Todays Photos

Daily Ummat


Home Login
Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Home > User galleries > ummat > photos

000_1F327E.jpg
000_1F327E.jpg1 viewsPeople take part in a demonstration in favour of the new copyright directive ahead of the vote on copyright in the Digital Single Market at the European Parliament on March 26, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
000_1F327A.jpg
000_1F327A.jpg1 viewsPolice cars stand in front of the city hall of Chemnitz, eastern Germany, after the building was evacuated following a bomb threat, on March 26, 2019. - Several city halls in Germany were evacuated over emails threatening bomb attacks, police said. (Photo by Jan HAERTEL / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
000_1F325P.jpg
000_1F325P.jpg2 viewsRome mayor Virginia Raggi (R) shows Pope Francis the view over the Roman Forum from a balcony during the Pope's visit to Rome's City Hall on Capitoline Hill (Campidoglio) on March 26, 2019. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
000_1F325D.jpg
000_1F325D.jpg1 viewsBarrier tape of the police is seen in front of the city hall of Goettingen, northern Germany, after the building was evacuated following a bomb threat, on March 26, 2019. - Several city halls in Germany were evacuated over emails threatening bomb attacks, police said. (Photo by Stefan Rampfel / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
000_1F320L.jpg
000_1F320L.jpg1 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR), Chinese President Xi Jinping (L), German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (R) pose prior to their meeting at the Elysee presidential palace in Paris, on March 26, 2019. (Photo by PHILIPPE WOJAZER / POOL / AFP)
000_1F252P.jpg
000_1F252P.jpgUS President Donald Trump participates in a photo opportunity with the 2018 Stanley Cup Champions: the Washington Capitals1 viewsUS President Donald Trump sits alongside members of the Washington Capitals, winners of the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Championship, during an event in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, March 25, 2019. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)
000_1F252D.jpg
000_1F252D.jpg1 viewsA missile (top L) from Israel's Iron Dome air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells, lights the sky as rockets (C and R) are fired from the Gaza Strip toward Israel on March 25, 2019. - Multiple rockets were reportedly fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel this evening, as fears of a fresh conflict heightened.
The launches follow Israeli strikes on the Gaza Strip in retaliation for a rocket from the Palestinian enclave that hit an Israeli home and wounded seven people. (Photo by Said KHATIB / AFP)
000_1F251K.jpg
000_1F251K.jpg1 viewsMissiles from Israel's Iron Dome air defence system, designed to intercept and destroy incoming short-range rockets and artillery shells, are fired from the southern Israeli town of Sderot, on March 25, 2019. - Israel launched strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today hours after a rocket from the Palestinian enclave hit a house near Tel Aviv and wounded seven people, leading to fears of a severe escalation. (Photo by Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP)
000_1F36MB.jpg
000_1F36MB.jpg2 viewsPro-government Sudanese men remove anti-regime posters from a building in the capital Khartoum on March 26, 2019. - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has cut the maximum jail term for violating the country's state of emergency from 10 years to six months. Deadly protests have rocked Sudan since December, and Bashir imposed a nationwide state of emergency on February 22 to quell the demonstrations seen as the biggest challenge to his three-decade rule. (Photo by - / AFP)
000_1F36LZ.jpg
000_1F36LZ.jpg2 viewsPro-government Sudanese men remove anti-regime posters from a building in the capital Khartoum on March 26, 2019. - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has cut the maximum jail term for violating the country's state of emergency from 10 years to six months. Deadly protests have rocked Sudan since December, and Bashir imposed a nationwide state of emergency on February 22 to quell the demonstrations seen as the biggest challenge to his three-decade rule. (Photo by - / AFP)
000_1F36FQ.jpg
000_1F36FQ.jpg3 views(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on March 26, 2019 shows
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika (L) during an official visit to Zeralda, a suburb of the capital Algiers on April 10, 2016, and Algeria's Chief of Staff General Ahmed Gaid Salah at the Houari-Boumediene International Airport in Algiers, on May 20, 2014. - Algeria's chief of staff called today for Bouteflika to be declared unfit to govern, following weeks of mass protests demanding the ailing leader to step down. (Photos by Eric FEFERBERG and Farouk Batiche / AFP)
000_1F35SP.jpg
000_1F35SP.jpg2 viewsTV broadcast area is pictured during a plenary session at the European Parliament on March 26, 2019 in Strasbourg, eastern France. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)
000_1F35SF.jpg
000_1F35SF.jpgHouse Armed Services Full committee hearing on "The FY2020 National Defense Authorization Budget Request from the Department of Defense."2 viewsChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph F. Dunford speaks during a hearing of the House Armed Services Committee on Capitol Hill March 26, 2019, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
000_1F35RI.jpg
000_1F35RI.jpg1 viewsFrench Communist Party (PCF) Member of Parliament Stephane Peu speaks during a session of questions to the government at the National Assembly in Paris on March 26, 2019. (Photo by ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP)
000_1F35LI.jpg
000_1F35LI.jpg1 viewsA supporter points the finger towards the campaign booth of former Ukrainian Prime Minister and presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko, in Kiev on March 26, 2019, ahead of Ukraine's presidential elections on March 31. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
000_1F35HJ.jpg
000_1F35HJ.jpg1 viewsBritain's Transport Secretary Chris Grayling (L) and Britain's International Development Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities Penny Mordaunt leaves from 10 Downing Street on March 26, 2019. - Britain's parliament began plotting a new Brexit strategy today after seizing the initiative in the floundering process from Prime Minister Theresa May's government in a historic vote. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
000_1F35HG.jpg
000_1F35HG.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with his Lebanese counterpart at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 26, 2019. (Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL / AFP)
000_1F35H5.jpg
000_1F35H5.jpg1 viewsBritain's Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright leaves from 10 Downing Street on March 26, 2019. - Britain's parliament began plotting a new Brexit strategy today after seizing the initiative in the floundering process from Prime Minister Theresa May's government in a historic vote. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
