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월스트리트저널(WSJ)의 2011년 사진전 - ②

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월스트리트저널(WSJ, Wall Street Journal)의 2011년 사진전 입니다.
전체사진의 반 이상이 테러, 전쟁, 폭력 그리고 홍수나 지진, 사고 등으로 채워져 있네요.
다른 해에 비하여 특히나 이런 끔찍한 재난과 인간들의 다툼이 많았던 한해였던 것 같습니다. 빅 스포츠 행사가 없어서 그런지 스포츠에 관한 사진이 그리 많지 않은것도 특징입니다. 재난 사진과 전쟁이나 테러관련 사진들은 좀 많이 추려내고 나머지 한해동안 일어났던 다사다난했던 일들을 되돌아 봅니다.
내용은 월별 순서대로 되어 있고 두번에 걸쳐 나눠 올렸습니다.
지구촌에는 참으로 끊임없이 여러가지 일들이 일어나고 있네요.



 

Foreign soldiers left a Kabul hotel on June 29 after helping quell a Taliban raid that left at least 21 dead, including the nine attackers.

Two parachutists got tangled up during the Airpower 2011 airshow in Zeltweg, Austria, July 1. Both soldiers were injured and flown to nearby hospitals.

Prison inmate Juan Ramirez Tijerina curled up inside this suitcase July 2 to try to escape from prison with the help of his girlfriend after a conjugal visit in Chetumal, Mexico. He is serving a 20-year sentence for illegal weapon possession. His girlfriend was arrested after the escape attempt.

Fisher Frude hung on during the mutton bustin' event at the Laramie Jubilee Days celebration July 5 in Laramie, Wyo.

A fisherman cleaned up seaweed at his fish farm July 6 in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China.

A reveler was sprayed with wine July 6 during the start of the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain. The annual event is best known for the running of the bulls.

A calf jumped into an arena after the running of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain, July 7.

Abby Wambach, right, of the U.S. scored against Brazil's goalkeeper Andreia Suntaque, in green, during their Women's World Cup quarterfinal soccer match in Dresden, Germany, July 10. The U.S. notched a win on penalty kicks.

Keith Carmickle was caught by his brother and a friend after he almost fell headfirst about 20 feet while trying to catch a home run ball hit by Milwaukee's Prince Fielder during Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby at the All-Star Game in Phoenix July 11.

A would-be immigrant wrapped in a blanket rested on a rescue ship after arriving at the port of Motril, Spain, July 11. A group of 64 men, two women and a child were intercepted aboard a fishing boat as they headed to Europe from Africa, authorities said.

Two-year-old Aden Salaad looked up toward his mother as she bathed him at a Doctors Without Borders hospital where Aden was receiving treatment for malnutrition outside Dadaab, Kenya, July 11.

President Barack Obama shook the prosthetic hand of U.S. Army Sgt. First Class Leroy Arthur Petry of Santa Fe, N.M., who received the Medal of Honor at the White House in Washington July 12. Mr. Petry lost his hand tossing aside a grenade during a firefight in Afghanistan, a move that spared the lives of his fellow Army Rangers.

Competitors sailed after the start of the three-day Blue Ribbon yachting race around Lake Balaton in Balatonfured, Hungary, July 14.

Trin Bostick, right, and Jen Cinclair waited to be married outside the city clerk's chapel in the Queens borough of New York on July 24, the first day same-sex marriage became legal in the state.

Residents of the village of Kolpur, Pakistan, watched NATO oil tankers burn on a nearby highway after an attack by gunmen on Aug. 22. The men set ablaze at least 19 oil tankers carrying fuel for U.S.-led NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan, officials said.

A village woman covered herself from the rain with a palm-leaf 'jacket' as she sowed rice in a paddy on the outskirts of Bhubaneshwar, India, on Aug. 26.

South Africa's Oscar Pistorius, right, and American Greg Nixon competed in the Men's 400-meter semifinal at the World Athletics Championships in Daegu, South Korea on Aug. 29.

Somali children played with toy guns and weapons in Mogadishu at the start of the three-day Eid al-Fitr feast Aug. 30. The celebrations mark the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.

The area surrounding a water tower in Bastrop, Texas, was destroyed by a wildfire on Sept. 7. The fire destroyed more than 600 homes and blackened about 45 square miles in and around Bastrop, making it the most destructive blaze on record in Texas, according to state officials.

Joseph Mwangi was in a state of shock after discovering the charred remains of two of his children at the scene of a fuel explosion in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 12. A leaky pipeline exploded, igniting a fire that roared through a crowded neighborhood, killing at least 76 people.

A group of people tilted a burning BMW into the air to free Brandon Wright, who had been pinned underneath the car after colliding with it while riding his motorcycle in Logan, Utah, Sept. 12.

