Cairo airport workers protested for better pay Wednesday, textile workers went on strike to demand a corruption investigation and residents living along the Suez Canal pressed for closure of a chemical factory allegedly dumping toxic waste into a lake in the latest wave of unrest shaking Egypt.
Egypt geared up Tuesday for a breakneck rush to democracy as its military rulers vowed to hand authority to an elected civilian government in six months and ordered legal experts to draft a revised constitution in 10 days.
Brown water jets from the shower head, filling the bathtub below. Green and black mold clings to the ceiling. These are the images from a video posted on Facebook that show unsanitary conditions at an Army barracks at Fort Polk, Louisiana. Comments below the video claim that soldiers have had to deal with contaminated water several times a week.
Whether it's hugging sharks in Japan, scuba diving in South Korea, or ditching the sleigh for mean ride in York, Pa., — unusual Santa sightings have been picking up across the world. Here's a gallery of some of the odder ways photographers have captured Santa across the globe.
Stars and Stripes Tablet Edition subscribers get exclusive access to galleries of the most provocative photography around. From unparalleled war photography, to touching memorial coverage, or the most exciting sporting events, every gallery is hand-picked by Stars and Stripes staffers around the world. This gallery is a preview of some of the photography in the Tablet Edition.
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