【焦点大图】图片中的2011年

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2011年是全球动荡的一年,由广泛的社会和政治起义,经济危机,以及更大量的标志性事件。我们看到多个独裁者的秋天,迎来了新的国家(苏丹南部),见证了我们这个星球的人口增长到70亿,并惊恐地见证了日本的一场毁灭性的地震,海啸,核灾难的袭击。从阿拉伯的春天洛杉矶Indignados占据华尔街,世界各地数量庞大的公民参加了街头游行,抗议政府和金融机构的风险,被捕,被伤害。这里收集的是2011年的前几个月的部分照片。

2011: The Year in Photos,?Part 1 of 3

2011 was a year of global tumult, marked by widespread social and political uprisings, economic crises, and a great deal more. We saw the fall of multiple dictators, welcomed a new country (South Sudan), witnessed our planet’s population grow to 7 billion, and watched in horror as Japan was struck by a devastating earthquake, a tsunami, and a nuclear disaster. From the Arab Spring to Los Indignados to Occupy Wall Street, citizens around the world took to the streets in massive numbers, protesting against governments and financial institutions, risking arrest, injury, and in some cases their lives. Collected here is?Part 1?of a three-part photo summary of the last year, covering 2011’s first several months.

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A wave approaches Miyako City from the Heigawa estuary in Iwate Prefecture after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck the area March 11, 2011. The earthquake, the most powerful ever known to have hit Japan, combined with the massive tsunami, claimed more than 15,800 lives, devastated many eastern coastline communities, and triggered a nuclear catastrophe at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station. (Reuters/Mainichi Shimbun)

A protester stands in front of a burning barricade during a demonstration in Cairo, Egypt, on January 28, 2011. Police and demonstrators fought running battles on the streets of Cairo during four days of unprecedented protests by tens of thousands of Egyptians demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak`s three-decade rule. (Reuters/Goran Tomasevic)

Tunisia`s President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (left) visits Mohamed Bouazizi at the Ben Arous Burn and Trauma Center in Tunis. Bouazizi had set himself on fire in an act out of desperation after police confiscated fruits and vegetables he sold without a permit in the central town of Sidi Bouzid. He died shortly after this photo was taken. This photo was released on December 28, 2010, and Bouazizi`s story touched millions across the Arab world, tapping into decades-old anger, and triggered a series of uprisings leading to the fall of several dictators and widespread civil unrest that continues to this day. (AP Photo/Tunisian Presidency, File)

At NASA`s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the STS-133 crew takes a break from a simulated launch countdown to ham it up on the 195-foot level of Launch Pad 39A. From the left: Pilot Eric Boe, Mission Specialist Michael Barratt, Commander Steve Lindsey, and Mission Specialists Tim Kopra, Nicole Stott, and Alvin Drew. (NASA/Kim Shiflett)

Orich Florestal (left), 24, and Rosemond Altidon, 22, stand on the edge of their partially destroyed apartment of Port-au-Prince January 9, 2011, close to the first anniversary of the earthquake that killed around 250,000 people and wrecked much of the capital Port-au-Prince in 2010. (Reuters/Allison Shelley)

A gunman identified as Michael Gonzales aims his pistol at local village politician Reynaldo Dagsa shortly before Gonzales pulled the trigger, assassinating Dagsa in Manila, Philippines, on January 5, 2011. Reynaldo Dagsa took this picture of his family on New Year`s eve, moments before he was killed by Gonzales, who was captured on his camera together with an accomplice (man on the right). Police said they arrested both men charged in the assassination. (Reuters/Dagsa Family)

Debris crushed a car outside the Christchurch Catholic Cathedral after an earthquake rocked Christchurch, New Zealand, on Tuesday, February 22, 2011. The 6.3-magnitude quake hit at the height of a busy workday, toppling tall buildings and churches, crushing buses and killing dozens of people in one of the country`s worst natural disasters. (AP Photo/NZPA, David Wethey)

A giant boulder punched a massive hole through this house during the February 22 earthquake near Lyttelton, a suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand. This photo was taken two days later. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Curiosity, the Mars Science Laboratory Rover, stands in the Spacecraft Assembly Facility at NASA`s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The rover was shipped to NASA`s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on June 22, 2011. The mission launched successfully on November 26, and Curiosity will land on Mars this coming August. (NASA/JPL-Caltech)

A motorcycle policeman is engulfed in flames as his colleague tries to help him after protesters threw a petrol bomb in Athens, Greece, on February 23, 2011. Scores of youths hurled rocks and petrol bombs at riot police after clashes broke out during a mass rally taking place as part of a general strike. (AP Photo/Dimitri Messinis)

