China, Taiwan, Nepal, Kroatien




Jong Hyun-U, (Centre R) a senior counsellor at the North Korean embassy, holds a news conference in Beijing November 5, 2010. North Korea's offer to assist in a probe into the sinking of a South Korean ship earlier this year still stands, a North Korean diplomat said on Friday, adding it was impossible Pyongyang had anything to do with the incident.

Photo:Petar Kujundzi/Reuters


Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou (front, 2nd R), his wife Christine Chow Mei-qing (front, 3rd R) and officials look at at the Burst - 3.5 ton mechanical flower by artist You Wen-fu during a preview visit to the Pavilion of Dreams at the Taipei International Flora Exposition in Taipei November 5, 2010. The event will run from November 6, 2010 to April 25, 2011.

Photo: Hsu Chao-chang/Reuters/Pool


German Shepherd, Labrador and Dalmatian dogs of Nepal's Central Police Dog Training School stand on their hind paws after being worshiped by trainer at Nepal's Central Police Dog Training School during a Dog worship day of the Tihar Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, 05 November 2010. The Tihar festival is the second major festival for Nepalese Hindus. During the festival people worship crow, considered to be messengers of human beings, cow, considered as incarnation of lord Laxmi, god of wealth, and dogs, repaying the love towards man's 'best friend'.

Photo: Narendra Shrestha/EPA


Zenit St Petersburg soccer fans are seen during their Europa League Group G soccer match against Hajduk Split in Croatia's Adriatic port of Split November 4, 2010.

Photo: Nikola Soli/Reuters