in parliament. Zoroastrianism lost dominance in Iran after Muslim Arabs conquered Persia in the 7th century.



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