A supporter of President Hosni Mubarak, on camel, fights with anti-Mubarak protesters in Cairo, Egypt, on February 2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt`s upheaval took a dangerous new turn. (AP Photo/Mohammed Abou Zaid)

Anti-government protesters gather by the thousands in Cairo`s Tahrir Square in February of 2011, calling for an end to Hosni Mubarak`s 30 years of dictatorship. (Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh)

Anti-government protesters in Cairo`s Tahrir Square watch a broadcast of President Hosni Mubarak speaking to the nation on February 10, 2011. Protesters chanted, `down, down with Hosni Mubarak,` and `leave, leave,` in rage at the speech in which the president took half measures, not stepping down but handing over powers to his vice president. (Reuters/Dylan Martinez)

After an abrupt change of position, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned from power on February 11, 2011. A furious wave of protest had finally swept Mubarak from power after 30 years of one-man rule, sparking jubilation on the streets and sending a warning to autocrats across the Arab world and beyond. Here, demonstrators celebrate in Tahrir Square upon hearing the news of the resignation in Cairo, Egypt. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Uprisings in Libya descended into civil war, with battles raging across desert roads and cities. NATO forces controlled the skies and offered cover to the rebels. Here, vehicles belonging to forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi explode after an air strike by coalition forces along a road between Benghazi and Ajdabiyah on March 20, 2011. (Reuters/Goran Tomasevic)

Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros stands in front of a burning building while on assignment on April 18, 2011, in Misrata, Libya. Hondros was killed two days later by a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG). (Katie Orlinsky/Getty Images)

A massive tsunami sweeps in to engulf a residential area after a powerful earthquake in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan, on March 11, 2011. (Reuters/KYODO)

Reporter Toya Chiba is swept up by a tsunami at Kamaishi port in Iwate prefecture, Japan, on March 11, 2011. Chiba managed to survive the tsunami by grabbing a dangling rope and climbing onto a coal heap, Kyodo news reported. (Reuters/Kamaishi Port Office via Kyodo)

Houses are swept away by water following a tsunami and earthquake in Natori City in northeastern Japan, on March 11, 2011. (Reuters/KYODO)

Cargo containers strewn about by the recent tsunami in Sendai, northern Japan, on March 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)

A woman sits amid wreckage caused by the massive March 11 earthquake and the ensuing tsunami, in Natori, northern Japan, on Sunday, March 13, 2011. (AP Photo/Asahi Shimbun, Toshiyuki Tsunenari)

A Japanese home drifts in the Pacific Ocean in this photograph taken on March 13, 2011. Ships and aircraft from the U.S. Navy`s Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group were searching for survivors in the coastal waters near Sendai, Japan, in the wake of 9.0-magnitude earthquake and tsunami. (Reuters/U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Dylan McCord)

A volunteer cleans a family photo that was washed away by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami as baby photos are placed to dry at a volunteer center in Ofunato, Iwate prefecture, on April 12, 2011. (Reuters/Toru Hanai)

Ryo Taira (right) and an unidentified man lift a young porpoise out of a flooded rice field after it was swept there by the earlier tsunami in Sendai, Japan, on March 22, 2011. Taira found the porpoise struggling in the shallow water on Tuesday and after failing to net it, waded in to the field, which had yet to be sown with rice, to cradle the animal in his arms. (Reuters/Asahi Shimbun)

A boy who survived the tsunami plays in a toy car in front of a real car still balancing on its front end after being washed up by the March 11 tsunami in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, on April 6, 2011. (Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)

In this Friday, April 1, 2011, photo released by the Japan Coast Guard, members of the Japan Coast Guard rescue a dog after it was found drifting on the roof of a tsunami-wrecked house floating off Kesennuma, northeastern Japan. The dog wore a collar, but there was no address on it. (AP Photo/Japan Coast Guard)

Residents take a hot outdoor bath amongst tsunami devastation in Kesennuma city, Miyagi prefecture, on April 14, 2011. (Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP/Getty Images)

Anti-government protesters display their arms and hands during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 4, 2011. Yemeni troops opened fire on crowds of protesters, killing at least six and wounding more than 30 others, according to various witnesses and medical officials. Arabic reads from right, `Our blood for our country`, `Victory, Leave, Or we die, Murderer`. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

Britain`s Prince William and his new wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge kiss on the balcony at Buckingham Palace, watched by bridemaids Grace van Cutsem (left) and Margarita Armstrong-Jones and pageboy Tom Pettifer, after their wedding in Westminster Abbey, in central London, on April 29, 2011. (Reuters/Dylan Martinez)

An aerial photo shows tornado damage at the Lowe`s Home Improvement Center in Sanford, North Carolina, on April 17, 2011. A tornado ripped through the area Saturday as a line of severe storms moved across the state. (AP Photo/The News & Observer, Thomas Babb)

