Damir Sagolj/Reuters STREET SIGNS: Protesters spelled ’No Vote’ with Thai baht bank notes as they marched through Bangkok Friday. Authorities might close polling booths if violence erupts during Sunday’s disputed election.
A man crosses the street as Tunisians demonstrate the killing of Chokri Belaid in Tunis, Wednesday, Feb.6, 2013. The Tunisian opposition leader critical of the Islamist-led government and violence by radical Muslims was shot to death Wednesday — the first political assassination in post-revolutionary Tunisia. The killing is likely to heighten tensions in the North African nation whose path from dictatorship to democracy so far has been seen as a model for the Arab world. (AP Photo/Amine La
PARTIALLY OPEN: An Israeli border policeman looked at his colleague through a hole in a section of Israeli’s barrier wall in the West Bank village of Abu Dis Tuesday after protesters hammered through sections of the wall.
An artist paints a picture of the protest site in front of the the government headquarters building as pro-democracy protesters continue blocking the surrounding areas in Hong Kong, October REUTERS-Carlos Barria