Friday, June 27, 2008

Shh..I kinda stole this from the BBC

I decided since today was Friday for about 4 more minutes, I could put up the "This week in Pictures" thing on the BBC, so I hope you enjoy!

Confusion marred French President Nicolas Sarkozy's farewell to Israel, after a soldier shot himself dead during an airport departure ceremony. Mr Sarkozy and his wife were rushed into their plane.

Ana Ivanovic saved two match points as she battled her way into the second round at Wimbledon, only to lose in the third

Nelson Mandela met the Queen as part of a week-long UK visit marking the former South African president's 90th birthday.

German football fans had reason to celebrate as Philipp Lahm scored a last-minute winner in their match against Turkey to reach the Euro 2008 final.

One person died after police fired on a group of protesters in Srinagar, capital of Indian-administered Kashmir.

Keyshia Cole performed at the BET Awards where Kanye West, UGK and Missy Elliott scooped awards.

Voting proceeded slowly in Zimbabwe's presidential run-off. Although Morgan Tsvangirai had officially withdrawn from the contest...

South Korean riot police were deployed as protesters attempted to march on the Presidential House during a protest against US imported beef in Seoul.

Crowds at Britain's Glastonbury music festival got into the party spirit on the opening day of the music extravaganza.


controlled chaos said...

Stealing is wrong. I think your news are better than theirs. they should hire you.

whitefawn87 said...

It's sooo interesting how news is soooooooooo controlled. I read a bunch of different pages and they all serve different agendas. :) i agree with controlled chaos, they should hire you :)

Snake Charmer said...

Thanx guys! And whitefawn87 your right, thats why people have to make an effort to broaden their news sources and read a whole bunch of stuff, because not one source is "untainted".

Mrs. Cullen said...

one person died?? there have been over 30 deaths a day for the past week in kashmir because of the protests.

Snake Charmer said...

The part about the one person dying is specifically from soldiers opening fire on them- but yeah your right there have been numerous amounts of death and no-one's really talking about it.