Editor’s choice – November 18

November 18, 2009

Virginia Labrador, 26, as a contestant in the Miss Sevilla pageant pose during a presentation in the Andalusian capital of Seville November 17, 2009. The winner of the pageant held on December 5 in Seville, will go on to compete in the Miss Spain beauty contest in 2010. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

Taxis line up to get their tanks filled on a viaduct in Chongqing municipality November 17, 2009. Central and eastern Chinese provinces faced the worst natural gas shortage in years as supplies were diverted to snowstorm-hit northern China, while producers lacked incentives to expand output because of poor margins, a state broadcaster said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Stringer

A Palestinian laborer prays at a construction site in Gilo, a Jewish settlement on land Israel captured in 1967 and annexed to its Jerusalem municipality, November 17, 2009. Israel declined comment on Tuesday on a report of new U.S. demands it curb settlement round Jerusalem, but it reaffirmed its determination to go on building on occupied West Bank land that it has annexed to the city. The controversial Israeli barrier and the West Bank town of Bethlehem are seen in the background. Reuters/Baz Ratner

Arju, 4, looks out from a his makeshift house built over a canal in the Rayerbazar area in Dhaka November 17, 2009. Arju lives in the house with his parents and five siblings. His father Anisul Huq earns 120 tk. ($1.70) a day pulling a  rickshaw in the city and pays 700 tk. ($10) a month to rent one room in the house. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

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Well i think Reuters blogs shows the negative attituted photos and i would like to suggest Reuters to show photos which gives a positive tought to the viewer.It is better to show positive stuffs to the people and add energy to there in life.

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