Statues of workers in different industries by Matthew J. Placzek are exhibited in the rising Missouri River waters. Alzheimer’s and dementia patients take part in a ping pong program at the Arthur Gilbert table tennis center in Los Angeles. All the outstanding news pieces are captured in impressive photos. Now, let’s take a look at them and update more information you may not know.
A fashion chain called Desigual offers the first 100 customers in London and Berlin two free clothing items each if they arrive at the store wearing only underwear. Therefore, many shoppers in their underwear queue in the rain to enter the store in London, England on June 16, 2011 for free clothes.
A fashion chain called Desigual in London and Berlin
People in their underwear gather at a fashion store during a marketing campaign for the summer sale in Berlin, Germany, on June 16, 2011
Boston Bruins’s Brad Marchand (No. 63) celebrates with his teammates Tim Thomas (No. 30) and Zdeno Chara (No. 33) after the Boston Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4 – 0 in the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Final at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
After the Vancouver Canucks is defeated 4 – 0 by the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals, many Vancouver Canucks’s angry and drunken fans set cars and garbage cans ablaze, break windows, shower giant TV screens with beer bottles and dance atop overturned vehicles
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir (sitting center, back to camera), spiritual leader of the militants carrying out the deadly 2002 Bali bombings, listens to the judges’ verdict on June 16, 2011
Statues of workers in different industries, part of Matthew J. Placzek’s Monument for Labor, are exhibited in the rising Missouri River waters in Omaha, Nebraska
Alzheimer’s and dementia patients take part in a ping pong program at the Arthur Gilbert table tennis center in Los Angeles, California, US. The 92-year-old Holocaust survivor Betty Stein (pictured) plays ping pong with an assistance of coach Irina Jestkova
A driver is spotted sitting in the engine driver’s cabin of a CRH 380A bullet train running on the newly built high-speed railway between Shanghai and Beijing, which starts its service at the end of June during a test ride on June 16, 2011
The debris in Japanese town of Minimasanriku covers an estimated 10 square kilometers. According to a local official, the cost to clear up the huge debris is about $ 27.4 million
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