Andy Page cries as he sits with his cat, Ellie, placed in a pet carrier, in his demolished apartment in Trenton, Georgia, on Thursday, April 28, 2011, after overnight storms hit the North Georgia and Chattanooga, Tennessee, area. Page has several cats and Ellie was the last one he was looking for. (AP Photo/Chattanooga Times Free Press, Angela Lewis)

U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd left) and Vice President Joe Biden (left), along with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House, May 1, 2011. A team of United States Navy SEALs was at that moment descending on a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, raiding the suspected residence of bin Laden. Also pictured are Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd right) and Defense Secretary Robert Gates (right). (Reuters/White House/Pete Souza/Handout)

Crowds gather outside the White House in Washington early Monday, May 2, 2011, to celebrate after President Barack Obama officially announced the death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of U.S. forces in a compound in Pakistan. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

A photo taken by a local resident shows the wreckage of a helicopter next to the wall of the compound where according to officials, Osama bin Laden was shot and killed in a firefight with U.S. forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan on Monday, May 2, 2011. The aircraft was a secretly developed stealth helicopter, which crashed during the operation. Pakistan later delivered the remaining pieces to U.S. authorities. (AP Photo/Mohammad Zubair)

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (left) hits a six to win against Sri Lanka as teammate Yuvraj Singh reacts during the Cricket World Cup 2011 final at The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on April 2, 2011. India went on to win the World Cup, beating Sri Lanka by six wickets. (Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty Images)

A Libyan rebel fighter smokes a cigarette next to an improvised multiple rocket launcher in the back of a pickup truck, as the rebels prepare to make an advance, in the desert on the outskirts of Ajdabiya, Libya, on Thursday, April 14, 2011. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

The Texas Forest Service undertook controlled burns on Sunday, April 17, 2011 to get rid of fuel on the mountains around McDonald Observatory in the Davis Mountains of West Texas, which were experiencing widespread forest fires. Here, Black Mountain is burning. The Hobby-Eberly Telescope dome is at right. (Frank Cianciolo/McDonald Observatory)

Protesters, members of `Los Indignados`, take part in a demonstration with a banner that reads `System Error`, in Madrid, Spain, on May 17, 2011. (Dominique Faget/AFP/Getty Images)

Hands are raised in protest at Puerta del Sol square in Madrid, Spain, on May 20, 2011 during a rally against Spain`s economic crisis, jobless rate, austerity measures, political structure, and more. (Pedro Armestre/AFP/Getty Images)

The photo of Osama bin Laden`s dead body. Undoubtedly, this photo, if it had been released, would have been one of the iconic (if gory) photos of the year. According to reports, at least three sets of photographs of bin Laden`s body exist, somewhere in the custody of the CIA. President Obama has decided against releasing them to the public, concerned about them being used to incite further violence, or being used as a propaganda tool. Several FOIA requests have reportedly been declined. (Photographer unknown)

2011: The Year in Photos, Part 2 of 3

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Surf rescue swimmer Doug Knutzen carries Dale Ostrander to the shore of Long Beach, Washington, on August 5, 2011. Rescue swimmers Eddie Mendez (left) and Will Green had found Ostrander in the surf, after the boy was underwater for more than 20 minutes. Ostrander was hospitalized and placed in a medically induced coma for a time, but has since returned home and started the 7th grade. His recovery is still in progress, as he continues to undergo speech and physical therapy. (AP Photo/Damian Mulinix/Chinook Observer)

Robonaut 2 (R2) waits inside the electromagnetic interference chamber at Johnson Space Center following tests that ensure the robot`s electronic systems won`t cause problems for other important systems at the International Space Station. Humanoid robot R2 journeyed to the space station onboard the Space Shuttle Discovery during the STS-133 mission, conducting tests. NASA hopes to eventually build a robot helper suitable to assist humans in complex tasks in space or on Earth. (NASA)

A levee protects a home surrounded by floodwater from the Yazoo River, on May 18, 2011 near Vicksburg, Mississippi. The flooded Mississippi River was forcing the Yazoo River to top its banks where the two rivers meet near Vicksburg causing towns and farms upstream on the Yazoo to flood. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Palestinian protesters infiltrate the Israel-Syria border on May 15, 2011, near the Druze village of Majdal Shams, Israel. Reportedly at least 12 were killed and several injured when IDF soldiers opened fire on protesters attempting to cross the Syria-Israel border adjacent to Majdal Shams in Northern Israel. (Jalaa Marey/JINI/Getty Images)

