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Images of the Day: Okinawa, Thailand, Philippines

Posted by feww on April 26, 2010

100,000 Protest US Base on Okinawa


About 100,000 people rallied on the island of Okinawa Sunday to protest continued presence a US air base. The protest was led by the prefecture’s governor and many of the mayors, who demanded the Prime Minister to make good on his election promise of shutting down the Futema Marine Corps Air Station. Photo: Kyodo News Agency/ via AP. Image may be subject to copyright.

Battleground Bangkok


Pedestrians walk past the barricade erected by an anti-government ‘red shirt’ protesters, built with bamboo poles and tires and decorated with red flags and the Thai national flag, in the Silom business district in Bangkok April 25, 2010. The protesters encamped for weeks in central Bangkok promised more aggressive measures after the government rejected their proposals to end increasingly violent protests in return for early polls. Credit: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard. Image may be subject to copyright.

Poverty in the Philippines


A massive blaze gutted shanty houses in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila. Fueled by scorching heat and fanned by strong winds the fire destroyed at least 300 homes and left about 7,000 people homeless. Photo: Aaron Favila/Associated Press. Image may be subject to copyright.

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