Day in Photos, July 18, 2011

Today Monday resembled a rainbow in its diversity. Although, there was also a real rainbow. And as a whole, there were many protests, some policies and sporting triumphs, along with lesions.

Luxury rainbow sun gave the inhabitants of the German town Biessenhofen.

In England, on the Thames we conducted a census of swans.

The tradition continues since the XII century.

A boy floats on a makeshift boat foam on the background of the surf in Manila, Philippines.

Hindus await the start of the festival barefoot Shravan Sombar Pashupatinath in Kathmandu, Nepal.

A villager collects Pischalovo marigold flowers, Belarus.

Norman Surplas from Northern Ireland, known as the man-girokopter in the air over the Philippine rice fields. Norman plans to cross 26 countries and overcome the 43,000 kilometers. Next stop - the Japanese Tokyo.

Rescuers try to pull the drowning out of the water near the waterfall Patalpani. Heavy rains in Central India significantly raised the water level in the reservoirs of the region.

Mexican Jeannette Visgara (left) has dinner with his family in Denver, USA. At Jeannette four children, three of whom were born in the US and are citizens of this country. However, by law, it must be deported. There will be only children and the husband.

In Srinagar Indian civil servants took to the streets, demanding to raise salaries. The police "gave" the protesters colored water.

The Israelites pitched tents in the center of Tel Aviv to protest the skyrocketing rents.

Man and woman posing in the window of one of Milan's shopping instead of dummies. The criticism from trade unions forced the model to carry out the action "Model - it is also a profession."

In Athens, Greek taxi drivers paralyzed vehicular traffic near the airport demanding to simplify the tax system.

Recent Canadian troops leave Afghanistan Kandahar. During his participation in the NATO mission, the Canadians lost 157 soldiers.

Afghan army soldiers involved in the battle between the local Taliban, Afghan and American armies in the province of Kunar.

Police cordoned off the house of Jan Mohammad Khan in Kabul, Afghanistan. One of the advisers to the incumbent president was killed by the Taliban in their home.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev walk in the park in Hanover. The mood is excellent. Probably look forward to a delicious dinner.

Ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko continues to go to court as a job. The trial is reminiscent of the series.

US team in synchronized swimming began his speech during the preliminary competition at the World Championships in Aquatics in Shanghai.

Leong Mun Yee Malaziyki and Pandelela Rinong jump during a competition in synchronized diving from 10 meters at the same world championships.

In the Finnish town of Hyrynsalmi passed the championship on marsh football.

Tonight in Germany, Japan women's national football team became world champion by winning the final of the US team on penalties.

Although it was first discovered by an American.

Brazil coach football Manu Menezes tries to justify himself over yesterday's defeat against Paraguay in the quarter finals of the Copa America.

Photo: AP, Getty Images, Reuters


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