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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

7 shocking pics that will make your brain cry

A Bangladeshi man holds on to a woman, both victims of a building collapse, in the debris of Rana Plaza garment factory in Savar near Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 25, 2013.

Sri Lankan Buddhist monk Bowatte Indaratane is engulfed in flames after he set himself on fire in the central town of Kandy on May 24, 2013.

Fatima Khatun 25 (C),  kisses the head of her eighteen month old daughter, Roona Begum, suffering from Hydrocephalus,  in which cerebrospinal fluid builds up in the brain,  at their hut in Jirania village on the outskirts of Agartala, the capital of northeastern state of Tripura on April 13, 2013.  Her father, Abdul Rahman, 18, who lives in a mud hut with his family, told AFP he prays for "a miracle" that will save his only child. Doctors told him to go to a specialist hospital in a big city such as Kolkata in eastern India to get medical help but Rahman, who earns 150 rupees ($2.75) a day working in the brick plant, said he does not have the money to take her.

This frame grab taken from AFPTV footage received on May 28, 2013 shows rescue workers breaking away bits of a pipe to remove a newborn baby boy stuck inside in the city of Jinhua, in the eastern province of Zhejiang.  The newborn baby boy was rescued from a sewage pipe in a Chinese apartment building after being flushed down a toilet, state media said, provoking online outrage on May 28.

A person jumps off the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge in Hubei province February 27, 2013. A young couple jumped into the Yangtze River from the bridge one after another in the haze on Wednesday. According to local media, police said the couple was still missing and has a low chance of surviving.

People walk past the hanging carcass of an elephant on a railway bridge in Khunia range in Jalpaiguri district in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal November 14, 2013. At least seven elephants were killed after a passenger train hit a herd of elephants while they were crossing a railway track near a bridge on Wednesday evening, local media reported.

Grief-stricken family members react over the bodies of their children who died after consuming a free mid day meal at a school at Gandaman in Saran District, India's Bihar state, on July 17, 2013.  Twenty-two children have died after eating a free lunch feared to contain poisonous chemicals at an Indian primary school, officials said, as the tragedy sparked angry street protests.

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