Snapshots: The world in 24 hours Feb 16

Updated: 2011-02-17 20:15


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Snapshots: The world in 24 hours Feb 16

Egypt's Minister of Antiquities Zahi Hawass speaks beside a golden mask of King Tutankhamun on display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo Feb 16, 2011. Egypt's Antiquities Ministry has recovered some of the national treasures that went missing from the Egyptian Museum during an uprising which unseated Hosni Mubarak. The Ministry has found two of the eight missing artifacts outside the museum between a government building that got burned and the gift shop and will continue the search, Hawass told Reuters on Monday. [Photo/Agencies]

Snapshots: The world in 24 hours Feb 16

Ethnic Rohingya boat people from Myanmar eat their meals in Malahayati harbour after they were rescued in the Indonesia's Aceh province Feb 16, 2011. Indonesian authorities rescued about 129 of them after they were found floating on their boat after 22 days in the sea in Indonesia's Aceh province, a local radio reported on Wednesday. [Photo/Agencies]

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