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    Hi Everyone.:) Hoping all is well with you all.

    This thread is similar to my random gore images thread in that they are usually 1-3 pics per reply. What separates this from the other thread is that the images here will all have their own story making it more interesting for some people. I will post further images frequently.




    A supporter of Congolese President Joseph Kabila lays dead during clashes with supporters of opposition presidential candidate Etienne Tshisekedi on the airport road in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Saturday Nov. 26, 2011. Two people were killed in pre-vote clashes Saturday in Congo’s capital before the critical Presidential poll Monday, Nov. 28 that observers say could re-ignite conflict in the vast central African nation.

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    Afghan policemen take pictures of the dead bodies of two insurgents after a suicide attack outside the building of a logistics company working with NATO forces on the outskirts of Herat city on November 3, 2011. Two Afghan guards were killed in an assault on a logistics company working with NATO forces in western Afghanistan, police said on November 3, adding that all the attackers had been killed.

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    The body of a Yemeni demonstrator is carried into a makeshift hospital after he was shot during an anti-regime rally in Sanaa on October 15, 2011. Yemeni police opened fire on demonstrators in the capital demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, killing at least 12 people and wounding dozens, medics said.

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    The bodies of six men murdered by suspected gang members lie in the parking lot of Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in San Pedro Sula, 240 kms north of Tegucigalpa in October 14, 2011. Honduras stands to break world records with its murder rate — estimated at 86 per 100,000 inhabitants — putting it ahead of war-torn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, a study said October 13, 2011. The study by the Violence Observatory at the National Autonomous University of Honduras said the murder rate was 43.7 per 100,000 inhabitants during the first semester of 2011, up from 36.6 for the same period last year.

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    Libyan rebels help an injured comrade who was wounded during the battle to liberate the city of Sirte, Libya 12 October 2011. According to media sources on 11 October, the military spokesman Ahmad Bani of the country’s interim leadership said the battle for Sirte had entered its ëfinal stageí, with his men close to controlling the last neighborhoods still in the hands of Gaddafi’s loyalists. Sirte and Bani Walid are the two last bastions where fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists are still fighting the country’s new rulers.


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    Afghan police forces carry the dead body of one of the six Taliban militants who were killed during a gun battle with Afghan and NATO forces in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday Sept. 14, 2011. The 20-hour insurgent attack in the heart of Kabul ended Wednesday morning after a final volley of helicopter gunfire as Afghan police ferreted out and killed the last few assailants who had taken over a half-built downtown building to fire on the nearby U.S. Embassy and NATO compounds.


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    Pakistani policemen inspect a bomb blast site in Jandol town in the district of Lower Dir on September 15, 2011. A suicide bomber targeting members of an anti-Taliban militia blew himself up during funeral prayers in northwest Pakistan, killing 26 people and wounding 63 others, police said.


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    Residents of the area look on from across a small river at bodies of victims lying on the other side, after a pipeline explosion in Nairobi, Kenya, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. A leaking gasoline pipeline in Kenya’s capital exploded on Monday, turning part of a slum into an inferno in which scores of people were killed and more than 100 hurt.

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    Charred human remains found in the barracks of the 32nd regiment of the Libyan soldiers loyal to Gaddafi army at the “Khamis” military encampment in southern Tripoli, Libya, 28 August 2011. According to local media sources the bones of 170 rebels were found in the location. Bodies of soldiers loyal to Gaddafi, rebels and civilians continue to be found in and around hospitals and other locations in the Libyan capital Tripoli, as normal life began returning on 28 August, almost a week after rebels swept into the city. Shops opened for customers eager to stock up on basic goods. Young people were, meanwhile, cleaning up streets from debris of fierce battles with fighters loyal to fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi, witnesses told the German Press Agency dpa.

