The Best Pictures of the Week, September 16 – September 23

Muhammed Muheisen—AP
Muhammed Muheisen—AP
September 22, 2011. A displaced Pakistani child looks on while being held by her mother as they and others take refuge in a college in Tando Muhammad Khan near Hyderabad, Pakistan, after fleeing their flood-hit homes. Many people are still stranded by floods that first hit Pakistan in August following unusually heavy monsoon rains and have affected at least 5.4 million people.

This week in photos: from floods in Pakistan and an Indian earthquake to a Reno air show plane crash to nude Israelis in the Dead Sea.

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