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Weekly Photos: Nov 21-27

[2011-11-28 11:28]

Weekly Photos: Nov 21-27

Federer tames Tsonga to end year on high

[2011-11-28 10:21]

Roger Federer became the first player to win the ATP World Tour Finals six times but had to weather a storming fightback by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga before retaining his title with a 6-3 6-7 6-3 victory at the O2 on Sunday.

Greeks suffer the wounds of austerity cuts

[2011-11-28 07:22]

Anger on the streets as crime, unemployment and suicide rates continue to climb. Fu Jing reports from Athens.

Govt keen to provide budget residences

[2011-11-28 06:40]

After China has met its target of starting construction on 10 million affordable housing units this year, more emphasis should be laid on construction quality and fair distribution, Vice-Premier Li Keqiang said.

HIV/AIDS campaign across the nation

[2011-11-27 14:38]

A volunteer, dressed in clothes made of more than 2,000 condoms, campaigns for safe sex to prevent AIDS in Tianjin, North China, on Nov 26, 2011.

Biofashion Habitat show in Cali

[2011-11-27 14:27]

A model with body paint performs during the Biofashion Habitat show in Cali Nov 26, 2011.

Chinese dancers perform 'Acrobatic Swan Lake'

[2011-11-27 09:11]

Dancers from the Guangzhou Military Region Soldier Acrobatic Troupe perform the Chinese "Acrobatic Swan Lake" in Beijing, Nov 26, 2011.

NASA launches super-size rover to Mars

[2011-11-27 08:38]

A rover of "monster truck" proportions zoomed toward Mars on an 8.5-month, 354 million-mile journey.

Streets of Kashgar

[2011-11-27 07:49]

This oasis city near Tajikistan has welcomed travelers since the days of the Silk Road. Photographer Wang Jing explores with his camera and an artist's eye.

Green drivers

[2011-11-27 07:28]

Energy conservation and environmental protection is a long-term strategy, said Vice-Premier Li Keqiang.

Egypt's military names new PM

[2011-11-26 08:52]

Egypt's military ruler on Friday officially appointed Kamal al-Ganzouri, a former prime minister, as the head of a national salvation government.

3-D jigsaw puzzle assembles ancient army

[2011-11-26 07:50]

Terracotta Warriors now have their own servants - a team of around 30 scientists who restore, repair and beautify them with modern tools and technology.

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