World In Photos: October 23, 2009 03/18/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011 Huffington Post Here is the HuffPost's selection of photos of today's news and events from every corner of the globe. Check back Monday through Friday for this HuffPost World feature. World In Photos: October 23, 2009 World In Photos: October 23, 2009 Share 1 of 10 Maryland, USA An Air Force aircraft handler disconnects cable from Air Force One at in Andrews Air Force Base prior to President Barack Obama's departure. Share this slide: AP Maryland, USA An Air Force aircraft handler disconnects cable from Air Force One at in Andrews Air Force Base prior to President Barack Obama's departure. AP image Bilin, Palestinian Territories A Palestinian protestor uses a tennis racket to toss a used tear gas canister at Israeli soldiers, not pictured, during a protest against Israel's separation barrier outside the West Bank village of Bilin, near Ramallah. Israel says the barrier is necessary for security while Palestinians call it a land grab. AP image Budapest, Hungary Members of the controversial extreme-right "Magyar Garda" or Hungarian guard attend a right wing demonstration remembering the 1956 anti-communist revolution. Magyar Garda members wear uniforms bearing a variation on the red-and-white Arpad Stripes associated with Hungary's Nazi-aligned Arrow Cross party in power during WWII. AP image Helmand province, Afghanistan. A crew member with the U.S. Army's Task Force Talon shows a fresh bullet hole, front near left hand of crew member, through the blade of a Black Hawk medevac helicopter which had been shot at and hit twice minutes earlier on a mission, in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan. The Talon medevac in Helmand is one of five army aero-medical units positioned around southern Afghanistan by the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, known as Task Force Pegasus. AP image New Delhi Hindu women hold traditional earthen pots and participate in a procession for the Chhath Hindu festival. The Hindu festival of Chhath is dedicated to the worship of the Sun God. AP image Kazan, Tatarstan Russian President Dmitry Medvedev holds a giant tennis racket as he visits the Tennis Academy in Kazan, the capital of Russia's religiously and ethnically diverse republic of Tatarstan. AP image Montevideo, Uruguary Soldiers guard ballot boxes to be shipped to voting centers nationwide. Uruguay's general elections will be held on Oct. 25. AP image Catano, Puerto Rico Smoke billowing from a gasoline warehouse and distribution center, belonging to the Caribbean Petroleum Corp. and owned by Gulf, covers San Juan from Catano, Puerto Rico. An explosion at the Gulf gasoline facility rocked the neighborhood outside Puerto Rico's capital, causing at least some minor injuries and forcing evacuations as firefighters raced to prevent additional blasts. AP image Mumbia, India A rescue operation is seen in progress at the site where a pipeline collapsed on a passenger train near Mumbai. Indian Railways spokesman A.K. Singh said the falling water pipeline crushed one of the train's coaches in Thane district on Friday, killing two people and injuring 10 others. AP image Nanterre, France Jean Sarkozy, 23, son of French President Nicolas Sarkozy answers journalists questions after a meeting for the election of a new member of the EPAD agency overseeing development in La Defense district at the Hauts-de-Seine general council in Nanterre, west of Paris. Amid fierce accusations of favoritism, Jean Sarkozy renounced his candidacy Thursday for the leadership of the organization that runs France's most important business district. AP image Get HuffPost World On Facebook and Twitter!