Wingwalker Todd Green falls from John Mohr`s Steerman aircraft to his death, after losing his grip while trying to perform a transfer to a helicopter during the Selfridge Air Show, less than 30 miles from Detroit, on August 21, 2011. (Reuters/David Angell)

A migrant stands in a line after arriving at the port in Benghazi from the besieged Libyan city of Misrata, Libya, on May 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

Karren, part of a group called the Pujie Girls, demonstrates planking, a recent fad where participants take photos of themselves lying face down in unusual locations, such as here, outside Taiwan`s National Theater in Taipei, on May 25, 2011. (Reuters/Nicky Loh)

An anti-government protester holds up a scarf reading, in Arabic, `My country, I love you my country`, during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Saleh, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Sunday, May 1, 2011. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

This May 23, 2011 photo made by Expedition 27 crew member Paolo Nespoli from the Soyuz TMA-20 following its undocking and released by NASA shows the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour at an altitude of approximately 220 miles. A Soyuz capsule had never headed for home while a shuttle was parked at the space station, providing a rare opportunity for the photo session. (AP Photo/NASA, Paolo Nespoli)

A federal policemen guards a crime scene in Monterrey, Mexico, on May 30, 2011. Gunmen killed five people, four taxi drivers and one woman working at a taxi stand, during a drive-by shooting outside a supermarket, local media reported. Drug wars and widespread violence between cartels and the Mexican government continued throughout the year, with some estimates tallying 46,000 related deaths in the past five years. (Reuters/Tomas Bravo)

This aerial photograph shows a neighborhood destroyed by a powerful tornado in Joplin, Missouri, on May 24, 2011. A tornado moved through much of the city, damaging a hospital and hundreds of homes and businesses and killing at least 116 people. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Foreign soldiers leave the Intercontinental Hotel at the end of a military operation against Taliban militants who had stormed the hotel in Kabul, on June 29, 2011. Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, sparking a five-hour battle with Afghan commandos backed by a NATO helicopter gunship in an assault that left at least 10 people dead. (Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images)

The sun shines through the smoke from the Las Conchas wildfire near the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico, on June 29, 2011. The New Mexico wildfire raged largely unchecked for a fourth day near one of the nation`s top nuclear arms production plants, but firefighters finally gained some ground in corralling the flames. (Reuters/Eric Draper)

Scott Jones and Alex Thomas share a kiss while on a street after Thomas was knocked to the ground by riot policemen during the riot that followed the championship loss by the Vancouver Canucks, on June 15, 2011 in Vancouver, Canada. (Rich Lam/Getty Images)

Lightning flashes around the ash plume above the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain near Entrelagos, Chile, on June 5, 2011. The volcano in the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle chain, dormant for decades, erupted in south-central Chile, belching ash over 6 miles (10 km) into the sky, as winds fanned it toward neighboring Argentina, and prompted the government to evacuate several thousand residents, authorities said. (Reuters/Carlos Gutierrez)

This unprecedented view of the space shuttle Atlantis, streaking through the Earth`s atmosphere during re-entry, was photographed by the Expedition 28 crew of the International Space Station, on July 21, 2011. Atlantis, the final space shuttle to ever go into orbit, was on its way home for the last time, landing in Florida later that day. Each of the shuttle orbiters are now undergoing decommissioning in preparation for being placed on public display. (NASA)

A Sudan People`s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldier stands in line during a rehearsal of the Independence Day ceremony in Juba, Sudan, on July 5, 2011. On July 9, the Republic of South Sudan declared its independence, creating the newest nation in the world -- the 193rd nation to join the United Nations. (Reuters/Goran Tomasevic)

Men play football on Ipanema Beach ahead of the Preliminary Draw of the 2014 FIFA World Cup on July 28, 2011 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Mihag Gedi Farah, a malnourished seven-month-old child weighing only 7.5 pound (3.4kg), is held by his mother in a field hospital of the International Rescue Committee, IRC, in the town of Dadaab, Kenya, on July 26, 2011. The U.N. will airlift emergency rations this week to parts of drought-ravaged Somalia that militants banned it from more than two years ago, in a crisis intervention to keep hungry refugees from dying along what an official calls the `roads of death.` Tens of thousands already have trekked to neighboring Kenya and Ethiopia, hoping to get aid in refugee camps. A reporter tracked down Mihag shortly after and was told that doctors expected him to make a full recovery. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)

An aid worker using an iPad films the rotting carcass of a cow in Wajir near the Kenya-Somalia border, July 23, 2011. Since drought gripped the Horn of Africa, and especially since famine was declared in parts of Somalia, the international aid industry has swept in and out of refugee camps and remote hamlets in branded planes and snaking lines of white 4x4s. This humanitarian, diplomatic and media circus is necessary every time people go hungry in Africa, analysts say, because governments - both African and foreign - rarely respond early enough to looming catastrophes. Combine that with an often simplistic explanation of the causes of famine, and a growing band of aid critics say parts of Africa are doomed to a never-ending cycle of ignored early warnings, media appeals and emergency U.N. feeding - rather than a transition to lasting self-sufficiency. (Reuters/Barry Malone)