People waited to be evacuated from flooded areas in Pangrio, Pakistan, on Sept. 16. The southern province of Sindh was hit hard by floods caused by unusually heavy monsoon rains.

French cyclist Arnaud Demare, center left, celebrated his victory with teammate Adrien Petit, center right, as they crossed the finish line of the Men Under 23 Road Race on Sept. 23 in Copenhagen during the UCI Cycling Road World Championships.

Andy Murray of the U.K. served the ball to Michael Berrer of Germany during their second-round match at the ATP PTT Thailand Open tennis tournament in Bangkok Sept. 29.

Flowers and tributes were left outside the Apple store on Regent Street in central London Oct. 6 to pay respect to Apple co-Founder Steve Jobs, who died at age 56.

Libyan rebels rested in the bed of their country's ousted leader, Moammar Gadhafi, in a palace in Sirte, Libya, Oct. 10.

The Liberian cargo vessel Rena tilted against the Astrolabe Reef in Tauranga, New Zealand, on Oct. 12. The ship ran aground Oct. 5, and listed for two weeks as some of the oil it carried was siphoned off. Much leaked into the sea.

A member of the U.S. Coast Guard fell backward Oct. 13 during a welcome ceremony for South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C.

The car of driver Dan Wheldon, No. 77, second from left, flew in the air in a crash at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Oct. 16. Mr. Wheldon, who won his second Indianapolis 500 this year, was killed in the 15-car pile-up.

A grab from Libyan television shows Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi in Sirte, alive and surrounded by revolutionary fighters on Oct. 20. He was later killed.

A baby waved his arms inside the pediatric unit at Escuela hospital in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Oct. 21. U.N. population experts estimated that the world's seven billionth person was born in October.

The St. Louis Cardinals celebrated after defeating the Texas Rangers 6-2 to win the World Series Oct. 28 in Game 7 of the Major League Baseball World Series at Busch Stadium in St Louis, Missouri.

A man stood on a column of the Jiaxing-Shaoxing Bridge in Haining, Zhejiang Province, China, Nov. 1. Builders claim it will be the world's longest multi-span, cable-stayed bridge when it is completed.

Jockey Christophe Lemaire, top, rode Dunaden to victory in a photo finish at the Melbourne Cup in Australia Nov. 1. Lemaire beat Michael Rodd, who rode Red Cadeaux.

A man used a refrigerator door as a table as he floated outside his house in flooded Bangkok, Thailand, Nov. 3. Thailand's worst floods in decades left hundreds dead before the water began to recede.

Owen Kew, 5 years old, used a treatment system called a 'spider' during a physical-therapy session for a neurological disorder in Dorchester-on-Thames, England, Nov. 8.

North Carolina's John Henson (31) tried to block a shot by Michigan State's Adreian Payne during the Carrier Classic game aboard the USS Carl Vinson in Coronado, Calif., Nov. 11. The Tar Heels won, 67-55.

The roofs of submerged vehicles poked out of high water at a Honda factory in Ayutthaya Province, Thailand, Nov. 14. Flooding halted production at the plant.

University of California, Davis Police Lt. John Pike pepper-sprayed Occupy protesters at the school's campus Nov. 18. UC officials later put campus Police Chief Annette Spicuzza on administrative leave; two officers were suspended.

In this video still, Democratic Labor Party lawmaker Kim Sun-dong released a tear-gas canister Nov. 22 in Seoul's National Assembly to try to stop the ruling Grand National Party from ratifying a free-trade agreement with the U.S.

An employee worked at an Amazon warehouse in Swansea, Wales, Nov. 24. The warehouse, one of Amazon's largest in the United Kingdom, was gearing up for holiday orders.

Guards walked ahead of Congolese President Joseph Kabila, not seen, as he left a polling station in Kinshasa, Congo, Nov. 28. Voting was extended for another day. Mr. Kabila later declared victory.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, hugged Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi at Ms. Suu Kyi's home in Yangon, Myanmar, Dec. 2.

Rescue workers lowered the body of a patient from a ledge at a private hospital in Kolkata Dec. 8, where 90 people died in a massive fire.

Spain's Sergio Garcia jumped to peer out of a bunker during the second round of the Dubai World Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates Dec. 9.

Venezulan President Hugo Chavez, left, sang with an elderly man during the launching of the 'Amor Mayor' program, which seeks to help senior citizens, in Caracas Dec. 13.

Egyptian soldiers arrested a protester during clashes at Tahrir Square in Cairo Dec. 17. Late in the year, young people who had started the year protesting the government of Hosni Mubarak came out in force to protest the interim military government that replaced him.

Women collapsed in tears in Pyongyang, North Korea, Dec. 19, as North Koreans gathered in public squares after learning of the death of their longtime leader, Kim Jong Il.

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