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Pictures of the Month November

Welcome to the second edition of Pictures of the Month series. In November our multimedia journalists have covered protests in Syria, London and Brazil. In addition, pictures from Pakistan, Hungary, Nepal, Denmark and Australia also made into this series.

Students demonstration against the cuts to education in London, 21 November 2012. Photo by Hussein Hussam/
Students demonstration against the cuts to education in London, 21 November 2012. Photo by Hussein Hussam/
Supporter of Sunni Salafist leader Ahmad al-Assir waves the Syrian opposition flag whilst en route to a protest in Sidon, Southern Lebanon. Assir has been a vocal supporter or the Syrian rebels’ cause in Lebanon and an outspoken critic of Hezbollah. Photo by Preethi Nallu/
A march in favor of the struggle of the Guarani Kaiowá, an indigenous people suffering human rights violations in Salvador, Brazil on 5 November 2012. Photo by Diêgo Lôbo/
An indigenous protestor documents a demonstration organized by his tribe in Brasilia, Brazil, 6 November 2012. Photo by Rajneesh Bhandari/
Floating bus in Budapest, Hungary, 14 November 2012. Photo by Larisa Rankovic/
Protest balloons as tree fruits in Ljubljana Congress Square when about 3000 members of unions, teachers, young people, artists and other citizens gathered to oppose reforms in Ljubljana, on 17 November 2012. Photo by Borut Tavčar/
A HIV-positive student teaching other students at Saphalta HIV Shiksya Sadan School, a special school for HIV-positive orphans in Kirtipur, Nepal, 27 November 2012. There are currently 10 students but the school and a day care center are facing financial crisis. Photo by Rajneesh Bhandari/
Superliner almost dwarfing Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, 23 November, 2012. Photo by Kevin Rennie/
A newly finished sports and recreation area in Copenhagen seen from a bridge. Photo by Benno Hansen/ 
A warm sunset near Rawat on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, 24 November 2012. Photo by Momal Mushtaq/

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About The Author(s)

Rajneesh Bhandari

Rajneesh Bhandari

Multimedia Journalist

Rajneesh Bhandari is a multimedia journalist based in Nepal with seven years of reporting experience in news and current affairs. In June 2012 he came up with Living with Autism, an iPad Book, an interactive multi-touch book. He was awarded KTV’s journalist of the year 2011 for his investigative stories on diplomatic passport scam. He is Transparency International's young anti-corruption journalist. He is also UNESCO and ILO's youth journalist.

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