A Somali woman weeps for her child (wrapped in cloth), who had just died after being brought in for treatment for malnutrition, at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu, on July 21, 2011. (Reuters/Feisal Omar)

Japan wins the World Cup after a penalty shoot-out at the FIFA Women`s World Cup Final match between Japan and USA, on July 17, 2011, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. (Christof Koepsel/Getty Images)

A leopard attacks a forest guard at Prakash Nagar village near Salugara, on the outskirts of Siliguri, India,on July 19, 2011. The leopard strayed into the village area and mauled several villagers, including three guards, before being caught by forest officials, according to news reports. The leopard, which suffered injuries caused by knives and batons, died later in the evening at a veterinary center. The forest guard being attacked was also injured. (AP Photo)

Ciara Trait of Ireland, after winning the 25 meter backstroke event in the 2011 Special Olympics Summer Games, on July 1, 2011 in Athens, Greece. (Vladimir Rys/Getty Images)

An injured man is attended to at the site of a powerful explosion that rocked central Oslo July 22, 2011. A huge explosion damaged government buildings in central Oslo on Friday including Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg`s office, injuring several people, a Reuters witness said. The blast blew out most windows on the 17-story building housing Stoltenberg`s office, as well as nearby ministries including the oil ministry, which was on fire. (Reuters/Per Thrana)

Covered bodies lie next to a small structure on the shore of the island of Utoya, on July 23, 2011, after a gunman in police uniform killed at least 77 people in a ferocious attack on a youth summer camp of Norway`s ruling Labour party, and hours after a bomb killed seven in Oslo. (Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch)

People gather outside Oslo City Hall to participate in a `rose march` in memory of the victims of the July 22 bomb attack and shooting massacre in Norway, on July 25, 2011. Gunman Anders Behring Breivik has admitted bombing Norway`s capital and opening fire on a political youth group retreat, but he entered a plea of not guilty, saying he wanted to save Europe from Muslim immigration. In November, Breivik was declared insane, and now faces compulsory psychiatric treatment, possibly for the remainder of his life. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (left) reacts as he embraces Eskil Pedersen, the leader of the Norwegian Labour Youth league and survivor of the Utoya island shooting, at a hotel where survivors of the youth camp attack are being reunited with their families in Sundvolden, Norway, on July 23, 2011. (Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images)

A festival attendee in mid-bungee-jump, during the 17th Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn-upon-Odra River, Poland, on August 6, 2011. (Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski)

A hooded youth walks past a burning vehicle in Hackney, on August 8, 2011 in London, England. Pockets of rioting and looting took place in various boroughs of London this evening, as well as in Birmingham, prompted by the initial rioting in Tottenham and then in Brixton on Sunday night. Disturbances broke out late on Saturday night in Tottenham and the surrounding area after the killing of Mark Duggan, 29 and a father-of-four, by armed police in an attempted arrest on August 4. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

Aaron Biber, 89, assesses the damage to his hairdressing salon after riots on Tottenham High Road, on August 7, 2011 in London, England. After Biber`s story became known, an online campaign raised more than £25,000 to help him get back in business. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

A woman takes part in a SlutWalk protest, in central Seoul, South Korea, on July 16, 2011. About 100 protesters, mostly women, attended the SlutWalk protest march which became a movement of rallies around the world after a Toronto policeman suggested in January that women could avoid sexual assault by not dressing like a `slut.` (Reuters/Truth Leem)

Rebel fighters stomp on the head of a statue of Muammar Qaddafi inside the main compound in Bab al-Aziziya in Tripoli, Libya, on Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Libyan rebels stormed Muammar Qaddafi`s main military compound in Tripoli Tuesday after fierce fighting with forces loyal to his regime that rocked the capital as the longtime leader refused to surrender despite the stunning advances by opposition forces. (AP Photo/Sergey Ponomarev)

Salem Hasam Ali, 62, a shop owner, cries while singing the pre-Qaddafi Libyan national anthem at the rebel-held town of Benghazi, Libya, late Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Hundreds of Libyan rebels stormed Muammar Qaddafi`s compound Tuesday, charging wildly through the symbolic heart of the crumbling regime as they killed loyalist troops, looted armories and knocked the head off a statue of the besieged dictator. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)

