Egypt Violence, Last Call at 180th Oktoberfest

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Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "First Look," Bloomberg's Sara Eisen highlights the photos illustrating headlines from around the world. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Celebrations turned violent overnight and over the weekend, hundreds of people gathered in cairo on sunday to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the 1973 arab-israeli war but supporters of the deposed president morsi took to the streets in protest and clashed with security forces and at least 50 people were killed.

Still going on.

Not to keep an eye on the geopolitical situation in the middle east.

-- got to keep an eye on the geopolitical situation in the middle east.

We have some shots of beer.

180th oktoberfest.

How they closed it out, the traditional red area and rifleman ceremony -- bavarian rifleman ceremony.

I have never been.

I don't like here.

But people don't behave.

They had a bit of trouble in munich.

Guess how many liters of beer were consumed?

7.5 million.

Sounds like a patriots game.

I hate those little outfits they wear.

Nobody has explained why oktoberfest starts in september and ends in early october.

The germany chamber of commerce wants to speak to you.

One more shot, we will go down under to australia where light displays celebrated the international fleet review were over 20 warships around the world.

In the city to celebrate the australian royal navy.

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