Pick of today's pics

2015-03-24 15:09

  • South African bowler Imran Tahir appeals for a LBW call on New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill during the Cricket World Cup semi-final match between New Zealand and South Africa at Eden Park in Auckland. (Marty Melville, AFP)
  • An Afghan female protester, her face painted red to depict Farkhunda's bloodied face, shouts slogans with others during a rally in front of The Supreme Court in Kabul. (Shah Marai, AFP)
  • An Afghan protester looks on as demonstrators shout slogans during a rally in front of the Supreme Court in Kabul. (Shah Marai, AFP)
  • John, aged 3, who suffers from multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis, plays with a medicine trolley next to his mother Elizabeth, also an MDR-TB case, at a Medecins Sans Frontieres-run clinic in Nairobi. (Tony Kurumba, AFP)
  • Indian workers place statues of Hindu Gods Lord Rama along with brother Lakshman, wife Sita and devotee Hanuman onto a tricycle in Hyderabad ahead of the Sri Rama Navami Festival. (Noah Seelam, AFP)
  • South Africa's Faf du Plessis dives in for a run during the semi-finals Cricket World Cup match between New Zealand and South Africa played at Eden Park in Auckland. (Michael Bradley, AFP)
  • Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras briefs the media on a news conference during a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the chancellery in Berlin. (Markus Schreiber, AP)
  • This aerial view shows an alligator swimming in the waters of the Panama Canal, near Gatun, Panama. (Arnulfo Franco, AP)


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