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Editor’s choice – Best photos

September 21, 2009

A woman sits between carriages as the train travels to Mymensing from Dhaka September 20, 2009. Millions of residents in Dhaka are traveling home from the capital city to celebrate the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday today, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.    REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

An anti-Castro Cuban exile shouts slogans against the “Peace Without Borders” concert in Cuba, during a protest at Miami’s little Havana, Florida September 20, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people jammed Havana’s Revolution Square for a concert by Colombian rocker Juanes and other international pop stars who hope music can do what politics has not–bring together Cubans here and in the United States. Many exiles had accused Juanes of helping to legitimize a government that they said denied its people basic human rights and stifled dissent by throwing opponents in jail.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Soldiers of 33 Armoured Engineer Squadron are greeted by their partners and families on their return to Swinton Barracks at Parham Down near Tidworth in south west England September 20, 2009. 104 soldiers form the regiment returned to Britain after taking part in operation Panther’s Claw in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Choi Na-yeon of South Korea is sprayed with beer from golfer Yani Tseng (unseen) after making a birdie putt on the 18th hole to win the LPGA Samsung World Championship at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California September 20, 2009.    REUTERS/Mike Blake

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love that first shot on the train! i’m imagining the wits of the photographer that shot it, risky Andrew! good stuff

 

Hi Paul, Andrew just posted a blog about how he got the shot http://blogs.reuters.com/photo/2009/09/2 2/on-the-roof-of-a-train-picking-up-spee d/

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