News In Photos: October 28 2011
NEWS In Photos: October 28, 2011…
A man in a wheelchair is pushed past a Christmas window display at Selfridges on Oxford Street, central London.
A model displays a creation by Russian designer Olga Ibragimova during the Volvo Fashion Week Moscow, Russia, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Mikhail Metzel)
A visitor passes an instillation entitled “Watermelon” by the Chinese artist/activist Ai Weiwei at the âAi Weiwei is Absentâ exhibition in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. The exhibition opens Oct. 29 and will run for three months. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)
Charlie Gilmour, today lost an appeal against his 16-month sentence for going on a drink and drug-fuelled rampage at a student fees protest.
US singer Lady Gaga addresses a press conference in New Delhi, India, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
Christine Hemming leaves Birmingham Crown Court after being given a nine-month suspended sentence for snatching a kitten from the home of her husband’s long-term lover.
Hong Kong pop diva CoCo Lee and her husband, Bruce Rockowitz, President of Li & Fung Ltd, speaks to media during their wedding banquet at Shaw Studio in Hong Kong Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
Meerkats eat from a Halloween pumpkin at Blair Drummond Safari Park.
File photo dated 12/10/11 of a general view of the sitting room in the flat that Joanna Yeates lived in, in Clifton, Bristol.Vincent Tabak was found guilty of her murder today.
General view of the 2012 Olympic Torch
The final giant steel loop swings into place to complete the steel work on the £22.7 million ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture at the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London.
Miss World 2011 contestants (righthand punt, front left – right) Miss Ireland Holly Carpenter, Miss England Alize Mounter and Miss Scotland Jennifer Reoch take a trip in a punt on the River Cam in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.
BBC handout photo dated 28/10/11 of Julian Assange appearing on the BBC news programme World Have Your Say.he WikiLeaks founder will learn next week if he has won or lost his High Court bid to block extradition to Sweden where he faces sex crime allegations. Lawyers for the 40-year-old Australian say his removal would be “unfair and unlawful”. Two judges sitting in London heard the case in July and are due to give their ruling next Wednesday. The Swedish authorities want him to answer accusations of raping one woman and sexually molesting and coercing another in Stockholm in August last year.
Mourners gather around the coffin of Essam Atta, 23, at his funeral in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Egyptian rights activists on Friday accused guards at a Cairo prison of torturing an inmate to death in a case which they said shows continued rampant human rights abuse by security forces despite the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. Activists see the death of Atta at a Cairo hospital late Thursday as an indication that Egypt’s new rulers have made little effort to reform the security forces. Egyptian authorities denied allegations that the guards had a hand in Atta’s death. (AP Photo)
Paul Allen (left) and John O’Keeffe (right) the PRs for Irish Presidential Election candidates David Norris and Dana Rosemary Scallon respectively engage in a post election debrief in the count centre in Dublin Castle as it emerged that Sean Gallagher has conceded defeat to the Labour Party’s Michael D Higgins in the Irish Presidential Election.