Burnt bodies lie in a warehouse in Tripoli, Libya, on August 27, 2011. Up to 150 people were found dead, 53 bodies were burnt in a warehouse in the last few days. The victims are believed to be Libyan civilians arrested by pro-Qaddafi loyalists for interrogation. As the Libyan rebel forces were advancing, the pro-Qaddafi forces acted to cover up the bodies of the people they were interrogating, they threw grenades into the warehouse and then set fire to tires inside to cover up the bodies, locals said. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin attempts to bend a frying pan with his bare hands during his visit to the summer camp of the pro-Kremlin youth group `Nashi` at Lake Seliger, some 400km (248miles) north of Moscow, on August 1, 2011. (Reuters/Yana Lapikova/RIA Novosti)

A photographer, after being thrown to the ground and beaten during a student rally in Santiago, Chile, on August 9, 2011. Students, teachers, and many others staged multiple protests throughout the year, seeking serious education reforms. (Reuters/Victor Ruiz Caballero)

Riot police stand covered with paint thrown by demonstrators trying to reach La Moneda presidential palace on the second day of a national strike in Santiago, Chile, Thursday August 25, 2011. Chileans marched Thursday, demanding profound changes in the country`s heavily centralized and privatized form of government. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)

Air Tahiti Nui wildcard trialist Anthony Wals of Lennox Head, Australia, rides a massive barrel during a tow-in surfing session at Teahupo`o, Tahiti, on August 27, 2011. (AP Photo/ASP, Kirstin Scholtz)

In this television frame grab from KIMT in Mason City, Iowa, slain Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson`s dog Hawkeye lays next to his casket during funeral services in Rockford, Iowa, on August 19, 2011. Tumilson, age 35, was one of 30 American soldiers killed in Afghanistan on August 6 when their helicopter was shot down during a mission to help fellow troops who had come under fire. (AP Photo/KIMT New 3, Shane Delaney)

2011: The Year in Photos, Part 3 of 3

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Occupy Wall Street protesters march and hold signs in New York City on September 17, 2011. Frustrated protesters had been speaking out against corporate greed and social inequality on and near Wall Street for the previous two weeks, further sparking a protest movement that spread across the world. Original . (CC BY SA Carwil Bjork-James)

A worker prepares rappelling lines at the top of the Washington Monument as inspections to the structure begin on September 27, 2011. Engineers planned to rappel down the 555-foot (170-meter) Washington Monument to assess damage from a rare 5.8-magnitude earthquake and storms that struck the U.S. capital in August. (Reuters/Kevin Lamarque)

A P-51 Mustang airplane crashes into the edge of the grandstands at the Reno Air show on September 16, 2011, in Reno, Nevada. The World War II-era fighter plane flown by a veteran Hollywood stunt pilot Jimmy Leeward plunged Friday into the edge of the grandstands during the popular air race creating a horrific scene strewn with smoking debris. Eleven people were killed, including Leeward, and at least 74 were hurt. (AP Photo/Ward Howes)

Spain`s bullfighter Jose Tomas performs at the Monumental bullring in Barcelona, Spain, on September 25, 2011. On that day, Spain`s powerful northeastern region of Catalonia bid farewell to the country`s emblematic tradition of bullfighting with a final bash at the Barcelona bullring before a ban took effect. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

A Pakistani woman displaced by the floods walks along a flooded road holding an axe to cut wood, in Digri district near Hyderabad, Pakistan, on September 19, 2011. The United Nations appealed for $357 million Sunday to help millions of Pakistanis affected by floods that have damaged hundreds of thousands of homes and destroyed millions of acres of crops. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

A Russian Soyuz TMA-21 space capsule descends about 150 km south-east of the Kazakh town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, on September 16, 2011. NASA Astronaut Ron Garan and Russian Cosmonauts Andrey Borisenko and Alexander Samokutyayev returned from more than five months onboard the International Space Station, where they served as members of the Expedition 27 and 28 crews. As the Space Shuttle program was shut down earlier in the year, NASA astronauts will now have to rely on Russian rockets to ferry them into orbit, until a new manned U.S. space program is ready, possibly by 2019. (AP Photo/Sergei Ilnitsky, pool)

A woman walks into a spray of water to escape the heat during the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on October 1, 2011. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

In San Francisco, Nick Galloro, of Berkeley, holds a sign during a rally against banking institutions as part of the Occupy Wall Street campaign in California, on September 29, 2011. (Reuters/Stephen Lam)

The Tribute in Light shines above lower Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and One World Trade Center, left, on September 10, 2011 in New York, one day before the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza, pauses at his son`s name at the North Pool of the 9/11 Memorial during tenth anniversary ceremonies at the site of the World Trade Center in New York, on September 11, 2011. (Reuters/Justin Lane)

