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Time For Change

Protesters in Bahrain wave their national flag and chant slogans as they gather at Pearl Square.

This week, we saw Egyptians celebrating as Hosni Mubarak stepped down from the Presidential helm only to find that another Middle East uprising is brewing. Bahrain is the latest nation to take it to the streets and protest against an unjust government.

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As we see in this weeks pictures protesters in Bahrain gather at Pearl Square in the capital Manama calling for measures to establish a real constitutional monarchy with the prime minister elected rather than appointed by the king. Eruptions all across the Middle East are becoming common. 

It wasn’t all about protest and unjust governments, Justin Bieber fans cried in London as they waited for the teen superstar while in New York City a Best in show was crowned at the 135th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. It was an amazing week in pictures and we have the snapshots to porve it.



The Aftermath

An Egyptian woman walks with her baby walks in front of a burnt vehicle in Tahrir Square shortly after President Hosni Mubarak resigned.


The Weed Sub

Colombian soldiers guard a homemade submersible near Cauca, Colombia. This sub, found on the southwestern coast of the Colombian Pacific Ocean, can transport up to 8 tons of cocaine and has the ability to sail from Colombia to Mexico.


It’s All About Timing

Synchronized swimmers perform for a celebration honoring the birthday of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-il at the Changgwang Health Complex in Pyongyang.


Best In Show

A standard poodle named Gem stands with his owner at a news conference for the 135th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on Feb. 10 in New York City. The prestigious dog show was held at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 14-15. A Scottish deerhound named Hickory won the ‘Best in Show’ title.


Criminal Minded

Security guards capture a man, right, who allegedly pulled out a gun on a public bus in Guatemala City on Feb. 15. Robberies on buses are a daily occurrence in Guatemala, according to the GAM (Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo), an organization that monitors human rights abuses.


Algeria Is All In

Plainclothes policemen detain a protester during an anti-government demonstration in Algiers on Feb. 12. About 50 people amassed in a square in Algeria’s capital but were encircled by hundreds of police determined to stamp out any attempt to stage an Egypt-style revolt.

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