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News In Photos: November 29 2011

by | 29th, November 2011

NEWS In Photos – November 30, 2011…


Horses jump the last in The Coco and Dave Bet with Betdaq Handicap Steeple Chase


Muslim fundamentalist women react from the Letters, Arts and Humanities University of Manouba, near Tunis, Tuesday Nov. 29, 2011. Ultraconservative Muslims students, blocking student access and occupying offices, called for gender segregated classrooms and instruction, and a lifting of a ban on the enrollment of women wearing conservative face veils. (AP Photo/Amine Landoulsi )

Former X Factor contestant Gamu Nhengu has, along with her two brothers and her mother, won her fight to stay in the UK.

The Duchess of Cornwall, a member of the Tetbury Evening Women’s Institute, meets members of the Lincolnshire South WomenâÄôs Institute during a lunch party, Hale Magna Village Hall, Great Hale, Lincolnshire.

Protesters, including a man holding a banner with Arabic writing that reads, “martyr Ahmed Khalif Ahmed Khalifa,” a protester killed in recent clashes, demonstrate in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. Polls opened Tuesday for a second day of voting in Egypt’s landmark parliamentary elections, the first since Hosni Mubarak’s ouster in a popular uprising earlier this year. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)


A creation “The Dog Mobile: A Car For Francis Bacon By Ai Wei Wei” is displaying at the auction preview for the Est-Ouest Auction 2011 Autumn Sale in Hong Kong Tuesday Nov. 29, 2011. This work was created by Ai Wei Wei painting G Class Mercedes Benz. This was made as a tribute to the beloved dog named Francis Bacon. The car are expected to fetch US$200,000-300,000. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

The gangway leading to HMS Belfast is seen after collapsing into the river Thames, London.

Former News of the World Deputy Features Editor Paul McMullan arrives at the High Court, to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry in central London.

Iranian protesters break the windows of a British Embassy building, in Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. Dozens of hard-line Iranian students stormed the British Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday, bringing down the Union Jack flag and throwing documents from windows in scenes reminiscent of the anger against Western powers after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The mob moved into the diplomatic compound two days after Iran’s parliament approved a bill that reduces diplomatic relations with Britain following London’s support of recently upgraded Western sanctions on Tehran over its disputed nuclear program. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)

Protesters clash with riot police during a rally by veterans involved in the clean-up operation following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, in front of the government building, Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. The veterans were demanding the right to keep the social benefits given to them after the clean-up. (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)

Visitors look at ‘Mille Fiori’ by Dale Chihuly, at a new exhibition of his work at the Halcyon Gallery in Bond Street, London.

Mourners gather outside ahead of the funeral service of Private Matthew Thornton at Darton All Saints Church, Barnsley.

Undated file handout photo issued by Bindmans of Tony Nicklinson, 57, who suffered a massive stroke on June 24, 2005 which left him paralysed from the neck down and unable to speak, who is to ask a High Court judge to allow a doctor to ‘lawfully’ end his life, solicitors said today.

(From Left) Rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg arrive on the red carpet at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Singapore on Tuesday Nov. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Terence Tan)

Pop group A Pink arrive on the red carpet at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Singapore on Tuesday Nov. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Terence Tan)

Former parliamentary aide and alleged Russian spy Katia Zatuliveter, 26, leaves the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in London, where she won her battle to remain in the UK today and will not be deported after a tribunal ruled in her favour.



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