When we went zooming around the world today through pictures we found some shots that lit us up, and some that enlightened our understanding of the world. We hope that from these pictures today it will touch a light in your world. Enjoy.
Tustle it out!
Pro and anti-Gadhafi protesters have reached their limit, causing fights on the street in front of the Arab League Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.
So many people (hundreds) in Teotihuacan, Mexico, are celebrating the Spring Equinox at the Teotihuacan archeological zone. To most beliefs, the day of the Spring Equinox the ancestral spirits and the cosmic forces are invoked to purificate the body along with the soul.
In Bnei Brak, Israel, Ultra-Orthodox Jews belonging to the Vishnitz Hassidic sect celebrate the Jewish festival of Purim.
During a presidential runoff in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, electoral workers wait for voters at a polling station.
On a pedestrian bridge in Beijing, China, a young woman walks on it, which has various advertising contact numbers that are scribbled on the surface.
Seeing Through the Fence
In Ras Jdir, Tunisia, men from Ghanda who used to work in Libya, stare at a refugee camp at the Tunisia-Libya border, waiting for news regarding their repatriation process.
Prayin' through the flag
Chanting prayers for demonstrators killed in clashes with Yemeni security forces is the new thing, but only if you are being seen through a hole of your national flag! Okay, it may not be a completely 'new thing' for people, but this anti-government protester is doing just that. He's praying for the demonstrators killed in classes with Yemeni security forces.
The survivors in Japan of the current tsunami and earthquake, are still stuggling terribly. This sports hall turned into a shelter, which a man was evacuated from the tusnami disaster zone, and showed up here to sleep.