A red carpet welcome: Students of Tunku Abdul Rahman College waiting to welcome Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. The Prime Minister later announced that diplomas and higher diplomas from the college will be recognised by the Public Service Department, June 27,2012. GLENN GUAN/The Star
Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Planet Venus (larger black dot) transits across the Sun as seen from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia thru a solar filter, June 6, 2012, 10:10am. It won’t be seen for another 105 years. The next few transits will be in December 2117, December 2125, June 2247 and June 2255. GLENN GUAN/The Star
Calling for action to avert potentially devastating climate change. Malaysia’s landmark Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower submerging into darkness on Mar 31, 2012 when many other buildings were still brightly lighted up. GLENN GUAN/The Star
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Anti-goverment protesters perform their Friday prayers on the street leading into the New University area in Sana’a, Yemen, March 18, 2011. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Yemen)
Anti-goverment protesters chanting slogans with yellow playcards that reads “GO OUT” during a demonstration demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sana’a, Yemen, March 18, 2011. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Yemen)
A wounded anti-goverment protester being carried to a temporary hospital setup at a mosque near the square in Sana’a, Yemen, March 18, 2011. Snipers open fire at anti-goverment protesters after the friday prayers. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Yemen)
Helping the wounded: Anti-goverment protesters being treated at a temporary hospital setup at a mosque near the square in Sana’a, Yemen, March 18, 2011. Snipers open fire at anti-goverment protesters after the friday prayers. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Yemen)
Hungry for food and freedom: Libyan evacuees reaching out for food from Tunisians at the border in Ras Ajdir. Some of them have not eaten for three days. They are among about 10,000 waiting anxiously to get out of Libya. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Tunisia)
Humanitarian crisis: Egyptian workers waiting to enter Tunisia in Ras Ajdir after fleeing Libya. The United Nations estimates that about 100,000 foreigners have left Libya in the past week while about 20,000 are still waiting to flee Libya through the Tunisian border. GLENN GUAN/The Star (Tunisia)