U.S. Marine dog handler Sgt. Mark Behl, left, of the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force K9 unit, and another Marine, perform first aid on U.S. Military working dog Drak, after he was wounded in a bomb attack, in Sangin, Helmand province, Afghanistan on September 8, 2011. Drak`s own handler, Sgt Kenneth A. Fischer, was also wounded in the bomb attack, which also killed several civilians. Both Fischer and Drak were flown out of the country for surgery and recovery. Eventually, in line with military custom, Fischer will adopt Drak and take him home. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

Sgt. 1st Class Justin Hathaway braves a sandstorm after leaving the 9th Air and Space Expeditionary Task Force-Iraq and U.S. Forces-Iraq Provost Marshal Office at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, on September 27, 2011. American troops are scheduled to completely withdraw from Iraq by the end of this year, after nearly nine years of occupation. (Master Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo/USAF)

A seemingly intoxicated moose is discovered entangled in an apple tree in Goteborg, Sweden late Tuesday September 6 2011. Per Johansson, 45, says he heard a roar from his vacationing neighbor`s garden in southwestern Sweden late Tuesday and went to have a look. There, he found a female moose kicking about in the tree. The animal was likely drunk from eating fermented apples. (AP Photo/Per Johansson)

In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and provided by Shaam News Network, Anti-Syrian President Bashar Assad protesters, shout slogans as they protest at al-kessour area, in Homs province, Syria, on September 29, 2011. Angry supporters of President Bashar Assad`s regime hurled tomatoes and eggs at the U.S. ambassador to Syria as he entered the office of a leading opposition figure and then tried to break into the building, trapping him inside for three hours. The Arab Spring reached Syria in March, but protesters met stiff resistance as Assad`s troops launched deadly attacks, even using tanks to fire on residential areas. Broad restrictions on press coverage have made reporting from Syria extremely difficult throughout the year. (AP Photo/Shaam News Network)

Anti-Qaddafi fighters fire a rocket launcher near Sirte, Libya, one of Muammar Qaddafi`s last remaining strongholds, on September 24, 2011. Libyan provisional government forces backed by NATO warplanes swarmed into the city of Sirte on Saturday but weathered heavy sniper fire as they tried to win control of the city. (Reuters/Goran Tomasevic)

Miami Heat`s LeBron James holds his son, Bryce, during the second half of the South Florida All-Star Classic NBA basketball game, on October 8, 2011, in Miami. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

A picture of North Korea`s founder Kim Il-sung decorates a building in the capital Pyongyang, early October 5, 2011. North Korea appeared to make small, tightly-controlled steps toward the West in 2011, including an agreement with the Associated Press to set up the first permanent text and photo bureau operated by a Western news organization in the capital of Pyongyang. (Reuters/Damir Sagolj)

A businessman sticks his tongue out in jest as he walks past tents erected by protesters from the Occupy London Stock Exchange group, as they continue their demonstration that started on Saturday outside St Paul`s Cathedral in London, on October 17, 2011. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

A protester`s face is cleaned after he was pepper-sprayed by police at the Occupy Denver camp on October 29, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. Following a march by protesters, police tried to tear down some newly-erected tents at the encampment and and a melee ensued. Police detained about a half dozen people and pepper-sprayed others before calling for reinforcements. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a two-week-old baby girl, from a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, on October 25, 2011. The baby was rescued alive from the rubble of a collapsed building on Tuesday, 46 hours after an earthquake struck southeast Turkey, a Reuters Television journalist said. Her mother, Semiha, who was also rescued, had been clasping her daughter to her chest. (Reuters/Stringer)

A baby gestures minutes after he was born inside the pediatric unit at hospital Escuela in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on October 21, 2011. The United Nations Population Fund estimated that the world`s population reached 7 billion on on October 31, 2011. (Reuters/Edgard Garrido)

Libya`s new regime forces fire their weapons at fighters loyal to fugitive strongman Muammar Qaddafi as a comrade plays a guitar during a battle in Sirte on October 10, 2011, in a drive to control Qaddafi`s hometown after a month-long siege. (Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images)

National Transitional Council (NTC) fighters take part in a street battle in the center of the city on October 14, 2011 in Sirte, Libya. (Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)

Bloodied Former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi is seen in this still image taken from video footage in Sirte, Libya, on October 20, 2011. Qaddafi was killed as Libya`s new leaders declared they had overrun the last bastion of his long rule, sparking wild celebrations that eight months of war was finally over. NATO aircraft had fired on a convoy of vehicles carrying Qaddafi and other loyalists, damaging and destroying several vehicles. Qaddafi escaped the airstrike, but was soon captured alive by rebel forces on the ground, who found him hiding in a drainage pipe. Multiple videos and photos showed the former dictator bleeding and being roughly handled. Shortly after, he was dead - the exact circumstance of his death remains uncertain. His body was put on display for the public to view in a freezer in Misrata for several days afterward. He was then buried in an undisclosed location in the desert. (Reuters/Esam Al-Fetori)