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    Dead bodies lay outside the hospital in the Abu Salim district in Tripoli, Libya, Friday, Aug. 26, 2011. The four-story hospital was completely empty with shattered glass over the floors, dark with dried blood stains and with medical equipment strewn about. In the hospital yard next to the parking lot is a pile of 20 decomposing bodies, all of them darker skinned than most Libyans, covered with blankets. Gadhafi had recruited fighters from sub-Saharan Africa.

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    August 25, 2011, Tripoli, Libya: Libyan rebels push forward their Tripoli offensive, attacking Qaddafi snipers in the Abu Salim neighborhood. Fierce fighting leads to casualties on both sides


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    A suicide bomber hit a Pakistani mosque during Friday prayers, killing at least 43 people and wounding more than 100 others in the tribal district of Khyber. The Khyber bomb exploded after more than 500 people had packed into the mosque in the town of Jamrud, 25 kilometres (16 miles) from Peshawar, the main city in the northwest where most of the violence in Pakistan is concentrated.

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    A Pakistani medical practitioner treats Safau Khan, who was injured in a suicide bombing at a mosque on Friday, for burn wounds at a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. A suicide bomber struck worshippers during prayers Friday at a mosque close to the Afghan border, killing 48 people in an attack one official said may have been aimed at anti-Taliban elders praying during the holy month of Ramadan.

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    The body of one of two men shot dead next to the Caleta beach is inspected by forensic and police officers as residents look on, in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Tuesday Aug. 16, 2011. The city of Acapulco has been hit by violence as drug gangs continue to battle for control of the region.

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    Bystanders look on as the blood-stained wreckage of a police van is seen following a bomb explosion in Peshawar on August 11, 2011. Bombers killed up to six people in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, where a woman suicide attacker blew herself up and roadside explosives struck a police vehicle.


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    In this photo taken during a government organized tour, journalists shoot the remains of people of which Dr. Mohammed al-Omar said that most of them were members of security forces who were killed by members of armed groups at a government-run hospital in the central city of Hama, Syria, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2011. More than 300 people have died in the past week, the bloodiest in the five-month uprising against authoritarian President Bashar Assad. The central city of Hama had been the focus of the crackdown for most of the week. Electricity, Internet and phone lines have been cut for seven days, and residents have reported dwindling food and medical supplies amid frequent shelling and raids.


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    Victims of a bomb explosion lie bleeding on the ground outside the Opera House in Mumbai, India, Wednesday, July 13, 2011. Near-simultaneous bomb blasts rocked three busy neighborhoods during evening rush hour in India’s busy financial capital Wednesday, killing at least 17 people in what the government called an apparent terrorist attack on the city besieged by militants nearly three years ago.

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    Iraqi policemen inspect human remains at a mass grave uncovered in the desert of Diwaniyah province, some 130 km south of Baghdad, Iraq, 10 July 2011. Iraqi authorities uncovered a mass grave with 800 corpses near the central city of Diwaniyah. Officials said that the remains are believed to be Kurds killed during the rule of ousted leader Saddam Hussein, it is one of the bigger mass graves unearthed in recent years.

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    Forensic personnel finds the corpse of a policeman after the explosion of a car bomb at the police headquarters, in Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on July 9, 2011. At least three people were killed and 70 wounded on Saturday due to an alleged attack of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas in Toribio municipality, authorities informed. The area affected was of three blocks surrounding the police headquerters and two of the killed were civilians.

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    Forensic workers examine the scene where the bodies of two women were found dead on the outskirts of Veracruz, Mexico, Friday, July 8, 2011. Both women appeared to have died of gunshot injuries.


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    The body of a suicide bomber is pictured amid debris inside Diyala’s government building in its provincial capital of Baquba after militants blasted their way on June 14, 2011 into the government offices in the restive central Iraqi city with two car bombs and suicide blasts that killed seven people and mirrored a similar March raid claimed by Al-Qaeda.

