Villagers walk near an ASI protected area where the construction of Rakhigarhi museum, touted to be the world's largest museum on Harappan culture is underway, at Rakhigarhi, 58 kms away from Hisar district of Haryana.
Villagers look on from a hillock at an ASI protected area where the construction of Rakhigarhi museum, touted to be the world's largest museum on Harappan culture is underway, at Rakhigarhi, 58 kms away from Hisar district of Haryana.
Waoranis and leader Nemonte Nenquimo leave a courthouse after a judged ruled in their favor in a lawsuit filed against the Ministry of Non-Renewable Natural Resources for opening up oil concessions on their ancestral land, in Puyo, Ecuador. The Amazon tribe has won an early court victory in its fight to stop oil extraction in its ancestral territory. A judge in a provincial court determined that the Waorani people have a right to be consulted before any oil drilling takes place.
Excavation technician members of the Verein zur Bergung Gefallener in Osteuropa 'lit. Association for the recovery of fallen in Eastern Europe' (VBGO) search for dead soldiers from the Second World War in Klessing, Germany.
Excavators start with the demolition of a church in Immerath, Germany. The surface mining operator RWE Power announced to begin the demolition works of the former church in the morning. The building is a landmark in the region and is colloquially known as 'Immerath Cathedral' due to its impressive appearance. The village has to give way to the surface mining Garzweiler.
An excavator works on the findings of a horse skeleton in Theissen, Germany. A total of 15 graves were found, three of them with horses. The dead are from the Merovingian period, which lasted from the 5th century to 751 A.D.