In Pics: What happened across the world on Sept 11

Bangalore, Sept 11: The US secretary of state John Kerry, who is in Baghdad, on Thursday endorsed US president Barack Obama's plan to tackle ISIS terror.

Kerry said: "We are uniting the world against a unified threat, and the president's strategy will succeed because doing it with allies and partners isn't just smart, it's strong."

Meanwhile, a series of attacks, mainly car bombings targeting security forces and markets, killed and wounded dozens of people on Wednesday in Iraq's capital, authorities said.

OneIndia news brings to you news from across the world in pictures.

Sushma Swaraj visits Afghanistan

Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj is welcomed by Afghan officials during a ceremony to raise the largest Afghan flag to fly in the country, on the Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop in Kabul, Afghanistan. Swaraj visited the country on Wednesday.

Double car bomb attacks rocks Baghdad

Firefighters look for survivors as people inspect the aftermath of a double car bomb attack at a busy market in Ghadeer district in southeastern Baghdad, Iraq.

John Kerry meets Iraqi President

Iraqi President Fouad Massoum and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry wait for a meeting in Baghdad, Iraq.

Repairing a wind turbine

Industrial climber Torsten Kuehne repairs a wind turbine about 60 meters high in Wulkow, eastern Germany. He is secured by two lines to repair damage on the 44 meter long rotor blades.

Bratwurst on a grill

Mabel and Larry Schubert help lay out a 100 foot-long bratwurst on a grill at the Silver Creek Saloon in Belleville, Illinois.

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