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Memories Of September 2010 - A Day In History - PART 1

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PLAYER DOWN: Victoria Azarenka, 21, of Belarus collapsed during her second-round U.S. Open match in New York Wednesday. Ms. Azarenka was taken off the court in a wheelchair and was transported off the grounds by ambulance. The cause of the collapse was unclear.

TO THE RESCUE: Christopher Dennis wore a Superman costume Tuesday outside Los Angeles City Hall to protest the arrests of costumed characters along Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame by Los Angeles Police Department officers.

STANDING TOGETHER: Artists performed Tuesday in Gdansk, Poland, in the show “Your Angel is Called Freedom,” by U.S. director Robert Wilson, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Poland’s freedom fighting Solidarity trade union.

IN THEATER: Amateur actors re-enacted a World War II battle Wednesday at the Monument of Westerplatte Defenders, in Gdansk, Poland, marking the 71st anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Actress Natalie Portman and actor Vincent Cassel attended the premiere of their movie “Black Swan” at the 67th Venice Film Festival in Italy Wednesday.

BEIBER TIME: Audience members eagerly waited for Justin Beiber’s concert to start at Madison Square Garden in New York Tuesday.

A LIFT UP: A man carried an injured man at the scene of a bomb attack in Lahore, Pakistan, Wednesday. Triple bombings targeting a Shiite religious procession killed at least 25 people and left scores fighting for their lives.

INTENSE FIRE: Firefighters battled an intense blaze in Bremerton, Wash., Tuesday. Two homes and three cars were destroyed.

RIDING A WAVE: Portugal’s Tiago Pires rode a wave in a tube of water at the Billabong Pro Tahiti Tuesday, defeating Dean Morrison of Australia to advance to the fourth round.

HANDS-ON APPROACH: Players vied for the basketball during the World Basketball Championship preliminary round match between Tunisia and Croatia in Istanbul Wednesday.

A COMFORTING PAT: Former Lehman Brothers Chairman and CEO Richard Fuld got a pat from a member of his team at a Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission hearing in Washington Wednesday. Mr. Fuld told the panel that Lehman did everything it could to limit its risks and save itself.

DEATH MASK: People attended the funeral of Franklin Brito in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday. Mr. Brito, a farmer who held hunger strikes in a land dispute with his government, died Monday when his body stopped carrying out vital functions in a military hospital where he had been taken against his will nine months ago.

LEFT BEHIND: A woman showed a photo of her baby, whose father was among 72 Central and South Americans murdered in Mexico near the U.S. border, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tuesday. Authorities suspect the Zetas drug gang killed the immigrants after they refused to smuggle drugs.

IN MEMORIAM: Cyclists surrounded a poster of the late cyclist Laurent Fignon before the start of the fifth stage of the Tour of Spain race between Guadix and Lorca Wednesday. American Tyler Farrar won the stage.

3-D EXPERIENCE: A man took pictures from atop a “stone” in a “waterfall” at the IFA consumer-electronics fair in Berlin Wednesday. The waterfall painting provides a test area for 3-D cameras. The IFA runs from Sept. 3 through Sept. 8.

CROSS SECTION: A bridge collapsed in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Tuesday. Two people who were crossing the bridge in a taxi during the incident were rescued.

RESTING: A woman sat in front of a mobile shop in central Yangon, Myanmar, Wednesday.

FANS AND THEIR FLAG: Lithuania’s fans held up a large flag and cheered on their team at a FIBA Basketball World Championship game against France in Izmir, Turkey, Wednesday.

REACHING OUT: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, shook hands with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, right, as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looked on during peace talks at the State Department in Washington Thursday.

DIGGING IN: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev ate watermelon during a visit to a farm outside Saratov, Russia, Thursday.

FAN APPRECIATION: Beatrice Capra of the U.S. signed autographs for fans after upsetting Aravane Rezai of France at the U.S. Open in New York Thursday. Ms. Capra won 7-5, 2-6, 6-3.

TAKING A TUMBLE: Canada’s Ashley Barson crashed during the women’s U23 cross-country race event at the Mountain Bike and Trials World Championships in Beaupre, Quebec, Thursday.

PLAYER INJURED: Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal suffered a bloody nose after being hit in the face by a cricket ball during practice before a match against Somerset in Taunton, England, Thursday.

HONORED: Ruth Markham, science teacher at Chocachatti Elementary School, was surprised to learn Thursday in Brooksville, Fla., that she is a state finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

CAPTIVE AUDIENCE: Inmates listened to a speech at a prison in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China, Wednesday. The speech was considered to be educational, officials said.

