Around the world in pictures is brought to you courtesy of CNN. Details include photos and event’s that made headlines around the globe within this fourth week of September.
Image shows a sniper firing at ISIS militants in Sirte, Libya. Picture was taken Wednesday, September 21.
This picture was taken September 17 near the entrance of Crossroads Center mall after Dahi Adam allegedly entered a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and carried out multiple knife attacks on innocent citizens.
The terrorist injured 10 persons before he was shot dead by a police officer on-duty.
Image below, shows police officers and protesters carrying a man who was shot during Charlotte’s second night of protest. The victim who was later identified as 26-year-old Justin Carr died shortly afterwards.
Protesters in North Carolina took to the streets after Keith Lamont Scoth was shot dead by police in an apartment complex parking lot.
A statement from Kerr Putney, a Police Chief in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, says Scott was holding a gun as he exited his car at the scene. He also refused to drop his firearm against orders before he was shot.
Scott’s family said the deceased was quietly sitting in his car and reading a book before a police officer allegedly shot him.
Ahmad Khan Rahami is the main suspect behind a New York City bomb explosion which injured 29 persons in Seaside Heights.
The terrorist was taken into custody September 19 after engaging police in a shootout.
Image shows FARC rebels dancing at a camp in Llanos del Yari, Columbia. The September 21 party was a cultural event held to celebrate a peace deal signed between the group’s leader and Columbian officials. The treaty ended a 52-year-old conflict.
Image taken September 20 shows Chengjiu, a baby panda being transported to a zoo in Hangzhou, China.
Image shows three white baby tigers in the protection of their mother Mandzi at a private zoo in Borysew, Poland. The picture was taken few hours after the tiger cubs were born on Thursday, September 22.
Image shows a waitress carrying beer glasses at the September 17 Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. It’s the world’s largest beer party.
Image shows a the scene in Syria’s Urum al-Kubra where an aid convoy was bombed on September 19.
CNN says no party has taken responsibility for the airstrike. The International Committee of the Red Cross confirmed 20 people were killed in the attack, including a director of the Red Crescent’s Urum al-Kubra.
Two officials from the United States intelligence agencies concluded it may have been an attack from Russian warplanes. However, Vladimir Putin’s block says it wasn’t his country, pointing fingers at terrorists.
Photo shows Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (L) shaking hands with former Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Hassan visited Havana, Cuba on Monday, September 19.
An increase in South Africa’s university tuition fees sparked peaceful protests which later turned violent. Police were seen trying to disperse the students.
Mexican soldiers look up toward to the country’s president during the Independence Day military parade. It was on Friday, September 16.
Image shows a large crowd of Kashmiri Muslims carrying the corpse of an 11-year-old boy named Nasir Shafi. Reports say he was found dead somewhere on the outskirts of Srinagar, India. The incident occurred Friday, September 16.
CNN quotes residents of Srinagar as saying that the boy’s body was riddled with pellet gun wounds–allegedly from the Indian police as they tried to disperse protesters.
Image shows a rhino receiving medical treatments from veterinarians on Monday, September 19. The animal has its horn removed by poachers in South Africa.
Image shows a group of refugees sleeping at a police station in Rosetta, Egypt. The survivors were rescued after their boat capsized off the Mediterranean coast on Wednesday, September 21. They were headed to Europe.
Image shows U.S. Republican presidential aspirant Donald J. Trump receiving prayers during the Midwest Vision and Values Pastors and Leadership Conference.
The September 21 event was held in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
The management of Madame Tussauds in London decided to separate wax figures of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, after the couple announced their divorce on Wednesday, September 21.
Brangelina cited “irreconcilable differences” as their reason for the split but reports have unearthed facts on Pitt’s uncontrollable anger, addiction to drugs and extramarital affairs.