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    A policeman stands over the bodies of two men who were killed when gunmen attacked a taxi stand located near a supermarket in Monterrey, northern Mexico, Tuesday May 31, 2011. In less than a week, at least 3 taxi stands have been attacked by unknown gunmen, leaving 11 people dead.

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    Afghans carry a victim of suicide attack towards an ambulance, unseen, near the gate of an Italian military base in Herat, west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, May 30, 2011. A suicide attacker blew up an explosives-packed car Monday at the gates of an Italian military base in western Afghanistan, killing several people, officials said.


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    Thai police officers examine the site of an attack on a Muslim local government chief who was shot by suspected separatist militants in Thailand’s restive southern province of Narathiwat on May 7, 2011. Seven people were killed and 16 wounded in a string of attacks across Thailand’s far south that included two roadside bombs detonating within minutes of each other on May 7, police said.

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    A wounded Libyan rebel is carried away as the body of a comrade killed by a mortar shell fired by Moamer Kadhafi’s forces lies in front of a house in Al-Ghiran near Misrata airport on May 1, 2011 as a salvo of rockets hit the besieged city.

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    In this April 14, 2011 photo obtained by the Associated Press on April 29, 2011, a policeman stands next to skulls during the removal of bodies from a mass grave found at a car repair shop in the city of Durango, Mexico. Security forces searching mass graves in northwestern Mexico have exhumed eight more bodies, bringing the total from a month-long excavation to 104.

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    A Libyan doctor unwraps a blanket containing the remains of a rebel fighter killed during clashes with Libyan government forces, at the Al-Mahjoub Polyclinic in Zahiyat al-Mahjoub village, near Misrata, Libya, Friday, April 29, 2011.

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    The body of a Libyan rebel fighter (L) lies in a room next to a 16-year-old boy shot dead at a hospital on the western front of Misrata on April 28, 2011. Libyan rebels fought to capture Misrata’s airport after pushing back Kadhafi’s forces from the city’s lifeline sea port and as the country’s tribes urged the strongman to quit.


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    People aid a victim in Djemaa el-Fna square after a terrorist attack April 28, 2011 in Marrakech, Morocco. The blast ripped through a cafe overlooking Marrakech’s Djemaa el-Fna square, a spot often packed with foreign tourists.

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    In this April 16, 2011photo released by the semi-official Mehr News Agency, two men convicted of armed robbery, kidnapping and slaying of two policemen, including the head of Shraz police are hanged in public, at the city of Shiraz, about 555 miles (924 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, Iran.

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    A dead body of a soldier allegedly loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi in the back of rebels pickup truck in Ajdabiya, Libya, 10 April 2011. An African Union mediation panel on Libya has called for the ‘immediate end to all hostilities’, and suggested a transition period for adopting political reform, it also called for the free passage of humanitarian aid and the urgent need to foster dialogue between the Libyan government and the rebel-run Transitional National Council. The panel, chaired by Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, issued a statement from Nouakchott on 10 april ahead of an expected trip to Tripoli and Benghazi, the rebel stronghold.



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    A Pakistani man looks at the body of a child next to his mothers body following a suicide bomb attack outside the shrine of 13th century Sufi saint Ahmed Sultan, popularly known as Sakhi Sarwar, in Dera Ghazi Khan district on April 3, 2011. Two suicide bomb attacks outside a shrine in the central Pakistani province of Punjab on April 3 killed 41 people. (CHILDREN)

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    A doctor treats a wounded man, who was injured during a clashes between Syrian security forces and anti-government protesters, in the southern city of Daraa, Syria, on Wednesday March 23, 2011. Syrian security forces shot live ammunition and tear gas early Wednesday near a mosque where protesters have been camped out , killing six people including a paramedic, activists said. The early morning attack near the al-Omari mosque in the southern city of Daraa marks the deadliest single day since anti-government protests inspired by uprisings across the Arab world reached this country last week.

