Posted Jan 29, 2013By
The Carnival of the Basque village of Zubieta, Monday, Jan. 28, 2013. Every January, villagers from Zubieta parade to the neighbouring town of Ituren for Carnival, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil and involving the participation of residents wearing different masks, animal skins and brightly colored clothing with its own complex function and symbolism and becoming the living example of the survival of archaic cults to nature. (AP)
The first anniversary of the The Rana Plaza building collapse, on April 24, 2013, in Savar, Bangladesh.
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