HUMAN PYRAMID: Hindu worshipers fell over each other as they tried to form a human pyramid Thursday in Mumbai as part of their celebration of Janmashtami, marking the birth of Hindu God Lord Krishna.

FOAM FIRE: A boy rode a bike near the site of a foam fire at a garbage dump in Changchun, Jilin province, China, Wednesday.

LITTLE PROTESTER: A young protester stood near a burning car in Maputo, Mozambique, Thursday. The government said seven people have been killed and 288 injured in unrest over food and fuel prices.

THE GIRL IN THE GROUP: Men dressed like World War II Soviet soldiers — and a girl — participated in a military parade Thursday in Tiraspol, Moldova, marking the Independence Day of Moldova’s self-proclaimed separatist Dnestr region.

DANCING LADIES: Visitors looked at sculptures by French artist Edgar Degas displayed at the National Arts Gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria, Thursday.

ON THE MOVE: Mobile homes were removed Thursday from East Beach Road in Westport, Mass., after a warning was issued for Hurricane Earl.

IN NEED: Flood victims who were without aid for three days ran after a truck carrying food donated by a group in Punjab province, Pakistan, Thursday. The International Monetary Fund will give Pakistan $450 million in emergency flood aid.

HANGING A FISH: A man reinstalled a large fish on the front of a restaurant Friday in Kill Devil Hills, N.C., after Hurricane Earl slapped the coast with wind and heavy rain but stayed offshore.

HONORING FIGNON: The coffin of Laurent Fignon was carried during his funeral at the Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris Friday. The two-time Tour de France champion died last week of cancer.

FAINTING SPELL: Isabel Carcamo fainted at the funeral of her father, Miguel Carcamo, in El Guante, Honduras, Thursday. Mr. Carcamo was one of several immigrants murdered in Tamaulipas, Mexico.

NEW ARRIVAL: Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron kissed his newborn, Florence Rose Endellion, as his wife, Samantha, held her at their Downing Street residence in London Friday.

AT THE DERBY: A contestant sat in a soapbox racer during a weighing in for the German Soap Box Derby Racer Championship in Holzhausen, Germany, Friday.

CASTRO SPEAKS: Fidel Castro, 84, delivered a speech to students Friday outside the University of Havana, where 60 years ago he stirred his fellow students to political action in the beginnings of the revolution that eventually put him in power in 1959.

FAIR FUN: Visitors soaked up the atmosphere at the Chatsworth Country Fair in England Friday. The fair, on the grounds of the duke and duchess of Devonshire’s home, is one of the largest in England.

VOLCANO SMOKE: Mount Sinabung spewed ash and smoke into the sky near Tanah Karo, Indonesia, Friday. More than 30,000 people have evacuated.

CLOSER TO GOD: An aircraft prepared to land as Muslims gathered on the roof of a mosque to offer prayers in Mumbai Friday.

BOMBING AFTERMATH: People rushed to help victims of a suicide bombing that targeted Shiite Muslims in Quetta, Pakistan, Friday. More than 40 people were killed.

MILITARY BAND: Members of a military music band watched Mexican President Felipe Calderon (unseen) during his annual government’s report at Palacio Nacional in Mexico City Thursday.

WAITING FOR HELP: Workers from the Mariner Energy offshore oil platform, which caught fire Thursday in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana, awaited rescue after they jumped into the sea. The fire is out; no oil leaks have been spotted.

SMALL SCALE: Song Youzhou, chairman of Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment, looked at a scale model of his elevated high-speed bus in Beijing Friday.

PRERECORDED: Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, right, is seen on a screen with Army chief Julio Cesar Aviles in a prerecorded video in Managua, Nicaragua, Thursday.

ON HOME TURF: Former Miami wide receiver Michael Irvin was introduced before an NCAA college football game between Miami and Florida A&M in Miami Thursday.

A FLYIN’ LION: A statue was knocked over by wind at the 67th Venice Film Festival in Italy Friday.

THAT’S NOT SNOW: A woman lay on the shore of Lake Baskunchak, Russia’s largest salt lake, in Astrakhan Oblast, Russia, Monday.

THE WRESTLER: A wrestler rested after practicing in the mud at a training center in New Delhi Monday. Kushit, or mud wrestling, is a traditional sport in India.