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    Libyan rebels evacuate an injured comrade during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi’s forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

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    Dead body of a suspected Gadaffi loyalist brought from the combat zone to the Jaala Hospital Morgue on March 20, 2011 from the outskirts of Benghazi, Libya.


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    A man looks for his missing son as bodies of tsunami victims are resting on blue plastic sheets at a makeshift morgue in coastal city of Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture, northeastern Japan, 20 March 2011. The number of estimated dead and missing person are still on the rise on 20 March. Tens of thousands of survivors, mostly from Fukushima prefecture, are fleeing to the northern and southern Japan to avoid radiation as the country desperately tries to cool the crippled nuclear reactors in Fukushima Prefecture. Other survivors are still spending their days in dire conditions as they hopelessly wait for a good news on their loved ones’ whereabouts since a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit Japan on 11 March 2011.


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    Federal police officers and forensic workers inspect the crime scene where 5 people were shot to death in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sunday, March 6, 2011.



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    A musician lies dead next to his trombone after unidentified gunmen opened fire on people celebrating a private party with live music in the parking lot of a nightclub in the Pacific resort city of Mazatlan, Mexico, during the early hours of Tuesday March 8, 2011. According to local media reports, at least 5 people were killed and 10 were injured.


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    The bodies of two young boys lie next to cars at the site where three teenage boys were shot to death outside of a car dealership in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Saturday Feb. 5, 2011. At least two of them were U.S. citizens and high school students in Texas, authorities said.


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    Mexican navy marines inspect and secure the scene where the bodies of two men were dumped in the Pacific coast resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Saturday Feb. 5, 2010. The two bodies had their heads bound in plastic tape and their hands and feet bound with gaffer tape. They had been shot in the head and neck and a warning message to a rival drug gang was left behind.


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    A body is brought out of a supermarket Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 in central Kabul, Afghanistan. A bomb exploded inside a grocery store frequented by foreigners on Friday in Kabul, killing and injuring people, police and eyewitnesses said. The Taliban claimed responsibility, saying the attack was against a U.S.-based security contractor.


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    A dead protestor lies during an anti-government protest in Tirana on January 21, 2011. Albanian anti-government protesters clashed with police when demonstrators threw stones at the security forces who responded with tear gas. Several thousand people gathered in the capital on January 21 after a call from the socialist opposition to protest against the current government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha.


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    An unidentified woman checks for the pulse of a dying municipal police officer inside a shopping mall in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Thursday Jan. 20, 2011. According to police, gunfire exchange began inside the shopping mall when the municipal policeman tried to fight back against gunmen who tried to rob a local tax office. Two suspects and two bystanders were injured.



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    Members of Mexican Navy walk down a pedestrian bridge over the Acapulco-Mexico road where three corposes – one decapitated and partially dismembered – were found, in the neighbourhood La Cima, in Acapulco, on January 9, 2011, a day after 15 other bodies were found



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    In this Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011 photo, dead bodies and debris lay on the ground after a shooting involving Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz, outside a shopping center in Tucson, Ariz. An assassination attempt left the Democratic congresswoman in critical condition, killed Arizona’s chief federal judge and five other people and forced Americans to question the toxic legacy of their divisive politics.


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    Mexican Police and rescuers observe the body of a woman hanging from a pedestrian bridge in Monterrey, Mexico, on 31 December 2010. According to media reports, the body is of Gabriela Muniz Tamez alias ‘La Pelirroja,’ who was sentenced to serve time for kidnapping in 2009. Muniz Tamez was freed on 27 December 2010 by a group of armed men while she was being transported from the jail to a local hospital for a medical check-up.


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    A picture taken on December 25, 2010 shows a burnt corpse of one of the victims of multiple christmas eve explosions at the Unguwa Rukuba neighbourhood in the central Nigerian city of Jos. A series of unprecedented Christmas Eve bomb blasts and attacks on churches have left at least 38 people dead in Nigeria as authorities worked to keep the violence from spreading. Seven explosions went off in two different areas of the flashpoint city of Jos in central Nigeria, killing 32 people and injuring 74, many of them as they were doing their Christmas shopping, police said.


