French President Francois Hollande, back, reviews the troops during a bi-annual military ceremony at the Les Invalides in Paris, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012.
Azza el-Gharf of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, second left, speaks with other members of the assembly during the vote on a final draft of a new Egyptian constitution in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. The assembly, overwhelmingly made up of allies of President Mohammed Morsi, abruptly moved up the vote which hadn't been expected to take place for another two months in order to pass the draft before Egypt's Supreme Constitution Court rules on Sunday on whether to dissolve the panel.
A girl with the Palestinian flag painted on her face attends a rally supporting the Palestinian UN bid for observer state status, in the West bank city of Ramallah, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. The Palestinians are certain to win U.N. recognition as a state on Thursday but success could exact a high price: delaying an independent state of Palestine because of Israel's vehement opposition.
A protestor blows a horn while seated on a toy horse outside the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon Thursday, Nov. 29 2012, during a protest by fun-fair workers against the planned increase of VAT tax that they claim will ruin their business.
A woman pushes a trolley loaded with goods, helped by a man as they walk though a narrow street In Madrid, Thursday Nov. 29, 2012. Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos is to hold a joint news conference with OECD secretary general Angel Gurria, after OECD projected this week that Spain's unemployment rate would reach 27 percent and economy would contract 1.4 percent �compared to the 0.5 percent predicted by the Spanish government in 2013.
Congolese people look at FARDC Congolese government special forces gathering in a stadium near Minova. Congo some 40 kms south-west of Goma, Thursday Nov. 29, 2012, for a moral building gathering and an address by their commander General Bahouma .M23 Rebels, who last week seized one of the most important cities in eastern Congo and advanced beyond, said Thursday that they had pulled back several miles (kilometers ) to the town of Sake and were on track to leave the key city of Goma by Friday, in accordance with a deadline imposed by the international community. Government troops were massing in Minova.