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News In Photos: November 7 2011

by | 7th, November 2011

NEWS In Photos: November 7, 2011…

Miss Venezuela Ivian Sarcos, center, is crowned winner as Miss Philippines Gwendoline Ruais, left, who was second, and Miss Puerto Rico Amanda Perez, right, who was third, applaud at the Miss World competition at Earls Court in London, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre of the man known as Carlos the Jackal, 62-year-old Venezuelan whose real name is Ilich Ramirez Sanchez speaks to reporters on her arrival at the court in Paris Monday Nov. 7, 2011 on the first day of a trial for four deadly attacks in France in 1982-1983. Carlos, already convicted in 1997 of a triple murder in Paris, and serving a life sentence, goes before a special court on terrorism-linked charges and a panel of anonymous magistrates will be his judges during the six-week trial.(AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Russian soldiers dressed in Red Army World War II uniform parade in Red Square in Moscow, Russia, Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. Thousands of Russian soldiers and military cadets have marched across Red Square to mark the 70th anniversary of a historic World War II parade.The show honored the participants of the Nov. 7 1941 parade who then headed directly to the front to defend Moscow from the Nazi forces. The parade Monday involved about 6,000 people, many of them dressed in World War II-era uniforms.(AP Photo/Sergey Ponomarev)

A woman wearing the traditional costumes of the region drinks brandy of the region during the traditional Leonhardi pilgrimage in Bad Toelz, southern Germany, on Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

LT Gregg Seaman with wife Katie and daughter Eliza following the return of HMS Liverpool to its base of Portsmouth, Hampshire, after helping defeat Gaddafi’s troops in Libya.

This April 26, 2011 photo shows a grave of Drasius Kedys in southern Lithuania. Thousands paid their respects at his funeral, and kedys’ grave in southern Lithuania has become a site of pilgrimage. Flowers and candles in purple-colored jars lie in abundance around a massive black marble headstone depicting a man being crushed by impregnable walls. Dismal public perception of the courts was graphically illustrated in the tragic case of Drasius Kedys, a Lithuanian man who two years ago alleged that his daughter, at the time nearly 5 years old, had fallen prey to a pedophile ring. After failing to get support from law enforcement officials, Kedys apparently took matters in his own hands, killing a judge, Jonas Furmanavicius, and his ex-girlfriend’s sister _ both whom he suspected of collaborating with child pornographers. Kedys’ guilt was never proven, and when his body was suddenly found in a reservoir in mysterious circumstances in Kaunas, Lithuania’s second city, the 37-year-old became a national hero. (AP Photo)

Iranian Sunni Muslim men try to slaughter a camel in the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha, or “Feast of Sacrifice”, in the city of Siminshahr, in a Sunni area of Iran, the country which is predominantly Shiite, on Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. The Eid al-Adha, or “Feast of Sacrifice,” is an important Muslim holiday when a livestock animal is slaughtered in remembrance of Abraham’s near-sacrifice of his son at God’s command. (AP Photo)

A woman stands behind a Jewish candlestick in the aryanization exhibition in the former administrative building of the Topf & Sons company Erfurt, central Germany, Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. The exhibit in Erfurt is set to open on Nov. 9, the anniversary of the 1938 Nazi anti-Jewish pogrom known as “Kristallnacht” or “Night of the Broken Glass.” The aryanization exhibition, which runs through Jan. 13, is being hosted in the former administrative building of the Topf & Sons company that collaborated with Hitler’s SS to design and construct special ovens to meet the demands of the death camps. It opened as a memorial museum earlier this year. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

Undated Metropolitan Police handout photo of Antonia Searle, 13, who has been missing since November 1.

Volunteers remove mud from a street in Genoa, Italy, Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. Italy’s leader says improper construction in flood plains was partly to blame for devastating floods that killed Friday, Nov. 4, six people in the port city of Genoa. At least nine others were killed in another round of flooding in late October in Liguria and neighboring Tuscany. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)

Brian Shivers, 46, from Magherafelt, Co Londonderry, leaves Antrim Crown Court, where he denies charges of murder and attempted murder following the murders of Sappers Sappers Patrick Azimkar and Mark Quinsey.

Opposition party supporters carry a wounded man as they look for a way to send him to a hospital, during clashes between opposition supporters and Liberian police, at opposition party headquarters in Monrovia, Liberia Monday, Nov. 7, 2011. Violence broke out at the headquarters of the country’s opposition party and at least one person was killed Monday, less than 24 hours before Liberia’s presidential runoff that is being viewed as a test of the country’s fragile peace after a devastating civil war.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley, left, and former Penn State vice president Gary Schultz, right, enter a district judge’s office for an arraignment Monday, Nov. 7, 2011, in Harrisburg, Pa. Curley and Schultz have been charged with perjury and failure to report under Pennsylvania’s child protective services law in connection with the investigation into allegations former football defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky sexually abused eight young men, the state attorney general’s office said Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Bradley C. Bower)

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