Children watch a monkey perform in the Muara Baru slum area which sits in a flood plain near Jakarta's biggest dam on September 11, 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Residents of the area which the government is trying to restructure to prevent future flooding have been asked to move to government sponsored housing and some now face eviction by the government.
Alpine cattle herders escort cows down into the valley during the annual Viehscheid cattle drive on September 11, 2013 near Bad Hindelang, Germany. The herders lead the cattle in May or June up into the Bavarian Alps to spend the summer grazing on alpine meadows and lead them back down to farms in the valley in September. If all the animals survive the summer then the herders place a flower wreath around the lead cow for the descent.
Protesters wearing pig masks chant as they call on the Philippine government to abolish the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), more commonly known as the pork barrel fund on September 11, 2013 in Manila, Philippines. Protesters took to the streets of Manila today following the court's ruling on the so called 'Pork Barrel Fund', a discretionary fund in the Philippines available to members of Congress.
A visitor walks around an exhibition by Indian-British sculptor Anish Kapoor in an exhibition space containing the piece of work entitled 'Anish Kapoor in Istanbul' at the Sakip Sabanci Museum on Sept. 10, 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey. Anish Kapoors works are on display for the first time in Turkey, which runs at the Sakip Sabanci Museum from September 10 to January 5, 2014.
Night vision goggles are displayed at the Defence and Security Exhibition on September 10, 2013 in London, England. ExCeL London is hosting the exhibition with hundreds of manufacturers from all over the world displaying their hardware.
A visitor to the Defence and Security Exhibition looks at a gun on September 10, 2013 in London, England. ExCeL London is hosting the exhibition with hundreds of manufacturers from all over the world displaying their hardware.
A woman and child watch from the window of their home as protestors gather outside the UK Border Agency to demonstrate against the home office Go Home campaign on September 9, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland. The poster campaign began on the 29th of July and advises people not eligible to stay in the UK that they can be given assistance to go home. Charity groups have condemned the campaign as racist.
A view of the dilapidated interior of Hulme Hippodrome, which local community groups hope to save from disrepair on September 9, 2013 in Manchester, England. The Grade II listed building in Hulme which once hosted Laurel and Hardy and The Beatles is on Manchester Council's buildings at risk register. Built in 1901 the theatre is now owned by a church group and rents out the auditorium to The Youth Village, a social enterprise group who are eager reopen the theatre as an arts centre and hub for local community groups. Full renovation of the building is likely cost around GBP 20 million.