TREAD-UPON: Afghan protesters stepped on a U.S. flag during a demonstration in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday. Hundreds of Afghans also called for President Barack Obama’s death to denounce an American church’s plans to burn a Quran on Sept. 11

CARIBBEAN PRIDE: Revelers took a break at the West Indian-American Day Parade in New York on Monday.

PERCHED HIGH: A woman watched union members march Tuesday in Paris against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s plan to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62 and make other reforms.

CARRYING ON: Commuters waited for a water taxi near the London Eye attraction Tuesday while London subway workers were on strike over staff cuts.

FLOODED OUT: Cars floated in floodwater in Wangaratta, Australia, Monday. Hundreds of homes and businesses have been affected.

STAGED SCENE: An actress posed as a casualty victim during one of the largest-ever exercises organized by the U.K. Fire and Rescue Services in Liverpool, England, Tuesday.

TRAGEDY: A relative cried during the funeral Monday of 13 victims of a landslide in the village of Parrasquin, Guatemala. At least 45 people have been killed in recent mudslides amid torrential rains.

SISTER CRIES: A sister of Feroz Ahmad cried as she clung to the bed carrying her brother’s body during his funeral north of Srinagar, India, Monday. The teenager was killed when government forces fired on protesters who were hurling stones at them in Kashmir.

‘STEALING’ HOME: Portland Beavers Manager Terry Kennedy removed home plate after the team’s final game at PGE Park in Portland, Ore., Monday. The Triple-A affiliate team of the San Diego Padres was left out when the city won a bid to attract Major League Soccer.

FAN LOVE: Virginia Tech fans cheered as their team walked in the tunnel to the field before a college football game against Boise State on in Landover, Md., Monday. Boise won 33-30.

STILL STANDING: The fifth-century B.C. temple of Athena Nike, overlooking Athens, was free of scaffolding Tuesday — 10 years after being completely dismantled for repairs.

OIL-SLICKED: A reveler covered in grease attended the annual Cascamorras Festival in Baza, Spain, Monday. The festival was inspired by a dispute between the villages of Baza and Guadix over the possession of an image of the Virgin of Piedad.

LEAVING DADU: Villagers evacuated flood-ravaged Dadu, Pakistan, on a naval boat Tuesday.

BACK TO SCHOOL: Children attended the first day of class at the Romay Chacon Primary School in Havana Monday.

A heavy-duty wrecker towing an empty refuse truck in for repair on Tuesday lost control and crashed over an embankment just before East Main Street in Yorktown Heights in Westchester County.

A ceremony to commemorate the Battle of Brooklyn at Green-Wood Cemetery on Sunday. (Alice Proujansky for The Wall Street Journal)

A judge Tuesday ordered ex-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s daughter, Caroline, to perform one day of community service for shoplifting cosmetics. The court will dismiss all charges if Giuliani remains out of trouble for six months. She’ll do her service with the Sanitation Department.

Francesca Schiavone of Italy and her shadow racket serve against countryman Maria Elena Cameri on Sept. 1 in the second round of play during the US Open in Flushing.

Archbishop Timothy Dolan poses for a portrait in an office at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie, New York.

Swing Dancers Heidi Rosenau and Joe McGlynn kick up their heels during Sunday’s Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor’s Island.

A charred SUV sits on 9th Avenue in Malba, Queens. It is one of three cars set afire in a rash of vandalism early last week.

Imam Adballah Adhami, a religious and legal adviser to the Park51 developers, appears at the site of the proposed Islamic center after Friday prayers.

A table for two photographed inside the Fireside Restaurant inside of the Omni Berkshire Place Hotel.

Michael Jackson fans, led by impersonator Joy Harper, 32, do dance moves from “Thriller” at the second annual Michael Jackson Day in Prospect Park. Spike Lee and his 40 Acres and A Mule Filmworks helped sponsor the event.

The Lobster Stuffed Mushrooms with lemon and white wine, photographed at Harry’s Cafe and Steak.

104th Precinct pitcher Joseph Vasquez delivers a pitch during the Police Athletic Leagues’s “Cops and Kids” softball tournament on Randalls Island on Friday, August 27.

This graffiti piece near the Port Authority Bus Terminal by Steve Powers, also known as Espo, has been untouched for at least 15 years.

LITTLE OWL: A firefighter carried an owl rescued Wednesday in Valencia, Spain, where a forest fire was burning.

STILL RUNNING: Afghan Parliamentary candidate Robina Jelali, 25, spoke on the phone at her Kabul, Afghanistan, office Tuesday. She is a former Olympic runner.

