News In Photos: Presented By Noel Edmonds’ Man Bag And David Luiz’s Hair
THE News in Photos: September 22, 2011
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk down the stairs from Air Force One upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011.
Myanmar’s democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi looks at photographs as she visits the “Save the Irrawaddy” art exhibition on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, in Yangon, Myanmar. The exhibition featuring paintings, photographs, cartoons and poems opened on Thursday.
Fans wait for the start of the Rugby World Cup game between South Africa and Namibia at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011.
Carling Cup – Third Round – Manchester City v Birmingham City – Etihad Stadium
Rifleman Michael Swain (left) and Rifleman Paul Jacobs (2nd left) both injured in Afghanistan, with Paul’s brother, Joe Jacobs (right), at the start of a 500-mile charity bike ride from Edinburgh Castle in Scotland to London.
The Ride of Britain has been organised by the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help, to raise money for the charity’s work with current and former members of the armed forces and their families.
TV presenter Noel Edmonds and his wife Liz Davies, leave Bristol County Court, where Mr Edmonds is in a legal dispute with former business partner Ulrik Lawson. A property developer today denied he had promised to repay first the £300,000 TV presenter Noel Edmonds had invested in a business venture. The Deal or No Deal star, 62, is suing former friend Ulrik Lawson, 50, for more than Â£370,000 over a joint deal on a Â£2.1 million country estate. Edmonds and Mr Lawson each invested Â£300,000 into buying and renovating the large Wood House estate in South Tawton, Devon, in 2006.
Miriam Gonzalez Duartez and MPs Michael Moore and Danny Alexander (right) applaud her husband Deputy Prime Minister and Party Leader Nick Clegg as he addresses the LibDem Conference at the ICC in Birmingham.
Archaeologists from the University of Southampton and the British School at Rome, work at Portus, the ancient port of Rome in Italy, where they have discovered a large building that was used for ship building. Measuring around 150 metres by 60 metres it would have had at least eight bays, 12 meters tall, used for the building and repair of ships in the early second century. It is the only building of its kind discovered anywhere in the world.
Helen Mirren has her photo taken with a fan as she arrives at the premiere of The Debt at the Curzon Mayfair cinema, London.
Chelsea’s David Luiz celebrates after the penalty shoot out in the Carling Cup win over Fulham.