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo throws during the eighth inning of Game 1 of baseball`s National League division series against the Arizona Diamondbacks on October 1, 2011, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)

The race car of driver Will Power (left) goes airborne during a multiple-car crash at the IZOD IndyCar World Championship race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 16, 2011. The motor racing world was left reeling from the death of time-two Indianapolis 500 champion Dan Wheldon, who was killed in the crash, as the season-ending celebration turned to disaster. (Reuters/Barry Ambrose)

Following the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on October 5th, Hong Kong design student Jonathan Mak poses with a symbol he designed in tribute, on October 6, 2011. Nineteen-year-old Mak`s poignant tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs became an internet hit with its minimalist, touching symbolism and brought a job offer and a flood of commemorative merchandise using his design. (Reuters/Bobby Yip)

Scott Olsen, an Iraq War veteran, and part of the Occupy Wall Street movement, is carried away by fellow protesters after Olsen was hit by a tear gas canister shot by the Police, near the Oakland City Hall, on October 25, 2011 in California. After initially being listed in critical condition, Olsen was released in November, but is still recovering from a brain injury that has affected his speech. (Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images)

A mask-wearing protester uses his laptop computer in the Occupy LSX camp outside St Paul`s Cathedral, ahead of a demonstration against higher tuition fees and privatization in universities on November 9, 2011 in London, England. Around 4,000 police officers were on duty and were allowed to deploy baton rounds if needed. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

John Pike, a University of California Davis police officer, pepper-sprays students during their sit-in at an Occupy UCD demonstration in Davis, California, on November 18, 2011. UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi apologized to jeering students on November 21 for police use of pepper spray against campus protesters in a standoff captured by video and widely replayed on television and the Internet. Faculty and student critics of Friday`s confrontation, some of whom demanded the chancellor`s resignation, said it had damaged the school`s image and the climate for free expression at the university. (Reuters/Brian Nguyen)

Robotics student Gildo Andreoni interacts with a Dexmart robotic hand built at the University of Bologna in the Robotville exhibition at the Science Museum on November 29, 2011, in London, England. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

A multiple-exposure image of Novak Djokovic of Serbia, as he serves during the men`s singles match against Janko Tipsarevic of Serbia during the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London, England, on November 25, 2011. (Michael Regan/Getty Images for Barclays)

A couple embraces as soldiers of the 25th Infantry Division are greeted by family, friends and loved ones at their redeployment ceremony at Wheeler Gulch, Wheeler Army Airfield in Wahiawa, Hawaii, on December 6, 2011. U.S. forces are withdrawing from Iraq after an eight year presence in the country and communities in Hawaii are welcoming soldiers home. (Kent Nishimura/Getty Images)

Anti-government protesters wave Bahraini flags and gesture as they participate in a rally and march that drew tens of thousands to Maqsha, Bahrain, just outside the capital of Manama, on November 25, 2011. Participants in the rally, organized by several opposition societies, waved Bahraini flags along with those of Arab spring countries Syria, Yemen, Jordan, Tunisia and Egypt, while calling for the fall of the Bahraini government, freedom for prisoners and democracy in the Gulf island kingdom. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)

A Buddha head in the roots of a Bodhi tree is partially submerged by floodwaters in the ruins of Wat Mahathat temple in Thailand`s ancient capital, Ayutthaya, on November 6, 2011. The floods in Thailand began in July and devastated large parts of the central Chao Phraya river basin, killed more than 650 people and disrupted the lives of millions. (Reuters/Adrees Latif)

Vehicles are submerged at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province, on November 14, 2011. Clean-up work was underway at four industrial estates in Thailand`s central Ayutthaya province as water has receded after devastating floods, and some factories were already back at work, officials said. (Reuters/Damir Sagolj)

A New York City police officer scuffles with Occupy Wall Street protesters after they were evicted from Zuccotti Park, on November 15, 2011, in New York City. (Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images)

A black rhino is transported by helicopter in South Africa. The seventh black rhino population established by the WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project was released after an epic trip across the country. Nineteen of the critically endangered animals were moved from the Eastern Cape to a new location in Limpopo province. (AP Photo/Green Renaissance-World Wildlife Fund)

A protester carries stones to throw during clashes with Egyptian riot police near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, on November 21, 2011, months after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. Security forces fired tear gas and clashed Monday with several thousand protesters in Cairo`s Tahrir Square in the third straight day of violence that has killed more than two dozen people and has turned into the most sustained challenge yet to the rule of Egypt`s military.(AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)



 

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