SAFE SPOT: Residents watched as Los Angeles police officers approached people rioting Tuesday over the fatal shooting of Guatemalan immigrant Manuel Jamines, 37, by police officers. Officials said Mr. Jamines had threatened people with a knife and then turned on police.

TABLE TRADITION: A Roma man went under a table with a boy in a local tradition at a religious service at the Bistrita Monastery in Costesti, Romania, Wednesday.

IN PAIN: U.S. military medic Roy Heggernes treated an injured Afgan boy, Abdul Qar, 13, on the outskirts of Arghandab Valley, Afghanistan, Wednesday. The boy and his father stepped on an improvised explosive device, which killed the father.

SMOKY: A policeman protected his eyes from smoke caused by a burning effigy of President Mahinda Rajapaksa during a protest Wednesday in Colombo, Sri Lanka, against constitutional amendments that would give the president more power.

KISSABLE: Actor Carlos Areces kissed actress Carolina Bang’s shoulder as they posed at the Venice Film Festival in Italy Tuesday.

BUZZ CUT: Grace Carey snuggled up to her mom, Rebekah Ham, who got her head shaved Tuesday in Hollywood to support St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which raises money for childhood cancer research. Grace suffered from childhood cancer.

FASHION’S NIGHT OUT: People took their seats at a Fashion’s Night Out event at Lincoln Center in New York Tuesday.

AT A STANDSTILL: Motorcycle riders waited to board a passenger ship at Gilimanuk Port in Jembrana, Indonesia, Wednesday. Muslims across Indonesia are moving from major cities back to their home towns, to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

WEIGHED DOWN: People affected by a public-transportation strike traveled on the back of a truck in San Salvador, El Salvador, Wednesday.

RE-ENACTMENT: Bus driver Alberto Lubang held a rifle as he demonstrated Wednesday in Manila how hostage-taker Rolando Mendoza seized a bus last month, resulting in the deaths of eight Hong Kong tourists.

VOLCANO VAPOR: Eva Lopez stood in her house amid vapor from a volcano and water from the overflowing Lake Amatitlan near Guatemala City Tuesday.

FIGHTING A FIRE: A man tried to extinguish a fire at Gekomba Market in Nairobi, Kenya, Wednesday. The cause of the fire was not immediately known.

WATER RESCUE: Men came to the aid of a woman caught in the flooded Ghaghar River after heavy rains in Punchkula, India, Wednesday.

TRUE TO FORM: A life-sized statue by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor stood in Cancun, Mexico, Tuesday. More than 300 such figures were to be submerged in the ocean and eventually form artificial reefs.

FLAMES RAGE: A man tried to extinguish a fire set Wednesday by protesters angry over the Los Angeles Police Department’s fatal shooting of Guatemalan immigrant Manuel Jamines. Police said Mr. Jamines threatened people with a knife. The officer has been involved in two other non-fatal shootings, according to a Los Angeles Times report.

DETROIT RAVAGED: A firefighter walked through the backyards of homes burned in a blaze sparked by downed power lines in Detroit Tuesday. At least 85 buildings were destroyed. The city’s fire department has had personnel cuts amid a budget crunch.

SUNNY DISPOSITION: A Canadian soldier went on patrol with a sunflower stuck to his helmet in Panjwaii district, Afghanistan, Thursday.

TRAVELING LIGHT: Muslims traveled in between and on top of a crowed train leaving Dhaka, Bangladesh, Thursday. Muslims are heading home to mark the end of Ramadan with Eid-ul-Fitr.

IN THE TRENCHES: A man walked Thursday along a large trench created by an earthquake in Kaiapoi, New Zealand. The city was hit by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake Saturday; hundreds of buildings were wrecked, and there have been nearly 300 aftershocks.

WATER RESCUE: Indian army soldiers rescued a man from flash floods in the Tawi River in Jammu, India, Thursday.

FOOD RELIEF: Flood victims waited their turn for food at a camp set up for refugees in Charsada, Pakistan, Thursday.

UNDER THE RAINBOW: A rainbow formed over the Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, Thursday. The temple is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

BOMB AFTERMATH: A suicide bomb killed at least 17 people, including the bomber, in Vladikavkaz, Russia, Thursday.

TRACK ACCIDENT: Authorities investigated a scene where a Metrolink commuter train struck and killed two people who may have been sleeping on the tracks and injured a third in Orange County, Calif., Thursday.



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