September 1, 2014
Published September 01, 2014
People mourn inside School Number One during a ceremony commemorating the victims of the 2004 hostage crisis in the southern Russian town of Beslan.
A fisherman collects dead "popocha" fish at the lagoon of Cajititlan in Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Jalisco State, Mexico. At least 48 tons of fish have turned up dead in the lagoon in western part of the country and authorities are investigating whether a wastewater treatment plant is to blame.
Anti-government protesters beat a riot policeman after clashes during the Revolution March in Islamabad, Pakistan.
A Sri Lankan family is silhouetted against a street lamp as they walk in the Galle Face Green sea promenade at dusk in Colombo.
Workers dry the court after a suspension of play delay due to rain at the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, Aug. 31, 2014.
A piece of a mortar projectile is seen on a road near the airport in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. Separatists claimed another victory with what they said was the withdrawal of Ukrainian soldiers from the airport at Donetsk, the main city in the industrial southeast.
Workers from a company outsourced by Mexico's state-owned oil company Pemex try to remove fuel after a pipeline spill of premium gasoline contaminated the Hondo River near the town of Tierra Blanca, Aug. 31, 2014.
A Sikh man performs a stunt with fire during the celebrations of the 410th anniversary of the installation of the Guru Granth Sahib, the religious book of Sikhs, in the northern Indian city of Amritsar.
Soldiers of Belarus special mission unit take part in a demonstration at the cadet of the Suvorov Military School during the traditional school year opening ceremony in Minsk.
A man grabs a flag as he slips off the "gostra", a pole covered in grease, during the celebrations for the religious feast of St. Julian, patron of the town of St. Julian's, outside Valletta, Malta, Aug. 31, 2014.
French cyclist Claude Bares, rides on his bicycle at the Alto Irpavi velodrome in La Paz, Bolivia, Aug. 31, 2014.
A journalist tries to use the new device using 3D-heptics technology which gives users tectale and kinethetic feeling virtually at a press preview in Tsukuba, suburban Tokyo. Japan's high-tech venture Miraisens unveiled a 3D technolog that promises users to enjoy "bodily sensation" through reaction feelings of touching, pushing and pulling virtual objects. The new technology "fools human brains" by creating illusions with different patters of vibration from a small device on a fingertip and 3D images.