000_1F35H2.jpg
000_1F35H2.jpg1 viewsPatients on dialysis treatment wait outside a closed clinic during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35GR.jpg
000_1F35GR.jpg1 viewsPeople ride on a bus during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35GN.jpg
000_1F35GN.jpg1 viewsMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador gestures during his daily morning press conference at the National Palace in Mexico City on March 26, 2019. - The 500-year-old wounds of the Spanish conquest have been ripped open afresh with Mexico's president urging Spain and the Vatican to apologise for their "abuses" -- a request Madrid said it "firmly rejects". A folksy populist, he pulls no punches in going after elites and has sought to cast himself as a champion of indigenous peoples. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
000_1F35GM.jpg
000_1F35GM.jpg1 viewsMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador gestures during his daily morning press conference at the National Palace in Mexico City on March 26, 2019. - The 500-year-old wounds of the Spanish conquest have been ripped open afresh with Mexico's president urging Spain and the Vatican to apologise for their "abuses" -- a request Madrid said it "firmly rejects". A folksy populist, he pulls no punches in going after elites and has sought to cast himself as a champion of indigenous peoples. (Photo by Pedro PARDO / AFP)
000_1F35GF.jpg
000_1F35GF.jpg1 viewsPedestrians walk by a graffiti reading "Is There Light?" during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35GB.jpg
000_1F35GB.jpg1 viewsEmployees wait at a closed gas station during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35GA.jpg
000_1F35GA.jpg1 viewsPeople are seen at a closed gas station during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35G9.jpg
000_1F35G9.jpg1 viewsFrench MPs stand up and applaud following the question by left-wing Parti Socialiste MP Joaquim Pueyo during a session of questions to the government at the National Assembly in Paris on March 26, 2019. (Photo by Eric FEFERBERG / AFP)
000_1F35G8.jpg
000_1F35G8.jpg1 viewsHandout picture released by Argentina's Foreign Ministry showing Argentine President Mauricio Macri (R) and Spain's King Felipe VI posing before holding a meeting with businessmen at San Martin Palace in Buenos Aires on March 26, 2019. - Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia arrived in Argentina on an official visit. (Photo by HO / Cancilleria Argentina / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ARGENTINA'S FOREIGN MINISTRY / HO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
000_1F35G4.jpg
000_1F35G4.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 26, 2019. (Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL / AFP)
000_1F35G2.jpg
000_1F35G2.jpg2 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 26, 2019. (Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL / AFP)
000_1F35G1.jpg
000_1F35G1.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 26, 2019. (Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL / AFP)
000_1F35G0.jpg
000_1F35G0.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 26, 2019. (Photo by MAXIM SHEMETOV / POOL / AFP)
000_1F35FZ.jpg
000_1F35FZ.jpg1 viewsPeople queue in their vehicles at a gas station during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35FY.jpg
000_1F35FY.jpg1 viewsFormer Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, (R-CA)speaks during a rally to coincide with the Supreme Court hearings on the redistricting cases in Maryland and North Carolina, in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on March 26, 2019. - The US Supreme Court is set Tuesday to once more hear arguments on gerrymandering, the dark art of redrawing political boundaries to extract partisan advantage: a practice that is almost as old as the country itself. The latest cases to come before the highest bench are from North Carolina, where Republican lawmakers are accused of devising electoral maps to favor themselves; and Maryland, where Democrats are accused of the same. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)
000_1F35FW.jpg
000_1F35FW.jpg0 viewsFrench Health and Solidarity Minister Agnes Buzyn (R) looks on next to French Education and Youth Affairs Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer (L) during a session of questions to the government at the National Assembly in Paris on March 26, 2019. (Photo by ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP)
000_1F35FV.jpg
000_1F35FV.jpg0 viewsPeople queue in their vehicles at a gas station during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35FS.jpg
000_1F35FS.jpg1 viewsFormer Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, (R-CA) walks after speaking at a rally to coincide with the Supreme Court hearings on the redistricting cases in Maryland and North Carolina, in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC on March 26, 2019. - The US Supreme Court is set Tuesday to once more hear arguments on gerrymandering, the dark art of redrawing political boundaries to extract partisan advantage: a practice that is almost as old as the country itself. The latest cases to come before the highest bench are from North Carolina, where Republican lawmakers are accused of devising electoral maps to favor themselves; and Maryland, where Democrats are accused of the same. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)
000_1F35FQ.jpg
000_1F35FQ.jpg1 viewsMotorcyclists fill their tanks at a gas station during a power outage in Caracas on March 26, 2019. - A new blackout swept across Venezuela on Monday, including much of Caracas, sowing alarm two weeks after a nationwide outage that paralyzed the country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
000_1F35F5.jpg
000_1F35F5.jpg2 viewsFrench MP Laure de La Raudiere (UDI, Agir and Independents) asks a question during a session of questions to the government at the National Assembly in Paris on March 26, 2019. (Photo by ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP)
000_1F35ET.jpg
000_1F35ET.jpg2 viewsHaryana's Finance Minister Captain Abhimanyu (C) speaks to the media during Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers meeting ahead of the upcoming Indian general election, in Amritsar on March 26, 2019. - India is not just the world's biggest democracy, its elections are also the most gruelling -- with nearly six weeks between the first round of voting on April 11 and the last. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
000_1F35C0.jpg
000_1F35C0.jpg2 viewsA man crosses a street in front of a giant campaing banner depicting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko set on the facade of an old building, in central Kiev on March 26, 2019, ahead of Ukraine's presidential elections on March 31. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
243087 files on 6078 page(s) 3192