Actualités autour du monde - Eyewitness around the world

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A Palestinian boy looks out his family's house that witnesses said was badly damaged during the war between the Hamas militant movement and Israel, in the east of Gaza City October REUTERS-Mohammed Salem

Eyewitness: Gaza

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

Voters queue outside a school in Achacachi, on the Altiplano above La Paz. Bolivians are voting in general elections widely expected to give a third term to the socialist president, Evo Morales Photographer: Gaston Brito/Reuters Bolivia, Evo Morales, History Photos, Gaston, Socialism, Presidential Election, Banksy, The Guardian, Presidents

Eyewitness: Bolivia

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

An LMS Stanier class 5 steam locomotive hauls The Jacobite train over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous in the Harry Potter films, as the Western Highlands glow with the burning hues of autumn Photograph: Paul Kingston/North News & Pictures Ltd Hogwarts, World Conflicts, My Road Trip, Harry Potter Films, Steam Locomotive, Holiday Destinations, Kingston, The Guardian, New Pictures

Eyewitness: West Highlands, Scotland

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

37 Mount Sinabung spews hot lava and volcanic ash in North Sumatra, Indonesia, on Oct. The volcano had been dormant for 400 years before it erupted in August GALLERY - Nature's Wrath: Incredible Photos of Indonesia Volcano Sinabung Volcano, Lava, Bbc, World In Motion, Volcanic Ash, Powerful Images, Pictures Of The Week, Natural Disasters, Shutter Speed
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Eyewitness: North Sumatra, Indonesia

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

A Syrian Kurdish refugee who fled Kobani walks in a refugee camp in Suruç on the Turkey-Syria border Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP

Eyewitness: Suruç, Turkey-Syria border

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

Brokers and underwriters line the balconies and escalators of the Lloyd& of London building during a service of Remembrance on November in London, England. The annual Armistice Day service honors those who have lost their lives during times of war.

Eyewitness: London

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

Journalists look at the Sistine Chapel with its new lighting during a press visit at the Vatican on October The Vatican presented the LED lighting in the Sistine Chapel to illuminate the ceiling frescos. Art Quiz, New Pope, Energy Efficient Lighting, Sistine Chapel, First Art, Vatican, State Art, Lamp Design, Contemporary Artists
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La Chapelle Sixtine brille désormais de mille feux

Bien au-dessus de l'autel de la chapelle Sixtine au Vatican, l'auréole du Christ peint par Michel-Ange resplendit d'une lumière encore jamais vue, grâce à un nouveau...

 Mars One (and done?) - In the “Mars One” project, led by a Dutch nonprofit, announced plans to establish the first human colony on the Red Planet by The mission would initially send four astronauts on a one-w. Mars One, Colonising Mars, Life On Mars, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Sistema Solar, Mars Colony, La Colonisation, Online Magazine, Nebulas
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Aller simple sur Mars: les volontaires mourront après 68 jours

Les courageux pionniers prêts à s'embarquer pour un aller simple pour Mars, comme le prévoit la société néerlandaise Mars One, commenceront à mourir au bout de 68...

Visitors view American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle's commission in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. The sculpture is part of his body of work I Don't Know: The Weave of Textile Language. Turbine Hall, Richard Tuttle, The Guardian, Wings, Weaving, Sculpture, London, Modern, Artwork

Eyewitness: Tate Modern, London

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

“Frog Story” by Harfian Herdi — Nature & Wildlife, Open 25 Of The Best Photos From The 2015 Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist World Photography, Photography Awards, Wildlife Photography, Animal Photography, Travel Photography, Indian Photography, Photography Editing, Funny Frogs, Cute Frogs
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Tree frogs in Indonesian Borneo appear to perform acrobatics to retain a precarious grip on a slender branch

Tower Bridge lifts at nightfall, photographed for Canon's Capture the Night installation at Ely's Yard in Shoreditch, east London East London, Tower Bridge, Beautiful Images, Britain, Around The Worlds, Pictures, Travel, Yard, Night

Tower Bridge lifts at nightfall, photographed for Canon's Capture the Night installation at Ely's Yard in Shoreditch, east London

View In this photo provided by the Nepalese army, soldiers carry an avalanche victim before he is airlifted in the Thorong La pass, Nepal, Oct. pictures and other Search Widens for Survivors in Nepal After Avalanche photos at ABC News Nepal, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Avalanche, Departed Soul, Asia News, Heritage Site, Natural Wonders, Trekking
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Zone de recherche élargie au Népal pour trouver des randonneurs

Les sauveteurs ont élargi leurs recherches vendredi au Népal pour retrouver des randonneurs bloqués depuis les tempêtes de neige et les avalanches qui ont sévi cette semaine.

 Ferries plough through a heavy swell in Sydney Harbour after wild weather tore through the city. About of rain fell overnight, causing widespread flooding, and tress were felled by wind gusts of up to Sydney Ferries, Sydney City, Wild Weather, Water Crafts, The Good Old Days, Image Shows, Weekend Is Over, The Guardian, Old Photos
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Eyewitness: Sydney, Australia

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

Israel has long used the main world Zionist group to funnel funds to West Bank settlements. Will leaders soon close the loophole that allows the cash to flow without scrutiny? Premier Ministre, Jerusalem, Israel, Paris Skyline, New Homes, Around The Worlds, The Unit, Mansions, House Styles
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Le secrétaire général des Nations unies Ban Ki-moon a exigé lundi la fin des «provocations» sur l'esplanade des Mosquées et jeté une nouvelle pierre dans le jardin du premier ministre israélien lors d'une visite où les crispations se sont étalées au grand jour.