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    A pedestrian, seriously injured by a flying rock, lies on a street during a protest to mark two years since the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy that sparked Greece’s worst riots in decades, in central Athens on Monday, Dec. 6, 2010. Police closed roads and deployed several thousand officers around the city, amid event to commemorate the death of 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos.


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    The body of a man lays on the ground on December 2, 2010 in Abidjan after he was shot dead in an attack on campaigners for Ivory Coast presidential candidate Alassane Ouattara amid tensions over delayed vote results. At least eight people were killed following an attack by armed men in a local office of Ouattara’s opposition RDR party in the Abidjan district of Yopougon overnight, witnesses said.

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    Pakistani villagers work in the blood-stained mosque premises following a suicide blast in Akhurwall village, part of the semi-tribal northwest area of Darra Adam Khel on November 5, 2010. A suicide bomb destroyed a Pakistani mosque on Friday, killing 50 people during the main weekly prayers and trapping human remains under a collapsed roof and pulverised rubble.


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    The body of a victim of Mount Merapi eruption lies on a road covered with volcanic ash as a rescuer walks by in Argomulyo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010.


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    A forensic expert works by the scattered body parts of an unidentified man in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Saturday Sept. 25, 2010.



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    Four corpses lie on the floor of a house in Acapulco, Guerrero state, Mexico on September 23, 2010. Seven people were killed Thursday with assault rifles AK47 during a clash between drug dealers. The Mexican government declared war on the drug cartels on December 2006, which has since left 22,743 people dead according to official records.



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    In this photo released by Colombia’s Defense Ministry, police stand around the body of rebel leader Jorge Briceno, also known as Mono Jojoy, after his body was flown to Bogota, Colombia, Thursday Sept. 23, 2010. Colombia’s military killed Jorge Briceno, the No. 2 leader and top military strategist of the country’s main rebel army, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in bombardments of a jungle camp, officials announced Thursday. According to Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos, at least 20 rebels were killed.


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    The body of a child lays in a pool of blood, Wednesday Sept. 1, 2010 in Maputo, Mozambique after police opened fire on stone-throwing crowds who were protesting rising prices in this impoverished country. State television said that six people were killed in the clashes. The S-TV station says the dead included one child. The station gave few other details. Police could not immediately confirm the report. (CHILD)


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    Investigators stand by the alleged body of the gunman (down R) who armed with a shotgun opened fire on a street on August 30, 2010 in the Bratislava suburb of Devinska Nova Ves, killing six people and injuring 14, according to emergency services. The gunman aged around 50 shot himself following the rampage.


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    A police officer inspects an abandoned vehicle where two bodies were found in the trunk in Acapulco, Mexico, Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. Several separate violent incidents in this Pacific resort city have left more than a dozen dead in less than 24 hours.



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    An injured worker from an explosion is carried for treatment at Career Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal, India, 12 November 2011. An explosion occurred in the ordnance factory of Indian army in Itarsi, district Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh in which many workers got injured and five of the seriously injured were brought to Bhopal for treatment.

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    Mexican army soldiers look at two bodies next to a charred vehicle in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico Sep 26, 2011. Acapulco has seen a surge of crime incidents as rival drug gangs battle for control.

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    Forensic experts inspect one of two human heads that were left next and on top of a car at a street in Mexico City near a major military base, Monday Oct. 3, 2011. A grisly tactic of warring drug gangs that has long affected other parts of the country, the appearance of decapitated heads in the country’s capital city has not been seen since January 2008, when two heads were found near the city’s international airport.

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    In this photo taken Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011, Indian policemen stand around the body of Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Abdullah Uni after he was killed during a gun battle in Sopore some 55 kilometers (north of Srinagar, India. Indian forces engaged in a gun battle with separatist rebels in Kashmir and killed Uni, one of the leaders of a rebel group that is blamed for the deadly 2008 Mumbai terror attack, police said on Wednesday.


