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Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is walked into the Centre County Courthouse before being sentenced in his child sex abuse.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Patrick Smith / Getty Images

Samantha Pawlucy, left, a student at Charles Carroll High School, reacts as supporters sing the "Star Spangled Banner" to show support for the teen as she returned to class for the first time. Pawlucy was allegedly ridiculed by a teacher for wearing a Mitt Romney T-shirt to school.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alejandro A. Alvarez / Philadelphia Daily News

A protester at a rally against a cyber-crime law in front of the Supreme Court building. The Philippine Supreme Court suspended the controversial law, the government said, amid huge online protests over fears it would impose enormous curbs on Internet freedoms.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NOEL CELIS / AFP / Getty Images

Riot police spray tear gas on members of the Turkish workers' union as they protest government labor policy.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP / Getty Images

People stand in front of a giant video screen during the opening of the New Zealand pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Around 7,300 exhibitors from 100 countries will be represented, with this year's guest of honor being New Zealand.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BORIS ROESSLER / EPA

A woman with a leaf blower is reflected in the window of a bus stop in Hanover, Germany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JULIAN STRATENSCHULTE / AFP / Getty Images

A giant placard of a woman giving a kiss is set up by a road near in the Italian region of Tuscany.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: GABRIEL BOUYS / AFP / Getty Images

Protesters burn a Nazi flag during clashes in front of the Parliament building. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is on a visit to Athens for the first time since the beginning of the euro debt crisis.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU / EPA

Protestors run from tear gas during clashes in front of the parliament building. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Greece has covered "much of the ground" required for recovery during her landmark visit to the financially stricken country.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Dimitri Messinis / Associated Press

A child laborer carries aluminum plates at a factory. Bangladesh adopted the National Child Labor Elimination Policy 2010, providing a framework to eradicate all forms of child labor by 2015, but according to the International Labor Organization, there still are about 3.2 million child laborers in Bangladesh.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: A.M. Ahad / Associated Press

Louise Wyatt and Steve Parker from English Heritage stand inside a new art installation called 'Umbrella Sky' inside Clifford's Tower. The installation is made of from 45 colored umbrellas suspended within the historic walls and is a lighthearted look at the recent bad weather suffered by the city. It is the first time the medieval tower has had any kind of covering since an explosion blew off the roof in 1684.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Anna Gowthorpe / Associated Press

Civil defense officers carry the flag-draped coffin of late professor Pierre Chaulet, during his funeral at the Christian cemetery of Diar Esaada. Chaulet was a former national cause activist who worked with National Liberation Front during the Algerian Liberation War (1954-1962). He died at the age of 82 in Montpellier, southern France, after a long illness.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMED MESSARA / EPA

Kenyans protest the parliament's move to pay its members a total of $24.7 million in bonuses at the end of the House's term, The move angered many Kenyans and civil society groups, saying it would put an extra burden on Kenyan taxpayers as the finance ministry has already proposed a tax hike to meet the salary increase demands from teachers and doctors.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAI KUROKAWA / EPA

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Tuesday’s Pictures in the News begins in Pennsylvania, where Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, left, walks into the Centre County Courthouse before being sentenced to 30 to 60 years after being found guilty in June of 45 counts of child sexual abuse. Also in Pennsylvania, Samantha Pawlucy, a student at Charles Carroll High School in Philadelphia, reacts as supporters sing the “Star Spangled Banner” to show support for the teen as she returned to class for the first time since whe was allegedly singled out by a teacher for wearing a Mitt Romney T-shirt to school.

Protesters are back on the streets of Athens, where they burned a Nazi flag during clashes in front of the Parliament building. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is on a visit to Athens for the first time since the beginning of the Euro debt crisis. Merkel says Greece has covered “much of the ground” required for recovery, during her landmark visit to the financially stricken country. Also on the protest front, a woman puts tape on her mouth with the word “freedom”  on it during a rally against a cyber crime law in front of the Supreme Court building in Manila. The Philippine Supreme Court suspended the controversial law, the government said, amid huge online protests over fears it would impose enormous curbs on Internet freedoms.

Elsewhere, a giant placard of a woman giving a kiss is set up by a road in the Italian region of Tuscany; Kenyan demonstrators hold up placards as they stage a protest against the parliament’s move to pay them a total of $24.7 million in bonuses at the end of the House’s term in Nairobi; and riot police spray tear gas on members of the Turkish workers’ union as they protest the government’s labor policy in Ankara.

Add stops in England, Germany, Algeria and Bangladesh to round out the report.

1 Comment

  1. December 23, 2012, 5:46 am

    seems so innocent but not….

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