Photo of the day – Jun. 04, 2013

Thousands of opposition activists demonstrated in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sunday. The activists have vowed to press ahead with demonstrations calling for government reforms and the release of political prisoners. (AFP/Getty Images)

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Photo of the day – Jun. 03, 2013

Police use water cannon against protesters during a demonstration in Ankara June 3, 2013. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan accused anti-government protesters on Monday of walking “arm-in-arm with terrorism”, remarks that could further inflame public anger after three days of some of the most violent riots in decades. Hundreds of police and protesters have been injured since Friday in the riots, which began with a demonstration to halt construction in a park in an Istanbul square and grew into mass protests against what opponents call Erdogan’s authoritarianism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

Photo of the day – Jun. 02, 2013

The statue of spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy was partially submerged in water from the rising Vltava River in Prague Sunday. Authorities in parts of central Europe issued disaster warnings and worked to reinforce flood defenses after days of heavy rains. (David W. Cerny/Reuters)

Photo of the day – Jun. 01, 2013

Srinagar, India: Kashmiri Bakarwals listen to a sermon delivered by a cleric during a marriage ceremony. Bakarwals are nomadic herders, moving around in search of good pastures for their cattle. Dar Yasin/AP

Photo of the day – May. 31, 2013

Pakistani monkey handler Naseer bathed his monkey in a stream in Islamabad, Pakistan, Friday. (B.K. Bangash/AP)

Photo of the day – May. 30, 2013

Indian police carried an injured comrade during a clash with supporters of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, a separatist party, in Srinagar, India, Thursday. The government decided not to allow party chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik to visit an area in the Doda region to distribute aid to earthquake victims, local media reported. (Danish Ismail/Reuters)

Photo of the day – May. 29, 2013

Afghan men look at the entrance of Panjshir government building after an attack by insurgents in Panjshir province May 29, 2013. Six Taliban insurgents, some wearing suicide vests, attacked the governor’s compound in Afghanistan’s fiercely anti-Taliban Panjshir valley on Wednesday morning, killing one policeman, officials say. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani