A sculpture of Muhammad Ali was exhibited in California, millions people in Philippines gathered to form a “Dominican Cross”, children in Cambodia go to school by a motorbike "bus", Carnival festivals are held everywhere on earth, and a powerful earthquake hit Japan, sending a devastating tsunami across the country that took away the life of some 10,000 people and destroyed million houses are some notable news in the previous week. Let’s have a look at the photos below to discover more:
Northeastern Japan has just been hit by a powerful tsunami after the 8.9 quake struck about 400km from Tokyo. The tsunami has destroyed everything from houses, cars to farm buildings and so on. It is estimated that some 10,000 people have died during the disaster.
Houses surrounded by deep water are burning during a powerful tsunami in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture in Japan after the massive earthquake.
This is the image of an active galaxy which is about 43 million light years away from our Earth. According to scientists, X-rays created by a huge black hole produced the bright blue pupil of the eye.
Houses are collapsed in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan after a huge 8.9-magnitude earthquake.
A sculpture of Muhammad Ali is exhibited in Gardena, California. The artwork created by artist Michael Kalish was made from 1,300 punching bags.
Over 20,000 people in Manila, Philippines have gathered to form a “Dominican Cross” in order to break the Guinness World Record for the "Largest Human Cross".
A 56-year-old man named Miljenko Parserisas Bukovic from Valparaiso in Chile shows his 82 tattoos of actress Julia Roberts on his chest, back and arms.
School children from Cambodia go to their school at Toul Sophy village, Kandal province by a motorbike "bus"
Carnival festivals are held everywhere on the planet. In the photo, a float from a samba school in Rio parades through the Sambadrome during the celebrations.
A rebel fighter fires a rocket-propelled grenade launcher during a battle on the road between Ras Lanuf and Bin Jiwad in Libya.
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