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    A Pakistani security officer carries an injured child from the site of bombing in Quetta, Pakistan, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011. A pair of suicide bombers attacked the house of a top military officer in the southwestern city of Quetta on Wednesday, killing his wife and 18 other people, at least eight of them soldiers, authorities said. (CHILD)



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    A forensic team work on a crime scene where the corpses of two men hang from a pedestrian bridge in Allende, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico, on August 4, 2011, early morning. Two bodies appeared hanging from the bridge with messages allegedly sent between two organized crime gangs.

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    Indian army personnel tries to salvage victims from a severly damaged compartment at the Malwan station near Fatehpur town of Uttar Pradesh, India, on early 11 July 2011. The death toll in a train derailment in northern India rose to 87 with more bodies being pulled out of the wrecked coaches, officials said. Thirteen coaches of the Delhi-bound Howrah-Kalka express train were thrown off the rails in Uttar Pradesh state’s southern Fatehpur district on 10 July.

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    Afghans carry the body of a border policeman to a table in a morgue in Herat city on July 3, 2011. A land mine explosion in Torghundi city in northern Herat province killed four Afghan border police. The UN said last month that the number of security incidents in Afghanistan this year since March was 51 percent higher than in the same period last year, with most attacks involving IEDs or armed clashes.

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    The corpses of loyalist Libyan army soldiers lie on the ground on the road between the western Libyan towns of Lawania and Gwalesh in the Nefusa mountain frontline, following fighting between the rebels and soldiers loyal to leader Col. Moamer Khadafi, on June 16, 2011.

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    In this Thursday, May 5, 2011 photo, a member of an excavation team that searches for the remains of Soviet soldiers killed during World War II places remains in a coffin in the village of Sinyavino, 50 km (31 miles) east of St.Petersburg, Russia. The remains of over 500 soldiers killed in heavy battles during World War II near Leningrad, now named St. Petersburg, in 1942-1944, were being buried at a ceremony in Sinyavino ahead of Victory Day, celebrated in Russia on May 9.

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    Sixteen-year-old high school student Hiroki Sugawara is laid in a car with flowers as his school mates gather around for the final greeting after his father brought him to the evacuation center in coastal city of Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture, northeastern Japan, 21 March 2011. Tens of thousands have died in northeastern Japan following a 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit the country on 11 March 2011.

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    In this photo taken Jan. 15, 2011, Mexican army soldiers stand next to a mutilated body in Acapulco, Mexico. Once a glamorous beach mecca for international tourism, Acapulco’s image has steadily deteriorated as a fierce turf war continues between rival drug gangs.

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    In this photo taken Jan. 14, 2011, a decaying human body lies in a puddle of water on the outskirts of Acapulco, Mexico. Once a glamorous beach mecca for international tourism, Acapulco’s image has steadily deteriorated as a fierce turf war continues between rival drug gangs.

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    A man mourns over the body of a relative, one of the three victims – one decapitated and partially dismembered – found on the Acapulco-Mexico road, in the neighbourhood La Cima, in Acapulco, on January 9, 2011, a day after 15 other bodies were found beheaded in this Mexican beach resort.

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    @Ivanchuk, Not sure how you do it, but a GREAT post. Your ability to deliver the top notch content is to be admired. Thank You...
     
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    I cannot even imagine some of the smells that come's with these events..


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    Nice post @Ivanchuk. Alot of memories in those photos.

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    1. That's a helluva lot of sandals.

    2. The 6 guys at the airport look like they're just laying there pretending. Weird.

    3. How the hell do you clean that mess up....power washer? Can you imagine the putrid smell. Ugh. I can't even....
     
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    Muammar Ghadaffi was good man, Libya was a peacefull & prosperous country.
     
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